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Action-Packed Trailer for ‘Warrior’ Season 3 Returning June 29th on Max

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We here at POC Culture have been covering Warrior since literally day 1. Based on the writings of Bruce Lee, Warrior is the best action drama on American TV possibly ever. The level of martial arts skill and choreography is certainly unmatched by anything else currently available in the U.S.

Warrior, executive produced by Bruce Lee’s daughter, Shannon Lee, and Justin Lin, originally aired on Cinemax for two seasons. When Cinemax made the decision to move away from original programming, the fate of Warrior was up in the air. Thankfully, Warner Media’s Max made the incredibly smart decision to bring the series over to its platform and renew it for a third season. The move to Max was fantastic for the series itself as it allowed for broader audiences to discover the show. As good as Warrior is, its exposure what somewhat stifled on Cinemax, a premium channel that is often overlooked compared to channels like HBO or Showtime.

Warrior Season 3 Trailer

Today, Max released a sizzling new trailer for the third season, set to premiere with two episodes exclusively on Thursday, June 29th.

Warrior features one of the most talented, predominantly-Asian casts ever, including Joe Taslim, Andrew Koji, Jason Tobin, Dustin Nguyen, Olivia Cheng and Dianne Doan. For season 3, Mark Dacascos will be adding his considerable talents and charm to the cast. The third season also includes Kieran Bew, Dean Jagger, Tom Weston-Jones, Hoon Lee, Perry Yung, Langley Kirkwood, Miranda Raison, Chen Tang, and Chelsea Muirhead.

Warrior Key Art with (L-R) Dianne Doan, Andrew Koji and Jason Tobin
Warrior Key Art with (L-R) Dianne Doan, Andrew Koji and Jason Tobin

Warrior is produced for Max by Perfect Storm Entertainment, Tropper Ink Productions and Bruce Lee Entertainment. Executive producers: showrun and executive produced by Evan Endicott, Josh Stoddard; Jonathan Tropper (creator); Justin Lin, Danielle Woodrow and Andrew Schneider on behalf of Perfect Storm Entertainment; Shannon Lee for Bruce Lee Entertainment; Brad Kane; Richard Sharkey. Co-executive produced by Lillian Yu and Francisca X Hu.

The third season is described as follows: In the wake of the race riots that upended Chinatown in season two, Mai Ling uses her government connections to consolidate power, while Ah Sahm and the Hop Wei must find new ways to survive.

There isn’t a show with better action, and the drama and layered characters are excellent too. Don’t miss this third season and let’s hope for more!

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Ron is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of POC Culture.  He is a big believer in the power and impact of pop culture and the importance of representation in media.

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