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‘Bruce Lee’ series with near-perfect Rotten Tomatoes score might get new season despite being cancelled

‘Bruce Lee’ series with near-perfect Rotten Tomatoes score might get new season despite being cancelled

The series is based on the writings of Bruce Lee.

A cancelled series based on the writings of Bruce Lee could get a lease of life with a new season.

Three series of action and drama with a Rotten Tomatoes score of 93 percent from the critics and a whopping 96 percent of the audience giving it the thumbs up means you'll be in for a treat.

It could get another season depending on the viewers.

A series based on Lee's writings was first announced in 2015, and his daughter Shannon Lee would be producing it alongside Fast and Furious director Justin Lin, with the first episodes releasing in 2019 on Cinemax before heading over to HBO Max.

However, much to the dismay of fans it was announced late last year that Warrior would be cancelled by the streaming platform.

Fortunately the show has been granted a new lease of life after a deal made all three seasons of the show available to stream on Netflix in certain countries.

The series stars Andrew Koji as Ah Sahm (his name being the working title Bruce Lee used for his concept), a Chinese martial artist who emigrates to San Francisco in the 1870s in search of his sister.

Packed with plenty of action, martial arts and a good dollop of crime drama thrown in for good measure, it's no surprise that critics and audiences alike loved Warrior, leading them to call it a 'must watch' show that 'kills it on so many levels'.

Sadly some of the verdicts from fans expressed how excited they were for a fourth season, little knowing that in just a few months time they'd be learning there would be no more show coming.

Andrew Koji leads the cast in the critically acclaimed show.

Only that might not be the case, as while Warrior was cancelled after three seasons it might not be the definitive end for the show if you, the audience step in to safe it.

According to Deadline, if Warrior does well enough on Netflix then the door is open for a fourth season, so get those viewing figures up and get the demands in for more martial art action.

Sadly Brits can't get in on the action as Warrior is already available to them on another platform, but if you've got friends around the world you can always make them do their part in convincing Netflix they've got a banger on their hands.

Viewers in the UK can watch Warrior on NowTV.

Featured Image Credit: Archive Photos/Getty Images / HBO

Topics: Netflix, TV and Film, Celebrity, HBO