Supernatural and Legacies stars join Kung Fu Season 3


kung fu Spoilers for the season 2 finale follow.

supernatural star Kim Rhodes and legacies Star Ben Levin team up for the third season of kung fu.

Corresponding TVLine Levin will play Bo, “a barista/vigilante whose extracurricular crime-fighting leads to a clash with Nicky and her siblings.”

While Rhodes will take on the role of Carrie, “the representative of a restaurant investment group interested in Harmony Dumplings.”

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Rhodes is best known for playing Sheriff Jody Mills supernatural and Levin is best known for his portrayal of Jed on legacies.

kung fu will be back for a third season after its renewal in March and star Yvonne Chapman will return to the show for season 3, despite being killed off in season 2.

In last month’s finale, Zhilan sacrificed himself to defeat crime boss Russell Tan, but Chapman will be back for series three as a series regular.

Yvonne Chapman as Zhilan, Kung Fu

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“It was never a question for us that we would ask the incredible Yvonne Chapman back on the show,” said co-showrunner Bob Berens in one previous statement.

“Zhilan’s dramatic sacrifice in the Season 2 finale creates an exciting new beginning for her character, and we can’t wait for viewers to see what we have in store for her.”

JB Tadena has also been promoted to series regular as Sebastian, with creator and co-showrunner Christina M Kim saying, “We are so thrilled to have JB Tadena join us as a series regular in Season 3.

“He brought so much depth and emotion to the character of Sebastian and was immediately accepted as part of the film kung fu Family, both on and off screen.”

Olivia Liang previously suggested that Zhilan could return to the future after her death, saying “It can’t end there”.

kung fu aired in the US on The CW.

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