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“Cobra Kai” Renewed For Season 4 By Netflix: Sets Premiere Date On Streamer For Season 3!

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By following the previous sequels of the Cobra Kai series, the streamers are going to launch the fourth season. The season 3 is set to premiere on 8th January 2021.

Cobra Kai is the most enjoyable series fans have watched in years. Fans love to see the uses of flashbacks as often as they do.

The ability to bring back so many original characters puts a massive smile on my face. Fans do love that Johnny is not a full-on jerk of old. And he has come to realize that redemption, honor, and second chances are there for the taking and giving.

Cobra Kai Season 3: Trailer

The viewers have also enjoyed how things have flipped with Daniel somehow, becoming a little bit of an ass at times while Johnny has suffered from being one for so long.

The other storylines are very much enjoyable. And there are several similarities to the original film that you found yourself comparing situations throughout both seasons.

However, fans can’t wait to get the DVD collection and the premiere date of season 3. Watch the trailer for the Cobra Kai Season 3 as under:

It is one of those entertaining TV series you’ve watched in a long time. As someone who despised high school drama in any medium. It is one of the most thought-provoking, funny, and capable of showing real emotional complexities of teenage life.

These are surpassing both the current era takes place, and the past period it harkens backs too.

It challenges the way the PC culture has completely changed modern male and female interactions and relationships negatively.

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It proves that things such as stand up for yourself, striving for success and self-improvement, aggressiveness in pursuing romantic relationships instead of waiting for it to happen are eternal regardless of how much people dismiss it.

The characters all have relatable struggles and fears, and desires. Some want love; some want to be someone than what they are seen as.

Miguel is the most relatable character because of the fears and willingness to self-confidence and love in someone else. It desires self-improvement and self-esteem issues when living with a poor but hardworking mother and grandmother.

Tory, as a woman who, despite seeming like a Pyscho chick. It is relatable in family upbringing, and have had to struggle for less than some have ever need to waste time on.

The feud between Miyagi Dojo and Cobra Kai, resulting in the explosive brawl at the end of season 2, was downright incredible, funny, brutal, sad, and left you wanting more.

By Maria Jones

Maria Jones is an entertainment writer at Fiasco Magazine. A freelance journalist specializing in the areas of celebrity news, lifestyle, reality television, and entertainment. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Communication with a concentration in Journalism from Adelphi University in Long Island, NY.

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