‘Boo, Bitch’ on Netflix: Cast, date, plot and the latest buzz about horror comedy series
We all love watching diverse kinds of horror comedy films and series that have horror laced with comedy alongside loads of drama, quirky plots, and compelling storytelling. These kinds of shows keep us glued to our screens. Netflix is bringing an out-of-the-box-themed YA (Young Adult) horror comedy series titled ‘Boo, Bitch’.
The series stars Lana Condor, Zoe Colletti, Mason Versaw, Aparna Brielle, Tenzing Norgay Trainor, and Jason Genao. Before the series hits the digital platform in July 2022, you can also check out other horror-comedy series like ‘The Baby’, ‘Shining Vale’, and ‘Truth Seekers’.
When is ‘Boo, Bitch’ releasing and where can you watch it?
The much-awaited teen horror comedy series ‘Boo, Bitch’ is releasing globally on July 8, 2022, on Netflix at 3:01 am EST.
What is the plot of ‘Boo, Bitch’?
The plot of the horror comedy series revolves around a high-school senior Erika Vu (Lana Condor). Erika Vu is a high-school senior and has always lived her life under the radar. She is a typical wallflower. However, one day she decides to come out of her wallflower self and firmly makes up her mind to live an epic life from then onwards. But the next day morning, she discovers that she’s actually a ghost which changes her life drastically. The chaotic comedy which would follow Erika and her friends after she learns that she is a ghost makes the series intriguing and quirky and one that should not be missed by viewers.
The official synopsis reads, “Over the course of one night, a high school senior (Condor) 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 that she’s a ghost."
Who stars in ‘Boo, Bitch’?
The actors that have been confirmed for the series are as follows:
Lana Condor as Erika Vu
American star, singer, and producer Lana Condor, 25, gained global fame and recognition for her brilliant performance as Lara Jean Covey in the hit Netflix ‘To All The Boys’ franchise films. She recently also acted alongside Cole Sprouse in the Netflix space romantic comedy film ‘Moonshot’. She made her acting debut with the film ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’. She has also acted in films like ‘Patriots Day’, ‘High School Lover’, ‘Alita: Battle Angel’, and ‘Summer Night’. She also appeared in Syfy drama series ‘Deadly Class’. Lana is going to portray the lead role of Erika Vu in the horror comedy YA series ‘Boo, Bitch’ that will release globally on Netflix.
The other actors to star in ‘Boo, Bitch’ are Zoe Colletti, Mason Versaw, Aparna Brielle, Tenzing Norgay Trainor, and Jason Genao.
‘Boo, Bitch’ has been created by Erin Ehrlich, Lauren Iungerich, Tim Schauer and Kuba Soltysiak. Ehrlich and Iungerich are credited as co-creators alongside Schauer and Soltysiak who will serve as executive producers and co-showrunners of the series. Lana Condor, Jonathon Komack Martin, Blake Goza, and Jamie Dooner will also serve as executive producers of the series.
Latest news about ‘Boo, Bitch’
Lana Condor is also serving as the executive producer of the series. ‘Boo, Bitch’will have eight episodes and each episode will be half an hour long.
In an interview with a global media outlet in November 2021, Lana Condor opened up about the series and shared, “It's a raunchy comedy. It is hilarious, it is filled with chaos in the best way and it has drama, but really, it's about how we can lose ourselves in the pursuit of trying to fit in. And that's just a part of life. There's a paranormal aspect to the show, but it is about staying true to yourself, how you can make mistakes in your life, but that never defines you. You can always come back from them."
She added, “I cannot wait for it to come out. The actors that we cast are all phenomenal and incredible. I think people are gonna really love it. I hope they do."
Talking about what makes her character Erika Vu quirky and relatable in the series ‘Boo, Bitch’, Lana said, “My character in Boo, Bitch, she has to hit rock bottom so she can build back up. She has a pretty horrible arc because she becomes a really bad person while trying to fit in."
The trailer for ‘Boo, Bitch’ has not been released yet. We would update this space as soon as it is out.