Warrior is a Cinemax martial arts criminal drama that premiered on April 5, 2019. It is executive-produced by Bruce Lee’s daughter, Shannon Lee, and film director Justin Lin and is based on an original concept and treatment by Bruce Lee. The showrunner is Jonathan Tropper, who is well known for the Cinemax original series Banshee.
Cinemax renewed the series for a second season in April 2019, which will broadcast on October 2, 2020. It was Cinemax’s final original series before stopping production.
The sitcom was renewed for a third season in April 2021, along with the news that it would move to HBO Max.
Warrior’s first two seasons were created as a network original by Cinemax. Unfortunately for Warrior fans at the time, Cinemax decided to stop creating new TV shows after the second season. Thus, it was discontinued due to a change in network strategy. In the year 2021,
When will Season 3 of Warrior be released?
Justin Lin, the director of Warrior and Fast & Furious, was one of the first to wish for a third season. “There were a lot more stories to tell,” Lin says of the Warrior squad. Producers had originally planned for four or five seasons of the show, according to actor Chen Tang, who featured as Yao in Mulan: The Live Action Adventure and is now in his second season on Warrior as Hong. Following the show’s cancellation, he, too, was a vociferous proponent of a second season. This is an unavoidable change. Before Season 3 was confirmed, a petition for a third season had already surpassed its goal of 65,000 signatures.
Following months of anticipation, HBO Max published a video in April 2021 in which the cast and crew of Warrior claimed that the show would return for a second season in the future. Because HBO has yet to establish a Season 3 premiere date, and because the continued epidemic may further complicate matters, the third season will not air until late 2022 or even 2023 at the earliest.
What will Warrior season 3’s plot be?
The second season of Warrior ended with a two-pronged cliffhanger. As a result, those two lingering narrative lines will most likely be addressed when the show returns. On one hand, the imprisoned Zing (Dustin Nguyen) looks to have escaped in the final seconds of the season. His return as the leader of the Fung Hai tong should cause significant disruption in the continuing tong battles. Meanwhile, it was revealed near the end of Season 2 that Ah Sahm is Mai Ling’s brother. As a result, Season 3 should see the impact of information on inter-tong politics come to a head.
On the other hand, Mai Ling is blackmailing San Francisco mayor Samuel Blake (Christian McKay) for his past as a Confederate soldier. Their continued partnership should just add fuel to the fire. Based on previous series developments, each of these narrative developments will inevitably result in a lot of conflict and killing.
Season 3 Cast of Warrior
We know the roles will stay the same, and the actors will be eager to continue the drama. A competent director means a terrific cast. So let’s see:
- Ah Sahm, played by Andrew Koji
- Mai Ling is portrayed by Dianne Doan.
- Jones portrays Richard Henry Lee as Tom Weston.
- “Big” by Kieran Bew Bill O’Hara is an American actor.
- Ah Toy (Olivia Cheng)
- Father Jun, played by Perry Yung
- Samuel Blake is portrayed by Christin McKay.
- Young Jun (Jason Tobin)
- Penelope Blake (Joanna Vanderham)
- Byron Mercer is portrayed by Graham Hopkins.
- Miranda Raison in the role of Nellie Davenport
- Walter Franklin Buckley is portrayed by Langley Kirkwood.
- Joe Taslim portrays Li Yong.
- Lucy O’Hara (Emily Child)
- Dustin Nguyen, Zing
- Robert Crestwood is portrayed by Patrick Baladi.
- Chen Tang portraying Hong Kong
- Dylan Leary is portrayed by Dean Jagger.
- Sophie Mercer is portrayed by Celine Buckens.
- Russell Flanagan (David Butler)
It was inevitable that the renewal would take place. The show is a creator’s dream, with a compelling storyline and a high-profile cast. Despite some minor difficulties, the show was renewed, and Warrior season 3 isn’t far away. So stay tuned for a massive comeback series.
What happened in Warrior’s second season?
A great deal! To say the least, the first season’s ten episodes were action-packed. From immigrant to prisoner to enforcer to lover to coolie, Ah Sahm found himself in a tangle of situations. He was admitted into the Hop Wei tong, then outcast, and then accepted back. His sister, Mai Ling, was the leader of Long Zii, a rival tong. He began an affair with the mayor’s wife, Penelope, who broke their whirlwind romance, sending Ah Sahm into sadness.
After a real estate billionaire tried to blackmail Ah Toy (Olivia Cheng), she killed him. The brothel owner also discovered Lal, the young slave she rescued from a life of prostitution, is a skilled swordswoman.
The Fung Hai tong severely assaulted Officer Lee in punishment for Bill killing one of their debt collectors. He’s in a hospital, near death. Bill decided to become the Fung Hai’s new debt collector in order to protect Lee and his family. He began shaking down the Fung Hai’s debtors while still serving as a cop in Chinatown.
Season 3 of Warrior Trailer