Get ready to embrace the Cobra Kai spirit as Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has exciting news for fans. Cobra Kai Season 5 is on its way to DVD, and it’s set to strike your entertainment collection on September 12. This physical release comes hot on the heels of the season’s Netflix debut, bringing all 10 action-packed episodes of Season 5 to your fingertips. But that’s not all – the DVD edition comes loaded with bonus content, including deleted and extended scenes that offer a deeper dive into the Cobra Kai universe, and of course, a blooper reel to add some laughter to the mix. You can already pre-order this DVD, and prices vary depending on the retailer, ranging from $19.99 to $30.99. So, gear up to relive the epic battles and karate drama in the comfort of your own home.
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Cobra Kai Season 5 continues the thrilling saga following the dramatic events of the All Valley Tournament in Season 4. After a controversial victory by Terry Silver, Daniel and Johnny decide to honor their agreement with Silver and John Kreese by temporarily closing their dojos. However, this decision plays right into Silver’s hands as he rapidly expands the Cobra Kai empire, opening new dojos and tightening his grip on the Valley. While Johnny is ready to move forward, Daniel refuses to back down. To take on Silver, he seeks an unlikely ally in Chozen, a former adversary turned friend, played by Yuji Okumoto. The clash of dojos is about to reach new heights, and the battle for the Valley is far from over.
Cobra Kai Will Return for a Sixth and Final Season
In an announcement that had Cobra Kai fans buzzing with excitement, Netflix shared in January of this year that the beloved series would return for one final season, concluding its epic journey with a total of six seasons. While Season 6’s plot remains shrouded in mystery, Season 5 has set the stage with some intriguing developments. Johnny, Daniel, Chozen, and the young karate enthusiasts successfully put a stop to Terry Silver’s villainous plans, leaving the Cobra Kai students without a sensei or a dojo. However, the wily John Kreese managed to escape from prison in the closing moments of Season 5, hinting at more challenges ahead. Meanwhile, Johnny and his girlfriend Carmen are about to embark on a new chapter in their lives as they expect a baby. The path forward for our beloved characters promises to be filled with twists, turns, and more high-flying karate action.
While the writing for Season 6 had initially begun, it’s currently on hold due to the Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike, as the talented scribes advocate for better compensation and safeguards. Additionally, any plans for filming are temporarily paused due to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike, adding an extra layer of uncertainty. Despite these hurdles, the Cobra Kai team remains committed to delivering an unforgettable final season to its devoted fans.
Cobra Kai first entered the scene as a YouTube original series in 2018 before striking a deal with Netflix starting from Season 3 onwards. Set over three decades after the events of the original Karate Kid film, Cobra Kai rekindles the rivalry between Johnny and Daniel as Johnny resurrects the Cobra Kai dojo. Alongside the talented cast members mentioned earlier, the series features standout performances from Xolo Maridueña, Mary Mouser, Peyton List, Jacob Bertrand, Courtney Henggeler, Tanner Buchanan, Gianni DeCenzo, and more. And if that’s not enough to satisfy your karate cravings, Sony is currently developing a new Karate Kid movie set within the same cinematic universe as the original.
Get ready for more martial arts mayhem when Cobra Kai Season 5 arrives on DVD on September 12. All five seasons are currently available for streaming on Netflix, so you can catch up on all the action-packed drama in the lead-up to the grand finale of this epic series.