Boo, Bitch Season 1
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It is a scary time to be creating television. This spring/summer season has been the epitome of 57 streaming platforms and nothing on. No show seems to be creating that much buzz. Not even series headlined by big-name stars (sorry The Terminal List). Not even returns of once-popular shows (apologies to you Westworld). Not even a new entry into the Star Wars mythology made much of a splash (sad face emoji to you and your scruffy beard, Obi-Wan Kenobi).
CONDOR: Not necessarily. I actually did watch Mean Girls because I've never really played a character like bad bitch Erika, when she becomes a bitch. I've noticed [that] mean girls talk differently. Like, they have more crack in their voice [and] more like, vocal fry. I watched The Devil Wears Prada. Emily Blunt's character in that, she's mean, but subtle about it. So those are a couple of things that I watched, but ultimately, I did try and create my character based off of what was on the page and my own instincts.
CONDOR: That's a tough question for me because I [approached] Erika as if I was playing two totally different characters. That's kind of how I was able to compartmentalize that in my head. Because we have the 'Helen Who' Erika and we have the bad bitch Erika. So they were two very different characters for me. Which oftentimes like... I would say that, in terms of the Erika that we meet in the beginning, I very much am someone who [is] totally fine with having one friend. As Lana, I'm totally fine with being able to count my friends on my hands and just vibe. I think Erika, right or wrong, she's very comfortable with just herself and with Gia. So that's very similar to me. I'm definitely more outspoken than the Helen Who version. And then as we transition over to bad bitch Erika, I would like to think that I can't totally relate, but in terms of her presentation and the way she walks into a room very confidently, I would say that I'm a fairly confident person. So I would say that that's a similarity, but I'd like to think I'm not a royal bitch.
Boo, BitchSeason1Episode5Air dateFebruary 24, 2021WriterMike Gauyo and Briana BelserDirectorSudz SutherlandEpisode guidePreviousNextLydia Bennett is Hundo A FeministI'm TriggeredBoo, Bitch is the fifth episode of the first season of Ginny & Georgia. It premiered on February 24, 2021. It is written by Mike Gauyo and Briana Belser, and directed by Sudz Sutherland.
Season 1 of Boo Bitch is now available to watch on Netflix.Let us know what you thought in the comments below and vote in the poll.NOTE: Obviously people will be posting their thoughts/reactions to the season as a whole, so there will be spoilers in the comments. We advise you not to read the comments until you have watched the whole season.POLL : What did you think of Boo Bitch - Season 1
As of this moment, there is no confirmation regarding the the season of Boo Bitch. However, if there is another season, it is safe to speculate that the following cast will return for the second season.
As of July 2022, we did not receive any information about another season of the series. We expect the team to give an update regarding the same as soon as possible. Once we know more we will definitely update you. 59ce067264