‘Teenage Bounty Hunters’ canceled by Netflix
Teenage Bounty Hunters has been canceled by Netflix. The series, which aired just two months ago, will not return for a second season. Netflix has not released a statement on the matter.
Teenage Bounty Hunters was created by Kathleen Jordan and was executive produced by Jenji Kohan. This was part of the Orange Is The New Black creator’s multi-year deal with Netflix.
The show followed twin sisters Blair (Anjelica Bette Fellini) and Sterling (Maddie Phillips.) They team up with bounty hunter Bowser Jenkins (Kadeem Hardison) to learn about his world. This is in addition to navigating their own at high school.
Virgina Williams also starred in the show, playing the twins’ mother Debbie Wesley and her twin sister Dana Culpepper.
The news comes on the same day that Netflix cancelled GLOW, focusing on a women’s wrestling group in the 1980s – despite having renewed the show for a fourth season last year.
GLOW was three weeks into filming new episodes before the coronavirus lockdown halted production back in March.
Season one of Teenage Bounty Hunters is currently streaming on Netflix.