There's a good chance you're already all too familiar with Lana Condor's on-screen endeavors; But sure enough, 3 years and 3 installments later, the To All the Boys I've Loved Before actress is finally ready to spread her wings. And this time, she'll be setting off on a new adventure.
According to Variety, the Hollywood beauty has officially signed on to star in upcoming Netflix comedy, Boo B*tch. But that's not all. She'll also be executive producing the entire ordeal, something we haven't seen her do before. Are you impressed as we are?
Lana Condor will star in and executive produce Boo, Bitch — a live-action comedy limited series about a high school senior who, after years of playing it safe, decides to live an epic life ... only to wake up the next morning and find out she’s now a ghost. pic.twitter.com/2qANm0om6D— Netflix (@netflix) February 5, 2021
As for what we can expect from Condor's 8-episode series? Aside from a whole lot of laughs, the premise of the show is actually out of this world - literally: A high-school senior who has been playing it safe her whole life suddenly wakes up one morning to discover that she's... a ghost.
Quite a bit different from Condor's time at Adler High School, don't you think? Nonetheless, we're sure the To All the Boys star's latest endeavors will be just as unforgettable. And we've actually got a lot of other people to thank for that, as well. That's right, there's a good chance you're already all too familiar with the writers behind the hilarious script.
Meet Lauren Iungerich, otherwise known as one of the masterminds behind our upcoming Netflix binge. Joined by screenwriter Erin Ehrlich, we've got a feeling we're in for a real treat. Not only are the two responsible for penning Awkward and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, respectively, but the Hollywood stars clearly know a thing or two about keeping us entertained.
Unfortunately, though, it appears we might be waiting a while before we get to tag along on their latest adventure; But while there's no word yet on a potential release date, we're sure it'll be well worth the wait. Until then? Stay tuned.