Warrior: Season 2 (2020)


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Air date: Oct 2, 2020

Ah Sahm rejects his warrior roots and retreats into the netherworld of the Chinese working class. A guilty Big Bill stands vigil for Lee at the hospital. With the police roughing up tong members in retaliation for their violence, Zing and the Fung Hai make a show of force to compel Mai Ling to honor her partnership.

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Air date: Oct 9, 2020

Ah Sahm (Andrew Koji) and Young Jun (Jason Tobin) search for a discreet place to hide their product after striking a deal with a new opium supplier. As Lee (Tom Weston-Jones) becomes increasingly dependent on laudanum, he and Bill (Kieran Bew) continue to investigate the swordsman murders. Mai Ling (Dianne Doan) sends Li Yong (Joe Taslim) and Zing (Dustin Nguyen) to deliver a message to a rival tong. Penny (Joanna Vanderham) asks for Ah Sahm's help in protecting her factory. Sophie (Celine Buckens) continues to pique Leary's (Dean Jagger) interest. Ah Toy (Olivia Cheng) receives a visit from Nellie Davenport (Miranda Raison), a wealthy widow committed to ending the exploitation of Chinese women.

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Air date: Oct 16, 2020

With their new enterprise going well, Young Jun (Jason Tobin) shares his worries with Ah Sahm (Andrew Koji) about the new men Father Jun (Perry Yung) has brought over from China, and later, the partners are impressed by Hong (Chen Tang), an enthusiastic recruit with a secret. Meanwhile, Chao (Hoon Lee) goes to Mai Ling (Dianne Doan) for help keeping Zing (Dustin Nguyen) away from his business, Sophie (Celine Buckens) grows closer to Leary (Dean Jagger), Nellie's (Miranda Raison) politics raise questions from her peers, and things take a deadly turn at Bill's (Kieran Bew) home.

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Air date: Oct 23, 2020

As the police prepare for retribution, Chao (Hoon Lee) comes to Bill (Kieran Bew) with a mutually beneficial proposal. A sympathetic Sophie (Celine Buckens) offers Leary (Dean Jagger) a new plan. Ah Sahm (Andrew Koji) and Penny (Joanna Vanderham) have a moment when he confides his plans for the future. Buckley (Langley Kirkwood) urges Blake (Christian McKay) to take a stand against the Chinese, Lee (Tom Weston-Jones) seeks to ease his pain, Mai Ling (Dianne Doan) invests in a legitimate business, and Nellie (Miranda Raison) urges Ah Toy (Olivia Cheng) to imagine a different kind of life for her sex workers.

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Air date: Oct 30, 2020

A guilty Mai Ling (Dianne Doan) tries to make things right with Ah Sahm (Andrew Koji), who's more intent than ever on seeking revenge. Penny (Joanna Vanderham) finds her business in trouble and learns that Ah Sahm has been using her. Leary (Dean Jagger) gets a warning and offers one of his own. Ah Toy (Olivia Cheng) pays an emotional visit to Nellie's (Miranda Raison) Sonoma winery. Bill (Kieran Bew) and Chao (Hoon Lee) put their plot against the Fung Hai into action.

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Air date: Nov 6, 2020

Ah Sahm (Andrew Koji), Young Jun (Jason Tobin), and Hong (Hoon Lee) travel with Vega (Maria Elena Laas) to Rooker's Mill, a U.S.-Mexico border town owned by Elijah Rooker (Conor Mullen), the wealthy host of a lucrative fight tournament that Ah Sahm is determined to win. As he learns more about Vega, Ah Sahm draws the attention of another fighter, Dolph (Mike Bisping), and later, Rooker himself.

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Air date: Nov 27, 2020

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Cast & Crew

Christian McKay
Samuel Blake
Andrew Koji
Ah Sahm
Dianne Doan
Mai Ling
Olivia Cheng
Ah Toy
Joe Taslim
Li Yong
Perry Yung
Father Jun
Kieran Bew
Bill O'Hara
Langley Kirkwood
Walter Buckley
Hoon Lee
Wang Chao
Tom Weston-Jones
Richard Henry Lee
Shannon Lee
Danielle Woodrow
Brad Kane
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Critic Reviews for Warrior Season 2

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (0)

There is a power that comes with a series like Warrior, one that hits harder than any punch...Warrior Season 2 is off to a strong start that sets the expectations for episodes to come by telling audiences exactly where it stands.

Oct 6, 2020 | Rating: 10/10 | Full Review…

The series deserves to fight another day...

Oct 6, 2020 | Full Review…

Warrior returns just as great as the first season, and I can't wait for more.

Oct 5, 2020 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Warrior may just be the most welcomingly subversive piece of popcorn entertainment on TV right now.

Oct 5, 2020 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Warrior: Season 2

  • Nov 17, 2020
    Very good plot, great performances, and fun combat...
  • Nov 14, 2020
    This is a good show with good acting and writing. Choreography is excellent.
  • Nov 07, 2020
    Awesome show. Much better than into the badlands. There's a lot of high quality karate and action with blood etc. And the writing and witty quips are good. Definitely recommend!!!! Hope Netflix picks up this show!!!!!

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