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Cobra Kai Renewed For Season 3!

After another great season, YouTubeRed series Cobra Kai, ill be returning for third season next year. The annoucement was made via Twitter account of Jon Hurwitz, who is co-creator on the show.

Mixing a heavy dose of nostalgia with a good storytelling, the first two season of the show has captivated viewers and left them wanting more both times. You can check out the annoucnement video down below.

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The show knows how to balance the nostalgia for viewerss such as myself who are fans of the original film, as well as being able to grab younger viewers. One thing that sticks out to me, is that the fighting scenes aren’t exactly up to date. I believe this is intentional and is done to add that sense of the 80s. The end of season two really through me for a loop, I was not expecting that, if you’ve seen it, you know what I ‘m talking about.

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Source: Jon Hurwitz

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