Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Get in on the Action, and Fight the Good Fight with Kung Fu: The Complete Second Season, Arriving on DVD 9/27 (Review)

 Disclosure: I was provided with a screener copy from Warner Bros. in exchange for an honest review. All views shared are mine and mine alone.

Kung Fu: The Complete Second Season
New Battles to Fight & Higher Stakes to Wage
The Hunt Is on When The DVD Arrives September 27, 2022

I always ask friends and family for show recommendations when I find myself with nothing to watch.  And, Kung Fu, which airs on the CW, and is renewed for a third season, was recommended to me by a few friends a couple months ago.  I was quick to watch all of season 1 and couldn't wait to watch the second season. I was excited when I found the new Kung Fu: The Complete Second Season DVD in my mailbox the other day from Warner Bros. as I had been thinking about the show after recommending it myself to another friend who was looking for a new show to watch.  :-)

Just like with season one, I ended up binging the complete second season, all 13 episodes in under a week's time.  I have to say, I found this season even more enjoyable than the first, and can't wait to see how season 3 plays out and how the show and it characters with their captivating story lines will WOW me once again.  But, as I wait for season 3 to air this fall on The CW, I have this DVD to watch all my favorite episodes from season 2.

If you are a fan of Kung Fu, which airs on The CW, or you have found yourself looking for a new series to get hooked on, then you will definitely want to pick up Kung Fu: The Complete Second Season when it arrives in stores on DVD on September 27th. This is one hit show you will not grow tired of, and one you will want to own all the series on DVD or Digital, to watch over and over again.

More about this upcoming release:

"From Award Winning executive producers Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter, indulge on all 13 action-packed episodes from the second season, plus a gag reel in the bonus features.

Kung Fu: The Complete Second Season is priced to own on DVD at $19.99 SRP ($24.99 in Canada) and is also available to own on Digital via purchase from all major digital retailers and is streaming on HBO Max. 

Six months after the explosive events of season one, Nicky and the Shens are in a great place: Nicky’s been using her Kung Fu skills to keep Chinatown safe, she and Henry are only deeper in love, and the family are all in the know about Nicky’s extracurricular activities. Everything’s great…until the reemergence of Russell Tan and the surprise appearance of Nicky’s cousin, Mia.

Renewed for a third season on The CW, the series stars Olivia Liang (Dating After CollegeLegacies), Kheng Hua Tan (Crazy Rich Asians), Eddie Liu (Never Have I Ever), Shannon Dang (Sorry for Your Loss), Jon Prasida (Hiding), Gavin Stenhouse (9-1-1), Vanessa Kai (New Amsterdam), Tony Chung (Mortal Combat 11), Yvonne Chapman (The 100), and Tzi Ma (Veep).

Christina M. Kim (Blindspot, NCIS: Los Angeles) serves as executive producer/co-showrunner of the series with Robert Berens (Supernatural). Greg Berlanti (Doom Patrol, The Flash), Sarah Schechter (Superman and Lois, The Flash), Martin Gero (Blindspot) and David Madden (Superman and Lois) also serve as executive producers.

Kung Fu is produced by Berlanti Productions and Quinn’s House in association with Warner Bros. Television and is inspired by the original series created by Ed Spielman. The series received an early renewal for its third season and is considered one of The CW’s “most-streamed and socially-engaged programming.” Season 3 will air on The CW this Fall.

1) Year of the Tiger: Part 1
2) Year of the Tiger: Part 2
3) The Bell
4) Clementine
5) Reunion
6) Jyu Sa
7) The Alchemist
8) Disclosure
9) The Enclave
10) Destruction
11) Bloodline
12) Alliance
13) The Source

• Gag Reel


Kung Fu: The Complete Second Season is now available to own on Digital. Digital purchase allows consumers to instantly stream and download to watch anywhere and anytime on their favorite devices. Digital movies and TV shows are available from various digital retailers including Prime Video, Apple TV, Google Play, Vudu and others.

 Disclosure: I was provided with a screener copy from Warner Bros. in exchange for an honest review. All views shared are mine and mine alone.

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