The spinoff to The Karate Kid film series, called Cobra Kai, has received a lot of praise from critics and fans alike. It stars Ralph Macchio and William Zabka, who reprise their roles of Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence respectively.

The fourth season of the popular series has been in the works for a couple of months now. Now it seems more details regarding the upcoming season has been revealed by one of the stars of the series.

Martin Kove, who portrays the role of John Kreese, took to Instagram and revealed that season 4 of Cobra Kai has officially wrapped filming.

COBRA KAI S4 officially wrapped” on the night of April 29. He mentioned the show’s crew exhibited strength amid the pandemic. The 75-year-old also expressed gratitude toward the show’s creators and executive producers, Jon Hurwitz, Josh Heald, and Hayden Schlossberg, and noted that they had “more energy than [he] knew was humanly possible.” 

“The Captains of our cobra [sic] Kai ship, leading us to glory waters.”

He also thanked the production company Sony Pictures Television Studio and Netflix, which has the first three seasons of the show available to stream. He would then go on to thank his co-stars Ralph Macchio and William Zabka.

“To @ralph_macchio & @william_zabka the battle rages on! I couldn’t be more humbled to work along side you both. Who put the work in day in and day out and day in and day out.”

And to the fans…..well….the real story has only just begun….but you know that!
So get ready because COBRA KAI….NEVER…DIES!!!! -John Kreese

As reported earlier, the upcoming season of the series is slated to release in the Fall of this year. We will have to see how LaRusso and Lawrence will team up to take on John Kreese, as he undoubtedly has something sinister planned after what happened at the end of season 3.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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