EntertainmentWhat is Boo, Bitch starring Lana Condor about?

What is Boo, Bitch starring Lana Condor about?


To All the Boys actress Lana Condor stars in the leading role of Erika Vu in the comedy miniseries Boo, Bitch. If you’re curious about what this show is all about, we’ve got you covered!

Boo, Bitch is a new original series created by Tim Schauer, Kuba Soltysiak, Erin Ehrlich, and Lauren Iungerich. You might be familiar with Iungerich as the creator of the MTV teen series Awkward and as the co-creator of the Netflix original On My Block. Ehrlich worked alongside Iungerich on Awkward as a producer, and Soltysiak and Schauer were both writers on the short John F. Kennedy: The 60 Minutes Interview. Also, the show was produced by Iungerich’s production company, Crazy Cat Lady Entertainment.

Besides Condor, the rest of the cast includes Zoe Colletti, Mason Versaw, Aparna Brielle, Tenzing Norgay, Jason Genao, Jami Alix, Reid Miller, and many others.

I don’t want to hold you back from watching Boo, Bitch any longer. So without further ado, here’s the official synopsis and more below!

Boo, Bitch synopsis

The story follows a high school senior named Erika Vu, who has stayed under the radar for most of her high school experience. Then, one day, Erika and her best friend Gia decide they want to experience their last days as seniors living their best life, so they engage in a wild night out. But Erika wasn’t expecting to wake up the next morning as a ghost.

Here’s the official synopsis via Netflix Media Center below:

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 motherf*%king ghost.

Boo, Bitch was given an age rating of TV-14, meaning it may be inappropriate for ages 14 and under. There are kissing scenes, underage drinking, sexual references, substance use, and profanity used by the characters. So parents are strongly cautioned.

Take a look at the official trailer below!

Boo, Bitch is available to stream on Netflix right now. Will you be watching the comedy miniseries?


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