‘Teenage Bounty Hunters’ follows two twins Blair and Sterling who are assumed as bounty hunters as they catch a criminal, a real bounty hunter thinks they are bounty hunters. The twin had messed up their dad’s car so for the money they just go ahead with the job.
To begin with, the story is a very typical American comedy-drama series in the US.
It will take time to get absorbed to this show, the first 5 are slow and something you would watch in the background.
All the elements of badass action, emotional relationships/breakups, etc. are prominent and targeted to a very young generation like us.
One thing which sets this show apart is the story is based on really simple conflicts and a hell lot of sweetness. The comedy of the show is great and you will love watching it.
The acting in the show is pretty easy, to begin with. Everyone does a great job in their characters and especially Bowser and Yolanda. They save the show most of the time.
This is that one kind of show which you can watch while doing something, it picks up some important topics like LGBTQ, Christianity, etc.
Well, I don’t know much about Christianity but this show preaches this religion a lot. I felt as if I was watching a show only dedicated to them. The show subtly uses racist and sexist jokes at many points.
Why do all of them in the show talk so much? Like at one point there is so much talking that it becomes a kind of unbearable. This way the show could’ve been shorter.
The characters are sweet and naive. The story gets more interesting in the second half of the season when numerous bombs are dropped at you to make it climactic and a perfect season-ending.
Honestly, it does at a point and the way it ended, this show can go on for years --- yeah it is that kind of show.
If you love shows like Friends, Gossip Girl, Gilmore Girls then this one is just the right one for you, although I haven’t watched these former ones, I can guess.
In case you are interested in watching this series, Here is the trailer for the same:
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