Warrior Season 3 Release Date, Plot, Cast, Trailer and Everything You Need to Know

Warrior is an American martial arts crime drama television series that premiered on Cinemax on April 5, 2019. It is based on Bruce Lee’s original concept and treatment, and it is co-produced by his daughter, Shannon Lee, and film director Justin Lin. The showrunner is Jonathan Tropper, best known for his work on the Cinemax original series Banshee.

Cinemax renewed the series for a second season, which will premiere on October 2, 2020. It was Cinemax’s final series before ceasing original programming production.

The series was renewed for a third season in April 2021, along with the announcement that it would move to HBO Max, later rebranded to Max. Inspired by the legendary Bruce Lee’s incredible mind, this show brings his unrealized passion project to life, courtesy of his daughter, the powerhouse Shannon Lee, and executive producer Justin Lin. Here’s everything we know about Warrior Season 3 so far.

Quick Info About Warrior Season 3

Genre Action, Crime drama, Martial arts
Created by Jonathan Tropper
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 20
Running time 44–66 minutes
Production Tropper Ink Productions

When Will Warrior Season 3 Be Released?

On June 29, 2023, only on Max, Warrior Season 3 will start with not one, not two, but three exciting episodes, so get ready for a lot of action. After the success of the first two seasons of Warrior, which were previously called “HBO Max Originals,” the new episodes will now be called “Max Originals.”

Warrior season 3 release date

After Warner Bros. and Discovery joined forces, the streaming platform is going through an exciting change, adding new and exciting content to its already impressive library.

Who Will Appear in Warrior Season 3?

Andrew Koji is back as Ah Sahm, the main character. This is Koji’s biggest role so far, but people may also know him from his parts in Bullet Train, Snake Eyes, and Peaky Blinders.

  • Olivia Cheng (See: Marco Polo) is back as Ah Toy
  • Jason Tobin (Fistful of Vengeance, F9: The Fast Saga) is back as Young Jun
  • Dianne Doan (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Descendants) is back as Mai Ling
  • Kieran Bew (Rules of the Game, Da Vinci’s Demons) is back as Bill O’Hara
  • Dean Jagger (See: Corbin Nash) as Dylan Leary
  • Tom Weston-Jones (Sanditon, Shadow, and Bone) as Richard Lee
  •  Hoon Lee (See, DMZ) as Wang Chao
  •  Perry Yung (John Wick: Chapter 2, The Knick) as Father Jun
  •  Langley Kirkwood (Dominion, Banshee) as Walter Buckley
  •  Miranda Raison (Sister Boniface Mystyers, MI-5) as Nellie Davenport

What is the Plotline for Warrior Season 3?

The series is set in San Francisco during the Tong Wars of the 1870s. The main character is Ah Sahm, a Chinese martial arts prodigy who is forced to become an enforcer for one of the city’s most powerful tongs.

Warrior season 3 release date

Regarding what to expect from these new episodes, here is Max’s official synopsis for the third season of Warrior: Mai Ling uses her government connections to consolidate power in the aftermath of the second season’s race riots, while Ah Sahm and the Hop Wei must find new ways to survive.

Is There Any Trailer For Warrior Season 3?

On April 28, 2023, Max released the teaser trailer for Warrior Season 3. Prepare for a captivating plot twist as the third season delves into a compelling narrative. On June 8, 2023, we finally received a full-length trailer for Warrior Season 3.

The two-and-a-half-minute video promises an abundance of the heart-pounding action that the series has thus far delivered, as well as emotional and political conflicts. Observe it in the player below.

Where to Watch Previous Seasons of Warrior?

Before its third season, “Warrior” moved from one part of WarnerMedia to another in terms of how it was distributed. The first season of “Warrior” started airing on the premium cable channel Cinemax in 2019, and the second season will air on the same channel in 2020.

Season 3 of “Warrior” will be an original production by Max, and episodes will be available on a digital streaming platform that has the HBO logo on it.

So, Max subscribers can get ready for the new episodes of “Warrior” by watching Seasons 1 and 2 of the historical action drama. The entire run of “Warrior” on Cinemax is available to stream on the paid service.

“Warrior” is still on Cinemax’s list of shows, so those who pay for that cable network get it as part of their package. Cinemax can be added to a number of cable TV packages, which also give on-demand access to shows like the first two seasons of “Warrior.”

Also, you can stream the first season of “Warrior” for free on The Roku Channel, but you need Cinemax credentials to watch Season 2.


Warrior is an American martial arts crime drama television series based on Bruce Lee’s original concept and treatment. It is set in San Francisco during the Tong Wars of the 1870s, with Ah Sahm, Mai Ling, Kieran Bew, Dean Jagger, Tom Weston-Jones, Richard Lee, Hoon Lee, Wang Chao, Perry Yung, Walter Buckley, Miranda Raison as Nellie Davenport.
Max released a teaser trailer and full-length trailer for Warrior Season 3, which will be an original production by Max and available on a digital streaming platform.
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