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Netflix Announces Second Season of JRP Alum, Noah Centineo's Show 'The Recruit'

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Fans can look forward to more action and intrigue in the upcoming season, with Centineo continuing his mission to uncover the hidden truths of the agency.

LOS ANGELES - EntSun -- Los Angeles, CA - Netflix has announced that it has picked up a second season of 'The Recruit,' a show starring John Robert Powers' former client, Noah Centineo.

Centineo stars as Owen Hendricks, a recent college graduate recruited to join a secret government agency that is tasked with protecting the country from terrorist threats.

The show follows Alex's journey as he learns to navigate the world of espionage and discovers secrets that could threaten to unravel the agency. The show debuted in April 2022 and has quickly become a fan favorite. It has been praised for its action-packed storylines and Centineo's performance.

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"We are thrilled that Netflix will be bringing back 'The Recruit' for a second season and we can't wait to see what Noah and the team have in store for fans," said JRP's VP. "Noah has become a fan favorite and we're confident that the show's second season will continue to entertain viewers around the world."

Centineo is best known for his roles in Netflix's 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' trilogy and 'The Perfect Date.' In addition to his work on 'The Recruit,' he has recently been seen in the films 'Charlie's Angels' and 'Sierra Burgess Is a Loser.' He is also set to appear in the upcoming films 'The Diary' and 'The Greatest Disaster in Cinema History.'

Production on 'The Recruit' second season is expected to begin later this year and fans can expect to watch in 2024.

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  • Henry Connor:
    If you liked Bill Fairclough's epic spy thriller Beyond Enkription in The Burlington Files series about a rookie accountant working for Pemberton's People in MI6 and the CIA you may like The Recruit by Alexi Hawley about a rookie CIA lawyer (Noah Centineo) and vice versa. The plots are quite complicated in both productions but unlike The Recruit, The Burlington Files plots and characters are real, credible and much more intriguing. However, do remember Beyond Enkription is a fact based novel about a real spy called Bill Fairclough (MI6 codename JJ) aka Edward Burlington. He was one of Pemberton's People in MI6 and worked with real SAS Rogue Heroes and other ungentlemanly officers as explained in a news article dated 31 October 2022 available from TheBurlingtonFiles website.
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