cobra kai: season 3 TV review - Aussieboyreviews
DOES COBRA KAI’S THIRD SEASON SHOW NO MERCY ALIKE THE PAST SEASONS?
Just like the first two seasons, Cobra Kai: Season 3 is packed with fighting and no mercy. But this series also deals with heavy topics and is powerfully satisfying.
With a new sensei at the helm of the Cobra Kai dojo, a three-way feud takes center stage. Old grudges, like Cobra Kai, never die.
Creator: Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg
Cast: William Zabka, Ralph Macchio, Xolo Maridueña, Mary Mouser, Tanner Buchanan, Martin Kove, Courtney Henggeler, Peyton List
Release Date (Australia): 1 January 2021
Episodes: Aftermath / Nature vs. Nurture / Now You’re Gonna Pay / The Right Path / Miyagi-Do / King Cobra / Obstáculos / The Good, The Bad, And The Badass / Feel the Night / December 19
Genre: Drama, Action, Comedy
CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)
The series features themes including bullying, death and fighting.
There are frequent scenes of martial arts violence in the form of kicking and punching, as well as brief stabbing and implied shooting, occasionally accompanied with blood detail.
The series features use of the words “ass”, “**shole”, “s**t”, “p***y”, “bitch” and a use of “f**king”.
There is a verbal reference to “junkies”.
There is a depiction of a crude drawing of male genitalia.
There are occasional sex references throughout the series.
Aussie boy's thoughts
Season 3 covers a lot of topics and is the most violently behaved season between itself and the previous ones, but ends in a way that’ll satisfy you and leave you anticipating for a fourth season. There’s lots of fighting and there’s also some really great humour, plus, teens and fans will be just as delighted as the Karate Kid films and the previous seasons made you feel. A great thing about this season’s dramas is how it sheds focus and covers a large portion of engaging topics.
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