Teenage Bounty Hunters Season 2 Updates: Netflix has decided not to go for the 2nd season of Teenage Bounty Hunters. This news comes out after almost 2 months after the series debut, 14th August, on the streamer.
Teenage Bounty Hunters, which was created by Kathleen Jordan, zeroed on the fraternal twins, Sterling (played by Maddie Phillips) and Blair (played by Anjelica Bette Fellini), who were practicing pristine Southern lifestyle and looking for more trouble.
This team of the twins along with the experienced hunter Bowser Jenkins starts bringing in local criminals. These girls were able to perfectly manage their secret profession along with their high school life, including romance, advanced work of the school.
Blair and Sterling work hard to keep their academic world and the world of their questionable extracurricular activities separate.
Teenage Bounty Hunters Season 2
This show has cracked the Nielsen Streaming Rankings of the top 10 in the mid-week of August 17-23. This 10 episode series executive producers were Jordan, Jenji Kohan, Tara Herrmann, Robert Sudduth, and Black McCormick. Whereas Jesse Peretz was the director as well as the exec producer of the series.
This series which was aired 2 months ago will no longer come up with the new second season on Netflix. This series was actually a part of the Orange Is The New Black creator’s multi-year deal with Netflix.
The news of canceling the second season has come up on the same day that Netflix canceled GLOW, series focusing on the women’s wrestling group from the sets of the 1980s despite renewing the show for the last 4th season. GLOW has completed three-week filming of the new episodes and had to stop due to the Corona Virus lockdown.
On the reaction to this news on Twitter, a fa showed her grief, mentioning that Netflix has canceled two wonderful women-centered shows (GLOW and Teenage Bounty Hunters) on the same day. She also claimed that both the shows were women-oriented and these are the shows with good LGBTQ+ representation.
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