Netflix also unveiled the new logo for the fourth season of Cobra Kai on Wednesday.
Akash Kurup | OTTplay
Last Updated: 06.30 PM, May 26, 2021
Netflix’s popular comedy martial arts series, Cobra Kai’s 4th season will see the return of Terry Silver. Netflix also unveiled the new logo for the fourth season of Cobra Kai on Wednesday. Martin Kove, who plays John Kreese took to Twitter to share the logo for the latest installment from the Karate Kid series and captioned it writing "No mercy."
Terry Silver, played by Ian Griffith, is one of the main antagonists of the franchise, as well as the original corporate owner of the Cobra Kai Dojo. Appearing in Karate Kid III, he is a close friend of John Kreese from his military days. Terry Silver has all the qualities of a villain - he is wealthy, corrupt and toxic. In the latest teaser, true to the original, a ponytailed Terry Silver stands with his back to the camera as some of Silver's most famous dialogues play in voice-over, "If a man can't stand, he can't fight. If a man can't breathe, he can't fight. If a man can't see, he can't fight."
The first two seasons of Cobra Kai were released on YouTube Premium while season 3 was supposed to be a YouTube Premium original. But change in YouTube’s program strategy led the third season to be put on hold after its production completed, until Netflix acquired it last year and started streaming it on January 1, 2021. Now all seasons of Cobra Kai are available on Netflix and it is one of the biggest titles on the platform. The fourth season has already completed filming and is expected to release on Netflix in the last quarter of 2021.
Cobra Kai re-examines the "Miyagi-Verse" narrative from Johnny's point of view, his decision to reopen the Cobra Kai karate dojo, and the rekindling of his old rivalry with Daniel. Cobra Kai stars Ralph Macchio and William Zabka, who reprise their roles as Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence from the 1984 film The Karate Kid, along with Courtney Henggeler, Xolo Maridueña, Tanner Buchanan, Mary Mouser, Jacob Bertrand, Gianni DeCenzo and Martin Kove.