After season 3 of Cobra Kai debuted on New Year’s Day, these action series were set by Netflix in return December 13. During this streaming pattern all cast came on Saturday and revealed the season 4 premiere date by sharing a new teaser of Emmy-nominated series, which has already been renewed for season 5.

Sources asked few questions about such a great series; and they replied; “The idea of them coming together is awesome,” Bertrand told ET about the end of season 3 and what this shaky alliance means for season 4. His character, Hawk, finally defects from Cobra Kai and ends up joining the combined dojo. “I don’t know in practice how successful they’re gonna be, because they’ve very much been at odds with each other, you know, for the last thirty-something years! So, it would definitely be interesting to see if/when that happens.” 

Maridueña, meanwhile, added, “We’ve seen time and time again how similar Johnny and Daniel are. But at the same time, just how it feels like oil and water. The two don’t really mix well together.” 

They continued by adding; “I will say that I think they have a lot that they can learn from each other,” the actor continued. “Johnny has a lot of great life lessons and Daniel has the same, and as long as I think they keep their distance, they can work together. But I think once one of them steps over that line, it’s gonna be back to square one just like we’ve seen in season 1 and season 2.” Macchio teased what else is in store for the upcoming episodes. “More awesomeness, I can promise. More depth of character. More left turns when you think you might be going right. Carry on the legacy, but also bringing forth new stories that are relevant for a young generation,” he shared, while adding there’s room for more Karate Kid franchise stars to return. 

In season 4, Thomas Ian Griffith is set to return as Terry Silver, the wealthy Vietnam War veteran who first met Kreese when they served together overseas. At the end of season 3, Kreese calls upon Silver to make good on a promise he made to him decades prior as he plans to take on Johnny and Daniel, who have combined dojos, at the next All-Valley, which is now much more than a tournament for everyone involved.