New CIA-Inspired Netflix Series Starring Noah Centineo Is Coming Soon
Teen stars also grow up! Noah Centineo is stepping up his game and taking a plunge into a different genre than he is accustomed to. After the trilogy of To All The Boys, they chose him to lead a crime thriller with eight episodes ordered from Netflix.
The former star of The Fosters has also starred in the Disney Channel film How to Build a Better Boy and Netflix romantic comedy films Sierra Burgess Is a Loser and The Perfect Date.
From minor roles to even more prominent roles, Noah Centineo's career path is rising amid the global pandemic as he lands a new Netflix deal.
About The New Series By Netflix
The series, which is yet to have a name, will have Noah playing a fledgling lawyer at the CIA. When a former asset threatens to expose the nature of her long-term relationship with the CIA unless they exonerate her of a serious crime, he becomes entangled in dangerous global power politics.
The name of his character has also not been announced. Also, there is no news about other casting choices or character descriptions. Who will make be a part of this series?
About The Writer Alexi Hawley
The series is written by Alexi Hawley, who will also be showrunner and producer alongside Centineo himself. And for the actor loved by the young, the leap into the "adult" world is a triple.
This is so because, for a new project, he has chosen a crime masterpiece written by the great Hawley, albeit reinterpreted in a Netflix tone. Hawley was among the screenwriters of Castle and The Following. He is also the creator of The Rookie, currently in its third season in the USA on ABC.
More On Noah And The Production Team
Besides Noah and Alexi, Doug Liman, director, and producer of films such as The Bourne Saga and Mr. & Mrs. Smith, will produce the series with his Hypnotic. Centineo will be in theaters in the summer of 2022 alongside Dwayne Johnson with the film Black Adam.
For Netflix, after the trilogy that won the actor an MTV Movie Awards, the as-yet-untitled series is a way to keep a familiar face among its subscribers, still present on the platform.
About Noah Centineo
Born May 9, 1996, in Miami, Florida, Noah Centineo grew up with his older sister in Florida to a yoga teacher mother and an executive film producer father.
He cut his teeth at the municipal theater, then posed for some commercials and made some local parades. This allows him to find an agent in Los Angeles, where his family moves to give him all his chances.
After starring in the family comedy The Golden Retrievers, he joined the Disney team in 2009 and appeared in the sitcoms Austin & Ally and Shake It Up. It is also under the aegis of Disney that he shoots his first romantic comedy: How to Build a Better Boy (2014), but which goes under the radar.
With the family drama series The Fosters, he became known and obtained a nomination for the coveted Teen Choice Awards in 2017. The same year, he appeared as Dom Juan in the video for Havana, Camilla Cabello's hit.
But it was the Netflix film titled To All the Boys I've Loved that exploded Noah Centineo's notoriety in the summer of 2018. He played Peter Kavinsky, a quarterback with a big heart, who melted Lara Jean's heart. He makes a pact with her: to pretend to be her boyfriend before they fell in love. The sequel, formalized by Netflix, is eagerly awaited by fans.
In Sierra Burgess Is A Loser, released just a few weeks later, the American actor plays a similar profile. That of Jamey, a young solar high school student who has a text message conversation with Sierra Burgess, a teenage girl impersonating as the most popular girl in her high school.