During the Wuxia as Fantasy Tradition panel at WisCon, I was asked for a post detailing where you can get wuxia series and novels in English, so here it is.
First off, the legal ways:
You can buy an ebook of Jin Yong's Fox Volant of the Snowy Mountain
* or a print copy of The Book and the Sword
Netflix also has a decent collection of wuxia series on DVD, but not streaming:
Eagle Shooting Heroes (the 2008 version of Legend of the Condor Heroes)
Condor Hero (the 2006 version of Return of the Condor Heroes**)
Wing Chun*** ****
Spirit of the Sword
Sword Stained With Royal Blood
Flying Fox of Snowy Mountain
Bi Chun Mu: Dance With Sword***
Men and Legends
You can also get most of the 2004 version of Laughing in the Wind*
**, but it was released in 4 sets, and Netflix only has the first three.
Netflix also has two fantasy series that are based on (the first based on an RPG, the second on Chinese mythology) that I've watched. Both are in a historical setting, but not actually wuxia.:
The Sword and the Fairy
I'm sure there are a few that I missed. If so, hopefully someone will comment and I can add them.
There are also a few streaming at DramaFever.com, but I didn't check for what titles.
Now for the less-than-legal-but-it's-not-like-we-
You can find e-book formatted fantranslations of some books here
(it also has translation status for some other books). This messageboard
is much more extensive, and has links to a few books hosted elsewhere, but you'll have to either copy and paste the text to a word document and convert it to your preferred ebook format, or read from the web.
For TV series, there's this youtube channel
that has a decent number of series, and two torrent sites that you can get some from. d-addicts
is open (link is filtered to the main group that does fansubs, but you can also find more by searching for country +subtitled language) but AsiaTorrents
is members only, and you can only join by invitation. I do have a few invites right now. I believe Viki.com also has a few streaming, but the site has never worked well for me.
*I'm not sure if this is all the books that make up the Flying Fox series, or just the first. The TV series I mentioned later, though, does adapt the full series, albeit very loosely.
**While ROCH is a sequel to LOCH-The protagonist of ROCH is the son of an antagonist from LOCH and initially the ward of the protagonists of LOCH, who have supporting roles in ROCH-you don't have to watch LOCH before ROCH. This version of ROCH is also what the naked kung fu practice clip we watched is from. TBH, I recommend this series as a good series to start with for wuxia dramas, even though it isn't my favorite.
***I have not seen these series.
****This is not about Wing Chun, the woman who founded the martial arts style named for her, but about male practitioners some time later.
ETA: Should you go exploring my tags, a number of the posts were made before I was aware of various kinds of Fail, and also before I really understood a number of the themes of wuxia, so you'll likely find things that I wouldn't say now, if not wouldn't outright disagree with.