‘Everyone’s allowed to love whoever they want’: ‘Boo Bitch’ star Lana Condor addresses her onscreen WMAF relationships
Lana Condor re-enrolls in high school for Netflix’s newly released miniseries “Boo, Bitch.”
The 8-episode comedy series puts a spooky twist on the world of teenage drama Condor previously explored for her breakout role in the “To All The Boys” franchise. In “Boo, Bitch,” her character Erika Vu wakes up one day to find she’s become a ghost who’s still capable of interacting with the world. Realizing she’d spent most of her life unnoticed, with the help of best friend Gia, she decides to spend the rest of her days as someone her peers will remember — but at what cost?
- Netflix has released a new trailer for “Boo Bitch” with “To All the Boys” star Lana Condor taking the lead role.
- The eight-episode series will premiere on the streaming platform on July 8.
Lana Condor stars in Netflix’s newly released trailer for the upcoming comedy series “Boo Bitch” from writers Erin Ehrlich (“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”) and Lauren Iungerich (“Awkward”).
The “To All the Boys” star plays the role of Erica Vu, a high school senior who has managed to lay low for most of her life until things suddenly take a turn.