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

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

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

So that you never miss a thing, Newsweek has everything you need about Boo, Bitch including release date, cast, trailer, plot and more.

‘Boo, Bitch’ Netflix Release Date

The good news is that we don’t have to wait long for Boo, Bitch to be available on Netflix in all countries.

8 episodes of Boo, Bitch will be available for streaming and download on Friday, July 8th. Boo, Bitch is only available to Netflix subscribers. The current subscription fee is $9.99 per month.

Who plays the cast of Netflix’s “Boo, Bitch”?

Lana Condor, who appeared in All Boys on Netflix’s Boo, Bitch, plays Erika Vu.

At just 25, she is also executive producer of the series.

Condor is best known as Jubilee from X-Men: Apocalypse, Li from Patriots Day, Koyomi from Alita: Battle Angel, Saya Kuroki from Deadly Class, and Lexi from Summer Night. Netflix trilogy.

Erika’s best friend, Gia, and Zoe Colletti from the Fear Walking Dead are Tick, Tick… Erika’s love for Versaw in BoomMason ! is played by Jake C.

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Aparna Brielle, starring in Dead Girls Detective Agency, plays Riley, the hottest student, and Tenzing Norgay Trainor, starring in Modern Family, as Gavin, a medium talking to the dead.

Jason Genao from On My Block plays Devon and Alyssa Jirrels from Saved by the Bell plays Alyssa.

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

Erika Vu, the protagonist of Boo, Bitch, wakes up after a crazy party to find out that she is now a ghost and lives on Earth.

Erika and her friends knew they had little time left on Earth, so they decided to tackle an extensive to-do list.

“One night, a high school student who lives her life safely under the radar seizes the opportunity to change her narrative and begin to live an epic life, but only the next morning… The official synopsis of the Netflix movie “Ghost” has been released.

Boo, bitch: Do you have a trailer?

Boo, Bitch on Netflix has a fun new teaser that introduces viewers to the amazing and bizarre world of Erika Vu.

Even if the trailer doesn’t reveal much about the show’s plot, it’s sure to get a lot of laughs.

It’s clear that Erica will have a hard time negotiating the supernatural world, either because she believes she can be a ghost and pass through glass doors, as in the movies, or because she’s worried about a ghost baby.

The teaser also hints that Erica wants to go beyond her lifetime fame, but how she will achieve this will remain to be seen by viewers.

Boo, Bitch debuts on Netflix on Friday, July 8th.

Ankita Khanra


Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the School of Mass Communication at KIIT Deemed University in Bhubaneswar.

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