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Cobra Kai
Title screen from the first episode
Created by
Based onThe Karate Kid film series
by Robert Mark Kamen
  • Leo Birenberg
  • Zach Robinson
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes20 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)
  • Ralph Macchio
  • William Zabka
  • Will Smith
  • James Lassiter
  • Caleeb Pinkett
  • Susan Ekins
  • Josh Heald
  • Jon Hurwitz
  • Hayden Schlossberg
  • Katrin L. Goodson
  • Bob Wilson
CinematographyCameron Duncan
  • Nicholas Monsour
  • Jeff Seibenick
  • Ivan Victor
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time22–36 minutes
Production company(s)
Original networkYouTube Premium
Picture format4K (UHDTV)
Original releaseMay 2, 2018 (May 2, 2018) –
present (present)
External links
Official YouTube Channel

Cobra Kai is an American action comedy-drama web television series, based on The Karate Kid film series created by Robert Mark Kamen. The series was created for YouTube Premium by Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg, and Josh Heald and stars William Zabka and Ralph Macchio reprising their roles from the films, who also serve as co-executive producers. It takes place 34 years after the original film and follows the reopening of the Cobra Kai karate dojo by Johnny Lawrence and the rekindling of his old rivalry with Daniel LaRusso.

All ten episodes of the first season were released on May 2, 2018. It received a positive response, with critics praising the performances of the series leads. The second season was released on April 24, 2019.[1] On May 2, 2019, YouTube renewed the series for a third season,[2] which is scheduled for a 2020 release.[3]


The story of Cobra Kai is set 34 years after the original film and follows Johnny Lawrence, who opens the Cobra Kai dojo to try to redeem himself for his past and set the negativities of himself aside, and thus once again begins the rivalry he had with Daniel LaRusso. Daniel is finding it difficult to maintain balance in his life without the guidance of his now-deceased mentor, Mr. Miyagi. The show deals with how the two old rivals cope with the struggles they each face.

Johnny's dojo attracts a group of bullied nerds and social outcasts who find camaraderie and self-confidence under his tutelage, but who take his aggressive philosophy too far, in particular, his star pupil, Miguel Diaz. In contrast, Johnny's estranged son, Robby Keene, is also taken in by Daniel, who hires him at his car dealership, without any knowledge that Johnny is his father. Daniel eventually proves a positive influence on the boy, teaching him Mr. Miyagi's philosophy of balance. Meanwhile, Daniel's daughter, Samantha, is caught in the middle of these conflicts as she learns who her true friends are and a better path to follow.

Cast and characters[edit]



  • Joe Seo as Kyler (season 1)
  • Annalisa Cochrane as Yasmine (season 1)
  • Bo Mitchell as Brucks (season 1)
  • Bret Ernst as Louie LaRusso Jr. (season 1)
  • Ed Asner as Sid Weinberg (season 1)
  • Hannah Kepple as Moon
  • Dan Ahdoot as Anoush Norouzi
  • Jonathan Mercedes as A. J. (season 1)
  • Susan Gallagher as Lynn
  • Kwajalyn Brown as Sheila (season 1)
  • Griffin Santopietro as Anthony LaRusso
  • Nichole Brown as Aisha Robinson
  • Vanessa Rubio as Carmen Diaz
  • Rose Bianco as Rosa Diaz
  • Diora Baird as Shannon Keene
  • Erin Bradley Dangar as Counselor Blatt (season 1)
  • Terayle Hill as Trey
  • Ken Davitian as Armand Zarkarian
  • Randee Heller as Lucille LaRusso
  • Owen Morgan as Bert
  • Aedin Mincks as Mitch (season 2)
  • Khalil Everage as Chris (season 2)
  • Paul Walter Hauser as Raymond AKA "Stingray" (season 2)
  • Peyton List as Tory (season 2)
  • Nathaniel Oh as Nathaniel (season 2)
  • Cameron Markeles as Frank
  • Connor Murdock as Kev
  • Denzel K Williams as Caleb
  • Gabe Bowles as Tim
  • A.J. Hicks as Edwin


Pat Morita, Elisabeth Shue, and Thomas Ian Griffith appear via archive footage from the film series as Mr. Miyagi, Ali Mills, and Terry Silver, respectively.


SeasonEpisodesOriginally released
110May 2, 2018 (2018-05-02)
210April 24, 2019 (2019-04-24)



In 2013, Macchio and Zabka made guest appearances as themselves in the television sitcom How I Met Your Mother ("The Bro Mitzvah"). In the episode, Macchio is invited to Barney Stinson's bachelor party, leading to Barney shouting that he hates Macchio and that Johnny was the real hero of The Karate Kid. Towards the end of the episode, a clown in the party wipes off his makeup and reveals himself as Zabka.[4]

On August 4, 2017, it was announced that YouTube had greenlit a new series called Cobra Kai, with ten half-hour episodes. The series is written and executive produced by Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz, and Hayden Schlossberg. Hurwitz and Schlossberg directed multiple episodes of the first season. The trio was joined by executive producers James Lassiter and Caleeb Pinkett of Overbrook Entertainment in association with Sony Pictures Television.[5]

On May 10, 2018, it was announced that YouTube had renewed Cobra Kai for a second season consisting of ten episodes. Production began in late 2018, with the season premiering in April 2019.[6]

On May 2, 2019, it was announced that YouTube had renewed the series for a third season, scheduled to premiere in 2020.[3]


Alongside the initial series announcement, it was reported that William Zabka and Ralph Macchio were cast in the series' lead roles reprising their characters of Johnny Lawrence and Daniel LaRusso, respectively, from the original film.[5] On October 24, 2017, the rest of the main cast was announced and included Xolo Maridueña, Mary Mouser, Tanner Buchanan, and Courtney Henggeler. It was also reported that Ed Asner would be appearing in a guest role as Sid Weinberg described as "Johnny’s reluctant stepfather, an old-school, hard-nosed, former studio mogul, who is tired of dealing with his stepson’s failures."[7][8] On December 19, 2017, it was reported that Vanessa Rubio had joined the series in a recurring capacity.[9]

On May 24, 2018, it was announced that Martin Kove would reprise his role of John Kreese as a series regular in season two after previously making a cameo appearance in the role in the season one finale. Additionally, it was confirmed that Ralph Macchio, William Zabka, Xolo Mariduena, Tanner Buchanan, Mary Mouser, and Courtney Henggeler would return for the second season.[10] In October 2018, it was reported that Paul Walter Hauser and Peyton List had been cast in recurring roles in season two.[11][12] Sean Kanan also expressed his enthusiasm to reprise his role as Mike Barnes in the series if asked.[13] Likewise, Thomas Ian Griffith indicated that he was open to returning to his role as Terry Silver, while praising the series.[14]

Elisabeth Shue, who portrays Ali Mills in the first Karate Kid film, stated in an April 2019 interview with Decider that she is not certain whether or not she will join Cobra Kai, but is "thinking about it."[15] In another interview, Shue added: "In Karate Kid 2, my character was kind of pushed aside in a way that didn’t feel so great. So it’s funny how the idea of Ali coming back [started] … At first, I thought, “Well, her character really left the world of The Karate Kid in a way that wasn’t so great…would people care about her coming back?” She later added: “So I was interested in why they wanted Ali to come back in some ways ... I’ll see you know, how it goes … It makes me happy that people care about Ali — with an ‘i’"[16] When speaking with Entertainment Tonight Canada, Shue said that an offer has been made and that "Ali — with an ‘i’ may live once again."[17]


Principal photography for the first season began in October 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. Filming took place at various locations throughout that month at places including Union City, Marietta, and the Briarcliff Campus of Emory University.[18] In November 2017, shooting moved to locales such as the North Atlanta Soccer Association Tophat fields in East Cobb.[19] In December 2017, the production was working out of Marietta and Conyers.[20] Various exterior shots were also filmed in parts of Los Angeles such as Tarzana and Encino.[21] Exterior locations included Golf N' Stuff in Norwalk and the South Seas Apartments in Reseda, both of which were originally featured in The Karate Kid.[22]

Principal photography for season two began in September 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. In October 2018, production continued around Atlanta with shooting also occurring in Marietta.[23] In November 2018, the series was filming in Union City.[24] In December 2018, shooting transpired at the closed Rio Bravo Cantina restaurant in Atlanta.[25]



In January 2018, the series was promoted at the annual Television Critics Association's winter press tour where YouTube's global head of original content Susanne Daniels described the show saying, "It is a half an hour format but I would call it a dramedy. I think it leans into the tone of the movies in that there are dramatic moments throughout. I think it’s very faithful really in some ways to what the movie set about doing, the lessons imparted in the movie if you will. It’s next generation Karate Kid."[26]

On February 15, 2018, YouTube released the first teaser trailer for the series.[27] On March 1, 2018, a second teaser trailer was released.[28] A week later, a third teaser trailer was released.[29] On March 21, 2018, the official trailer was released which included the announcement that the show would premiere on May 2, 2018.[30]

On April 17, 2019, YouTube released a video parodying ESPN's 30 for 30, featuring the main cast members and select ESPN personalities analyzing the 1984 match between Daniel and Johnny.[31]


The series held its world premiere on April 24, 2018, at the SVA Theatre in New York City, New York, during the annual Tribeca Film Festival. Following the screening, a discussion was held with writers, directors, and executive producers Hayden Schlossberg, Jon Hurwitz, and Josh Heald, in addition to series stars and co-executive producers William Zabka and Ralph Macchio.[32]

On April 25, 2018, YouTube partnered with Fathom Events for special screenings of the first two episodes of the series at around 700 movie theaters across the United States. The event also included a screening of the original film.[33][34]


Critical response[edit]

The first season of the series had a positive response from critics upon its premiere. At the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the first season holds a 100% approval rating, with an average score of 7.44 out of 10 based on 41 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads: "Cobra Kai continues the Karate Kid franchise with a blend of pleasantly corny nostalgia and teen angst, elevated by a cast of well-written characters."[35] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the season a score of 72 out of 100 based on 11 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[36]

The second season has also received a positive response at Rotten Tomatoes, holding an 88% approval rating with an average score of 7.49 out of 10, based on 24 reviews. Its critical consensus reads: "While Cobra Kai's subversive kick no longer carries the same gleeful impact of its inaugural season, its second round is still among the best around – no amount of mid-life crisis and teenage ennui's ever gonna keep it down.[37] Metacritic's weighted average assigned the second season a score of 67 out of 100, based on 7 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[38]


YouTube has reported that the first episode, which was posted for free along with episode two, had been viewed 5.4 million times within the first 24 hours.[39] While it was noted that the response had been, in part, a result of YouTube releasing the episode for free, it was noted by Cinema Blend's Britt Lawrence that, "YouTube Red's new series debuted to numbers that should make rival streaming services take notice."[40] By October 30, 2018, ahead of the second season premiere, YouTube was promoting the report that the first episode had then been viewed over 50 million times.[41]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Ceremony Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
2018 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Show Cobra Kai Nominated [42][43]
Choice Summer TV Star Xolo Maridueña Nominated
Imagen Awards Best Young Actor – Television Xolo Maridueña Nominated [44][45]
Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Comedy Series or Variety Program Hiro Koda Nominated [46][47]
2019 Shorty Awards Best Web Series Cobra Kai Nominated [48]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Show Cobra Kai Nominated [49]

Home media[edit]

In May 2018, it was announced via Twitter that the series will not be available on DVD despite negative criticism from fans.[50]

Cobra Kai: Season 1 is however set to be released on DVD and Blu-ray in Australia (Region 4/Region B) on August 14, 2019.[51][52]

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will release the first and second seasons in a four disc DVD collectors edition in Region 1 (United States and Canada) on November 12, 2019.[53]


Season 1[edit]

Cobra Kai
(Score from the Original Series)
Soundtrack album by
Leo Birenberg
& Zach Robinson
ReleasedMay 4, 2018 (2018-05-04)
LabelMadison Gate Records
Leo Birenberg
& Zach Robinson chronology
Cobra Kai
(Score from the Original Series)

Cobra Kai: Season 2 (Score from the Original Series)

Madison Gate Records released the official soundtrack on May 4, 2018.[54] La La Land Records released the physical version of the soundtrack with additional tracks in June 2018.[55]

Track listing[edit]

All music is composed by Leo Birenberg and Zach Robinson.

1."Awake the Snake"2:06
2."Ace Degenerate"1:25
3."Miyagi Memories"1:34
4."Strike First"1:06
5."Father and Son"0:38
6."50th Anniversary"1:00
7."The All-Valley Tournament"3:34
8."A Badass Name for a Dojo"0:37
11."Cobra Guy"0:49
13."Speak Up, Lip"0:57
14."Stone vs. Diaz"1:40
15."Johnny's Story"2:28
16."You Earned It"0:51
19."Bonsai Lessons"1:50
21."The Wrong Path"1:58
22."Final Match"1:48
23."The Cobra and the Mongoose"1:19
24."Time Out"1:35
25."No Mercy"1:14
26."Miyagi's Tomb"2:42
27."The New Champion"1:37
28."King Cobra"1:37
Total length:43:53

Season 2[edit]

Cobra Kai: Season 2
(Music from the Original Series)
Cobra Kai season 2 soundtrack cover.jpg
Album cover.
Soundtrack album by
Leo Birenberg
& Zach Robinson
ReleasedApril 24, 2019 (2019-04-24)
LabelMadison Gate Records
Leo Birenberg
& Zach Robinson chronology
Cobra Kai (Score from the Original Series)
Cobra Kai: Season 2
(Music from the Original Series)


Madison Gate Records also released a second official soundtrack soundtrack on April 24, 2019, to accompany the second season.[56]

Track listing[edit]

All music is composed by Leo Birenberg and Zach Robinson except "Cruel Summer" by Sara Dallin, Siobhan Fahey, Keren Woodward, Steve Jolley and Tony Swain.

1."Miyagi-Do Fix-Up"2:33
2."Snake Fight"2:19
3."The Wheel Technique"1:54
4."Like a Dance"3:12
5."The Internet"1:25
6."I Got Old"2:53
7."An Old Friend"1:25
9."Tory with a Y"1:58
10."Furious Hawk"1:11
11."Medal of Honor"1:24
12."Into the Snake Pit"2:26
13."Military Exercise – Who's Gonna Break"2:13
14."New Students"0:59
15."Fatherly Advice"1:48
16."Mall Fight"1:39
17."You're the Champ"1:34
18."We Are All Miyagi-Do"2:48
20."Worthy Opponent"2:12
22."Sam and Robby"1:24
23."Mercy and Honor"2:23
24."Apartment Skirmish"1:06
25."Black Paint on a White Wall"1:40
26."I'm Coming for You, Bitch"1:38
27."Hallway Hellscape"3:37
28."Scale the School"0:51
29."Hawk's Prey"1:29
31."Fallen Soldier"2:39
33."In It No Matter What"1:39
34."It Belongs to Me"3:20
35."Cruel Summer" (Kari Kimmel)2:25
Total length:66:11


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