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Lana Condor Attempts to Reinvent Herself After Death in 'Boo, Bitch' Trailer

Watch a trailer for 'Boo, Bitch' starring Lana Condor and Zoe Colletti ahead of its July premiere on Netflix.
by Danielle Turchiano — 
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From left to right: Zoe Margaret Colletti and Lana Condor in 'Boo, Bitch'

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There's a finite amount of time to make your mark in high school, but that amount of time becomes even more limited when you're dead.

In Netflix's upcoming limited series, Boo, Bitch, starring Lana Condor and Zoe Colletti, one high school senior is determined to stop living under the radar and finally go for all she wants. Only, just hours after she decides that, there is an unfortunate accident and she wakes up dead. Yes, she wakes up dead. Because somehow, her spirit is lingering. She is not only still visible to those around her, but she can still touch and move objects (and she can't walk through walls), so ghost rules as we know them have been turned on their head.

Now she has to figure out what her unfinished business is and accomplish it quickly or risk turning into a vengeful spirit. 

But, as a new trailer for the series teases, she may have found a loophole: becoming more famous in death than in life may let her live on.

"I'm evolving, and as my close friend you should allow me to grow — my following," Condor's character Erica says in the trailer, which you can watch below.

Boo, Bitch comes from co-creators and showrunners Erin Ehrlich and Lauren Iungerich. The show is also executive produced by Jamie Dooner, Jonathon Komack Martin, Blake Goza, and co-creators Tim Schauer and Kuba Soltysiak. It also stars Mason Versaw, Aparna Brielle, Tenzing Norgay Trainor, Jason Genao.

All eight episodes of the half-hour series stream July 8 on Netflix.