He's a complicated hero who likes to kick some butt! There is my line of business is criminals, but he's a complex guy.
There's romantic Walker animal lover. I like your heck he'll even babysit for you who's eating breakfast here you or him what else there is one thing, but mostly he likes to kick some butt.
Walker, TexasRanger weeknights at 7/6c on charge. With the entertainment industry's schedules thrown into disarray this year, it's hard to say when we'll see the ranger's return, but it's coming.
Deadline theorizes that the CW has big plans for Walker and that it is a leading contender for the network's biggest series with Supernatural finally closing its doors. They also noted the network's predilection for recent reboots, with Charmed, Dynasty, and Roswell all finding success there in the last few years.
As of right now, we have no reason to believe that the CW's version of Walker is tied to the original series beyond the title and concept. It looks like a total reboot, meaning we shouldn't expect to see many references to Chuck Norris' Cordell Walker.
The original Walker, TexasRanger was created by Christopher Canaan, Leslie Graph, Paul Haggis, and Al Ruddy. She has worked across several networks as a producer on shows like Being Human, Men in Trees, Wayward Pines, and Minority Report.
She also has some experience with the CW (if you go back to its days as the WB, that is), as her first television production work was on the show Ever wood. Cricket is credited as the show's creator and executive producer, but star Jared Padlock also has a hand on the wheel.
There's no indication of when (or even if) Walker will truly solve the mystery of what happened to his wife, but it sounds like it will be a major plot point of the rebooted series. No conversation about Walker, TexasRanger would be complete without a discussion of the bar bate elephant in the room : Chuck Norris.