"Wu Assassins" is an American supernatural action streaming television series directed by John Wirth and Tony Krantz.
The starring cast includes Iko Uwais, Byron Mann, Li Jun Li, Celia Au, Lewis Tan, Lawrence Kao, Tommy Flanagan, Katheryn Winnick, Tzi Ma, JuJu Chan and others.
Here are "Wu Assassins" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for Wu Assassins TV series?
Netflix on Tuesday, July 23, 2019 released the trailer for "Wu Assassins" you can watch here:
Wu Assassins | Official Trailer | Netflix.
What is Wu Assassins TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "Wu Assassins" TV series plot summary.
Kai Jin (Iko Uwais), a young Chinatown chef in present-day San Francisco, becomes entangled with the Chinese Triad's pursuit of deadly ancient powers known as the 'Wu Xing.' After an encounter with a mystical spirit, Kai reluctantly becomes the Wu Assassin, using his enhanced martial arts skills to recover supernatural powers from five modern day criminals threatening to use them to destroy the world."
Who plays who in the Wu Assassins TV series?
Here is the full cast and characters of "Wu Assassins" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Iko Uwais as Kai Jin a Chinese-Indonesian chef in San Francisco's Chinatown
Byron Mann as Uncle Six a leader of the Triad
Li Jun Li as Jenny Wah a young restaurateur
Celia Au as Ying Ying a woman
Lewis Tan as Lu Xin Lee Kai's friend
Lawrence Kao as Tommy Wah Jenny's older brother
Tommy Flanagan as Alec McCullough a Scottish crime boss operating mostly in Europe
Katheryn Winnick as Christine "CG" Gavin an undercover inspector of the San Francisco Police Department, recently hired to work at Lee's Wheels
Tzi Ma as Mr. Young Kai's neighbor and a Chinese grocery owner
JuJu Chan as Zan the triad's lieutenant and Uncle Six's right-hand woman, though she as determined to become the triad's leader
Mark Dacascos as an unnamed monk whose body and face disguises Kai's identity when he fights as the Wu Assassin
Cranston Johnson as Frank Fletcher the police captain of San Francisco Police Department and CG's boss
Robin McLeavy as Maggie McCullough Alec McCullough's late wife (in "Codladh Sámh", "Gu Assassins", and "Paths: Part 2")
Summer Glau as Miss Jones the Water Wu
Jeff Fahey as Jack a retired cop whom CG visits for information on Uncle Six (in "Fire Chicken")
Kevin Durand as James Baxter the Earth Wu
Travis Caldwell as Gideon the Metal Wu
Raresh DiMofte as Babinov
Trevor Lim as Young Kai
Josephine Ting as Young Jenny
Harper Postma as Liam
Peter Chan as Jimmy
Davin Tong as Young Tommy
Sam Jin Coates as Young Lu Xin
Arpad Balogh as Serge
Julian Paul as Viktor
Billy Wickman as Leo
Tosca Leong as Mrs. Wah
Ricky Lee as Mr. Wah
Simon Leung as Raymond Tang
Carlo Yu as Chen
Leo Chiang as Lau
Markjan Winnick as Buddy
Sean Campbell as Carl
Gail Matthius as Waitress
Lillian Doucet-Roche as Jill
Jesse Irving as Danny
Douglas Elphick as Old Timer
Caitlin Stryker as Pam Fletcher
Sara Canning as Alana
Rhona Rees as Inspector Alice Riley
Ken Do as Thug 1
Serge Houde as The Duke
Zak Santiago as Sgt. Joe Torres
David Stuart as Meeting Leader
Mala Sung as Rapping Triad Soldier
Jesse Hutch as Inspector Boyd
Roger Sheung as Red Pole
Anthony Shim as Roland Ong
Danny Wattley as Officer Johnson
Noel Johansen as Officer Carlson
Justin Turnbull as Ray
Edmond Wong as Henry Wong
Naiah Cummins as Uni Cop
Richard Keats as Lawyer
Naomi King as Tattoo Artist
Paul Lazenby as Bendix
Gigi Jackman as Nurse
Meena Mann as Reporter
Khamisa Wilsher as Metal Wu
Amanda Friesen as Barista
Sarah Hayward as Waitress
Lily Ling as Vivian
Ucal Shillingford as Nurse
Dimitry Tsoy as Yenling
Patricia Cullen as Doctor
Robert Zen Humpage as Military Cut
Colin Foo as Older Bald Chef
Jay Zhang as Eugene
Frank Brandies as Aryan Bob
Rema Kibayi as Duppy
Dustin MacDougall as Dealer
Maynard Bagang as warrior
Paul Cheng as Dragon Head 2
Michael Patrick Denis as Tony Gelardi
Gui Fontanezzi as Dude
Mia Fiona Kut as Chen's Girlfriend
Cate Russell as Tattoo Artist 2
What are Wu Assassins filming details?
"Wu Assassins" series are produced by Wirthwhile TV, Flame Ventures and Nomadic Pictures Entertainment.
The average duration of each episode is 40 - 50 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.
What are critics and audiences saying about Wu Assassins TV series?
"Wu Assassins" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.4/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 83/100.
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