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Is Netflix’s Crime Action Series ‘The Recruit’ Season 2 Renewed Or Canceled

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When it comes to the world of TV, Netflix is truly a one-stop shop when it comes to riveting and addictive crime dramas. What the streaming giant has done with this political crime thriller, The Recruit is no different. Now that Season 1 is available for binging, we take a look at why this new show could be Netflix’s next big hit. The Recruit is a political crime thriller that revolves around an ambitious young guy named Owen Hendricks who gets recruited by the CIA to prevent the next world war. Owen seems to be an ideal recruit as he’s quite smart, well-educated, and both physically and mentally strong. However, things aren’t as they seem when Owen realizes that his superiors are not really who they say they are. Noah’s performance has gained the attention of all his fans as the series has been rated 7.5/10 on IMDb and is doing extremely well on social media based on Twitter activity. His character has been described as a perfect embodiment of a young millennial version of James Bond.’ This series is a must-watch if you want to see what Netflix is capable of.

Who is in the cast?

  • Noah Centineo as Owen Hendricks
  • Laura Haddock as Max Meladze
  • Aarti Mann as Violet
  • Colton Dunn as Lester
  • Fivel Stewart as Hannah
  • Daniel Quincy Annoh as Terence
  • Kristian Bruun as Janus Ferber
  • Vondie Curtis-Hall as Walter Nyland

Release Date:

The first season of the series was released on December 16, 2022, with eight episodes on Netflix.

Will there be a second season? 

As of right now, we still don’t have any official confirmation regarding the renewal or cancellation of The Recruit Season 2. However, Netflix has a very good track record when it comes to picking up shows that do well and the chances are quite high that the series will get a renewal because Netflix loves launching crime drama series this time of year.

What is the series about? 

The Recruit is an American political crime thriller that revolves around an ambitious young guy named Owen Hendricks who gets recruited by the CIA to prevent the next world war. Owen seems to be an ideal recruit as he’s quite smart, well-educated, and both physically and mentally strong. However, things aren’t as they seem when Owen realizes that his superiors are not really who they say they are. In the meantime, he meets an asset that convinces him that she was used by the CIA and was coerced into espionage. After this ordeal, Owen’s world is turned upside down as he is forced to decide what is right and wrong. 

What makes this series interesting? 

Besides the fact that The Recruit is a political crime thriller, the series is full of twists and turns that keep viewers guessing what will happen next. Also, the series features a good script and the overall plot is relatively fresh and unique. Set in Los Angeles, The Recruit revolves around Owen Hendricks who has just started working for the CIA as an analyst. He has little knowledge about how politics go on in their agency but that doesn’t stop him from working hard every day to achieve his goal; to prevent world war in the upcoming years. Unfortunately for him, he becomes entangled in all sorts of dangerous situations as he tries to do his job.

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Who can watch this series? 

Though the series is rated TV-MA, the show is still appropriate for a younger audience. The Recruit revolves around politics and espionage, which viewers might find interesting but it’s not considered a family-friendly show. For example, in one of its episodes, Owen Hendricks is led on a tour of his CIA division in which he comes across a torture room and various methods of murder used by his superiors. The series does have quite a few surprises for Netflix fans as well as for people who are interested in politics and action movies.

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