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Warrior: Is the Cinemax TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

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Will Ah Sahm live to fight another day? Has the Warrior TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Cinemax? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Warrior, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?  

What's This TV Show About?

A Cinemax action drama, Warrior stars Andrew Koji, Kieran Bew, Olivia Cheng, Dianne Doan, Dean Jagger, Langley Kirkwood, Hoon Lee, Christian McKay, Joe Taslim, Jason Tobin, Joanna Vanderham, Tom Weston-Jones, and Perry Yung. The series follows Chinese immigrant Ah Sahm (Koji), who arrives in San Francisco in 1878, during the Tong Wars, to look for his sister, Mai Ling (Doan). As a gifted fighter, it is not long before one of the local organized crime
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Warrior: Season One Ratings

Some series have to fight a long time to make it to the small screen, but perhaps none has been in the ring longer than the new Warrior TV show on Cinemax. The late martial arts legend Bruce Lee first conceived of the concept, but passed away in 1973. Decades later his daughter, Shannon Lee, brought the treatment to Justin Lin, and they enlisted Banshee vet Jonathan Tropper to create a thoroughly modern script for this period piece. Now that has made it to premium cable, does it have the mettle to earn a return? Will Warrior be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned. *Status update below.

A Cinemax action drama, Warrior stars Andrew Koji, Kieran Bew, Olivia Cheng, Dianne Doan, Dean Jagger, Langley Kirkwood, Hoon Lee, Christian McKay, Joe Taslim, Jason Tobin, Joanna Vanderham, Tom Weston-Jones, and Perry Yung. The series follows Chinese
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Bruce Lee-inspired Warrior renewed for second season by Cinemax

Cinemax has handed out an early renewal to its period crime drama Warrior, with the show set to return for a second season next year.

Based on the writings of martial arts icon Bruce Lee and executive produced by Jonathan Tropper (Banshee) and Justin Lin (Fast & Furious), Warrior takes place during the brutal Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the second half of the 19th century and follows Ah Sahm, a martial arts prodigy who immigrates from China to San Francisco under mysterious circumstances and becomes a hatchet man for one of Chinatown’s most powerful gangs.

Warrior’s ten-episode first season premiered on Cinemax earlier this month, and features a cast that includes Andrew Koji, Olivia Cheng, Jason Tobin, Dianne Doan, Joanna Vanderham, Hoon Lee, Tom Weston-Jones, Kieran Bew, Dean S. Jagger, Christian McKay, Perry Yung, Joe Taslim, Langley Kirkwood, and Rich Ting.

The post Bruce
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Warrior: Season One Viewer Votes

How goes Ah Sahm's fight during the first season of the Warrior TV show on Cinemax? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like Warrior is cancelled or renewed for season two. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of the Warrior season one episodes here. *Status update below.

A Cinemax action drama, Warrior stars Andrew Koji, Kieran Bew, Olivia Cheng, Dianne Doan, Dean Jagger, Langley Kirkwood, Hoon Lee, Christian McKay, Joe Taslim, Jason Tobin, Joanna Vanderham, Tom Weston-Jones, and Perry Yung. The series follows Chinese immigrant Ah Sahm (Koji), who arrives in San Francisco in 1878, during the Tong Wars, looking for his sister, Mai Ling (Doan). As a gifted fighter,
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Warrior: Season Two; Cinemax Renews Series Based on Writings of Bruce Lee

Cinemax is heading back to San Francisco. The network just announced they've renewed Warrior for a second season.

Based on the writings of Bruce Lee, the historical drama "kicks off in San Francisco’s Chinatown, in the year 1878, during the Tong Wars. The tongs were Chinese organized crime factions." The cast includes Andrew Koji, Kieran Bew, Olivia Cheng, Dianne Doan, Dean Jagger, Langley Kirkwood, Hoon Lee, and Christian McKay.

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Film Review: ‘Mia and the White Lion’

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Film Review: ‘Mia and the White Lion’
Director Gilles de Maistre had good intentions at heart bringing an animal activist message to the mainstream with “Mia and the White Lion.” The craft and care it took to capture a portrait of a headstrong young girl and her unconventional friendship with a white lion is astounding, considering the filming spanned a few years so the actress could authentically bond with the animal. This sweetly sentimental feature — aimed squarely at the family demographic, particularly those with small children — will assuredly connect with animal lovers, with one big caveat: There’s a whiplash-inducing reveal that could prove traumatic to some of those same folks.

Ten-year-old Mia Owen (Daniah De Villiers) has recently moved from London to South Africa and is struggling with lots of complicated feelings. Her frustration and angst over this sudden lifestyle change has prevented her from fitting in at her new school, as she gets in fights with classmates and teachers alike.
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Warrior

Network: Cinemax.

Episodes: Ongoing (hour).

Seasons: Ongoing.

TV show dates: April 5, 2019 — present.

Series status: Has not been cancelled.

Performers include: Andrew Koji, Kieran Bew, Olivia Cheng, Dianne Doan, Dean Jagger, Langley Kirkwood, Hoon Lee, Christian McKay, Joe Taslim, Jason Tobin, Joanna Vanderham, Tom Weston-Jones, and Perry Yung.

TV show description:

From creator Jonathan Tropper, the Warrior TV show is based on the writings of the late martial artist extraordinaire Bruce Lee. The action drama kicks off in San Francisco's Chinatown, in the year 1878, during the Tong Wars. The tongs were Chinese organized crime factions.

Warrior centers on new Chinese immigrant Ah Sahm (Koji), who has come to the Us in search of his sister, Mai Ling (Doan). As a
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‘Warrior’ Review: Bruce Lee’s Vision of Chinese in the Old West Comes to Rowdy, Violent Life on Cinemax

‘Warrior’ Review: Bruce Lee’s Vision of Chinese in the Old West Comes to Rowdy, Violent Life on Cinemax
With the arrival of the long-gestating “Warrior” on Cinemax, justice for Bruce Lee has never tasted so bloody bittersweet. The martial arts legend pitched the concept for a series in which he’d star as a Chinese hired muscle in the Old West, but instead, the concept was tweaked and became the whitewashed “Kung Fu” series starring David Carradine. Nearly 50 years later, Lee’s original vision has come to television thanks to his daughter Shannon Lee, “Fast and the Furious” director Justin Lin, and “Banshee” creator Jonathan Tropper. As direct and forceful as Bruce Lee’s famed one-inch punch, “Warrior” is short on subtlety but delivers all the adrenaline-pumping martial arts smackdowns one would expect from both the master and from Cinemax’s brutal brand.

In the series, Chinese immigrant Ah Sahm (Andrew Koji) arrives in San Francisco 1878 on a personal mission, but when his fighting skills come to light,
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New trailer for Bruce Lee-inspired crime drama Warrior

Ahead of its premiere this Friday, a new teaser trailer has arrived online for Cinemax’s action crime drama series Warrior, which is based upon an original concept by martial arts icon Bruce Lee; watch the teaser here…

Warrior is a gritty, action-packed crime drama set during the brutal Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the second half of the 19th century. The series follows Ah Sahm, a martial arts prodigy who immigrates from China to San Francisco under mysterious circumstances and becomes a hatchet man for one of Chinatown’s most powerful tongs (Chinese organized crime family).

Warrior features a cast that includes Andrew Koji, Olivia Cheng, Jason Tobin, Dianne Doan, Joanna Vanderham, Hoon Lee, Tom Weston-Jones, Kieran Bew, Dean S. Jagger, Christian McKay, Perry Yung, Joe Taslim, Langley Kirkwood, and Rich Ting.

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"Warrior" on Cinemax

"Warrior" is a new live-action series, created by Jonathan Tropper and Justin Lin, based on the writings of martial arts star Bruce Lee, debuting on Cinemax April 5, 2019:

"...set at the times of the 'Tong Wars' in the late 1800's in San Francisco, California, the series follows 'Ah Sahm', a martial arts prodigy from China who immigrates to San Francisco...

"...and ends up becoming a protector for the most powerful tong in Chinatown..."

Cast includes Andrew Koji, Olivia Cheng, Jason Tobin, Dianne Doan, Kieran Bew, Dean S. Jagger, Joanna Vanderham, Tom Weston-Jones, Hoon Lee, Joe Taslim, Langley Kirkwood, Christian McKay, Perry Yung, Arthur Falko, Rich Ting and Dustin Nguyen.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Warrior"...
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Badass Full Trailer for the Bruce Lee-Inspired Martial Arts Series Warrior

We’ve already seen a couple of teaser trailers for Cinemax’s Bruce Lee-inspired martial arts series, Warrior. Now today we have a full trailer to share with you, and it seriously kicks ass! This trailer is definitely going to get fans pumped up for this show.

I’m a huge fan of Bruce Lee, and the fact that we are getting a series like this based on his own ideas and writing is extremely cool!

The series was developed by Justin Lin (Fast & Furious, Star Trek Beyond), and it comes from a project that was being developed by Bruce Lee before he passed away.

Warrior is a gritty, action-packed crime drama set during the brutal Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the second half of the 19th century. The series follows Ah Sahm, a martial arts prodigy who immigrates from China to San Francisco under mysterious circumstances,
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Bruce Lee-inspired Warrior gets a new trailer and poster

Ahead of its premiere next month, Cinemax has released a trailer and poster for Warrior, the upcoming crime drama series which is based on the writings of martial arts icon Bruce Lee; check them out here…

Warrior is a gritty, action-packed crime drama set during the brutal Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the second half of the 19th century. The series follows Ah Sahm, a martial arts prodigy who immigrates from China to San Francisco under mysterious circumstances and becomes a hatchet man for one of Chinatown’s most powerful tongs (Chinese organized crime family).

Warrior features a cast that includes Andrew Koji, Olivia Cheng, Jason Tobin, Dianne Doan, Joanna Vanderham, Hoon Lee, Tom Weston-Jones, Kieran Bew, Dean S. Jagger, Christian McKay, Perry Yung, Joe Taslim, Langley Kirkwood, and Rich Ting.

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‘Warrior’ Trailer: Cinemax First Look At Bruce Lee-Inspired Period Action Drama Packs A Huge Punch

  • Deadline
Cinemax has released the first trailer and key art for the forthcoming action drama series Warrior created and executive produced by Jonathan Tropper (Banshee) under Tropper Ink Productions and Justin Lin on behalf of Perfect Storm Entertainment. The ten-episode season will make its debut on April 5.

Based on the writings of the legendary Bruce Lee, Warrior is set in set during the brutal Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the second half of the 19th century. The series follows Ah Sahm (Andrew Koji), a martial arts prodigy who emigrates from China to San Francisco under mysterious circumstances and becomes a hatchet man for one of Chinatown’s most powerful tongs — also known as a Chinese organized crime family. Based on the trailer above, we can expect some of the most top-notch fight choreography and action drama that keeps in the spirt of Mr. Lee.

The series also stars Kieran Bew,
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Daniah De Villiers in Us Trailer for Adventure 'Mia and the White Lion'

"I'm going to get you to somewhere safe... and then you'll be free." A new official Us trailer has debuted for the charming adventure Mia and the White Lion, which was first released last year in France under the title Mia et le lion blanc - since it's made by a French filmmaker, though the dialogue is mostly in English. The story is about a young girl from London who moves to Africa with her parents where she befriends a white lion cub. After the lion grows up, she decides to set out on a journey across the South African savanna in search of another land where Charlie can live out his life in freedom. Daniah De Villiers stars as Mia, with a full cast including Mélanie Laurent, Langley Kirkwood, Ryan Mac Lennan, Lionel Newton, Lillian Dube, and Brandon Auret. This was shot at the Welgedacht Reserve in South Africa,
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First look images and trailer for Bruce Lee-inspired series Warrior

Entertainment Weekly has revealed a batch of first look images for the Justin lin-produced series Warrior. Based on the writings of Bruce Lee, the crime drama is set to premiere on April 4th on Cinemax; take a look at the images below along with a new teaser trailer for the series…

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Warrior is a gritty, action-packed crime drama set during the brutal Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the second half of the 19th century. The series follows Ah Sahm, a martial arts prodigy who immigrates from China to San Francisco under mysterious circumstances and becomes a hatchet man for one of Chinatown’s most powerful tongs (Chinese organized crime family).

Warrior features a cast that includes Andrew Koji, Olivia Cheng, Jason Tobin, Dianne Doan, Joanna Vanderham, Hoon Lee, Tom Weston-Jones, Kieran Bew, Dean S. Jagger,
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Warrior: Cinemax Sets Debut of Drama Series Based on Writings of Bruce Lee

The legacy of Bruce Lee is coming to Cinemax. The network just announced the premiere date for their new TV show, Warrior.

Based on the writings of Bruce Lee, the drama series "is a gritty, action-packed crime drama set during the brutal Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the second half of the 19th century." The cast includes Andrew Koji, Kieran Bew, Olivia Cheng, Dianne Doan, Dean Jagger, Langley Kirkwood, Hoon Lee, Christian McKay, Joe Taslim, Jason Tobin, Joanna Vanderham, Tom Weston-Jones, and Perry Yung.

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Film News Roundup: Family Adventure ‘Mia and the White Lion’ Set for U.S. Release

  • Variety
In today’s film news roundup, a film about a white lion named Charlie is getting a U.S. release, 3 Arts makes a key hire and Gravitas buys the documentary “Mosul.”

Release Date

Ledafilms Entertainment Group has set an April 12 release for the family adventure film, “Mia and the White Lion,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Shot over the course of three years, the film centers on a willful young girl named Mia whose family decides to leave London to manage a lion farm in South Africa. She bonds with a white lion cub named Charlie but become distraught by the thought that he could be in harm and sets out on a journey across the South African savanna in search of another land where Charlie can live out his life in freedom.

French director Gilles De Maistre shot the film at the Welgedacht Reserve in South Africa. The film
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Bruce Lee-inspired Warrior TV series gets a teaser trailer

A new teaser has been released for season 1 of the upcoming crime drama Warrior. Based on the writings of Bruce Lee, the Cinemax Original series stars Andrew Koji, Olivia Cheng, Jason Tobin, Dianne Doan, Joanna Vanderham, Hoon Lee, Tom Weston-Jones, Kieran Bew, Dean S. Jagger, Christian McKay, Perry Yung, Joe Taslim, Langley Kirkwood, and Rich Ting; watch it here…

Warrior is a gritty, action-packed crime drama set during the brutal Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the second half of the 19th century. The series follows Ah Sahm, a martial arts prodigy who immigrates from China to San Francisco under mysterious circumstances and becomes a hatchet man for one of Chinatown’s most powerful tongs (Chinese organized crime family).

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‘The Girl in the Spider’s Web’ With Claire Foy to Premiere at Rome Film Festival

  • Variety
Sony’s “The Girl in the Spider’s Web,” starring Claire Foy as avenging heroine Lisbeth Salander, is set to world-premiere at the Rome Film Festival, which announced a strong lineup Friday mixing crowd-pleasers with esoteric titles. The festival also boasts an impressive roster of speakers who will hold onstage conversations, including Martin Scorsese, Sigourney Weaver and Cannes artistic director Thierry Fremaux.

Foy, who takes over the role previously played by Noomi Rapace in the “Millennium” saga by late author Stieg Larsson, is expected to make an appearance on Rome’s red carpet, along with several key cast members, including Sverrir Gudnason, Sylvia Hoeks, and director Fede Alvarez. The movie is based on the novel by David Lagercrantz, who continued Larsson’s “Millennium” series.

Sony has set a Nov. 9 U.S. release date for “Spider’s Web,” preceded by an international roll-out beginning this month. The date of the Rome
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Banshee, Ep. 3.10: “We All Pay Eventually” continues opening doors

Banshee, Season 3: Episode 10 – “We All Pay Eventually”

Written by Jennifer Ames & Steve Turner

Directed by Loni Peristere

Returns to Cinemax in 2016 for a fourth season

In all of the craziness that is “We All Pay Eventually,” Banshee displays its growth over three gripping years by giving two supporting characters the chance to verbalize the heart of the episode, season and series thus far:

“I am guys like that…I will always be that man…I am doing everything I can to change. And every once in a while, I manage to convince myself that I’m a better person.”

And when Bunker gets so angry, Brock shows him what that really is:

“That isn’t anger that you’re feeling. That’s the shame and guilt…That is what makes you better than them. If you didn’t feel that, that’s when I’d start to worry.”

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