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Netflix's 'Partner Track' Season 2: Everything We Know So Far

Netflix's 'Partner Track' Season 2: Everything We Know So Far

Partner Track‘s creator Georgia Lee is sharing some of her plans for season two!

Netflix's workplace drama, Partner Track does not end with season 1. They have more in cooking and we guess that's what the audience needed. 

The series is based on the book of the same name and centers on a young lawyer looking to make a partner at her New York City law firm. As Ingrid navigates her personal and professional life alongside best friends Tyler (Bradley Gibson) and Rachel (Alexandra Turshen), her nemesis Dan Fallon (Nolan Gerard Funk), and her office crush Jeff Murphy (Dominic Sherwood) things get more complicated than she ever imagined.



 

Will there be a Partner Track season 2?

Season 1 of the series premiered on August 26 so we guess it's too early for Netflix to make an announcement for the second. But with the head over heels ending the possibility of season 2 is very high. Netflix hasn’t officially indicated whether Partner Track season 2 will happen. The show hasn’t been renewed or canceled, and Netflix will surely be looking at the first-month viewership before making a decision.

In a new interview with Deadline, Georgia Lee teased what fans could expect from a potential second season of the show. When asked whether there would be a second season, Georgia replied: “We don’t have an official pickup yet. I think everyone’s feeling very excited about it. We just started early chatting about season two but yeah, we’re very, very hopeful that we will get to continue to tell the story.”

What will season 2 be about?

Georgia mentioned that the new season will likely find Ingrid trying to pick up the pieces after she didn’t get the coveted partner spot, which she had been striving for throughout season one. “Marty Adler at the end of Season one is very upset with her,” Georgia said. “So I would say in Season two, we’ll see — we just started chatting about it — but I’d say we’ll see some of the fallout; he is not a man who can take that lightly.”

She continued, “Without giving away too much, I think what we’re circling right is exactly what you’re saying, which is that, for me, I like to think about, what are the themes like. The theme for Season one was very much discovering that real power comes from being true to yourself through Faustian bargains, I see a series of Faustian bargains that a lot of the characters go through. The theme for Season two that I personally find really interesting is exactly what you’re saying — that is a question that a lot of us start to face because it’s really about identity too — which is, Who am I now? Who am I with this? Who am I without that? We have an idea to move Ingrid to a place where she has to start to question that.”



 

She also hinted that after the “off-the-charts betrayal” in the finale, season two would explore what Murphy’s motivations were. Georgia added, “So I think what we will learn in Season 2 is a little bit more, why would a person like Murphy do that? What in his history has made him like that?”

Who might star in Partner Track season two?

We'll have to wait for Partner Track season two to be announced before getting a full cast list. Still, we'd of course expect lead actor Arden Cho to return as Ingrid Yun, plus Dominic Sherwood as Jeff Murphy.



 

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