Will there be a Partner Track season 2 on Netflix?

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Netflix's Partner Track is the latest workplace-based drama to steal our attention, and safe to say we're very eager for more.

Currently taking the number five spot in Netflix's top ten, the series follows lawyer Ingrid Yun as she works to make partner at a top New York City firm. Based on the novel by Helen Wan, Partner Track mixes romance with work competition, as Ingrid finds herself caught between current boyfriend Nick Laren and charming former one-night stand Jeff Murphy.

If, like us, you've been invested for all ten episodes, you're probably wondering whether there's a season two on the way any time soon. Here's everything you need to know about a Partner Track season two. *Spoilers ahead*.

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Has Partner Track season two been confirmed?

Unfortunately, a Partner Track season two hasn't been confirmed by Netflix just yet. The show only launched last week (26th August) so there's still time for a potential second series to be announced, though.

Plus, Partner Track isn't listed as a limited series on the streamer (limited series are usually restricted to one standalone season), which is good news. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, showrunner Georgia Lee revealed, "We don't even have a green light for season two yet," though she did speculate on what could happen in a second series - so that's hopeful.

Fingers crossed!

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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There's also Ingrid's colleagues Rachel Friedman and Tyler Robinson, played by Alexandra Turshen and Bradley Gibson, plus Nolan Gerard Funk who stars as competitive lawyer Dan Fallon.

It's unlikely that we'll be seeing actor Rob Heaps back as Nick Laren, after Ingrid and Nick's relationship came crashing down. But hey, that's not to say he won't pop back up in Ingrid's life, so we'll have to wait and see.

What could happen in Partner Track season two?

The Partner Track season one finale featured a shock betrayal - as Ingrid found out the reason she didn't make partner was because Jeff (Murphy) had told the firm about her being arrested.

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Explaining why writers chose to make Jeff a more complex character, showrunner Georgia Lee hinted at where the lawyer could go in season two.

She told EW, "For me, it's about making the characters more understandable, because if we understand who they are, where they came from, then we will understand why they do what they do. We will come to understand Murphy a bit more as a whole human being in season two."

When could Partner Track season two be released?

We'll need season two to be confirmed before getting any intel on a release date. If a second series goes ahead, we'd expect new episodes to drop some time in 2023.

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