“Warrior” canceled after season 3, show moves to Netflix

After a fantastically rated season three, Max’s “Warrior” has been canceled. During its three season run, the cult favorite devoured all things about the show. Warrior is based off the teachings of Bruce Lee and has Shannon Lee, Bruce’s daughter, as the executive producer.

Not all hope is lost as Warrior will debut on Netflix, moving on from Max, in February of 2024.

Warrior canceled: what’s next?


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With the show moving to Netflix, fans are clamoring for new information on their favorite show. It’s widely seen as a well done and successful show. Season one got a 79% on Rotten Tomatoes and seasons 2 and 3 got an acclaimed 100%.

Shannon Lee said that the show will have a home and hopefully, with enough support, can make a valiant comeback.

“If anything can be said about Warrior, with Bruce Lee in our corner, our indomitable spirit is REAL! And so, my wish is that the huge global Netflix audience LOVES Warrior and from that Love more goodness flows – in the form of greater recognition for our talented cast and crew who deserve all the things, in the form of passionate fandom for this relevant kick ass show and, if I dare to dream, in the form of an opportunity to continue our story for our amazing fans who, thanks to Netflix, will have grown in number and enthusiasm!”

With the show moving from Max to Netflix, that may be an option. Getting a season four together will be difficult, however. All the actors were released from their contracts and getting all of them back together would be difficult from a business standpoint.

Warrior was starred by Andrew Koji, who starred in Snake Eyes, Bullet Train and Fast & Furious 6. Also in the show was Olivia Cheng, Jason Tobin, and more. Also in the show for an episode was former UFC champion Michael Bisping.

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Blaine Henry
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