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The Recruit Season 2: The Following and Rookie: Feds Alumni Among Latest Additions to Netflix’s Spy Drama

The Recruit Season 2: The Following and Rookie: Feds Alumni Among Latest Additions to Netflix’s Spy Drama
The Recruit Season 2: The Following and Rookie: Feds Alumni Among Latest Additions to Netflix’s Spy Drama

The Recruit just made its first major casting addition for Season 2. Netflix’s action-thriller, which stars Noah Centineo as CIA lawyer Owen Hendricks, has added South Korean actor Teo Yoo to its roster of series regulars, TVLine has learned.

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Yoo’s character, Jang Kyun, is described as a “clever and driven South Korean NIS agent, highly skilled with a subversive sense of humor and willing to go to any lengths to protect those he cares about.”

Additionally, the following nine cast members have been added to Season 2 in recurring roles:

* James Purefoy (The Following) as Oliver Bonner-Jones, a charming, rich, British businessman who lives in a world between legal and illegal

* Felix Solis (The Rookie: Feds) as Tom Wallace, a senior diplomat in the State Department tasked with bringing American hostages home

* Young-Ah Kim (One Ordinary Day) as Grace, a savvy senior intelligence officer and single mother who is under increasing pressure to discover what the CIA is up to in her country

* Do Hyun Shin (The Banker) as Yoo Jin Lee, a free-spirited young woman with a childhood connection to Owen

* Sanghee Lee (All of Us Are Dead) as Nan Hee, a passionate and nurturing Korean aide worker with a sly sense of humor

* Omar Maskati (Good Sam) as Jae King, a jet-setting rich kid with a charming and affable personality

* Brooke Smith (Grey’s Anatomy) as Marcy Potter, a seasoned and serious CIA Counter Espionage Group officer leading a crucial investigation

* Devika Bhise (The Rookie: Feds) as Juno Marsh, an eager CIA Counter Espionage Group officer whose buttoned-up persona masks a bit of a wild side

* Alana Hawley Purvis (Charmed) as Amanda Fern, a stern and by-the-book CIA Station Chief in Seoul who is resistant to taking any instruction from a CIA operative

According to Netflix, the show’s second season finds Owen “pulled into a life-threatening espionage situation in South Korea, only to realize that the bigger threat just might be coming from inside the Agency.”

A return date for The Recruit, which dropped its eight-episode first season in December 2022, has not yet been announced, but production has officially begun in Vancouver. The sophomore run will also film in Seoul.

Are you excited to reunite with The Recruit? Drop a comment with your thoughts on Centineo’s Netflix hit below.

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