On January 8, the new installment of the series will be released and the streaming platform has surprised fans of fiction with this advance.
Just a few weeks before the premiere of the third season of “Cobra Kai”, a series initially produced by YouTube but whose rights have been acquired by Netflix, we already have a new preview of what is to come: photos are never seen before.
This series is set 30 years after the events of the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament in “The Karate Kid” and shows the continuation of the inevitable conflict between Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka).
The third season will begin with everyone recovering from the violent confrontation between the dojos, which left Miguel in a delicate state. One of the issues that are resolved at the end of the second season is that Ali Mills (who was played by Elisabeth Shue as a young man) accepts Lawrence as a friend on Facebook.
While Daniel searches his past for answers and Johnny tries to redeem himself, John Kresse (Martin Kove) continues to manipulate his vulnerable students with his unique idea of dominance. The soul of All Valley is at stake, and the fate of every student and sensei hangs by a thread.
Produced by Sony Pictures Television, the series was initially produced for the YouTube Red service (now YouTube Premium) before moving to Netflix, where it quickly became the most-watched series on the streaming platform.
Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz, and Hayden Schlossberg are writing and executive producing “Cobra Kai.” Will Smith, James Lassiter, and Caleeb Pinkett are also executive producers, along with Susan Ekins in association with Sony Pictures Television. Ralph Macchio and William Zabka also serve in executive production.
The cast is made up of Ralph Macchio (Daniel LaRusso), William Zabka (Johnny Lawrence), Courtney Henggeler (Amanda LaRusso), Xolo Maridueña (Miguel Díaz), Tanner Buchanan (Robby Keene), Mary Mouser (Samantha LaRusso), Jacob Bertrand ( Falcon), Gianni Decenzo (Demetri), with Martin Kove (John Kreese) and Peyton List (Tory).