Netflix is about to proudly present its high-end TV production, The Recruit, after winning a fierce battle to acquire the rights to the series back in April 2021.
‘The Recruit’ Plot
The Recruit sees a CIA agent Owen Hendricks land himself in trouble when he entangles with a former asset. He dives into dangerous international politics fueled by the asset threatening to reveal their relationship to the agency to clear her name.
Hendricks risks life and limb to fulfil his obligations and stop his secrets from leaking.
Who are the Casts of ‘The Recruit’?
Netflix lines up a strong stellar cast consisting of Noah Centineo (Black Adams) as the lead character Owen Hendricks, Aarti Mann (The Big Bang Theory) as Violet, film director Daniel Quincy Annoh as Terence, Vondie Curtis-Hall (Chicago Hope) as Walter Nyland, Kristian Bruun (Orphan Black) as Janus Ferber, Laura Haddock (White Lines) as Max Meladze, Colton Dunn (Superstore) as Lester and Fivel Stewart (Atypical) as Hannah.
Byron Mann, Angel Parker, Linus Roache and Kaylah Zander also make recurring appearances.
‘The Recruit’ Release Date
The Recruit is executive produced by Alexi Hawley, Adam Ciralsky, Charlie Ebersol, Doug Liman, David Bartis, Gene Klein and Noah Centineo.
The production companies Entertainment One, P3 Media, Hypnotic and Perfectman Pictures take part in making the series.
The action series will launch on Friday, December 16 2022, with eight episodes on Netflix.
What Has Noah Centineo Been been Up To?
Noah Centineo has had quite a packed year. He starred alongside A-listers Dwayne Johnson and Pierce Brosnan in DC's Black Adams as Atom Smasher/ Al Rothstein, and he has the drama romance film The Diary lined up.
He is recognized for starring in the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before film series as the lead Peter and got his TV breakthrough with The Fosters (2013-2018).
We expect nothing but big things from the 26-year-old rising star.