'Cobra Kai' Season 6: Netflix Release Date, Cast, Spoilers, News – Good Housekeeping

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It’s not the last we’ve seen of The Karate Kid character …
*Spoilers ahead for the Cobra Kai season 5 finale.*
It’s far from over for the Miyagi-verse and the showrunners aren’t keeping quiet.

Cobra Kai season 5‘s action-filled showdown, Daniel (Ralph Macchio) crane-kicked Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith) into oblivion, effectively ending his evil reign on the Valley. Rivalries settled in the aftermath, with the kids left to make their own ties. But, as John Kreese (Martin Kove) finds his way out of prison with a list of scores to settle, it’s only a matter of time before another villain threatens the peace.
While we await what’s next in the show’s saga, here’s everything we know about Cobra Kai season 6’s release date, cast, episodes, spoilers and more:
There has been no official confirmation of Cobra Kai season 6, but all signs are pointing to its return. On top of admitting there’s more story to tell, creator Jon Hurwitz told Variety that the production is still tinkering around with the specifics, especially as he, alongside co-creators Josh Heald and Hayden Schlossberg, juggle other Netflix projects.
"After a long day shooting [another Netflix project] Obliterated, the talk turns to Cobra Kai very frequently," Jon told the outlet. "There’s plenty in store, lots of thoughts going forward. There’s a lot we want to do with these characters, and we’re giddy about that next step. "
Patience, san. Though it seems Cobra Kai season 6 is definitely on the radar, there may be quite a wait before we get an official release date. Jon replied to a fan on Twitter who asked when they’d start filming and writing. The Cobra Kai creator tweeted, "Season 6 has not yet been written. Will get on that after filming Obliterated, but lots of kickass ideas already percolating! #CobraKai."
There’s no Daniel LaRusso without best frenemy Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka). Plan to welcome these other star characters back to the dojo, too:
After last season’s cliffhanger, expect more The Karate Kid returnees like Kreese who broke out of prison a la fake death. It may not be the end of the line for Silver either, considering his "no-lose" attitude. Before his takedown, Silver also secured Cobra Kai’s admission into the world karate tournament Sekai Taikai — the one that sensei Kim Da-eun (Alicia Hannah-Kim) promised her father to win. We’d be surprised if she didn’t return to make good on her word.
Speaking of said tournament, season 5 teased that this international karate competition could unite the best martial artists from around the world, which could pit the Cobra Kai and Miyagi-Do students against some fresh, new opponents.
"All these kids are gaining in skill in terms of karate power, so you have to create a new obstacle for them to deal with," Hayden said to Variety. "It felt like in the real world, that’s what would happen. If you’re the best around in karate, what are you going to do? Maybe there’s something beyond just your local area."
What’s more, season 5 queued up a relentless Kim who strives to gain international attention for her family’s martial arts style. And with her biggest ally, Silver, knocked down a peg, coupled with Kreese’s prison breakout, that could mean another epic villain team up ahead.
Turns out, fans have a right to be wary. "We liked the idea that for a lot of the characters it feels like, ‘We did it. It’s over. Cobra Kai is done,’" Hayden told the publication. "Meanwhile, there’s the ultimate Cobra Kai snake out there that is really pissed off at everybody right now."
He added: "We’ll see if life goes on easy in season 6, or if Kreese has something to say. Something tells me that it’s going to be the latter."
Cobra Kai seasons 1 through 5 are exclusively available to stream right now on Netflix. If and when the drama is renewed for a new installment, fans will only be able to watch Cobra Kai season 6 on Netflix.
If you don’t have a subscription yet, you can sign up for a plan starting at $9.99 per month. Apart from keeping up with Cobra Kai, the stream has a library full of other TV shows and movies that you can enjoy at anytime via the Netflix site or Netflix app. You can also watch along on your smart TV, game console, set-top box, Blu-ray player, smartphone, tablet, PC and laptop.
Already cycled through the first five seasons of Cobra Kai? Kick back and revisit The Karate Kid film franchise, especially for a refresher of all the familiar O.G. characters popping up in the Netflix series. Here’s how you can watch them all in order and on demand:
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