‘Cobra Kai’ S4 Review – This Show Continues To Surprise Me!


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Well, I’ll be damned. I don’t know how this show always does it, but it keeps surprising more and more. Cobra Kai season 4 is probably one of the best shows out right now, and it continues to always leaving me wanting more. One thing is for sure, this is my favorite season.


Cobra Kai season 4 kickoff with Miyagi-Do and Eagle Fang team up to bring down Cobra Kai once and for all at the All Valley Under 18 Karate Tournament. Both Samantha (Mary Mouser) and Miguel (Xolo Maridueña) are trying to keep the alliance between the two dojos, while Robby (Tanner Buchanan) goes full sith and join Cobra Kai. It’s up to Daniel (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny (William Zabka) to finally put their differences aside to defeat Kreese (Martin Kove), but they’ll soon find out that that Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith) is more sinister.

I love the living hell out of this season. Terry Silver is one of my favorite villains in films, and this show did a great job fleshing him out. The character developments in the show were great, especially for Robby. I find it impressive how the series is able to find a way to instigate a fight, it’s so ridiculous but it works.

No spoilers, but when I watched the finale, I was wondering “where does this series go from here?” Just to get hit with fucking greatness! What a damn good finale.

Cobra Kai just does nostalgia right, I was clapping and losing it out of excitement from how good the season was. I’m ready for more Cobra Kai.


Just like the previous seasons, the cast of Cobra Kai killed it. I need to talk about Thomas Ian Griffith returning as Terry Silver because he stole the show. Thomas was playing the character like he never left, and he plays Terry a lot more cynical and sympathetic. I always loved Terry Silver, but this season enhanced it 10x.

Tanner Buchanan really impressed me this season as Robby. The range Tanner has an actor this season was great, and he was easily one of my favorites this season. I’m excited to see what he’ll do next season.

I was also impressed with Jacob Bertrand as Hawk, Xolo Maridueña as Miguel, and Peyton List as Tory. You can really see the growth from the cast. They just continue to get better and better each season.

Dallas Young is a newcomer in the show, and he plays Kenney. I enjoyed the hell out of his performance and seeing the progression in each episode. Dallas is going to have Hollywood by the neck in the next few years.

The whole cast of Cobra Kai is just great!


Of course, the fights was badass this season. When it was the last two episodes of the season, Cobra Kai went full anime and I was just losing my mind. I enjoyed the cinematography in a lot of the scenes this season, but I want some that was in season 3. Honestly, Cobra Kai never goes wrong with their action and camerawork.

The score continues to be great as well. The classic Karate Kid sound just still works in the modern era. I like some of the new too this season. I’m looking forward on the new sound in season five.

If there’s anything Cobra Kai always gets right is the action and music.


Season four of Cobra Kai was just too good. And, seeing how the season ended, things gotten even more serious. This show is such a gem and it keeps getting better.

Go watch all of Cobra Kai because it’s nostalgia done right!


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