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Netflix Supersizing Sixth and Final Season of “Cobra Kai” to Give the Show the Send-Off it Deserves

The end of a legacy deserves a grand finale and so Netflix is doing just that by supersizing the sixth and final season of “Cobra Kai” into a 15 episode, three-part event to give the series the send-off it deserves.

This beloved series, which serves as a sequel to the original Karate Kid films from the 1980s, has developed a passionate cult following over its first five seasons on Netflix. Now, as the show prepares to draw the story to an epic close, the final series will picking up where it left with Cobra Kai having beeing eliminated from the Valley. ordingly, the senseis and students must now decide if and how they will compete in the Sekai Taikai — the world championships of karate.

In anticipation of this special three-part event, Netflix has dropped a Season 6 announcement date trailer, revealing how Part 1 will premiere this coming July 18, 2024, followed by Part 2 on November 28, 2024. And then, fans will sadly have to bid farewell to the show but we’re 100% confident that the The Finale Event will not deceive when it arrives in 2025.

So, in the meantime, we’ll leave you with the aforementioned trailer that illustrates, as the savvy Robby Keene puts it, how “it’s not about how you start, it’s about how you finish.”

Fighting positions! Get pumped up for the sixth and final season.


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