We can already read some reviews from those lucky ones who have seen the third season of the Cobra Kai series.
The news that Netflix was anticipating the premiere of the third season of Cobra Kai was received with great enthusiasm by fans. But it also seems that not only will it live up to the previous ones, but it will even surpass them.
The story will continue the events of the second season where Miguel Diaz (Xolo Maridueña) is seriously injured after his fight in the hallways of the institute against Robby Keene (Tanner Buchanan). But besides John Kreese (Martin Kove) has seized the dojo of Cobra Kai to Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) and Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) seems to stop teaching karate to focus on their business of selling luxury cars.
Sometimes a change of perspective is important and Cobra Kai tries to offer as many as possible. This is smart and effective storytelling, something the show has always had a knack for, which is why it works so well.
Filled with heart bags and ’80s nostalgia, along with a suspenseful punch, the third season of Cobra Kai is everything I wanted and more.
Season 3 might be the best season yet! More actors of the saga repeating their roles and a great link with Karate Kid Part II (1986). With a lot of drama and comedy.
It exemplifies what it means to be nostalgic while providing a true story and character development. This is a show for everyone to take off their shoes and enter the dojo to enjoy.
Cobra Kai is three out of three. It’s smart, it’s fun, and it’s delightfully comforting.
I cannot praise this season and the show enough. The work done to turn a beloved movie franchise into an endearing and exciting TV show isn’t easy. But the Cobra Kai team has done it.
Cobra Kai season 3 is a blast from the past.
The third season of Cobra Kai will premiere on Netflix on January 1, 2021.