The action-packed drama series Warrior will return for its ten-episode second season this Friday, and fans couldn’t be happier.
The last few years we’ve seen television interestingly play around with genre.
In addition to reviewing season 2, I had the fortunate opportunity to talk with Andrew Koji about “Warrior” season 2.
Cinemax’s “Warrior” is returning for its second season on October 2nd.
Being transported back to 1870’s Chinatown felt pretty incredible; let me elaborate:
Well, time for me to get a Cinemax account!
If you’re a 90’s baby then you played a part in the huge mainstream wave of car movies that were released throughout the early 2000’s.
Over 50 years after it was originally pitched, the late actor and martial arts legend Bruce Lee is bringing his vision back to television in ‘Warrior’ with the help of his daughter, Shannon Lee, and creator Jonathon Tropper.
HBO and Cinemax are the home of the new drama series ‘Warrior’, an Asian led action and drama ten-episode series created and executive produced by Jonathan Tropper.
Cinemax hosted a special screening for their new upcoming series “Warrior” at Villain NYC in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.