- Arden Cho has reportedly joined the cast of Netflix’s upcoming live-action adaptation of “Avatar: The Last Airbender” as June the bounty hunter.
- June was first introduced towards the end of Season 1 of the original Nickelodeon series as a tracker hired by Zuko to hunt down Aang using Katara’s necklace.
- Last week, Avatar News also reported that James Sie, the original voice of the fan-favorite Cabbage Merchant, will be reprising the role for the live-action series.
Arden Cho has reportedly joined the cast of Netflix’s upcoming live-action adaptation of “Avatar: The Last Airbender.”
According to the fan page Avatar News, Cho will be playing June the bounty hunter in the Netflix adaptation. June was first introduced towards the end of Season 1 of the original Nickelodeon series as a tracker hired by Zuko to hunt down Aang using Katara’s necklace. With the help of her shirshu, June uses her impeccable tracking skills to capture any target she’s assigned.
‘Partner Track’: Netflix drops first trailer for series starring Arden Cho as a lawyer juggling love and career
- Netflix released the trailer for its upcoming series, “Partner Track,” on Friday.
- Arden Cho will star as Ingrid Yun, a first-generation Chinese American who aspires to become the first minority woman to make partner at her elite law firm.
- The ten-episode series is based on Helen Wan’s 2013 acclaimed novel of the same name.
- As told in the book, Yun’s life becomes complicated when she’s forced to juggle her love life and her work ambitions.
- Cho made headlines earlier this year when it was revealed by anonymous sources that the actor had left her role as Kira Yukimura in the MTV series “Teen Wolf” after being reportedly offered half the per-episode salary compared to her three female co-stars.
Netflix released the first official trailer for “Partner Track” on Friday. The upcoming series stars Arden Cho as Ingrid Yun, a first-generation Chinese American who aspires to become the first minority woman to make partner at her elite law firm.
The 10-episode series is based on Helen Wan’s 2013 acclaimed novel of the same name.
Arden Cho has finally addressed her sudden exit from “Teen Wolf” and the rumor that she declined to appear in the movie adaptation because of pay disparities.
Speaking with The Cut, Cho, 36, admitted she was “in shock” and could not believe the news when she heard her character was abruptly dropped from “Teen Wolf” during its hiatus between Season 5 and Season 6 in 2016.
Arden Cho rejects ‘Teen Wolf’ revival role because she was offered ‘half’ the pay given to her costars
- Paramount Plus announced the cast list for “Teen Wolf: The Movie” this week, with Arden Cho, who played Kira Yukimura in the MTV notably “not attached” to the project.
- Unidentified sources claimed that Cho declined to reprise her role because she was offered half the salary of her costars.
- Fellow “Teen Wolf” star Dylan O’Brien, who is also not returning, later “liked” a tweet about Cho’s refusal, leading fans to believe that he supports her decision.
- Cho, who has “liked” tweets about the news herself, expressed love for her fans in a tweet on Wednesday.
Arden Cho has expressed love for her fans after news of her refusal to be in the new “Teen Wolf” movie – purportedly due to having been offered half the compensation her co-stars were – made rounds on Tuesday.
Cho, who played the popular character Kira Yukimura in the MTV series, is “currently not attached” to the upcoming film at Paramount Plus, according to Variety, though additional names are set to be announced “at a later date.”
Arden Cho to star as ‘fierce’ lawyer fighting to become first Asian junior partner at law firm in new Netflix series
Netflix is developing a series based on Helen Wan’s 2013 novel “The Partner Track,” and starring actor Arden Cho, who is most known for her role on “Teen Wolf,” as the lead.
About the novel: Wan, who will serve as a consultant on the Netflix production, published the novel “The Partner Track” in 2013 by St. Martin’s Press.
Every millennial’s favorite YouTuber, Ryan Higa and “Teen Wolf” actress, singer and model, Arden Cho have been keeping us on our toes since 2010 when “Agents of Secret Stuff” premiered on YouTube. Nine years after these dating rumors, it’s finally been confirmed — Ryan and Arden are together.
It’s no secret that Korean-American actress and model Arden Cho has had quite a successful career.
Best known for her role as Kira Yukimura on the TV show Teen Wolf, Cho has built up a huge following online with over 2 million fans on Instagram alone.
Despite her all her success, Cho’s latest Instagram gives us a glimpse into her life as an actor.
“This is what a day off from filming looks like. Work never stops. I have 60+ pages to memorize.” Cho wrote in the post.
“Teen Wolf” star Arden Cho recently posted a video detailing her irritating experience in regards to racism and how ethnicity shouldn’t be considered as a big deal. Before the 31-year-old actress came to be known as Kira Yukimura in the hit series “Teen Wolf” she experienced a rough childhood filled with racism.
According to AsAmNews, Cho posted a lengthy video on YouTube detailing her experience with racism and how it’s been incessantly annoying her. The “Teen Wolf” star always had experiences where strangers would ask her “what” she is.