Lana Condor is back in action over on Netflix after Boo, Bitch dropped on the streaming service at the weekend. After binge-watching the whole series, fans have been taking to social media to share one specific reaction.
Following on from To All The Boys I've Loved Before, Lana takes on the role of Erika Vu in Boo, Bitch, an unpopular school student who gets a new lease of life after discovering she's dead.
As the official description reads, "Two senior BFFs make a last-ditch attempt to be seen. But when one of them becomes a ghost, she'll need to really live her best life - while she can."
While many viewers are loving the camp, high-school movie vibe of the series (it feels very Mean Girls in parts), others can't help but share how surprisingly emotional the show made them feel.
*Spoilers* At the end of the series, it's revealed that Erika's BFF Gia (played by Zoe Colletti) was actually the one who was killed by the moose, and hid her death from Erika because she didn't want her friend to stop living life. Despite their blossoming romance, Gia and Gavan also don't end up together, though they do go to prom and share one last dance together.
As one fan put it, "I just finished Boo, Bitch it wasn’t that good, but I really liked Gia :( and Gavan and Gia… They had so much potential sob." Another said, "Episode 8 of Boo, Bitch had me sobbing" and "The Boo Bitch ending actually made me cry idk."
Someone else wrote, "Didn't expect to cry after Boo, Bitch with my partner but here I am."
Me during the whole ep 8 of Boo, Bitch pic.twitter.com/HkFoIashQO
— alxdrrrxxxx (@chillyoskz) July 8, 2022
— Chloe🏳️🌈 (@smileytopaz) July 9, 2022
the boo bitch ending actually made me cry idk
— fae-fae❣️ (@steinwrld) July 9, 2022
— sunny ✿ (@hoegalore) July 9, 2022
— paperpeper (@paperpeper_) July 9, 2022
Time to get the tissues ready!
Boo, Bitch is now streaming on Netflix.
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