Doesn’t leave Netflix, no sir! The OTT platform is tireless in providing us with our daily dose of streaming programs/movies, which will soon include Teenage Bounty Hunters. Yes, the name is suggestive and if you’ve already seen the trailer, it’s revealing! If you don’t get the memo, Netflix has released the first trailer for the action-packed series that revolves around twin sisters Sterling and Blair, played by Maddy Phillips and Anjelica Bette Fellini. But they are not common brothers; They are full-time high school students and part-time bounty hunters. The promotion gives an insight into the couple’s life as they “try to balance the lives of teenagers at an elite southern high school with a new career as a bounty hunter.”
On the show, the duo, along with legendary gorilla Jenkins (Kadem Hardison), went on an adventure for a superior adventure as they attempt to navigate the high school drama, all criminals, and Let’s dive into the world of vice. Your southern buttoned community.
Genji Cohan, Tara Herrmann, Robert Suddath and Blake McCormick executives produced a 10-episode series, with the first episode directed and EPed by Jessie Perrett.
Oh yes, the sixteen-year-old fraternity boys have trouble in high school, crushing bad boys, girls, day after day. And burning cannons, bailing out evildoers at night. Of course, he has his Charlie, veteran bounty hunter Bowser Jenkins (Kadeem Hardison), who is teaching him the hustle trope.
Written, produced and produced by Kathleen Jordan, the show consists of 10 episodes. In addition to Jordan, Genji Cohan, Tara Herrmann, Robert Sudduth, and Blake McCormick also did so, while Jessie Pertz joined the team and directed the first episode. Teenage Bounty Hunters will begin streaming on Netflix starting August 14.