'Cobra Kai' Season 3 release date out, fans cant wait to see 'Daniel and Johnny teamup against Kreese' into Season 4
Season 3 was initially expected to make its way to Netflix in September 2020, however, it looks like fans will have to wait just a bit longer
The official release date of 'Cobra Kai' Season 3 has been announced, and the show that has transitioned to Netflix for the new season will drop on the streaming service on January 8, 2021. The runaway hit YouTube Premium show, inspired by the 'Karate Kid', will not only see a new season drop soon, Netflix also announced that the show has been renewed for an all-new season. In the date announcement video, Netflix said, "As Kreese says, 'The story is just beginning.' Season 3 of Cobra Kai premieres January 8, 2021, only on Netflix. And gear up because Season 4 is officially training to join the fight. Cobra Kai Never Dies."
After watching the show's trailer for the upcoming season, fans were mainly happy that Miguel is not actually dead. Despite having suffered grave injuries, he returns and this hint seems enough for fans to wait for the return of the popular show. One fan commented under the video, "I guess Miguel isn't being put in a body bag." Another asked, "Who else smiled when they saw Miguel's eyes open?" To which the response ranged between, "I had Pennywise the clown smile when he opened his eyes lol," to "It felt like a weight was lifted of(f) my shoulder."
One fan said, "Can’t wait to see Daniel and Johnny team up against Kreese... if they put their old grudges aside for once." Considering how the show has transitioned to a different streaming site, fans are speculating that the ending of Season 3, which was originally planned to be the last, had to be changed and hence the release has shifted from 2020 to 2021. One fan even wrote, "It is for the best, otherwise Season 3 would have been the last one, the ending was changed to leave a huge cliffhanger for Season 4, I'm sure with the budget increase it will be a bomb, so yeah, I guess this change is giving us at least 2 more seasons, not bad."
Another fan further expanded and said, "They switched streaming services. From YouTube to Netflix. On YouTube, it would’ve been the last season, so they shopped it around and Netflix took it on. But there was more work to be done before they could release it, like translating into different languages for Netflix, etc. So that’s why the timeline has been messed up." All this discussion about the delay in release led to one fan pointing out the obvious: "Are you being sarcastic or did you somehow miss the pandemic happening around the world?"