Cobra Kai Season 3 Released Early! Official Release Date

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Great surprise for Cobra Kai fans: Netflix brings season 3 earlier.

Shortly before the end of the year, Netflix surprised all Cobra Kai fans with a nice announcement. The third season of the series will be released a week earlier than previously announced.

For fans of Cobra Kai, the coming year could hardly start better. At the beginning of January 2021, Netflix will release the third season of the series. About two weeks ago there was already a trailer that touches on some open questions.

In the middle of the Christmas season, the streaming service has now provided another surprise. Actually, the new episodes should be released on January 8th. Now the 3rd season of Cobra Kai will be released right at the start of the new year.

Netflix releases the third season of Cobra Kai a week earlier.

As reported by Collider, among others, Netflix has announced the new start of the new Cobra Kai episodes with a fun teaser. In it, Johnny Lawrence ( William Zabka ) personally changes the date for the third season to January 1, 2021. You can watch the video here:

Here you can also read the official synopsis for season 3 of the Netflix series again:

Set over 30 years after the events of 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament, Cobra Kai continues the inevitable conflict between Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka). In season 3, everyone stumbled after the fierce brawl between their dojos that left Miguel in critical condition.
While Daniel seeks answers and Johnny seeks redemption in his past, Kreese continues to manipulate his vulnerable students with his own vision of domination. The soul of the valley is at stake, and the fate of every student and sensei depends on balance.

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All episodes of Season 3 Cobra Kai will be available to Netflix subscribers to stream from January 1, 2021, just in time for the New Year.

Podcast for fans: Why is Cobra Kai so good?

Who (still) needs a Karate Kid sequel? Some people may have asked themselves that before the series started. But afterward, the jubilation was great.

Andrea and Hendrik discuss the strengths and weaknesses of Cobra Kai in a podcast. They talk about whether you have to see the films beforehand, whether there is more behind villain John Kreese and how things could go on.

Are you going to jump into the Cobra Kai-Binge right on New Years’?

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