Netflix has given the production a series order for the upcoming comedy-drama, Partner Track. The series is based on Helen Wan’s 2013 novel The Partner Track which is set to be a consultant for the series. Julie Anne Robinson is set to direct the first two episodes of the series. Tanya Wexler, Kevin Berlanti, Lily Mariye, and Charles Randolph-Wright are also set to executive produce alongside Georgia Lee who is expected to come on board as one of its creators. The series is set to debut in 2020, where Netflix will handle all distribution duties for the show.
Cast And Character:
- Arden Cho as Ingrid Yun.
- Alexandra Turshen as Rachel Friedman.
- Bradley Gibson as Tyler Robinson.
- Dominic Sherwood as Jeff Murphy.
- Rob Heaps as Nick Laren.
- Nolan Gerard Funk as Dan Fallon.
- Matthew Rauch as Marty Adler.
- Roby Attal as Justin Coleman.
Will there be a second season of ‘partner track’ on Netflix?
Partner Track has not been officially renewed for a second season on Netflix as of yet. However, the show is highly anticipated as it has many fans and critics alike waiting for more. Certain determinants need to be considered when looking at whether or not the show will be renewed for a second season. These determinants include adjusted view share, impact value, and efficiency score. On August 27, Jinny Howe, Netflix’s head of drama, was interviewed by deadline about the possibility of the second season of partner track. She mentioned that “executives are high on the partner track, and the series is looking good for a second season renewal. This would mean that Partner Track Season 2 was considered to be quite the success and fans, in general, are anticipating more content from this show shortly. At least this way Netflix hasn’t told their fans that they won’t be coming back.
Things May Covered In The Second Season?
This is going to be a tough one. Judging from its first season, we can expect a lot of drama, catfights, and scandals. In other words, it’s going to be the same thing that we’ve come to know and love from TV series like “The Bold and the Beautiful”.If there’s one thing that we’re hoping for in the second season, it would have to be an arc where Ingrid gets her own office at Parsons Valentine & Hunt.
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Show’s creator, Georgia Lee, who hinted at what’s in store for Season 2.
Writing partners Nick and Z, from the first season, were on Season 1’s finale. But there seems to be no room for redemption in their relationship as Ingrid left them both to make amends with her ex-husband. Will Ingrid choose herself? That question remains unanswered. Lee also hinted that Rachel might be getting a bit more screen time in the second series of episodes. Her whereabouts have been unclear since Season 1 ended, but Lee stated that she was just off-screen and may appear next season.
Who’s the Creator Of This Legal Drama?
Georgia Lee is an American writer and director known for her 2006 film Red Doors. Lee’s work as a director includes her company GAL, named after her nickname Georgia Line, which she uses to collaborate with other producers on developing content across different mediums.
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