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What Time Will Cobra Kai Season 4 Be On Netflix?

If YouTube Red is remembered for anything these days, it's probably best known for reinvigorating the "Karate Kid" franchise with the first two seasons of "Cobra Kai" (via The Hollywood Reporter). Inspired in part by a long-running gag on "How I Met Your Mother" that placed Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) as the hero, the series premiere of "Cobra Kai" blew audiences away with a special blend of nostalgia and new, energetic storytelling ideas (via Rotten Tomatoes). 

Though the series was eventually forced to migrate to Netflix after YouTube folded its scripted programming division, "Cobra Kai" hasn't shown any signs of slowing down in the years since (via The Hollywood Reporter). Audiences are still loving the rivalry between Johnny and Daniel (Ralph Macchio) that started all the way back in 1984's "The Karate Kid" and is still going (albeit, in a sometimes friendlier manner) nearly 40 years later.

It's almost been a full year since the third season of the series premiered to universal acclaim from audiences and critics alike (via Rotten Tomatoes). So, when exactly will the fourth season of the legendary series be available for streaming?

All 10 episodes of Season 4 will be available on New Year's Eve

It seems likely that plenty of people will be ringing in the new year with a brand new season of "Cobra Kai." All 10 episodes of Season 4 of the Netflix series will be available on December 31 at 12:00 a.m. Pacific Time. While other streaming networks like Disney+ and Amazon Prime Video have seen fit to introduce their shows to the weekly release method, Netflix continues to release an entire season of most of their shows at a time.

If you're not yet an experienced sensei of "Cobra Kai," Netflix also has the first two seasons available for streaming to all subscribers. Unfortunately, if you truly want to master the Miyagi-verse, you'll have to venture outside of Netflix to watch all of the original movies in the franchise. While Netflix has the 2010 version of "The Karate Kid" and 1994's "The Next Karate Kid," the original three "Karate Kid" films are currently only available on other streaming platforms like Amazon Prime Video.