First reported by Deadline, the series, which was initially released back in August 2020, is getting the boot just two months after it premiered. Teenage Bounty Hunters followed twins Blair and Sterling, played by Anjelica Bette Fellini and Maddie Phillips, as they stepped into the life of catching guys on the run after an accident. They soon realized their potential in this new line of business, which forces them to figure out their futures as they balance school and their new job.
For fans of the show, this means they won't ever get to find out what happens after the season one finale, which revealed that Blair and Sterling aren't actually twins. After saving Sterling, it's revealed that she is actually Blair's cousin and that her real mom is Dana, Debbie's twin sister.
This was not the only Netflix series to be cancelled on October 5. Netflix also announced the cancellation of GLOW, which was set to continue filming its fourth and final season. Surprisingly, both Teenage Bounty Hunters and GLOW came to Netflix as part of their deal with Orange is the New Black creator Jenji Kohan.
Teenage Bounty Hunters joins The Society and I Am Not Okay With This as recent YA series that have been cancelled by the streaming giant. While Netflix hasn't revealed why it decided to not give the series another season, many fans are questioning the decision as it was a part of the Netflix Top 10 for several days after it was released. It's also important to note all of these shows were female-led series and also included queer representation, making it a big loss for fans who are already struggling to see themselves on TV.
There's no word on whether the show will be shopped around after its cancellation, but here's hoping this won't be the last time we'll see Blair and Sterling.
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