At this week’s Netflix is a Joke Festival panel, which brought together the actors and creators of Cobra Kai, Netflix opted to conclude the night on a high note: the first trailer for Season 5 of Cobra Kai was shown, along with a release date. The early September release date, compared to prior Netflix seasons, is a lot better than fans had hoped for.
More than three decades after their clash in the famous martial arts film The Karate Kid, the characters in the new series still have it out for each other.
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Cobra Kai Season 5 Plot
For Cobra Kai, Season 4 was a big major shift, and we should assume Season 5 to deal with the ramifications. First, Miyagi-Do and Eagle Fang were unable to defeat Cobra Kai, who won both the ladies’ division and the overall championship in the All Valley competition. Terry Silver has promised to open new dojos around the Valley in the wake of the victory, making the struggle against the Cobra Kais even more difficult next season.
And there’s a good chance it’ll end in a fight. Daniel LaRusso still intends to bring down Cobra Kai despite his agreement to stop teaching karate if Miyagi-Do or Eagle Fang fails to win the competition. He’s enlisted the aid of Chozen this time around. After all, he taught Daniel a highly effective Miyagi-Do technique during their last encounter, so we can assume the erstwhile antagonist will have more gimmicks in store for us this time around as well. In addition, it is expected that Silver and the Cobra Kais will face a significant obstacle in their cooperation.
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Cobra Kai Season 5 Cast
Ralph Macchio – Danny LaRusso:
American actor and producer Ralph George Macchio Jr. For his role as Daniel LaRusso in the three Karate Kid films and the Cobra Kai television series, he is widely recognized.
William Zabka – Johnny Lawrence:
Zabka is a multi-talented actor and martial artist from the United States. “The Karate Kid” and “Cobra Kai” are two of his best-known roles. Most, of the short film he co-wrote and produced in 2004, was nominated for an Academy Award 2004.
- Xolo Mariduena – Miguel Diaz
- Tanner Buchanan – Robby Keene
- Mary Mouser – Samantha LaRusso
- Peyton List – Tory Nichols
- Thomas Ian Griffith – Terry Silver
- Yuji Okumoto – Chozen
We’re not sure yet who the new characters will be or how they’ll fit into the Karate Kid universe, but that could change in the coming months.