Cobra Kai: what awaits us in Season 6 and from open plots

Cobra Kai: what awaits us in Season 6 and from open plots

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Josh Heald, Hayden Schlossberg and Jon Hurwitz the creators of Cobra Kai, currently available on Netflix, have talked about what awaits us in Season 6 and from the plots left open from the fifth season. In fact, during the last season we saw two distinct sides face each other over the episodes: on the one hand Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio), Chozen Toguchi (Yuji Okumoto) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) and on the other Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith) with his plans to expand the Cobra Kai first to the Valley and then to the rest of the world.

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Cobra Kai: what's waiting for us in Season 6 and open plots

We thought someone might be seriously injured when we entered Season 5. What could happen to Kreese in prison, what could happen in a Silver-Chozen fight, or in a Silver-Daniel in the finale?

These discussions in the writing phase led them to the events at the center of which we find Chozen in the finale. The latter confronts Silver directly in his garden in an armed confrontation that will reduce him to death.

Another very particular and risky step forward, on which they have reflected, is the one in which Kreese escapes from prison faking his death while everyone else breathes a sigh of relief with Silver's arrest:

We liked the idea that for many characters it felt like, “We did it. It's over. Cobra Kai is finished ", and instead the last true snake of the Cobra Kai is about to return to make its move. | ); } On the future, however, they have not yet expressed themselves in detail, reassuring that:

There is a lot in store, we have several ideas for the future. We want to do a lot with these characters and are excited to be able to start writing next season.

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The Cobra Kai audience knows that only a few weeks have passed since the Season 5 release on Netflix. Still, they’d really like to know if Season 6 will get the green light. And I gotta say, I can’t really tell what the intent was with that finale. Obviously, ultimate karate villain Terry Silver’s arc is all wrapped up, and Johnny Lawrence got a happy ending (he’ll be a dad again), as did several other characters. Yet there’s still Kreese out there on the streets and straight out of prison (possibly headed towards Hawk?), so we’ll see if the powers that be decide to leaving things open-ended or do the damn good thing and give us more.

Netflix is going through some things, to say the very least, and they’re not rushing out too many renewal announcements at all, but with a juggernaut like this one, the investment should pay off. Also, Ralph Macchio made it known that he’s into the idea of expanding the Cobra Kai arm of the universe with more movies, and that announcement hasn’t happened yet, either. However, Sony Pictures did announce that a The Karate Kid movie is on the horizon. Expect to see it in 2024, and details are slight, but Cobra Kai co-creator Jon Hurwitz addressed the matter. In short, it’s a mystery to him, too.

“The guys and I would love to make Karate Kid and Cobra Kai movies and hope to someday,” Hurwitz tweeted. “But this one isn’t from us or focused on the Cobra Kai cast. Don’t know much about it, but wish it well.”

Hmm. That’s an odd one, especially considering that everyone who matters in The Karate Kid universe is also now part of the Cobra Kai cast, if even only for a breeze-thru like Elisabeth Shue’s Ali. Recently, Hilary Swank did dodge questions about whether she’ll ever do the Cobra Kai thing, but would Sony really want to revisit her role in a movie? That doesn’t sound likely, but hey, maybe Thomas Ian Griffith could get that Terry Silver romcom after all. One can dream!

(Via Deadline)