Cobra Kai Season 4 Premiere Date Revealed Alongside New Trailer

While we already knew that Cobra Kai’s fourth season would be making its debut in December, Netflix revealed a new trailer that confirms it will officially premiere on December 31, 2021.

Revealed as part of TUDUM: A Netflix Global Fan Event, the new teaser showed off a bit of what fans can expect from this next season, and it starts off with Ralph Macchio’s Daniel LaRusso giving a motivational speech to the kids ahead of The All-Valley Tournament. He is also trying to warn them that team Cobra Kai will be using “every dirty trick in the book.”

As he begins saying that there is only one way to beat them, William Zabka’s Johnny Lawrence jumps in and says they will secure victory by “by kicking their a**** so hard, they s*** themselves!” This mission won’t be an easy one, however, as the trailer ends with a tease of the return of Thomas Ian Griffith’s Terry Silver.

Even though Cobra Kai’s fourth season has yet to premiere, Netflix has already announced that it will be making a return for at least one more season.

Cobra Kai has been a hit (yes, pun intended) for Netflix after it originally debuted on YouTube Red. The show has been on Netflix since its third season, and it shows no sign of stopping.

In our review of Cobra Kai’s third season, we said that it “continues its awesome win streak with a third season filled with fun and gritty consequences.” For more, check out our explainer of the ending as you wait and theorize what season 4 may hold.

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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.

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