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Cobra Kai Will Have An Ending, But Not In Season 4

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The Cobra Kai showrunners already know what the series finale will be, though they have no plans for it to occur in season 4.

Season 3 of Cobra Kai landed on Netflix last Friday, January 1 to give us a reason not to leave the house all New Year’s Day and have a good marathon with the sequel series to Karate Kid. Ralph Macchio and William Zabka returned to become Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence to bring a new dose of rivalry, although the character of John Kreese, played by Martin Kove, has also played a relevant role in everything related to the season.

With season 4 of Cobra Kai turned into a real project and underway, we can’t help but think about how long the series is going to stretch, especially now that it has fallen into the sack of Netflix, famous for not letting the series even end. if you don’t rent them.

The creators and showrunners of Cobra Kai have been talking to TV Line about it, and have ensured that they already know where the series is going for its finale, but that said ending will not be in season 4 and that it will depend on what they talk about with their platform partners.

Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz, and Hayden Schlossberg talked about how they still have a lot of stories to tell in Cobra Kai before heading to the finale. The only thing they don’t know is if Netflix will give them the time to count them. The truth is that the series could begin to accuse the mechanism that is being given to some characters, unnecessarily extending their arcs to lengthen the series. It will be necessary to see if season 4 solves a problem that began to be noticed already in the series.

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