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The trailer for the third season of Cobra Kai is here.
The popular Netflix show, which is set 30 years after the events in the Karate Kid movie, is set to return for a third helping in January.
According to Netflix: "Season three finds everyone reeling in the aftermath of the violent high school brawl between their dojos, which has left Miguel in a precarious condition.
"While Daniel searches for answers in his past and Johnny seeks redemption, Kreese further manipulates his vulnerable students with his own vision of dominance.
"The soul of the Valley is at stake, and the fate of every student and sensei hangs in the balance."
As you can imagine, fans are getting pretty excited after seeing the trailer.
One wrote: "This is what we've been waiting for!"
Another said: "Chozen is back, Kumiko is back, Demetri tripping Hawk in soccer like Bobby did to Daniel in the original Karate Kid film. This season is going to be epic!"
While a third posted: "Hell yeah. This is gonna be incredible. High praise to the cast and crew for blowing the lid off of this and continuing on!"
Someone else wrote: "Y'all I'm crying I was not expecting it to be this epic."
The Karate Kid spin-off series sees William Zabka and Ralph Macchio reprising their respective roles as Johnny Lawrence and Daniel LaRusso.
Netflix acquired the first two seasons of the show - which originally aired on YouTube Premium (formerly known as YouTube Red) - back in June, and since finding a new home viewers have been loving it.
And, although, we're only just getting our first proper glimpse at the third season, earlier this year Netflix confirmed its been snapped up for a fourth.
In a statement, Netflix said: "Netflix has renewed Cobra Kai, the series continuation of the iconic The Karate Kid film franchise from Sony Pictures Television, for a fourth season."
Cobra Kai season three drops on 8 January 2021 - you can catch up with the first two seasons now.