5 Netflix shows that definitely won’t be back in 2023

Vikings: Valhalla. Stanislav Callas as Jorundr in episode 204 of Vikings: Valhalla. Cr. Bernard Walsh/Netflix © 2022
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The Recruit. (L to R) Laura Haddock as Max Meladze, Noah Centineo as Owen Hendricks in episode 106 of The Recruit. Cr. Philippe Bossé/Netflix © 2022 /

The Recruit season 2

Get ready to see Noah Centineo return as young CIA lawyer Owen Hendricks in The Recruit season 2! The spy thriller was officially renewed for a second season on Jan. 26, and now everyone’s wondering when they can expect it to be released. Unfortunately, we won’t be seeing any new episodes this year because Netflix has already confirmed that the second season will be coming out in 2024.

The streaming giant did not provide a specific date in 2024, but we’re probably looking at a spring 2024 release at the earliest. However, we can’t see Netflix holding the release any later than the summer.

Based on how things left off in the season 1 finale, there’s so much more to explore in a second season. One of the main things we need to know is if former CIA asset Max Meladze is still alive. I’m sure we’ll find out at the beginning of season 2.

We don’t know every actor who will be returning for The Recruit season 2, but we know for sure that Centineo will be reprising his role. We can probably expect the return of Aarti Mann (Violet), Colton Dunn (Lester), Fivel Stewart (Hannah), Daniel Quincy Annoh (Terrence), Kristian Bruun (Janus Ferber), and Vondie Curtis-Hall (Walter Nyland) as well. There will most likely be new cast additions too.