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Netflix Releases Cobra Kai Season 6 Trailer

One of Netflix’s most popular original shows is making a fierce return this July. Cobra Kai, the Karate Kid sequel series, has gained massive popularity ever since it transitioned from YouTube after its second season. This summer marks the beginning of the end for the series, with the first batch of episodes for the sixth and final season set to release. Fans got an exciting preview on Monday morning when Netflix dropped the full trailer for the upcoming episodes.

Netflix has officially released the trailer for Cobra Kai Season 6 Part 1, which includes five episodes. The trailer offers a glimpse into what’s in store for this release later in the month. Check out the video below!

Part 1 of Cobra Kai‘s final season will arrive on Netflix on July 18th. However, fans will have to wait a bit longer for Part 2, which is scheduled for release on November 28th. The final set of episodes, Part 3, is expected to drop in 2025, though Netflix has not yet confirmed an exact date for these episodes.

Season 6 picks up where Season 5 left off, and the story follows the Cobra Kai students as they prepare to compete in the karate world championships, facing their fiercest competitors yet. According to Netflix, “Picking up with Cobra Kai eliminated from the Valley, our senseis and students must decide if and how they will compete in the Sekai Taikai — the world championships of karate.”

One of the most burning questions surrounding Cobra Kai‘s final season is whether Hilary Swank will make an appearance. While many key actors from different Karate Kid movies have made appearances in the series, Swank, who starred in The Next Karate Kid, has yet to show up. Earlier this year, Swank spoke to Collider and didn’t provide fans with much hope about her possible return to the franchise.

“I don’t think I am, unfortunately,” Swank said. “I know. It’s, like, the number one question I get right now. Most people usually say, ‘What’s it like working with Clint Eastwood?’ But I think, ‘Are you going to be on Cobra Kai?’ has almost surpassed that.”

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