Kung Fu Parents guide
Kung Fu is an American martial arts action-adventure television series that is premiered on The CW on April 7, 2021, and developed by Christina M. Kim. The series is based on Kung Fu by Ed Spielman and is produced by Karyn Smith-Forge, Jennifer Lence, Ian Smith, Kathryn Borel, Jr., and Lillian Yu.
The production company of Kung Fu is Quinn’s House, Berlanti Productions, and Warner Bros. Television, distributed by TNT and The CW Network.
Kung Fu Release Date
Kung Fu season 2 is expected to be released on 9 March 2022 (United States)
Official Poster and Details
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|Series Name||Kung Fu|
|Genre||Action, Adventure, Drama|
|Developer||Christina M. Kim|
|Release Date||9 March 2022 (United States)|
|Official website||The CW Network|
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Kung Fu Official Synopsis
A quarter-life crisis causes a young Chinese-American woman, Nicky Shen, to drop out of college and go on a life-changing journey to an isolated monastery in China. But when she returns to San Francisco, she finds her hometown is overrun with crime and corruption and her own parents are at the mercy of a powerful Triad.
Nicky will rely on her tech-savvy sister, pre-med brother, Assistant District Attorney and ex-boyfriend, and new love interest as well as her martial arts skills and Shaolin values to protect her community and bring criminals to justice all while searching for the ruthless assassin who killed her Shaolin mentor and is now targeting her.
Kung Fu Age Rating
Kung Fu has been rated TV-14 for the content shown in the series.
Program rated TV-14 means Parents need to be Strongly Cautioned because TV-14 rated programs may contain some material that many parents would find unsuitable for children under 14 years of age. Kung Fu is rated M in Australia, 16 in Poland, TV-14 in the United States.
Why Kung Fu is TV-14 Rated?
- No such sexual content and nudity are shown in the series.
- There are intimate and kissing scenes.
- Severe violence and gore are shown.
- Consumption of alcohol.
- Use of profanity.
- Words like f*k, bu** are spoken.
- There are many fighting scenes where the main character is fighting with a group of people.
- Various punching and kicking scenes are shown.
- There are many intense frightening scenes.
Kung Fu Wallpaper and Images
Who is in the cast of Kung Fu?
- Olivia Liang as Nicky Shen…
- Shannon Dang as Althea Shen
- Vanessa Kai as Pei-Ling Zhang
- Kheng Hua Tan as Mei-Li Shen
- Eddie Liu as Henry Yan
- Jon Prasida as Ryan Shen
- Gavin Stenhouse as Evan Hartley
- Tony Chung as Dennis Soong
- Tzi Ma as Jin Shen…
- Yvonne Chapman as Zhilan
- Ludi Lin as Kerwin Tan
- Bradley Gibson as Joe
- Rebecca Olson as Sabine…
- Megan Hui as Biyu…
- Françoise Yip as Diana Soong
- Kee Chan as Russell Tan
- Chelsea Clark as Chloe Soong
- Marissa Cuevas as Nadia
Kung Fu Official Trailer
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Director: Christina M. Kim
Date Created: 2022-03-09 11:38