Work very hard and strike fast: Score 100% on Rotten Tomatoes in Season 5 of Cobra Kai The flashy one-liners showing old rock

high schoolers busting out advanced karate moves from the '80s are the reason audiences are going to love Season 5 of Cobra Kai.

The new season debuted on Friday has already received a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes from critics audiences.

At the end of the fourth season of Cobra, a dark cloud descended upon the city of Los Angeles. Snakes in the Grass

Terry Silver turned a leg over his Vietnam War friend Cobra Kai Karate co-founder John Craze, imprisoned for a crime

he didn't commit. Miyagi's prized disciple Daniel LaRusso forced Cobra Kai's original bad boy Johnny

Johnny Lawrence to close the doors of the dojo after losing the All Valley Under 18 Karate Tournament.

All 10 episodes of Season 5, which released on Netflix as soon as Friday, have already garnered top-shelf reviews on Rotten 

Tomatoes from critics and audiences alike. The new season follows Lawrence's own student, Miguel Diaz, 

who travels to Mexico in search of his real father. Back in the valley, LaRusso encounters another enemy from the past. 

All the time emotionally charged high school students keep beating up every 10 to 20 minutes. Chicago Tribune critic Nina Metz said

audiences need to embrace cheese, with Nerd Reactor John Nguyen calling Season 5 big and wild. An audience critic

said the show brought her back to her childhood, liberating viewers from the turmoil of today. The show debuted on YouTube,

which produced three seasons before shutting down original scripted programming, then picked up by Netflix in 2020.

The show made its way to the top of Season 4, which dropped on December 31, 2021, clocking over 120,000,000 million

hours in the first week, according to Netflix. The Karate Kid spinoff earned a proud four weeks in Netflix's

Global Top 10 for TV in early 2022, including two weeks as the streaming service's number-one show in the world.

Each season brings back a new hero/villain from the Karate Kid trilogy, which first hit theaters well into 1984.

 It was praised by critics including Robert Ebert, with an 82% audience score and an 89% rating from critics on Rotten

Tomatoes. Who had low expectations from the film. I was wrong in a way, Ebert wrote in 1984. One of the good surprises of

The Karate Kid 1984 is a thrilling, sweet-natured, heartwarming story about the most interesting friendship he has had in a long time.