The hit YouTube series will be hosted under the roof of a new streaming service when it's time for season 3.
The beloved 80s classic The Karate Kid is all set to return, this time as a top-tapping, board-breaking, crane-kicking Broadway musical.
Rob Garrison played Tommy in 1984's The Karate Kid and later reprised the role in Cobra Kai season 2.
The Balboa and LaRusso families would have been revealed to be related in the potential crossover.
False information regarding the alleged production of Rush Hour 4 and The Karate Kid 2 has been circulating.
The Karate Kid is back on the big screen this spring before getting a 4K Ultra HD release.
NECA unleashes more action from the 80s with an awesome line-up of Karate Kid toys.
In The Next Karate Kid there's no Daniel, no Johnny, and no Ali with an I, but we do get Mr. Miyagi, newcomer Hilary Swank and Michael Ironside.
The Karate Kid Part II is the prime example of how you make a sequel.
Jimmy Fallon pits Falcon actor Anthony Mackie against the original Karate Kid Ralph Macchio in the Karate Pinata challenge.
Fathom Events is bringing The Karate Kid back to theaters for a one-night-only event, along with the first two episodes of Cobra Kai.
YouTube Red has ordered a Karate Kid comedy series starring Ralph Macchio and William Zabka called Cobra Kai.
Scheduling conflicts forced director Breck Eisner to drop out of The Karate Kid 2, which has added new writers Jeremiah Friedman and Nick Palmer.
The Crazies director Breck Eisner is behind this sequel to the 2010 reboot, which grossed over $340 million worldwide.
Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan are expected to reprise their roles from the 2010 remake, which grossed over $350 million worldwide.
Cyrus Voris and Ethan Reiff could set the sequel in the U.S.