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Cobra Kai Season 5 Netflix Release Date Status, Plot, Caste, And News!

Members of the Cobra Kai, Eagle Fang, and Miyagi-Do, Listen up, do (or your made-up karate dojo of choice). In a word, the news is good. The fifth season of Cobra Kai will premiere on Netflix earlier than planned, and the streaming service has released a funny new trailer for the next episodes. Many details of the preview are already available to us. We could go on and on about how often Robbie and Miguel kick the crap out of each other, how often Daniel LaRusso biffs everything (again!), and how soon Kreese will be back. But no. You may witness Johnny Lawrence in his role as an Uber driver by watching the video. Please be kind enough to us.

Feeling ready to reenter the Miyagi universe? No? So what, we’re doing it anyway. After watching the trailer, continue on for all we know about Season 5 of Cobra Kai.

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When Will Season Five of Cobra Kai Release Date

If you’re a true fan of Cobra Kai, you know that the show’s producers stick to a strict production schedule, with barely more than a year passing between seasons since the show’s inception. Nothing new will happen in Season 5. The trailer revealed that, contrary to previous years, Cobra Kai would not be released until September 9, 2022.

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Is the full Cobra Kai cast coming back?

Evidently so, at least according to our inspection. It’s hard to picture Cobra Kai without regular characters like Daniel, Johnny, Miguel, Samantha, and Robby, who all play important roles in the ongoing tale. Fortunately, Netflix shares our opinion, so we can look forward to seeing our favorite characters again come September.

Where Could Cobra Kai Season Five Take Its Heroes? (And Villains, Too.)

From the looks of the Season 5 trailer (which you can watch above), we’ll be treated to another road trip in the vein of The Karate Kid II, only this time it’ll be Johnny and Robby taking the wheel instead of Daniel and Mr. Miyagi. They plan to travel to Mexico in an effort to locate Miguel while he is there looking for his own father. To what extent does Miguel’s father’s martial arts knowledge extend? Probably!) When it comes to the second season of Cobra Kai, the creators are doing everything they can to ensure us that the wait will be worthwhile. At the PGA Awards, Jon Hurwitz told Deadline, “There’s a lot of crazy; if you’re a fan of the franchise, maybe some familiar faces turn up, maybe not; there’s going to be a lot of karate.”

Okay, so let’s discuss these well-known figures. The villain of The Karate Kid Part III, Mike Barnes, could very well be Miguel’s biological father, but who wants to take that bet? At least Barnes’s comeback is guaranteed at this point. Remember, in the much-maligned Karate Kid III, Terry Silver hired Barnes to kick Daniel LaRusso’s tushie and f*ck up Mr. Miyagi’s bonsai trees, but our guy prevailed in the end, as he always does. You may rest assured that Silver will get in touch with his old pal to wreak havoc in the Valley and possibly deal a blow or two to LaRusso, just like the good old days.

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What will season 5 of Cobra Kai be about?

The antagonists from both The Karate Kid Part II and The Karate Kid Part III, Terry Silver, and Chozen Toguchi, will square off in a fight that seems plucked straight from our nightmares. Later, Johnny and Robby hit the road to Mexico in an effort to locate Miguel while he looks for his own father. As Terry plots to create a Cobra Kai dojo on virtually every corner in California, some odd alliances are forged, with Daniel and Chozen teaming up to put a halt to his plans.

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Will season 5 of Cobra Kai be the last one?

This doesn’t appear to be the case! Recently, Cobra Kai co-creator Jon Hurwitz responded to a fan’s query on Twitter (a question we all had been dying to ask, if we’re being honest), and his response pleasantly surprised us.

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Are you near the conclusion of Cobra Kai? A devoted follower of our Twitter account posed the question. “Or, can we anticipate many more years following this season?”

When asked about the future of the Miyagi Universe, Hurwitz said, “All I can say is that we expect more Cobra Kai to come and that the Miyagiverse is far from finished.”

Whoa. This is fascinating information, and its ambiguity allows for much of speculation. If so, then how many more seasons does it have? Will there be a final season, or will there be additional episodes or spinoffs? Even if we don’t know the answers, we’re content to go along for the adventure.

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