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Air Date: May 2nd, 2018

Series Summary
Thirty four years after events of the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament, a down-and-out Johnny Lawrence seeks redemption by reopening the infamous Cobra Kai dojo, reigniting his rivalry with a now successful Daniel LaRusso.

Genres: Drama, Action


  • Season 1 - Episode 10 : Mercy May 2, 2018

    The All Valley Karate Tournament has come, and Johnny and Daniel find themselves at battle again, this time fighting vicariously through their students.

  • Season 1 - Episode 9 : Different but Same May 2, 2018

    Johnny and Daniel revisit the past together; Miguel senses that Samantha is lying to him; the Cobra Kai kids strike first to steal a popular party spot from the cool kids.

  • Season 1 - Episode 8 : Molting May 2, 2018

    Helping his students prepare for the tournament inspires Johnny to clean up his own act; Daniel's cousin vandalizes Johnny's car, leading to a confrontation between Johnny and Daniel at the LaRusso residence.

  • Season 1 - Episode 7 : All Valley May 2, 2018

    Daniel begins training his new student using Mr. Miyagi's classic method; Robby faces temptation to return to his delinquent ways; Johnny gives Miguel advice for his first date with Samantha.

  • Season 1 - Episode 6 : Quiver May 2, 2018

    Johnny is less than pleased with his new batch of students; Robby takes a job with Daniel with the ultimate goal of angering his father; Daniel inspires interest in karate from an unlikely source.

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  • The thing you don't expect is for Cobra Kai to be pretty decent and to fill its entire first season with enough homages, twists and reversals to be much more consistently entertaining than it has any right to be. Show More

  • This show gets a lot of things right from the perfect amount of references and music from the original and the acid-washed 1980s where the movie reigned supreme to the impressive casting and acting. .... That said, Cobra Kai relies on coincidence far too often even for a show spawned from the decade of decadence. Show More

  • It’s compulsively watchable, emotionally engaging, and almost always one step ahead of where you think it’s going. Show More

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