Lana Condor stars in “Boo Bitch,” a supernatural teen comedy about life after death. Erika Vu, a high schooler who wants to break out of her wallflower shell, stars in the upcoming American miniseries. She is completely unaware that the shell is her physical form.
As her senior year of high school comes to an end, she decides to have a wild night out, only to wake up dead the next morning. She now returns to school as a ghost and must figure out how to finish whatever she left behind. The truth about her death has yet to be revealed.
The show, created by Lauren Lungerich, will be released on Netflix and will have eight episodes, airing all at once rather than episode by episode. Among others, Aparna Brielle, Zoe Colletti, and Mason Versaw appear in the miniseries. This article contains all of the most recent information and news about “Boo Bitch.”
“Boo Bitch” Cast & Team Behind the Camera
The American supernational comedy, created by Tim Schauer, Kuba Soltysiak, Erty Ehrlich, and Lauren Iungerich, is a mini-series consisting of eight episodes that premiered on Netflix on February 5, 2021. Erin and Lauren join executive producers Lana Condor, Jonathan Komack, Martin, Blake Goza, and Jamie Doone.
It is a Netflix Original, and because it is a limited series, Condor was cast to star in it as well. The series’ known cast, as well as the recurring cast, is listed below:
Erika is played by Lana Condor.
Gia is played by Zoe Colletti.
Jake C. is played by Mason Versaw.
Riley is played by Aparna Brielle.
Gavin is played by Tenzing Norgay Trainor.
Devon is played by Jason Genao.
Boo Bitch Trailer & Plot Synopsis
Lana Condor, a popular face from the hit film franchise To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, is featured in the trailer. Despite its supernatural background, the show is somewhat in this genre and has a comedic storyline. Her remark about ‘whether she can get pregnant after being a ghost and if there are ghost babies’ was the most amusing part.
“Over the course of one night, a high school senior who’s lived her life safely under the radar seizes the opportunity to change her narrative and start living an epic life, only to find out the next morning… she’s a ghost!” says Netflix of Boo Bitch.
Erika is now trapped in this world as a ghost until she completes her unfinished business. Throughout the plot, she is seen learning the dos and don’ts of ghosts. She reveals another twist in the story, stating that if she becomes more famous after death than in her primary state, she will be able to remain in this world as a ghost. Erika enjoys this “Epic Life” after death because she has a new narrative for her life, or perhaps afterlife, and can enjoy it fully.
Lana explains her character Erika Vu in an interview with Seventeen Magazine: “My character becomes the worst person ever.” She describes it as crappy and mean. It will be interesting to see how Erika can be mean, especially since we already know how she becomes a ghost diva, a life she always desired.
Boo Bitch Release Date & Renewal Chances
Boo Bitch will be available on Netflix beginning Friday, July 8th, with a total of eight episodes released simultaneously on the streaming platform. Each episode will last approximately 30 minutes.
When it comes to the show being renewed for another season, the chances are slim because it is a miniseries, and if the creators leave the story unfinished and wish to finish it in another season, even if it is a miniseries, this can negatively affect the moods of the audience and cause the show to face backlash.
I hope the series can capture the audience’s attention and justify humour in the supernatural world.
Some Recommendations From This Team’s Previous Works
While we wait for “Boo Bitch,” fans can watch Lana Condor in the To All The Boys trilogy, which includes the films To All the Boys I Loved Before, To All the Boys I Loved After, and To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, and To All the Boys: Always and Forever, the final instalment. On My Block is another well-known teen comedy-drama created by the same people that currently has four seasons and depicts a group of best friends adjusting to high school and life in a rough Los Angeles neighbourhood.