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    Partner Track to represent Asians positively and treat with respect

    To better reflect the Asian experience in its library. Adapted from Helen Wan’s novel with the same name. In addition, Netflix is producing the drama series Partner Track. Netflix announces series featuring Asian actors and positive plot. International audiences are anticipating the show.

    The show follows a female Asian American attorney battling for acceptance in a male-dominated, elitist law firm in New York. The series is likely to launch on Netflix in 2022.

    Netflix has the chance to attract new audiences

    “We’re looking forward to creating this story about an Asian American woman who tries to break the glass at a law firm,” a statement from the director. Furthermore, more shows and movies that feature underrepresented communities are welcome on the Netflix platform. By ordering TV shows and movies with Asian American actors.

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    The streaming service has consistently amplified Asian perspectives. Also, Netflix movies like To All the Boys and The Half of It demonstrate this. Partner Track can now be added to the list. Netflix is working hard to create unique content that will draw new audiences from Asia. Lastly, we’ll be waiting to see how the series performs.

    She aims to make it in a male-dominated society

    A young lawyer, Ingrid Yun, is played by Arden Cho “an idealistic young lawyer, struggling to maintain her passions while competing in a prestigious New York City law firm. A true idealist, Cho is curious, a quick learner, fierce, and kind. Nonetheless, she is eager to become PVA’s first Asian American junior partner. Also, a Manhattan law firm with a reputation for excellence.

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    In the process of bargaining and battling with these power structures. Cho wrestles with the idea of being true to herself.

    In addition to them, Bradley Gibson, Alexandra Turshen, Dominic Sherwood, Rob Heaps, Nolan Gerard Funk, and Matthew Rauch contribute to the supporting cast. As reported in the Hollywood Reporter, the series will consist of 10 episodes, which will be filmed in New York in the near future. Lastly, Netflix will launch Partner Track. Netflix is working hard to create unique content that will draw new audiences from Asia. We’ll be waiting to see how the series performs.

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