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Bruce Lee’s ‘Warrior’ Series Is Finally Streaming On HBO Max


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Martial arts legend Bruce Lee first pitched the Warrior TV series back in 1971, however it was never given the greenlight until now. Lee unfortunately passed away in 1973 but the Cinemax original show makes his dream come to life, and both seasons are now streaming on HBO Max as of January 1.

The Cinemax action-drama is based on Bruce Lee’s original pitch and produced by Jonathan Tropper (Banshee), Justin Lin (Fast & Furious) and Bruce Lee’s daughter, Shannon Lee. Warrior takes place in late 1870s San Francisco, centering on the story of kung fu master Ah Sahm (Andrew Koji, who starred in 2020’s Snake Eyes) who travels to America in search of his sister. Sahm instead gets wrapped up stuck in the middle of dealing with a war between rival gangs, crooked cops, and violent anti-Chinese sentiment fueled by politicians.

Bruce Lee’s cinematic iconography and personal philosophies are peppered into Warrior with subtle mentions and advanced martial arts choreography. It’s the perfect crime noir for fans of the martial arts genre.

Read our full review of Warrior Season 1 right here.

As of right now, Warrior is unofficially canceled after Cinemax decided to end all of its original scripted programming due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Justin Lin and Shannon Lee, however, are hoping for a third season on HBO Max now that rights have been purchased by the popular WarnerMedia platform.

Speaking to Inverse in September 2020, Lee had said: “My father always said, the individual man is always more important than a system. [Warrior] means everything. Without it in the world, it doesn’t get to spark curiosity or open people’s minds and entertain and attract people to my father and his work. It’s meaningful that I got to get his project to fruition, and to finish his work. I continue to hold out hope for a Season 3, or some conclusion to our show, because it is not concluded.”

Michael is a music and television junkie keen on most things that are not a complete and total bore. You can follow him on Twitter — @Tweetskoor

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