Boo, Bitch Review: Hey, remember when the cast of 13 Reasons Why tried to tell us that it was a documentary? Remember how we laughed at them and then proceeded to watch the show anyway? Yeah, that was a mistake.
The supernatural Netflix teen sitcom Boo! Bitch is about these off-the-wall kids at a private high school who are secretly hunting their classmate who killed herself during the first episode. Considering this is only volume one, there’s still plenty more grief and wacky hijinks to come.
Introduction to Boo, Bitch
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Name of the characters in Boo, Bitch
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Zoe Margaret Colletti
Tenzing Norgay Trainor
The storyline of Boo, Bitch
In this blog post, I will be talking about the story of the Boo, Bitch series by Jessica Hamrick and what makes it so popular. The series is a hit on Wattpad and has been written in twelve novels that follow a different character named Tara. It is a love story between Tara and Tyler where they have to go through many obstacles to find happiness with each other. Throughout the series, the reader will see Tara and Tyler’s love change but also see it grow even stronger. Unlike other novels, this one does not involve any paranormal theme or have a ghost or a witch in it. Instead, it focuses on what would happen if one day a person suddenly lost their memory and their name; in the story, someone has gone through this.
Is Erika Really Dead in ‘Boo Bitch’?
We’re sorry to report that the ending of True Detective Season 2 was a bit ambiguous. Just as Vince Vaughn’s character tells us, “we’re all just walking each other home,” we can’t be too sure if Detective Rust Cohle (played by Matthew McConaughey) and Martin Hart’s (played by Woody Harrelson) quest to defeat the Yellow King ends with them manning the shores of Carcosa or in eternal damnation. HBO’s True Detective series will continue, but we aren’t sure how or where.
As well as the breaking news that Erika’s (played by Alexandra Daddario) death was a mere hallucination in the mescaline-addled mind of Detective Rustin Cohle. But Jenna Dewan Tatum’s (Ruby) character and Reggie Ledoux’s weaponized sphincter are still missing in action, so it is safe to say that the Yellow King is still killing children and women at large.
So, what do you think about Boo, Bitch?
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