Arden Cho, best known for the MTV series Teen Wolf, has found a new home in the form of the drama Partner Track. And better yet. She’s the lead, during a time where we desperately need representation in general. And the fact that she’s an Asian woman leading this drama is another step forward for this community and for the actor in general.
Partner Track, which is streaming on Netflix, will have 10 episodes in season 1 with no word on season 2. It’s based on Helen Wan’s 2013 book titled “The Partner Track.” It tells the story of a young Chinese-American lawyer named Ingrid Yun as she struggles to make partner at a New York City law firm who is definitely on the side of being elite and highly sought after.
We got our first look of Cho as Yun thanks to the Netflix account “Netflix Golden” which uplifts the Asian community. It shows Cho, looking like actual perfection, in a pink jacket while looking like she is ready to take on the world and then some. She’s also staring someone down as if saying, “Test me because we both know I’ll win and look good while doing it.”
Previously, Cho made waves when she declined to return to the Teen Wolf Movie. It was alleged that she wasn’t being paid the same amount of money to return as her female counterparts aka she was being offered half. Ultimately, Cho ended up with a better deal and is on the right track to make a name for herself outside of those that didn’t appreciate her or her talent.
So, good luck, Arden Cho. You’ve got this and we can’t wait to see what you do next!
Partner Track is set to hit Netflix this summer 2022.