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Cobra Kai season 1 and 2 will move to Netflix on August 28 with season 3 in the works

Cobra Kai season 1 and 2 will move to Netflix on August 28 with season 3 in the works

Fans who haven’t seen the first two seasons of Cobra Kai on YouTube Red will have a chance to see it on Netflix.

The Netflix See What’s Next Twitter Tuesday revealed that the first two seasons of Cobra Kai will be available on August 28.

Netflix announced in June that the first two seasons of Cobra Kai will move from YouTube to Netflix, along with an extension for a third season.

Seasons: Fans who haven't seen the first two seasons of Cobra Kai on YouTube Red will have a chance to watch it on Netflix.

Seasons: Fans who haven’t seen the first two seasons of Cobra Kai on YouTube Red will have a chance to watch it on Netflix.

The series begins 30 years after Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) defeated Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) at the All-Valley Karate Tournament as depicted in the 1984 classic movie The Karate Kid.

LaRusso is now a successful adult, although he struggles to find a balance between his personal and professional life without the guidance of Mr. Miyagi.

He must come face to face with his former rival, the thoroughly Johnny Lawrence, who tries to redeem himself by reopening the Cobra Kai dojo where he studied.

Daniel-san: The series begins 30 years after Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) defeated Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) at the All-Valley Karate Tournament as depicted in the 1984 classic movie The Karate Kid

Daniel-san: The series begins 30 years after Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) defeated Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) at the All-Valley Karate Tournament as depicted in the 1984 classic movie The Karate Kid

Daniel-san: The series begins 30 years after Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) defeated Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) at the All-Valley Karate Tournament as depicted in the 1984 classic movie The Karate Kid

Lawrence also accompanies a bullied child named Miguel Diaz (Xolo Mariduena), while the Cobra Kai dojo becomes a refuge for social outcasts seeking refuge from bullying.

The series also stars Courtney Henggler as Daniel’s wife, Amanda LaRusso, Tanner Buchanan as Johnny’s son Tanner and Mary Mouser as Daniel’s daughter Samantha.

Cobra Kai debuted in critical acclaim in May 2018 and was renewed for a second season just a week after the successful debut.

Mentor: Lawrence also accompanies a bullied child named Miguel Diaz (Xolo Mariduena) as the Cobra Kai dojo becomes a refuge for social outcasts seeking refuge from bullying

Mentor: Lawrence also accompanies a bullied child named Miguel Diaz (Xolo Mariduena) as the Cobra Kai dojo becomes a refuge for social outcasts seeking refuge from bullying

Mentor: Lawrence also accompanies a bullied child named Miguel Diaz (Xolo Mariduena) as the Cobra Kai dojo becomes a refuge for social outcasts seeking refuge from bullying

In May, it was reported that Sony Pictures Television, which produces the show, was looking for a new home for Cobra Kai, with both Netflix and Hulu short-listed.

YouTube would generally have stopped the original programming when they returned the show to Sony.

YouTube also granted Netflix non-exclusive rights to the shows in the first two seasons so they could catch up before the third season.

New Home: In May, it was reported that Sony Pictures Television, which produces the show, was looking for a new home for Cobra Kai, with both Netflix and Hulu on the 'short list'

New Home: In May, it was reported that Sony Pictures Television, which produces the show, was looking for a new home for Cobra Kai, with both Netflix and Hulu on the 'short list'

New Home: In May, it was reported that Sony Pictures Television, which produces the show, was looking for a new home for Cobra Kai, with both Netflix and Hulu on the ‘short list’

The first season was voted Best Drama of 2018 by Rotten Tomatoes and earned a rare 100% Fresh rating for the first season, plus two Emmy nominations.

Cobra Kai is written and executive produced by Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg through their production company Counterbalance Entertainment.

James Lassiter and Caleeb Pinkett co-produce for Overbrook Entertainment along with Susan Ekins in partnership with Sony Pictures Television, with Macchio and Zabka as co-executive producers.

Emmy nominated: The first season was voted Best Drama of 2018 by Rotten Tomatoes, earning it a rare 100% Fresh rating for the first season, plus two Emmy nominations

Emmy nominated: The first season was voted Best Drama of 2018 by Rotten Tomatoes, earning it a rare 100% Fresh rating for the first season, plus two Emmy nominations

Emmy Nominated: The first season was voted Best Drama of 2018 by Rotten Tomatoes, earning it a rare 100% Fresh rating for the first season, plus two Emmy nominations

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