Want to watch Warrior? Here’s where you can stream the martial arts series

Where to watch full episodes of the crime drama series Warrior

The cast of Warrior TV series

Craving kung fu fury and historical grit? Look no further than Warrior, the exhilarating martial arts series that kicked down doors (and stereotypes) from 2019 to 2023. But where can you catch this masterfully choreographed spectacle? Read on to learn more about the action-packed series and discover the streaming services that carry it.

What is the TV series Warrior about?

Warrior is a television series based on an original concept by martial artist and actor Bruce Lee. The show is set in San Francisco’s Chinatown during the late 19th century and follows Ah Sahm, a martial arts prodigy from China who immigrates to San Francisco in search of his sister.

Ah Sahm becomes embroiled in the Tong Wars, which were violent conflicts between Chinese Tongs (organized crime groups) in the late 1800s. As Ah Sahm becomes involved with one of the most powerful Tongs in Chinatown, he must navigate the complex and dangerous world of organized crime while facing discrimination and challenges from both Chinese and non-Chinese communities.

Warrior is known for its intense martial arts sequences, historical setting, and its portrayal of the struggles faced by the Chinese immigrant community during a tumultuous period in American history. The series explores themes of immigration, racism, and the clash of cultures in a historical context.

Andrew Koji as Ah Sahm in the TV series Warrior
Andrew Koji as Ah Sahm in the TV series Warrior

Who are the cast and crew of the TV series Warrior?

Warrior boasts a talented cast and crew that bring the series to life! Here’s a breakdown of some key players:

Main Cast

  • Andrew Koji as Ah Sahm: The central protagonist, a skilled martial artist struggling to find his place in the Tong-riddled Chinatown.
  • Olivia Cheng as Ah Toy: A powerful brothel madam with her own ambitions and a fierce protector of her girls.
  • Jason Tobin as Young Jun: The son of the Hop Wei Tong leader, torn between his family loyalty and his growing conscience.
  • Dianne Doan as Mai Ling: Ah Sahm’s sister, who mysteriously disappeared before his arrival in San Francisco.
  • Joanna Vanderham as Penelope Blake: A young woman involved in social justice movements, who clashes with and eventually aligns with Ah Sahm.
  • Hoon Lee as Wang Chao: The charismatic leader of the Hop Wei Tong, navigating the treacherous waters of Tong politics.
  • Perry Yung as Father Jun: The leader of the Hop Wei Tong and Young Jun’s father.
  • Joe Taslim as Li Yong: A skilled assassin and rival of Ah Sahm, known for his ruthlessness and unpredictable nature.
  • Tom Weston-Jones as Richard Henry Lee: A police officer from Savannah, Georgia. His family fought for the Confederacy, so he is disliked by his Irish colleagues, who are Union veterans.

Crew

  • Jonathan Tropper: Creator and showrunner, drawing inspiration from Bruce Lee’s writings and experiences.
  • Justin Lin: Executive producer, bringing his expertise in action films to the series.
  • Shannon Lee (Bruce Lee’s daughter): Executive producer, ensuring the show honors her father’s legacy and vision.
A scene from the TV series Warrior
A scene from the TV series Warrior

Where to stream the TV series Warrior online

The three seasons of Warrior are currently streaming on Max (formerly HBO Max) in the United States. You can also rent or buy episodes of the show on Amazon Instant Video, Apple TV, Google Play, and Vudu.

The show premiered on April 5, 2019, and wrapped its three-season run on August 17, 2023. It initially ran for two seasons at Cinemax before that network backed out of the original programming market altogether. In 2021, Max picked up the show for a third season, which finally aired in the summer of 2023, with the final episode dropping in mid-August. In December 2023, the series was canceled by Max.

Will the TV series Warrior be available on Netflix?

Yes, Warrior will be available on Netflix. It will arrive on the streaming service in February 2024. This timeframe applies to the United States and most regions, although specific dates might vary slightly depending on your location.

Although Warrior will be available on Netflix, the show will remain available on other platforms, including Max, which is its original home.

While there have been discussions about a potential fourth season if the show performs well on Netflix, there’s no official confirmation yet.

Warrior Season 1 Trailer | Rotten Tomatoes TV
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