“That’s the hope to get this out”: Cobra Kai Season 6 Creators Finally Have an Answer for Release But It Might Upset Many Fans

Cobra Kai Season 6 might premiere on Netflix screens in 2024.

Cobra Kai Season 6 Creators Finally Have an Answer for Release But It Might Upset Many Fans

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  • Cobra Kai creators finally released an official update regarding the release date of the final season, bringing an end to a long waiting period for fans.
  • Until now, it has been confirmed that the final season of the series is set to come out in 2024.
  • Creators also revealed some other updates related to the "Miyagi-verse," claiming that 'anyone' can appear in the upcoming season.
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After the fifth season of the highly anticipated show Cobra Kai concluded last year, fans have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the sixth season. It has been a long waiting period until very recently when the show creators finally released an official update regarding the release date of the season. Until now, it is confirmed that the sixth season, which will also be the last and final season for the show, will be arriving in 2024.

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Cobra Kai Season 6 Finally Has an Official Update Regarding Its Release Date

Cobra Kai is considered the rightful successor to the Karate Kid series, so naturally, excitement is bound to run high when it approaches its finale. When creators Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz, and Hayden Schlossberg gathered to answer questions for Deadline, inquiries about the release of the final season were thus inevitable.

The sixth season and the final season have faced delays for some time now due to the major strike that was going on in Hollywood. However, now that everything is back to normal, fans eagerly anticipate its arrival. Heald said,

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“We are in the writers’ room working feverishly and we have been since the WGA strike ended. We are thrilled that the SAG-AFTRA strike has also ended. We are going back into production after the new year on the biggest, boldest season we’ve done yet.”

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Cobra Kai

To which Schlossberg added,

“With the only caveat being that nothing else happens in the industry. That’s the hope to get this out ASAP for the fans who have been waiting.”

For now, it has been confirmed that the season will arrive in 2024. Although a definitive date has not been announced, this news is definitely a step up from being deprived of any information at all. Fans are eagerly awaiting further updates.

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Things to Look Out for in the Final Season of Cobra Kai!

There has been a lot of discussion and speculation surrounding the last season of Cobra Kai. Now that it’s finally hitting the Netflix screens, people are curious about the exciting elements they can expect. One of these potential highlights is the introduction of Kim Sun-Yung as an “Anti-Miyagi” character in the final season.

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Another thrilling revelation surfaced during the Deadline interview. When asked about the possibility of a Hilary Swank cameo, Hurwitz expressed, “We are fans of Hilary Swank.”

Whereas, Schlossberg gave the fans hope stating,

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“Anyone from the Miyagi-verse could potentially be in the final season.”

All in all, fans can’t wait for the new season to drop, the finale has left everyone eager for how it all will conclude.

All episodes of Cobra Kai till season 5 are available on Netflix.

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