Boo, Bitch will make you jump in your seats with laughter starting July 2022.
Boo, Bitch is a Netflix original limited series that stars Lana Condor as a ghost who is trying to live her “life.” Intrigued? Here is everything we know about Boo, Bitch.
Table of Contents
- Boo, Bitch Release Date: When Will the Limited Series Come Out?
- Boo, Bitch Cast: Who are the Actors Included in the Netflix Series?
- Boo, Bitch 3 Crew: Who are the Creatives Behind the Scenes?
- Boo, Bitch Plot: What Will be the Plot of the Comedy Series?
- Boo, Bitch Trailer: Is There a Trailer for Boo, Bitch ?
- Where to Watch Boo, Bitch : Where Can I Watch the Series?
Boo, Bitch Release Date: When Will the Limited Series Come Out?
Boo, Bitch is a limited comedy series that is a Netflix original. The series premiered on the streaming service on July 8, 2022.
Boo, Bitch Cast: Who are the Actors Included in the Netflix Series?
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before star Lana Condor plays the lead role in Boo, Bitch. Her participation in the show was confirmed in February 2021 when her character, Erica Vu, was also announced. The primary cast characters include Maddison Thompson as Emma, Zoe Margaret Colletti as Gia, Aparna Brielle as Riley, and Reid Miller as Brad.
The other confirmed characters in the limited series are :
- Cathy Vu – Mrs. Vu
- John Brantley Cole – Dr. Vu
- Van Brunelle – Oliver Vu
- Asia King – Portia
- Ollie Walters – Leo
- Jenn Santos – May
- Mary Aldousary – Ms. Dollar
- Tenzing Norgay Trainor – Gavin
- Alyssa Jirrels – Alyssa
- Jason Genao – Devon
- Mason Versaw – Jake C.
- Conor Husting – Jake W.
- Austin Fryberger – Archer
- Ben Cain – Fred
- Jami Alix – Lea
- Savira Windyani – Sail
- Abigail Achiri – Raven
- Brittany Bardwell – Sophia
- Isidoro Perez – Diego
- Michael Solomon – Jake M.
- Laura Louise – Oleanna
- Nick Benson – Chase
- Susan Song – Ms. Huang
- Mason Lawrence – Darwin
- Violet Spingarn – Keisha
Boo, Bitch 3 Crew: Who are the Creatives Behind the Scenes?
Tim Shauer and Kuba Soltysiak are the co-creators of the series. Erin Ehrlich (known for her work in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend) and Lauren Iungerich (from Awkward) is the main writers for the entire series as well as being executive producers of the show along with Lana Condor, Jonathon Komack Martin (producer of Deadpool), Blake Goza (The Escort), and Jamie Dooner.
Ehrlich and Iungrich are the showrunners.
The production house responsible for bringing us Boo, Bitch is Crazy Cat Lady Development.
Boo, Bitch Plot: What Will be the Plot of the Comedy Series?
We don’t know about much about the plot of Boo, Bitch yet, but we can deduce a bit from the information we have. Boo, Bitch introduces us to Erika and Gia, two best friends who feel like they have not made the most of their high school. They decide to start living now, but when they become involved in an accident, they look at life with brand new eyes, encouraging them to be braver and wilder.
Production Weekly released a short synopsis of the series:
Erika Vu (Condor) is completely bummed out. She is in her final weeks of high school, and nobody even knows her name, thanks largely to popular mean girl Riley, who has constantly dissed and undermined Erika throughout the school. But when her best friend Gia convinces Erika to go to a big high school party, Erika overcomes her shyness and becomes the toast of the evening — even capturing the attention of sexy Jake C, Riley’s recent ex. However, when the hungover Gia and Erika retrace their steps the day after to find Erika’s missing necklace, they may have a surprise in store — a shock that takes Erika’s finally on-track life in a wholly unexpected direction — to say the very least.
Boo, Bitch Trailer: Is There a Trailer for Boo, Bitch?
Yes, there is a trailer for Boo, Bitch. Netflix released the trailer for the limited series on June 13, 2022.
The Boo, Bitch trailer introduces us to Erika and her friend Gia, high school students in their senior year who want to live life to the fullest before they graduate. They start going to parties and standing up to their bullies, but then destiny takes them for a wild ride when the best friends are involved in an accident, turning one of them into a ghost.
You can watch the trailer here:
Where to Watch Boo, Bitch: Where Can I Watch the Series?
Boo, Bitch will be available on Netflix starting on July 8, 2022. Netflix has a ton of other shows you can enjoy while waiting for Boo, Bitch to premiere on the streaming site. You can watch shows like Warrior Nun, Sweet Tooth, Locke and Key, First Kill, and The Umbrella Academy.
Boo, Bitch is a coming-of-age movie with a twist. We are happy to see Lara Condor explore more roles and characters, allowing us to see more of her talents. Boo, Bitch may be the surprise hit series we don’t know we need.