Cinemax has announced the Warrior Season 2 premiere month, revealed the teaser trailer, and provided us with photos that you can view below. While no specific day was announced, the ten-episode season will debut in October 2020.
The series will be available on demand and on MaxGo.com.
Based on the writings of martial arts legend Bruce Lee, Warrior was created by and is executive produced by Jonathan Tropper (Banshee) under Tropper Ink Productions, executive produced by Justin Lin (director of Star Trek Beyond and Fast & Furious 9) for Perfect Storm Entertainment and executive produced by Shannon Lee for Bruce Lee Entertainment.
Warrior is a gritty, action-packed crime drama set during the brutal Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late 19th century. The series follows Ah Sahm (Andrew Koji), a martial arts prodigy who emigrates from China to San Francisco under mysterious circumstances.
After proving his worth as a fighter, Ah Sahm becomes a hatchet man for the Hop Wei, one of Chinatown’s most powerful Tongs (Chinese organized crime family).
Season two follows rival Chinatown Tongs as they fight for dominance amidst the growing anti-Chinese fervor that threatens to destroy them all.
The second season of Warrior features returning series regulars Kieran Bew (The Street), Celine Buckens (War Horse), Olivia Cheng (Marco Polo), Dianne Doan (Vikings), Dean Jagger (Game of Thrones), Andrew Koji (Snake Eyes), and Langley Kirkwood (Banshee).
Also starring are Hoon Lee (Banshee), Christian McKay (Me and Orson Welles), Joe Taslim (A Night Comes for Us), Jason Tobin (Fast & Furious 9), Joanna Vanderham (Eddie & Sunny), Tom Weston-Jones (Dickensian) and Perry Yung (The Knick).
Warrior is produced for Cinemax by Perfect Storm Entertainment, Tropper Ink Productions and Bruce Lee Entertainment; created and executive produced by Jonathan Tropper. Justin Lin and Andrew Schneider executive produce on behalf of Perfect Storm Entertainment. Shannon Lee executive produces for Bruce Lee Entertainment. The series is executive produced by Brad Kane and Richard Sharkey, and co-executive produced by Kenneth Lin, Evan Endicott and Josh Stoddard.