Cobra Kai Season 5’s Strangest Finale Twist Explained By Showrunners

The newest season of Netflix’s Cobra Kai is out in the world and after a Season 4 that felt like a bit of a downgrade, the latest batch of episodes is a serious return to crane-kicking form. The fights are top-notch, the drama is thick, and when it all wrapped up, there were plenty of questions about what comes next, should the show be renewed for Season 6. The biggest question has to do with the most ridiculous cliffhanger the show has pulled off yet.

Warning: The following contains spoilers for all of Cobra Kai Season 5. If you’ve yet to watch the new episodes, look away now. Otherwise, you’re definitely going to be spoiled.

Throughout Season 5, sensei John Kreese (Martin Kove) was locked up for the attempted murder of Stingray (Paul Walter Hauser). Chances are you’ll recall those events unfolding at the end of Season 4–along with the fact that Kreese is actually innocent. He was framed by his former friend Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith).

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Author: Chris E. Hayner