Netflix delivers a sneak-attack with surprise trailer for Cobra Kai season 5

Much like the stealthy ninjas of feudal Japan, Netflix came out of nowhere with a sneak attack, but this time it’s not dealing a deathblow to any of its shows – it’s giving us a surprise trailer for Cobra Kai season 5.

And, despite being labeled as a date announcement trailer (which is usually light on new footage), this trailer gives us nearly two minutes of tantalizing material from the upcoming season.

Even better, Season 5 is coming even earlier than expected – while the last two seasons arrived around Christmas and New Years, this next season will arrive much earlier in the year on September 9, 2022.

So why go ahead? We wouldn’t be surprised if it had something to do with the service’s dwindling subscriber count – we can’t blame Netflix for wanting to remind people of a show they love it. is not being cancelled…

Anyway, you can check out the Cobra Kai Season 5 trailer below.

What To Expect From Cobra Kai Season 5

As it is impossible to discuss Cobra Kai Season 5 without mentioning the things that happened in previous seasons, you should beware of SPOILERS below.

At the end of last season, things didn’t go well for Miyagi-Do and Eagle Fang Karate, with both schools forced to close shop after losing to the new Cobra Kai led by Terry Silver at the All Karate Tournament. -Valley.

As seen in the Season 5 trailer, things only get worse as Cobra Kai announces plans to open multiple dojos throughout the Valley.

Knowing that Terry (Thomas Ian Griffith) will gladly put the kids in danger to get what he wants, Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) teams up with Chozen Toguchi (Yuji Okumoto) to stop him.

Meanwhile, Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) goes on a trip to Mexico with his son, Robby (Tanner Buchanan), who has ultimately turned his back on Cobra Kai. Of course, things get tense when he realizes that Johnny is actually there to find Miguel (Xolo Maridueña), who has gone to Mexico to find his father.

So far, it looks like we’re set for another great season of Cobra Kai. Luckily, we won’t have to wait much longer to see the whole thing when it launches on September 9.

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