In this edition of TV Bits: Plot details revealed of YouTube Red’s Karate Kid sequel, Cobra Kai. The Punisher releases its first official images. CBS won’t lift the Star Trek Discovery review embargo until it airs. The Game of Thrones season 7 Blu-ray is packed with new details and bonus content. Show More Summary
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The sun's still out as cars file into a dirt field off Woodley Avenue in Lake Balboa, creating uniform rows in front of an inflatable screen. Even though the evening's open-air movie — Valley-set classic, The Karate Kid — won't start for another hour or so, people have come early...
In the episode of LRM TV Podcast Mike and Mark go over some of the big news pieces of the last week including the announcement of The Karate Kid TV Show. Then they breakdown an iconic 1980's toy series that led to a tv show and liveShow More Summary
The movie-themed episodes of The Goldbergs have been fan favorites, and favorites of creator Adam F. Goldberg. Movies like The Karate Kid, Dirty Dancing, Short Circuit and Batman have provided the basis for several episodes of the family sitcom. Show More Summary
Given that the average YouTube viewer tends to skew a bit younger, the platform’s premium Red subscription service is taking an unexpected turn back to the mid-80s with its latest original series, Cobra Kai -- based on The Karate Kid...Show More Summary
On the /Film Daily podcast for August 7, 2017, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Brad Oman to talk about the Karate Kid tv series sequel, the tone of DC’s Shazam, the future of The Dark Tower, Aladdin casting, and Tina Fey in Great News. Show More Summary
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The original 1984 Karate Kid reached its climax when our hero Danny LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) faced his nemesis Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) in the All Valley Karate Tournament. Although the sequels went on to other adventures, andShow More Summary
You'd better start practicing those crane kicks again! More than 30 years after Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence faced off in one of cinema's most iconic showdowns, 'The Karate Kid' is making a comeback.
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YouTube Red, a paid streaming subscription service exclusively for YouTube that offers premium content, has a new series on the way with Cobra Kai, a continuation of the classic 1984 film The Karate Kid, after winning a bidding war with Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and AMC. Scheduled to premiere in 2018, the sequel is set to […]
TV's reboot and revival trend is continuing at an unlikely outlet: YouTube Red, which is bringing back the stars of the 1984 movie The Karate Kid for a new series set 30 years later. Ralph Macchio, who played Daniel LaRusso in the '80s franchise, will reunite with William Zabka, who played nemesis Johnny Lawrence, for...
But isn't the fact that Johnny Lawrence still carries a grudge towards this high school incident kind of... sad?
It will be the best around! Former teen stars Ralph Macchio and William Zabka will be back in Cobra Kai!, a series that picks up some time after the legendary Miagi taught Daniel to apply wax, and Johnny swept the leg to no avail. The title gives a hint as to what the series will be about. Show More Summary
A new TV series brings the “Karate Kid” franchise to television, with both Ralph Macchio and his adversary William Zabka reprising their signature roles. The half-hour series, “Cobra Kai,” has a 10-episode order from YouTube Red, with plans for the...
Ralph Macchio and William Zabka talk with reporters about YouTube Red's upcoming 10-episode comedy series. read more
Susanne Daniels also fielded questions about the audience for subscription service YouTube Red and hosted a panel with the team behind upcoming original series 'Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television.' read more