‘To All the Boys’ fame Lana Condor is the lead role and producer of the upcoming Netflix comedy series ‘Boo, Bitch’. This is the latest addition to Netflix’s already existing comedy genre. Additionally, the showrunners and writers of the series are Erin Ehrlich, known for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and Lauren Iungerich, known for On My Block and Awkward, respectively.
Should you watch this show? Is it worth your time? Read more to find out.
Boo, Bitch: Cast and Topic!
It was confirmed by Netflix in February 2021 that Boo will be directed by Lana Condor. She is best known for her role as Lara Jean in the To All the Boys trilogy on Netflix. The other cast of the series is currently unknown.
This role expands Condor’s relationship with the streaming giant, as he plays the lead role in the Netflix YA rom-com “To All the Boys Ive Loved Before.” She has since starred in the sequel to “To All the Boys: PS I Still Love You” in 2020 and will star in the upcoming third installment in the series, “To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean.” The third movie will be released on February 12.
Unfortunately, not much has been revealed about the plot of the limited series. As of now, not much information about the show has been made public. But the synopsis for ‘Production Weekly’ somewhat reveals that Erika Vu (Condor) is in her senior year of high school. He is completely ignored and stunned. The show talks about how she managed to come out of her insecurities and shyness.
It has been confirmed by Variety that Netflix has ordered an eight-episode series from Boo, Bitch, meaning it’s a limited series. Each episode will be half an hour long.
Boo, Bitch: Trailer and Release date!
We don’t have any news about the trailer of this movie. But we have something for you. Here’s a clip from To All The Boys where Lana Condor won everyone’s hearts.
Netflix hasn’t set a release date for Boo, Bitch, but the series is likely to arrive sometime in 2022.