There have been a lot of speculations about Jenji Kohan’s upcoming Orignal series, but one thing’s for sure––it’s coming to Netflix. Teenage Bounty Hunters is coming to the streaming giant in August 2020 and here’s everything you need to know.
Created by Kathleen Jordan, Jenji Kohan, and Tara Hermann, the crime-comedy is going into the Netflix Original comedy series category. The series comes alongside the output deal between Kohan, Hermann, and the streaming platform. Kohan has seen success with the platform as she created Orange is the New Black and one of GLOW‘s executive producers. This upcoming project will surely be something to look forward to.
FIRST LOOK — Teenage Bounty Hunters stars Maddie Phillips and Anjelica Bette Fellini as fraternal twin sisters who team up with a veteran bounty hunter (Kadeem Hardison) to shake up their suburban existence.
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— Netflix Queue (@netflixqueue) July 20, 2020
@seewhatsnext has, again, saved the day by confirming that the first season of Teenage Bounty Hunters will be coming specifically on the 14th of August, 2020, a Friday.
Some have also speculated that Teenage Bounty Hunters will be Kohan’s next Orange is the New Black––considering it also takes up summer for its release.
According to IMDb, the series will go as follows:
After joining forces with a veteran bounty hunter, sixteen-year-old fraternal twin sisters Sterling and Blair dive into the world of bail skipping baddies while still navigating the high stakes of teenage life.
Boasting of ten episodes, all of them will be released on the given date. It doesn’t help the hype that Netflix hasn’t released a trailer yet, but you can bet that the trailer will be coming as soon as the Spring of 2020 since production is still ongoing.
The series stars Maddie Phillips as Sterling Wesley, Angelica Bette Fellini as Blair Wesley, Kadeem Hardison as Bowser Jenkins, Virginia Williams as Debbie Wesley, Mackenzie Astin as Anderson Wesley, Shirley Rumierk as Yolanda Carrion, Eric Graise as Ezequiel, Wynn Everett as Ellen Johnson, Jacob Rhodes as Franklin, and Given Sharp as Lorna.
What do you think of the upcoming series? Do you think Kohan can pull it off again? Well, tell us below!