They’re teenagers, they’re twins, and they’re also…bounty hunters?
Rebelling against their buttoned-up Southern community, sisters Sterling and Blair Wesley take on an unusual part-time job. A chance encounter leads them to veteran bounty hunter Bowser Jenkins. Next, they dive into the world of bail-skipping baddies and suburban secrets. And that’s all while trying to navigate the usual high school drama.
Check out the trailer below for your first look at the girls in action.
More about the Teenage Bounty Hunters characters
Sterling (Maddie Phillips) and Blair Wesley (Anjelica Bette Fellini): 16-year-old fraternal twins with independent spirits. They’re best friends, even though they have opposite personalities. Sterling is a witty overachiever. Blair is an outspoken non-conformist.
Bowser Jenkins (Kadeem Hardison): a by-the-books veteran bounty hunter, trying to make a fresh life for himself in a new city
Miles Taylor (Myles Evans): cool, smart, and dating Blair while working at the Wesley family country club
Luke Creswell (Spencer House): well-intentioned and hopelessly devoted to his girlfriend Sterling
April Stevens (Devon Hales): Sterling’s best-friend-turned-rival who’s always competing with her
Debbie (Virginia Williams) and Anderson Wesley (Mackenzie Astin): the twins’ parents, struggling to keep up appearances in their Christian community
Yolanda Carrion (Shirley Rumierk): the bail bond agent who provides Bowser his assignments – and with whom he has a complicated romantic past
Terrance Coin (Cliff ‘Method Man’ Smith): a rival bounty hunter/YouTube personality, who starts dating Yolanda
You don’t have long to wait for Teenage Bounty Hunters. The 10-episode comedy series hits Netflix Friday, August 14.
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