'Cobra Kai' Season 4 Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot — All We Know So Far

The wait for Cobra Kai Season 4 is almost over, and in the latest outing fans will get to see the All Valley tournament that was teased in the Season 3 finale finally take place.

Season 4 will also see some new alliances grow into fruition and no doubt, there will be some fierce competition along the way.

There will also be some new cast members, including some familiar faces from the wider Karate Kid world. Newsweek has everything you need to know about the new series, including the release date, the cast, the trailer, the plot, and more.

When Is Cobra Kai Season 4 Out on Netflix?

For Cobra Kai fans, the year 2021 is going to end on a high. The new season will premiere on Netflix on Friday, December 31.

All 10 episodes will drop on the streaming platform, which means you will be able to binge-watch the entire series in one go.

To watch Cobra Kai, you can sign up to Netflix now for $8.99 per month.

In the meantime, you can watch the first 3 Seasons of Cobra Kai via Netflix now.

What Will Happen in Cobra Kai Season 4?

The latest season will also focus on the highly anticipated All Valley tournament that will see Miyagi-Do and Eagle Fang go head to head against Cobra Kai.

Cobra Kai season 4 will see the return of antagonist, Terry Silver, who first appeared as the villain in the 1989 movie Karate Kid III. In the new series, Silver joins forces with Cobra Kai and his team.

Speaking to Den of Geek, showrunner co-creator Jo Hurwitz confirmed the fourth season of Cobra Kid will focus on the 1989 film, The Karate Kid Part III.

He teased: "We can't wait for people to see Terry Silver finally returning to our world.

"And we can't wait for everyone to meet our new characters and can't wait for them to see this All Valley Tournament which we think is the most spectacular kick-ass All Valley that there's been to date. So December 31 can't come quickly enough."

Cobra Kai's story won't end in Season 4, with the series already receiving a Season 5 order from Netflix. There is even more good news for Cobra Kai fans, filming recently wrapped up on Season 5, meaning the show's release may not be too far away.

Who Stars in Cobra Kai Season 4?

The entire main cast is set to return for Cobra Kai Season 4.

This means Ralph Macchio will be back as Daniel LaRusso and Will Zabka returns as Johnny Lawrence.

Courtney Henggeler is back as Amanda LaRusso and Xolo Maridueña stars as Miguel Diaz.

Fans will also see the return of Tanner Buchanan as Robby Keene and Mary Mouser as Samantha LaRusso.

Jacob Bertrand returns as Hawk, alongside Gianni DeCenzo as Demetri and Martin Kove as John Kreese.

Upped to series regular in Season 4 are Vanessa Rubio as Carmen Diaz and Peyton List as Tory Nicholas.

Joining the cast of Season 4 of Cobra Kai is former professional baseball player Dallas Dupree Young as Kenny and Oona O'Brien as Devon Lee.

Thomas Ian Griffith is reprising the role of Terry Silver from The Karate Kid Part III for Season 4.

Is There a Trailer for Kobra Kai Season 4?

Yes, there is a trailer for Cobra Kai Season 4 and you do not want to miss it.

The trailer features Robby teaching Kreese's students the famous "wax on, wax off" method from The Karate Kid and teases the power struggle between newly formed karate dojo duo Johnny Eagle Fang and Miyagi-Do.

In the clip, Eagle Fang can be heard saying "Eagles do not respond. They swoop down and take whatever they want," which directly goes against Miyagi-Do's belief karate is for self-defense only, so things are sure to be interesting between them in Season 4.

The trailer also marks the first look at Thomas Ian Griffith's debut as the villainous Terry Silver.

Cobra Kai Season 4 premieres Friday, December 31, on Netflix.

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Tanner Buchanan as Robby Keene, Peyton List as Tory Nichols and Martin Kove as John Kreese in Cobra Kai Season 4. Netflix

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