Netflix has renewed Cobra Kai for season 5 ahead of its fourth season premiere in Dec. Production on the new season is set to begin in Atlanta this fall. The news comes as no surprise after the popular series earned four Emmy nominations in July including Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy, Outstanding Stunt Performance, and Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy. Cobra Kai is a spin-off series connected to The Karate Kid franchise following the competitive world of martial arts in Southern California starring Ralph Macchio as the titular character Daniel LaRusso and William Zabka as his nemesis...
Ever since Cobra Kai premiered in 2018, I have heard some version of the following: “I can’t believe how much I loved your show, because whenever Hollywood attempts to bring back a classic movie franchise, it almost never works out.” Well, my co-creators Jon Hurwitz, Josh Heald and I completely understand where that sentiment comes from. Having grown up in the 1980s, we are the target audience for many of the repackaged/revamped/rebooted movie franchises we grew up with. We know what it’s like to get lured in by nostalgia, only to feel let down by a cash-grab that takes advantage...
The fourth season of “Cobra Kai” will premiere in December on Netflix. “Fasten your gi, tighten your belt. Karate is coming to the world’s biggest stage,” the voiceover in a teaser for Season 4 of the Emmy-nominated comedy series says. While the teaser is referring to the All Valley Karate Tournament, technically the show itself has already brought karate to one of the largest global stages in Netflix. (“Cobra Kai,” which is a continuation of the beloved 1980s “Karate Kid” franchise, originally premiered in 2018 as a part of YouTube Premium’s lineup. When that service got out of the originals game, Netflix acquired...
‘Cobra Kai’ Cast And Creators On How Season 3 Sets Up The All Valley Tournament, And More – Contenders TV: The Nominees
Netflix’s Cobra Kai is ready to break out of the dojo and take center stage at the All Valley Tournament — just as its characters have done before — except this time, former mortal enemies Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) will kiai for the same team. “In Season 2, Johnny and Daniel are in a really rough place,” creator Jon Hurwitz said during the Sony Pictures TV series’ panel at Deadline’s Contenders Television: The Nominees awards-season event. “They’ve been training a number of students each, and they thought they were doing the right thing, but it led...
Netflix’s Cobra Kai is easily one of the most joyous adventures to watch on-screen no matter your generation. The Karate Kid spin-off series focuses on Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) and Daniel LaRusso’s (Ralph Macchio) return to the martial arts as mentors about 30 years after their classic match in the first film. The breakout series originally debuted as a YouTube Red original took off, not only with the well-established 80s fanbase, but attracted a new audience with its fresh-faced and kick-ass rising stars. The show’s incredibly positive reception since it was acquired by Netflix even garnered a couple of recent Emmy nominations.
The pilot episode of "Karate Kid" sequel series "Cobra Kai" features neither longtime series lead Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) nor "The Next Karate Kid" protagonist Julie Pierce (Hilary Swank) as its star, but rather the villain of the original "Karate Kid," Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) in its central role. And as the series goes on, we find that Johnny is far from perfect, struggling with anger, adulthood, and plenty more. That said, Johnny possesses a prototypical heart of gold, showing care and compassion for the students of his Cobra Kai karate dojo when it matters. For example, in Season 3, he acts as the lynchpin in the recovery of his surrogate son Miguel Diaz (Xolo Maridueña) from an injury that has the potential to leave him without the ability to move his legs.
Take a Karate Kid vacation! The six-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion that served as the LaRusso home in Netflix’s Cobra Kai series is becoming an Airbnb. The house, located in Marietta, Georgia, recently sold for $2.4 million after hitting the market in April, TMZ reported. According to the outlet, the new owners plan to list it on the popular home-sharing app, meaning Cobra Kai superfans will soon be able to live their LaRusso fantasy with a stay at the house.
When you bring a multi-decade story about the British monarchy to Netflix, perhaps you have visions of Emmys dancing in your head, but it’s doubtful that creators Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg had the same expectations when they brought their sequel to The Karate Kid to fledgling streamer YouTube Red. Cobra Kai did earn strong reviews and helped put YouTube Red on the map, but it wasn’t enough to keep the platform in the streaming scripted game, so the Ralph Macchio and William Zabka reunion moved to Netflix. Suddenly, Cobra Kai went from cult favorite to mainstream smash —...
The highly anticipated fourth season of “Cobra Kai” will be debuting in December of this year. As fans eagerly await the release of the new episodes on Netflix, the show’s co-creators and executive producers, Hayden Schlossberg, Josh Heald, and Jon Hurwitz have shared a few details about “Cobra Kai” season 4. For instance, Schlossberg recently took to Twitter to give fans a suggestion on the best way to watch the upcoming season.
It’s the fight for the soul of the valley! Netflix has released a new teaser for Cobra Kai Season 4, which will see the return of the All Valley Karate Tournament. However, there is a lot more at stake this time than there were in Season 1. The tournament has...
The Karate Kid trilogy is leaving Netflix again. The streaming service recently released what's leaving in September and The Karate Kid, The Karate Kid Part II and The Karate Kid Part III will take a bow on Sept. 30. However, The Next Karate Kid will remain on Netflix, and this move happens as the sequel series, Cobra Kai, is getting ready to release Season 4 in December.
"Cobra Kai" fans are ready to crane kick their way into the series' fourth season, and with new teasers and promos being released on a more regular basis, their fervor's reaching an all-time high. Since the show was picked up by Netflix after beginning its life as a Youtube Premium...
‘Ted Lasso,’ ‘Cobra Kai’ and Billie Eilish Doc Sound Editors on How They Shared Stories Through Audio
Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry (Apple TV+) For music director Aron Forbes, work on Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry began with going through archived recordings from live concerts. “We were digging as deep as we could to try and find multitrack recordings of everything. I think it was 25, 26 performances, something like that,” he says. “We’re talking about the early days, really small venues — some of the stuff was just a recording from one of the cameras — all the way to today, where it’s arenas and huge shows.” It was an interesting project for Forbes,...
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Starz has renewed Run The World for season 2. The comedy series follows a group of Black women in their thirties thriving in Harlem. The series follows their collective friendships, their current and past romantic relationships and their professional lives. The series stars Amber Stevens West, Andrea Bordeaux, Bresha Webb and Corbin Reid.
Most reboots of old shows and movies are not good. I will not list them all, because there’s so many, but here’s one: Mad About You, NBC’s Emmy-winning 1990s hit sitcom, was resurrected by Spectrum Originals for one forgotten season. The only positive thing to come from it is that Richard Kind got paid. But every so often, a good reboot will slip through cracks — even rarer is the great reboot. Cobra Kai is a great reboot.
Guess some can say you really made it in the annals of pop culture history when your story becomes adapted into a musical. As if the television sequel Cobra Kai wasn't already enough, The Karate Kid will be adapted for the stage courtesy of original screenwriter Robert Mark Kamen and Smash's Drew Gasparini providing music and lyrics. Plans are for a limited engagement from May 25, 2022-June 26 in a Stages St. Louis production at The Kirkwood Performing Arts Center just outside of St. Louis, MO (via Deadline Hollywood).