Ralph Macchio Shares Plans for ‘Cobra Kai’ Season 3 Coming to Netflix in 2021. Fans of the Karate Kid films have been loving the Cobra Kai series, now available on Netflix. Cobra Kai is getting a third season sometime in 2021 and series stars Ralph Macchio (Daniel) and William Zabka (Johnny) refrained from sharing any major spoilers, but they did give us a better idea of what to expect from Season 3.
“I have been to Okinawa for some shooting of Cobra Kai season three, which I cannot talk too much about,” Macchio shared on Conan. “But I can say it dives into the origin of Miyagi Do Karate. We learn a little bit, some secrets of past history that is new to the audience, and to LaRusso, my character, and we actually went to Okinawa to shoot.”
“Well, nothing is as it seems, I can tell you that,” William Zabka told ComicBook earlier this month. “Listen, for the character of Johnny, Ali, I’ve been saying this for the last two seasons, she’s a big missing piece of his life. She’s the love that got away and, in some form, would love to reconnect. But the show is full of surprises.”
“Well, I could tell you this much. I mean, the end of season two is a car wreck essentially. There’s a lot of pieces to put back together. There’s a lot of healing that has to happen. There’s a lot of growing that needs to happen. I’ve seen a lot of fan theories out there and heard a lot of fan theories. Nice tries. It’s awesome. I mean, season three is fireworks. And I think it’s season one and two combined on steroids. And it was a blast to shoot, and it’s going to be worth the wait. It’s hard. We were hoping it would be out before now, but the world is what it is right now, and we’re so happy to be at a great home like Netflix. And for our fans that have already seen the show to watch it and watch it again, and the new fans to come on board. There’s a lot of work to get season three ready. It’s getting translated for 30 countries and all that stuff.”
Seasons 1 and 2 of Cobra Kai are now available to stream on Netflix. Season 3 is set to premiere on Netflix in 2021.
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