Netflix has shared the very first sneak peek at Noah Centineo’s lawyer-turned-spy Owen Hendricks in new sequence The Recruit. In the images, the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before actor will be seen bloodied in bruised as he navigates the world of the key providers’ underbelly.
At the Netflix Tudum convention, which came about Sept. 24, Centineo shared some perception on this new problem as a member of the CIA. “My new show follows an unsuspecting lawyer as he’s pulled into a high stakes thrill ride through the world of international spy networks,” he mentioned.
The actor skyrocketed to fame as teen heartthrob Peter Kavinsky in 2018’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, and has principally labored within the romance style ever since. The Recruit is his first large step away from that trajectory as a number one man.
From showrunner Alexi Hawley, recognized for his work in The Following and The Rookie, The Recruit‘s star-studded cast also includes Guardians of the Galaxy‘s Laura Haddock, Atypical‘s Fivel Stewart, Daredevil‘s Vondie Curtis-Hall, Vikings‘ Linus Roache, The Big Bang Theory‘s Aarti Mann, Superstore‘s Colton Dunn, among many others.
Centineo plays “a 24-year-old, fresh out of law school, who doesn’t even have time to determine the place the loos are earlier than he’s pulled right into a high-stakes case,” as showrunner Hawley places it. Hendricks should step proper into motion after a former asset of the CIA Max Meladze, performed by Haddock, threatens to reveal company secrets and techniques in the event that they don’t clear her identify.
The govt producer says the present enters the world of espionage via a contemporary perspective by centering its narrative round an operative who’s simply beginning out.
The Recruit arrives to Netflix on Friday, Dec. 16.