Cobra Kai (The Karate Kid TV Sequel)

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The first episode of Season 2 is free.

Here it is...enjoy

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"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
I binged it yesterday and all I have to say is, this is better than season 1. The stories are amped up and even the action is more exciting this season. I hope there will be a season 3, thats all I'm saying..and episode 6 for me was a very emotional episode.
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Pretty sure we're getting 6 seasons and a movie.


That hallway fight scene might just have topped the battle of Winterfell and Avengers Endgame both for it's emotional heft and sheer badassery



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
Not only will there be a season 3 (Yes!) but this fall, YouTube will air seasons 1 & 2 for free with ads (Yes! Yes!)
https://www.digitalspy.com/tv/ustv/a...riginals-free/




That hallway fight scene might just have topped the battle of Winterfell and Avengers Endgame both for it's emotional heft and sheer badassery
Havent seen those movies but the halllway/staircase scene was ridiculous. What a my-t fine show



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
Who is even more excited that it's on Netflix now and there will be a Season 3 in 2021. The trailer for Netflix showed some Season 3 footage and I'm going out on a limb, but I think Chozen is returning when Daniel heads to Okinawa.



This is on Netflix now so we watched the first two seasons. Pretty good stuff. I was a little worried about them maybe making Daniel the bad guy and they flirted with that a little. It was really well written. Be interesting to see if Netflix was smart enough to bring the whole team along that's responsible for the show or if they are gonna take over. After watching the first 2 seasons back to back I feel like we're gonna be able to tell right away if Netflix uses their own people. might still be good tho. We'll see.
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Who is even more excited that it's on Netflix now and there will be a Season 3 in 2021. The trailer for Netflix showed some Season 3 footage and I'm going out on a limb, but I think Chozen is returning when Daniel heads to Okinawa.

Absolutely! He's a busy guy on IMDb so I wouldn't be surprised.
I watched the trilogy again recently, part II doesn't get the respect it should, it holds up a lot better than the other parts I think



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
Okay, I didn't get to ask this in January, but who saw Season 3 and what did you think? It's like each season gets better and better! I did like that we got Kreese's backstory. Little trivia, the bully who makes fun of and ultimately gets beaten by Kreese outside the soda shop is Jesse Kove, Martin Kove's son. Great return of some original characters as well and love the twists. While Hiro Koda still served as action director, Simon Rhee of Best of the Best trained the cast before production started.


The Season 3 finale was so awesome...now word is that Season 4 will now come this Fall/Winter 2021, according to Netflix head Ted Sarondos.



They did a great job with season 3, but I was thoroughly sick of it by the end.
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