The first trailer for Partner Track, the new Netflix series with Teen Wolf's Arden Cho, has been released.
Helen Wan's 2013 novel of the same name has been inspired by the legal series, which has romance, drama, and amazing friends, so this is the next show to binge when it comes out next month.
Ingrid Yun, a first-generation Korean American woman and the first lawyer in her family, is the focus of the series, which attempts to join Parsons Valentine & Hunt, a predominantly white law practice.
Ingrid's life becomes more complicated as her charming ex-boyfriend joins her company just as she begins dating someone else.
Dominic Sherwood, who plays Michael Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and Ray Donovan's Alexandra Turshen are also expected to take part in the series.
Cho has recently spoken out about her decision not to join former Teen Wolf alums in the new spin-off film, following reports she rejected an offer that would have paid her less than her three other white female co-stars.
"I believe I was actually offered even less," Cho, who played Kira in the original TV series, told The Cut, while stating that she probably wouldn't have spoken publicly about it if it hadn't been leaked.
Cho went on to describe the experience of being paid less than white co-stars, saying: "I could, off the top of my head, think of over ten Asian American actors I know who were paid significantly less than their counterparts."
"Sometimes you don't have a choice to say 'no.' Other times you just need it. You've got bills to pay."
"I was not saying 'no' necessarily for me or because I was irritated." She added that she appreciates artists who are a little bit more transparent because they realize that we all are important.
Netflix will release Partner Track on August 26.