In its first four weeks, more than 41 million households are projected to wax on for Cobra Kai's third season. Between all three seasons, 73 million households have checked out the show! pic.twitter.com/dz4JTLd9Cq— Netflix (@netflix) January 12, 2021
Jan. 12 (UPI) -- The third season of Karate Kid sequel series Cobra Kai is projected to have reached 41 million households, Netflix announced on Tuesday.
Netflix also said that the karate drama hit 73 million households collectively over its first three seasons.
The streaming service made the announcement on Twitter alongside a stylized poster that features stars William Zabka (Johnny), Ralph Macchio (Daniel), Xolo Mariduena (Miguel), Mary Mouser (Samantha), Tanner Buchanan (Robby), Jacob Bertrand (Hawk), Gianni DeCenzo (Demetri), Martin Kove (John), Courtney Henggeler (Amanda) and Peyton List (Tory).
Cobra Kai Season 3 premiered on New Year's Day. Johnny and Daniel begin the third season dealing with the violent high school brawl that took place between their dojos, which sent Johnny's star student Miguel to the hospital.
Macchio recently addressed a number of fan theories and rumors surrounding the 1984 Karate Kid film while appearing on The Tonight Show.