Warrior: Season 1 — Official Final Trailer

source:   www.cinemax.com

added: Tue, Apr 2nd '19

This is a story about cheap immigrant labor, backstabbing profiteers, war-mongering politicians, deadly street wars, and mass backyard battles. "This is not China, it's Chinatown." And this is a classic American story that was based on the writings of kung-fu legend Bruce Lee.

Check out the final trailer for "Warrior," Cinemax's new 19th-century martial-arts series, which is executive produced by "Banshee" co-creator Jonathan Tropper, "Fast and Furious" director Justin Lin and Shannon Lee, daughter of Bruce Lee.

The ten-episode action drama, which takes place in 19th century San Francisco's Chinatown set against the back drop of the Tong Wars, a decades-long crime war between rival Chinese street gangs, came out of an old screenplay treatment that was written nearly 50 years ago by Bruce Lee himself.

London-born actor Andrew Koji (from Netflix's "The Innocents" and Starz's "American Gods") stars in the series as Ah Sahm, a Chinese immigrant and skilled martial-arts fighter who travels to America for a better life, only to fall in with a powerful Chinese criminal syndicate.

Co-starring Olivia Cheng (Deadly Class), Jason Tobin (The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift), and Hoon Lee (Banshee) with Tom Weston-Jones (Copper) and Christian McKay (Me and Orson Welles), "Warrior: Season 1" is due to premiere this Friday, April 5th on Cinemax.

Based on the writings of Bruce Lee, from Jonathan Tropper co-creator of Banshee and Justin Lin director of Fast & Furious comes a new Cinemax original series.

Set at the times of the Tong Wars in the late 1800s in San Francisco, the series follows a martial arts prodigy originating in China who moves to San Francisco and ends up becoming a hatchet man for the most powerful tong in Chinatown.


directed by   Assaf Bernstein (premiere episode)

starring   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, Rich Ting

release date   April 5, 2019 (on Cinemax)

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