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Netflix Series Teenage Bounty Hunters Cast, Filming Location, Release Date, Trailer and Other Details

Netflix Series Teenage Bounty Hunters Cast, Filming Location, Release Date, Trailer and Other Details

by Bernd Mueller
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Teenage Bounty Hunters is the new Netflix series coming to the streaming platform. During this pandemic period, as most platforms and channels are struggling to put together fresh shows and episodes on for the audiences, Netflix is finding no trouble providing whole batches of new shows for their subscribers.

The new Netflix show is an original piece of work. The teen-comedy show is not based on any comic books or formerly released content. The Netflix series was created by Kathleen Jordan with Jesse Peretz directing the pilot episode for the show. Here is everything you need to know about Netflix series Teenage Bounty Hunters.

Teenage Bounty Hunters Cast – A Big Cast is Coming for Your Entertainment

Teenage Bounty Hunters cast features an ensemble lead by two ladies playing fraternal twin sisters.Teenage Bounty Hunters cast features an ensemble lead by two ladies playing fraternal twin sisters.
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Teenage Bounty Hunters cast features a big ensemble cast with actors you are going to recognize. According to Netflix, the show will feature fraternal twin sisters who decide to balance a life between high school and also catching criminals by night.

Maddie Phillips and Anjelica Bette Fellini play fraternal twin sisters, Sterling Wesley and Blair Wesley, respectively. Their parents, Debbie Wesley and Anderson Wesley are played by Virginia Williams and Mackenzie Astin. While accomplished, actor Kadeem Hardison plays Bowser Simmons, Sterling and Blair‘s mentor, and a fellow bounty hunter.

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Teenage Bounty Hunters cast also features Method Man as Terrance Coin (Rival of Bowser), Myles Evan as Miles Taylor (someone Blair likes, a lot), Spencer House as Luke Creswell (Sterling’s love interest), Devon Hales as April Stevens and Shirley Rumierk as Yolanda Carrion.

Teenage Bounty Hunters – What is the Series About?

The Netflix show is a teen-comedy series from Kathleen Jordan who created the show. It is about two teenage high schoolers who decide to take on the job of bounty hunters as a thing to do in the night. Well, it starts out all fun and game but do the sisters know what they are getting into, well, you will have to wait and find out.

According to Netflix the show is about, “Twin sisters Sterling and Blair balance teen life at an elite Southern high school with an unlikely new career as butt-kicking bounty hunters.” Along the way, they make alliances, friends, and enemies while also managing a school life.

Teenage Bounty Hunters Release Date

The teen comedy series is coming to the streaming platform on 14 August 2020. The cast of the show had an amazing time filming the show, and if the trailer is any indication, the series is going to be a blast for the audiences worldwide.

Teenage Bounty Hunters Filming Location – Where was the Show Filmed?

According to the details released by Netflix, Teenage Bounty Hunters was filmed in Atlanta, Georgia. The filming for the show took place between July and October of 2019. The show started filming over a year ago, on location, and due to the pandemic situation, the release was pushed a little as post-production was hard during the social distancing period.

The Original Title of Teenage Bounty Hunters and the Trailer for the Show

There are going to working titles for all shows and movies. Bigger movies and TV shows do it to throw news outlets and local people off the scent of the production. But smaller shows also go through various iterations of their initial title.

According to reports, Teenage Bounty Hunters, was previously titled Slutty Teenage Bounty Hunters. Before the show’s trailer was released on 30 July 2020, slutty was dropped from the title, definitely a good decision for the show.

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