Although Boo, Bitch season 2 hasn’t been officially announced by Netflix, there’s a good chance you’ll want one because Lana Condor’s spooky rom-com is full of tantalizing drama. Erika Vu discovers that dying is a bitch, if there is one thing she learns. When Erika from Condor realizes she is dead and must do her unfinished business in order to move on, she finds herself right in the thick of an existential crisis.
Fortunately, she has her closest friend Gia (Zoe Colletti) by her side to help her get over the awful event. That is until Erika’s unhealthy fixation with capturing each moment separates them.
Boo Bitch Season 2 Release Date
Well, let’s get to it. It’s understandable why Boo, Bitch was always advertised as a limited series. The narrative is naturally one-sided. There are no longer any undead bitches to Boo their way through a second installment because Gia has moved on after taking care of her unfinished business (yeah, surprise, Gia was the dead one all along).
However, those who are eager for another season shouldn’t give up. If enough people care, Boo, Bitch might make a comeback. Make some noise because it wouldn’t be the first time (cough, Top Boy). However, there are no plans at this time for a second season.
Boo Bitch Season 2 cast
If there is a second season, it’s not clear if Lana Condor will be back as the main character, but she may still show up. She is not only the most famous person involved with the project but the whole plot of Boo, Bitch is based on her character. Season 2 could, however, tell a new ghost story about another pair of friends, or it could just pick up with Erika’s life in college.
After all, she might meet another ghost, or Gia might come back to help her find herself again. But keep in mind that all of this is just a guess. Still, Condor and the rest of the cast, which includes Zoe Colletti from “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark,” Mason Versaw from “Gossip Girl,” Aparna Brielle from “A.P. Bio,” Tenzing Norgay Trainor from “Liv and Maddie,” and Jason Genao from “On My Block,” could come back for a second season.
Boo Bitch Season 2 Plot
Let’s be honest, Gia was the show’s heart, but to keep things interesting, it’s unlikely that they’d bring her back.
If she didn’t move on, the touching ending wouldn’t make sense. It would also mean telling the same story over and over again to help her move on. One is cute but twice is just boring. Even though we’d be glad to see her again.
If the show came back, Erika would have to go on a new journey with some new ghost friends or foes, which would bring the usual drama. Even though the show seems like it won’t last long, it’s up to the people who made it to give it some CPR. Other shows, like Russian Doll, have dealt with problems like this and have lived to tell the tale (after the first season).
The creators could also replace Erika and Gia with another dynamic duo, changing the point of view while still exploring the same universe.
Boo Bitch Trailer
There is no trailer for Boo, Bitch Season 2, but you can watch this Season 1 trailer to relive all the madness: