Jared Padalecki’s Walker, a reboot of Walker, Texas Ranger, unveils a teaser poster for the CW collection. Starring Chuck Norris, the unique Walker, Texas Ranger, was an enormous success and ran on CBS for eight seasons. Premiering in 1993, the Norris-led motion crime collection was famous for its recurring show of martial arts and moralistic aptitude. Final 12 months, the CW introduced it will give Walker, Texas Ranger, the reboot remedy within the type of a collection known as Walker, with Supernatural‘s Padalecki slated because the title character.
Now, the CW has revealed Walker will formally arrive in January 2021, by way of a teaser poster launch on Twitter. Steering away from the unique plotlines, Walker will observe Cordell Walker (Padalecki), a widower with two kids who relocates to Austin after being undercover for 2 years. Discovering the majority of his work has simply begun – whereas being haunted by the suspicious circumstances of his spouse’s dying – Walker will likely be joined by a brand new accomplice, Micki. Padalecki, who additionally produces Walker, took to Twitter to disclose a poster that provides a primary take a look at the upcoming CW collection.
Earlier this 12 months, Walker started to flesh out its ensemble and tapped Lindsey Morgan (The 100) as Walker’s trailblazing partner, Keegan Allen (Fairly Little Liars) as Walker’s youthful brother, and Mitch Pileggi (The X-files) as Walker’s father. Because the coronavirus pandemic continues to have an effect on the TV and movie trade, the CW revealed it is going to launch its new season in January 2021. These embrace The Flash, new collection Superman & Lois, and Walker.
In an period of reboots and revivals, bringing an iconic collection again to life may very well be a hit and miss. Walker, Texas Ranger was a staple of tv throughout its time, and the announcement of the reboot was met with combined reactions. Nonetheless, given Padalecki’s attachment, altered plotlines, and alluring teaser poster, Walker has the potential to be a success for the CW.
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Supply: Jared Padalecki/The CW by way of Twitter