Wu Assassins is an upcoming American crime drama. The show is set to air on Netflix soon. The show is going start airing on August 8. So, be ready to watch the show when it drops and doesn’t forget to mark your calendars so that you won’t miss the premiere. We have got a lot of information to discuss in this post that includes the cast and the official synopsis of the show. So, without any more delay, let’s start with the cast.
The cast of the show will be hoping that the performances that they have produced will be enough to satisfy the fans. Here is the cast of the show —
Iko Uwais as Kai Jin
Byron Mannas Uncle Six
Li Jun Li as Jenny Wah
Celia Au as Ying Ying
Lewis Tan as Lu Xin Lee
Lawrence Kao as Tommy Wah
Tommy Flanagan as Alec McCullough
Katheryn Winnick as Christine Gavin
Tzi Ma as Mr. Young
JuJu Chan as Zan
Summer Glau as Miss Jones
Robin McLeavy as Maggie McCullough
Travis Caldwell as Gideon.
The show will have ten episodes, and each episode will be 45 minutes long.
Wu Assassins Synopsis
The show follows Kai Jin, who is a Chinatown chef in San Francisco. He gets caught up in a Chinese triad’s pursuit of some ancient powers which are known as the Wu Xing. Kai encounters a mythical spirit, and then he becomes the Wu Assassin. He uses his enhanced martial arts skills to recover the supernatural powers from five criminals, who threaten to use them to destroy the world.
There are a ton of people who have worked hard on the show, and they deserve the recognition. The executive producers are John Wirth, Stephen Fung, Chad Oakes, Michael Frislev and Tony Krantz. The Co-Executive Producers are Iko Uwais, Cameron Litvack, Katheryn Winnick, David Simkins, and Jonathan Lloyd Walker. The producer is Chris Rudolph, and the Co-Producers are— Julie Benson, Shawna Benson, Jay Daniel Beechinor, and Todd Giroux.