The third season of Cobra Kai has proven extremely popular with Netflix viewers as it has seen some impressive viewership already. Published on January 1st, Cobra Kai Season 3 has been watched by more than 41 million households, each of which undoubtedly participated in the ongoing adventures of The karate kid.
“In the first four weeks, more than 41 million households are expected to grow for season three of Cobra Kai. Between all three seasons, 73 million households checked out the show!”
Similar to previous seasons, the latest Cobra Kai The adventure was very well received by both critics and audiences. The third season of continues to bring nostalgia and new material into harmony with drama, humor and fight scenes Cobra Kai claims to be far better than anyone ever expected.
Set 34 years after the first Karate kid, Cobra Kai re-examines the narrative from Daniel’s point of view, Johnny Lawrence’s point of view. Johnny is now a struggling alcoholic and decides to reopen the Cobra Kai Karate Dojo, which leads to the revival of his old rivalry with Daniel LaRusso.
Season 3 of this Netflix original picks up on characters struggling to cope with the aftermath of the high school brawl that wrapped up the show’s exciting season two finale. With Miguel (Xolo Maridueña) in a coma, both Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) must reassess the extent of their own involvement in the events that got him there and try to find a better way forward for their students.
The drama goes far and wide in Season 3, and Robby (Tanner Buchanan) is now incarcerated for an injury to Miguel. Meanwhile, Hawk (Jacob Bertrand) is tormented again by high school bully Kyler (Joe Seo), and John Kreese (Martin Kove) tightens his stranglehold on Cobra Kai and again teaches his students a very questionable moral code.
A fourth season of Cobra Kai has already been lit green, and with such stellar audience numbers, creators Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz, and Hayden Schlossberg should have no problem making it to their imaginary endgame, which Heald says goes well beyond Season 4. “We have a final on our minds,” he said recently. “We’ve had one for a while, and it’s not in season 4. It goes way beyond that. In our eyes we have a story worth seasons that needs to be told before we get to this final. This is going to be a discussion with our new partners at Netflix. Can we write to this endgame? Can we know it’s coming? That is not always the case with television and we respect that. For now, we continue to write at the same speed and the same path that we took from the start. “
With ideas for expanding the franchise to include spin-offs in the sense of Breaking Bad’sBetter call Saul, the trio behind it Cobra Kai I will no doubt do everything I can to get the audience to achieve more and keep these numbers high. All 3 seasons from Cobra Kai are now available to stream on Netflix. That comes to us from the official Netflix Twitter.
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