Action is calling and Noah Centineo looks ready.

On Wednesday, Netflix debuted the first official images from the upcoming spy series “The Recruit”, starring the “To All the Boys” alum.

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Vondie Curtis-Hall and Noah Centineo – Photo: Philippe Bossé/Netflix © 2022
Vondie Curtis-Hall and Noah Centineo – Photo: Philippe Bossé/Netflix © 2022

According to the streamer, the show “centres around Owen Hendricks (Noah Centineo), a young CIA lawyer whose first week on the job turns upside down when he discovers a threatening letter by former asset Max Meladze (Laura Haddock), who plans to expose the agency unless they exonerate her of a serious crime.”

Laura Haddock – Photo: Philippe Bossé/Netflix © 2022
Laura Haddock – Photo: Philippe Bossé/Netflix © 2022

“Owen quickly becomes entangled in a dangerous and often absurd world of power politics and mischievous players, as he travels the world in hopes of completing his assignment and making a mark at the CIA.”

Noah Centineo and Laura Haddock – Photo: Courtesy Of Netflix © 2022
Noah Centineo and Laura Haddock – Photo: Courtesy Of Netflix © 2022

Created by showrunner Alexi Hawley, the series also counts Centineo as one of its executive producers.

“It’s rare to find a fresh way into a story these days. And the spy genre is no different. From Jason Bourne to James Bond, the spy world is always seen through the eyes of a veteran operative who’s invariably the smartest (and toughest) guy in the room,” Hawley said.

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Fivel Stewart and Noah Centineo – Photo: Courtesy Of Netflix © 2022
Fivel Stewart and Noah Centineo – Photo: Courtesy Of Netflix © 2022

“But ‘The Recruit’ enters the world of espionage through fresh eyes — Owen Hendricks — a twenty-four year old, fresh out of law school, who doesn’t even have time to figure out where the bathrooms are before he’s pulled into a high-stakes case,” he continued. “None of us can realistically dream of being James Bond, but all of us have had a first job — with co-workers we can’t trust, and agendas we don’t understand. Only at the CIA, those hidden agendas can get you killed.”

Aarti Mann and Colton Dunn – Photo: Philippe Bossé/Netflix © 2022
Aarti Mann and Colton Dunn – Photo: Philippe Bossé/Netflix © 2022

The series also features some real spy movie bona fides, with “The Bourne Identity” director Doug Liman helming the first two episodes.

“The Recruit” premieres Dec. 16.