Boo, Bitch Trailer Released by Netflix: Everything We Know

Netflix has today released the official trailer for the upcoming comedy Original, Boo, Bitch starring Lana Condor in an eight-episode limited series written by Erin Ehrlich and Lauren Iungerich.

The show follows Erika Vu (Lana Condor) as she navigates the complexities of high school. Up to now, she has managed to survive under the radar after being suppressed by popular mean girl Riley (Aparna Brielle). One night, however, she seizes an opportunity presented to her to become popular at a party. The following day, however, she finds out her chances of popularity may be gone for good when she realises that she’s woken as a ghost.

When Will Boo, Bitch Premiere?

It has been confirmed that Boo, Bitch will be released onto Netflix internationally on July 8, 2022 — this makes it just under a month before the series is released.

How Many Episodes Will There Be?

Unfortunately, the show is billed as a “limited series” which means that the show will only have the first season. It’s unclear if this will stick, though, as we’ve seen several limited series in the past get a second season from Netflix; it all depends on the popularity.

As for season one and the initial release, there will be eight episodes which are expected to be around 30 minutes each, bringing the total run time of the series to around 4 hours — easily bingeable in a day for those who are fans of Candor.

Boo, Bitch Trailer

Today, Netflix has released the trailer for the series, which can be found below.

Boo, Bitch trailer (Credit: Netflix)

Who is Set to Appear?

The main cast of Boo, Bitch seems pretty strong, and appearing alongside Lana Condor include Madison Thompson (Ozark), Aparna Brielle (A.P. Bio), Tenzing Norgay Trainor (Liv and Maddie), Alyssa Jirrels (Saved by the Bell), Margaret Coletti (Fear the Walking Dead), and Reid Miller (YOU).

The full cast includes:

  • Lana Condor as Erika Vu
  • Madison Thompson as Emma
  • Zoe Margaret Colletti as Gia
  • Aparna Brielle as Riley
  • Reid Miller as Brad
  • Tenzing Norgay Trainor as Gavin
  • Alyssa Jirrels as Alyssa
  • Jason Genao as Devon
  • Mason Versaw as Jake C
  • Conor Husting as Jake W
  • Austin Fryberger as Archer
  • Ben Cain as Fred
  • Jami Alix as Lea
  • Savira Windyani as Sail
  • Violet Spingarn as Keisha
  • Cathy Vu as Mrs. Vu
  • Abigail Achiri as Raven
  • Brittany Bardwell as Sophia
  • Isidoro Perez as Diego
  • Michael Solomon as Jake M
  • Laura Louise as Oleanna
  • Nick Benson as Chase
  • Susan Song as Ms. Huang
  • John Brantley Cole as Dr. Vu
  • Van Brunelle as Oliver Vu
  • Asia King as Portia
  • Ollie Walters as Leo
  • Jenn Santos as May
  • Mary Aldousary as Mrs. Dollar
  • Mason Lawrence as Darwin

Despite only being billed as a limited series, we’re expecting this to gather a lot of fans given the popularity of Condor from hit movie series To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.

Are you excited for the release? Let us know!

Written by Luke Rigby

Luke has been writing television and movie recaps for years. He enjoys writing about CW shows in particular and media released on demand rather than on live TV. He is from the UK, so coverage is iffy.

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