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‘Boo, Bitch’ on Netflix Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot

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You won’t want to miss Boo, Bitch on Netflix if you like Elite, Gossip Girl, Stranger Things, Sex Education, and The End Of The F World.

When high school student Erika Vu wakes up one morning and discovers she is truly a ghost, the eight-part series brings Halloween and the eerie season to summer 2022.

To ensure you don’t miss a thing, Newsweek has all the information you need about Boo, Bitch, including the release date, cast, trailer, plot, and more.

‘Boo, Bitch’ Release Date on Netflix

The good news is that you won’t have to wait long for Boo, Bitch to become available on Netflix in all countries.

On Friday, July 8, eight episodes of Boo, Bitch will be available for streaming and downloading at once. Boo, Bitch can only be viewed by Netflix subscribers. Currently, a subscription costs $9.99 per month.

Who Plays the Cast of Netflix’s “Boo, Bitch”?

In Boo, Bitch on Netflix, Lana Condor, who starred into All the Boys, plays Erika Vu.

At only 25 years old, she is also one of the series’ executive producers.

Condor is also well recognized for her roles as Jubilee in X-Men: Apocalypse, Li in Patriots Day, Koyomi in Alita: Battle Angel, Saya Kuroki in Deadly Class, and Lexi in Summer Night, in case you missed the To All the Boys trilogy on Netflix.

Gia, Erika’s best friend, is portrayed by Fear the Walking Dead’s Zoe Colletti, and Jake C., Erika’s crush on Tick, Tick…BoomMason !’s Versaw.

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Aparna Brielle, who stars in The Dead Girls Detective Agency, portrays Riley, the most popular student, and Tenzing Norgay Trainor, who stars in Modern Family, portrays Gavin, a medium who speaks with the dead.

Jason Genao from On My Block portrays Devon, while Alyssa Jirrels from Saved by the Bell portrays Alyssa.

What’s the story of “Boo, Bitch” on Netflix?

The protagonist of Boo, Bitch is Erika Vu, who wakes up after a crazy party to discover she is now a ghost and living on Earth.

Erika and her pals decided to tackle an extensive to-do list because they knew her time on Earth was running out.

“Over the course of one night, a high school senior, 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… she’s a motherf*% king ghost,” teases the official synopsis for the Netflix film Boo, Bitch.

Boo, Bitch: Is a Trailer Available?

Boo, Bitch on Netflix has a hilarious new teaser that introduces viewers to Erika Vu’s amazing and bizarre world.

There will definitely be plenty of chuckles in store, even though the trailer does not reveal very much about the show’s plot.

It is obvious that Erika will find it difficult to negotiate the supernatural world because she believes that she can pass through glass doors as a ghost, just like she has seen in movies, or because she is concerned about ghost babies.

The teaser also suggests that Erika wants to surpass her fame in life in death, but viewers will have to watch to find out how she plans to accomplish this.

Boo, Bitch will debut on Netflix on Friday, July 8.


Ankita Khanrah is a second-year student of the Master of Communication and Journalism (Integrated) programme at the School of Mass Communication, KIIT Deemed University, Bhubaneswar.

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