Mortal Kombat: Legacy is a series inspired by the franchise of a video game. For the first time, it was shown on YouTube in 2011. The season 2 was released on 26 of Sep. 2013.
The cast and recruiting for all seasons include:
- Jeri Rya plays the part of Sonya Blade,
- Harry Shum plays play part of as Kuai Liang,
- Tahmoh Penikett plays the part of Kurtis Stryker,
- Aleks Paunovic plays the part of Shao Kahn,
- Ed Boon plays the part of Ed Goodman,
- Michael J. White plays the part of Jax,
- Jolene Tran plays the part of Mileena,
- Brian Tee plays the part of Liu Kang,
- Kevan Ohtsji plays the part of Sub-Zero,
- Darren Shahlavi plays the part of Kano,
- Ian A. Dale plays the part of Scorpion,
- Sam Tjhia plays the part of Kitana,
- Casper V. Dien and Matt Mullins play the part of Johnny Cage,
- Johnson Phan plays the part of Shang Tsung,
- Fraser Aitcheson plays the part of Baraka,
- Peter Shinkoda plays the part of Sektor,
- Beatrice Ilg plays the part of Sindel,
- Ryan Robbins plays the part of Raiden,
- Shane W. Jones plays the part of Cyrax,
- Kim D. Nguyen plays the part of Ermac,
- Michael Rogers plays the part of Quan Chi,
- Kirby Morrow plays the part of King Jerrod,
- Mark Dacascos plays the part of Kung Lao,
- Daniel Southworth plays the part of Kenshi.
The season 1 of the show tells the story of several main characters before they started to participate in the tournaments. The aim of the first season is to explain the reasons why the characters decided to participate in Tournament. The season 2 is about the tournament.
The rules of the tournament are pretty simple. Every generation has to send the best fighters for the tournament. If a realm wins ten times straight, they can invade the realm of the opposing fighters. Until the other Champion appears, the current one remains immortal. The opposing fighters are not allowed to attack each other before the tournament begins. Once the participation in the tournament is declared, the fighter cannot change his mind and refuse. It is allowed to use special powers during the tournament.
Generally, reviews on the show were positive. Episode 1 has received 5,500, 000 views on YouTube channel. The episode 5 only has only received 424,000 views within the first twenty-four hours. The number of the show’s total views has reached about 30 million.