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"Warrior" still, Cinemax, HBOMax
Warrior is a quality show that just finished its second season on cable channel Cinemax There are no plans to renew it for a third season because Cinemax is no longer going to produce any original drama, relying instead on running theatrical movies The series follows Ah Sam (Andrew Koji), a half-white Chinese man who[...]
"Jett" S01, Ep03: "Phoenix" Rises From the Ashes of Failed Heist (Preview)
We know she was shot, but the how and why of it all was left to the mysterious vagaries of the rolling end credits. //Credit: Cinemax Here's what I can tell you, though: Jett is a pretty good show, elevated to near-greatness by the mega-wattage that is literally exploding out of Gugino This is somehow the role[...]
Shannon Lee Talks Honoring Bruce’s Legacy in ‘Warrior’ and Relationship with Hollywood
Despite being in charge of her father Bruce Lee's estate, it is often difficult for his daughter Shannon Lee to control how his legacy is honored given how Hollywood reveres him, but at least she can show his true vision in Cinemax's action drama Warrior. Renewed for a second season, Lee, who serves as an executive[...]
Warrior Cinemax - Poster 2
It's been over 40 years since Bruce Lee's passing, but the television series he originally envisioned in Warrior will finally see the light of day for Cinemax The network released the show's first trailer from creator Jonathan Tropper (Banshee) for Tropper Ink Productions Joining him to executive produce is Justin Lin (The Fast and the Furious)[...]
Credit: Cinemax With only a little more than a month to go before it's return, Cinemax has released the official second season trailer for suspense-horror series Outcast from The Walking Dead's Robert Kirkman Based on the Skybound/Image comic title by creator Kirkman and artist Paul Azaceta, the series stars Patrick Fugit (Almost Famous) and Philip Glenister (Life on Mars); and produced by Fox International Studios[...]
Robert Kirkman's Outcast Season 2 Possesses July Premiere Date
Credit: Cinemax Outcast fans can start scheduling their "repossession" for mid-July, as Cinemax has set Friday, July 20, 10 p.m for the second season premiere of suspense-horror series from The Walking Dead's Robert Kirkman Based on the Skybound/Image comic title by creator Kirkman and artist Paul Azaceta, the series stars Patrick Fugit (Almost Famous) and Philip Glenister (Life on[...]
c.b. strike still
Cinemax is set to show viewers a more dangerous side to Harry Potter creator/author J.K Rowling, setting Friday, June 1st at 10 p.m ET for the premiere of its action-packed series based on pseudonym Robert Galbraith's crime novels, C.B Strike The series launches with three one-hour episodes that will cover The Cuckoo's Calling, followed by four one-hour episodes[...]
Rellik: Cinemax Teases UK Time-Reversed Murder Mystery Series
The list goes on and on – but Cinemax is pretty sure it's got something a little different. In April, U.K murder mystery Rellik premieres with a premise that should be a little familiar to fans of Christopher Nolan's Memento (or Peter Falk's Columbo): the story begins at the end, and works its way backwards[...]
Gangs Of London: The Raid's Gareth Evans Sets Series For Cinemax, Sky
Set to launch in 2019 on HBO's Cinemax and Sky Atlantic, Evans and Matt Flannery (Downton Abbey) are set to direct the series and will also handle scriptwriting, alongside Peter Berry, Clare Wilson, and Joe Murtagh. Variety reports exclusively that the series is set in a modern London as it is becoming torn apart by power struggles involving a[...]
Robert Kirkman's Skybound Eyes Frederik Pohl's 'Gateway' For Series
The company is also producing AMC's The Walking Dead, Fear The Walking Dead and Robert Kirkman's Secret History of Comics; as well as Cinemax's Outcast. Robert Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment hopes that it's going to find ratings and critical "life" on other planets, optioning award-winning science fiction author Frederik Pohl's 1977 novel Gateway for development as[...]
Lin, Tropper To Bring Bruce Lee-Influenced Drama Warrior To Cinemax
In an exclusive from Deadline Hollywood,  Cinemax has announced a 10-episode, straight-to-series commitment to 19th century crime drama Warrior Inspired by an idea from late martial arts legend Bruce Lee, the series will be created and executive produced by Banshee co-creator Jonathan Tropper; and executive produced by Justin Lin (Fast & Furious) and Danielle Woodrow via Perfect[...]