If you loved the Awkward of MTV but wanted at least one of the characters to be a ghost, did Netflix get you a new show? With its self-directed lead, a very active bestie with no boundaries at all, Boo, Bitch! does not leave the Inbox incorrect.
Heck, I would be lying if I said I didn’t see Matty McKibben’s shadows in Boo, Bitch! ’A dreamy but sensitive man.
None of this should surprise us, of course, given that Awkward creator Lauren Iungerich and producer Erin Ehrlich are among the producers of Boo, Bitch !, and Tim Schauer and Kuba Soltysiak.
Boo Bitch Review
It now broadcasts eight easy-to-air Episodes, Boo, Bitch! The stars are broadcasting to Queen Lana Condor (who is also the main project coordinator) as Erika Vu, a high school principal who is determined to make a name for herself in the final weeks before graduation, a campaign that gets worse when she finds out (wow!) she is dead.
This awareness comes to an end with the first episode of Boo, Bitch !, we prepare a fast-paced indoor show with supernatural powers, a relationship drama, and one horror photo of a baby born suddenly in a hot tub.
As the season progresses, Erika’s post-mortem life becomes more complicated as she struggles to end her unfinished business and ends her year of explosion while ensuring that her decomposing body does not decompose completely before she has a chance to climb.
(High School is said to be hell. But for Erika, it’s like purgatory.) The characters in Erika’s orbit include her best off-beat Tamara Gia (Zoe Colletti), who is slowly getting tired of being treated like a doormat; Jake C. (Mason Versaw), the best boy in school; and the insignificant girl Riley (Aparna Brielle), who first became friends with Erika to create a girl code and prevent her from falling in love with Jake.
And without further ado, there’s a twist at the end of episode 6 that will blow your mind and make you think you didn’t get it first.