Netflix has announced that the third season of Cobra Kai, the once YouTube exclusive TV continuation of the Karate Kid films, will be debuting sometime in 2021. Still not locking down a firm date, the streaming giant unveiled a new trailer that gives us a quick recap of what’s happened and a look at what’s to come.
If you’re looking to get started with the series ahead of season three, the previous two seasons will be landing on Netflix on August 28, 2020. That should give you ample time to learn of the struggles of Daniel-san and how he hopes to thwart Cobra Kai once and for all.
I’ve never been a big fan of the Karate Kid films (I was a child of the 90s instead of the 80s), but I do like the trailers that I’ve seen for this series. YouTube Red -and now “Premium”- never made sense to me, but I’m more willing to give the show a chance on Netflix.
We’re not sure if the show will continue past that third season, but at least the hard work of everyone involved hasn’t been relegated to YouTube hell. If everything goes smoothly, maybe there can even be a Karate Kid 5? Eh?!
I’ll see myself out.
Source: Netflix PR