Wonderful news for those who support the Warriors! Originally airing on Cinemax, the Bruce Lee–inspired martial arts series was put in limbo when the network stated it would no longer develop original content following the debut of HBO Max.
The show, however, has been renewed for a third season by HBO Max. Whew! Shannon Lee, Bruce Lee’s daughter and the executive producer of Warrior, tells Inverse, “I feel elated.” It seems to have all come together for a reason.
In a way, it’s only natural. I’m looking forward to having our collective opinion heard again in the thick of things.
Synopsis of Warrior, Season 3
Despite the fact that the first two seasons focused mostly on Ah Sahm’s quest to find his sister. Can you think of any variations?
Or will there be a surprise in this episode? Obviously not; we’re merely interested in the potential advantages that the Tong War era may provide to Ah Sahm. Would they let him go free? And would he take part in such horrors?
The story of the upcoming season should keep us guessing and shock us. The story for Warrior’s third season may or may not have been written at this point.
Trooper, Shannon Lee, and Lynn are all likely to have strong feelings about where the show should go based on the season two cliffhanger.
Also, now that Warrior has been extended for a second season, viewers can rest easy knowing that the show will continue to take cues from Bruce Lee’s works.
When will the third season of Warrior be available to watch online?
Rolling Stone magazine included this show in their list of the greatest new TV shows after watching the first season and reviewing it. The success of the first season prompted the Cinemax team to start work on a second season.
As of April 24th, 2019, Cinemax has officially renewed this series production. On October 2, 2020, the second season of Warrior was launched. After its initial airing, this show was met with widespread critical acclaim and eventually achieved a 79% approval rating for its first two seasons.
Even though the martial arts show has been renewed for a second season and is switching networks from Cinemax to HBO Max, a premiere date has not yet been set. Due to declining subscriptions, Cinemax decided to discontinue season 3 at the beginning of 2020.
Nonetheless, after the show’s 2020 HBO Max debut, the show attracted a sizable fan base. Due to the show’s success on the new streaming service, many viewers were left wondering if the warrior will return.
Officially, the Warrior has been revived after months of anticipation and some skepticism. On Twitter, HBO Max recently confirmed the renewal of the series, and its expected run length of 10 episodes.
The third season of Warrior will be broadcast on HBO Max. The announcement came in the spring of 2021, in April. The third season will launch on HBO Max in 2023 and will consist of ten episodes.
Warrior Season 3 Cast:
- Andrew Koji as Ah Sahm
- Olivia Cheng as Ah Toy
- Jason Tobin as Young Jun
- Dianne Doan as Mai Ling
- Kieran Bew as “Big” Bill O’Hara
- Dean Jagger as Dylan Leary
- Joanna Vanderham as Penelope Blake
- Tom Weston – Jones as Richard Henry Lee
- Langley Kirkwood as Walter Franklin Buckley
- Christin McKay as Samuel Blake
- Perry Yung as Father Jun
- Joe Taslim as Li Yong
- Dustin Nguyen as Zing
- Celine Buckens as Sophie Mercer
- Miranda Raison as Nellie Davenport
- Chen Tang as Hong
- Emily Child as Lucy O’Hara
- Graham Hopkins as Byron Mercer
- David Butler as Russell Flanagan
- Patrick Baladi as Robert Crestwood
The first season of Warrior premiered on April 5, 2019, with the second season premiering on October 2, 2020. Each season of Warrior features ten episodes.
The first two seasons of Warrior are now available on Cinemax. Action, drama, and martial arts are all featured in the series Warrior.
Warriors is a show developed by Jonathan Tropper. Warrior was created by Jonathan Tropper, Justis Lin, Danielle Woodrow, Shannon Lee, Andrew Schneider, and Richard Sharkey, who also served as executive producers.
Warrior aired in America in English, in China in Mandarin, and in Hong Kong in Cantonese. The duration of a single episode of the show Warrior might be anywhere between 44 and 66 minutes.
Produced by Tropper Ink Productions, Perfect Storm Entertainment, and Bruce Lee Entertainment, the series Warrior debuted on Netflix on March 31, 2019.