"Teenage Bounty Hunters" is an American teen comedy-drama streaming television series directed by Kathleen Jordan.
The starring cast includes Maddie Phillips, Anjelica Bette Fellini, Kadeem Hardison, Virginia Williams, Spencer House, Mackenzie Astin, Eric Graise, Wynn Everett, Devon Hales, Charity Cervantes and others.

Here are "Teenage Bounty Hunters" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Teenage Bounty Hunters TV series?

Netflix on Thursday, July 30, 2020 released the trailer for "Teenage Bounty Hunters" you can watch here:
Teenage Bounty Hunters | Official Trailer | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is Teenage Bounty Hunters TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Teenage Bounty Hunters" TV series plot summary.

After banging up their father's truck, high school students and fraternal twins Sterling (Maddie Phillips) and Blair Wesley (Anjelica Bette Fellini) fall into bounty hunting for grizzled bounty hunter Bowser Simmons (Kadeem Hardison) in order to pay for the truck's repair, and without their parents knowing.


Who plays who in the Teenage Bounty Hunters TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Teenage Bounty Hunters" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Maddie Phillips  as Sterling Wesley Blair's fraternal twin sister and a student at Willingham Academy
Anjelica Bette Fellini  as Blair Wesley Sterling's more rebellious fraternal twin sister
Kadeem Hardison  as Bowser Simmons a grizzled bounty hunter and mentor to Sterling and Blair
Virginia Williams  as Debbie Wesley the twins' mother; and as Dana Culpepper, Debbie's twin sister
Spencer House  as Luke Creswell Sterling's boyfriend
Mackenzie Astin  as Anderson Wesley the twins' father
Eric Graise  as Ezequiel April's friend
Wynn Everett  as Ellen Johnson the fellowship teacher at Willingham Academy
Devon Hales  as April Stevens Sterling's nemesis
Charity Cervantes  as Hannah B. April's friend
Myles Evans  as Miles Taylor Blair's love interest
Carolyn Jones Ellis  as Cathy an employee of Yogurtopia
Shirley Rumierk  as Yolanda the owner of Yolanda's Bail Bonds; Bowser's boss and ex-sister-in-law
Given Sharp  as Horny Lorna a promiscuous student at Willingham Academy
Jacob Rhodes  as Franklin Luke's golf teammate
Terry Lamothe  as Student
Lexi Durham  as Fellowship Student
Sahil Lalani  as Debate Student
Method Man  as Terrance Coin
Ezekiel Adams  as Christian Rocker
Chris Cavalier  as Draven
Alec Guthrie  as Prep School Student
Carrie Walrond Hood  as Lynn Creswell
Haroon Khan  as Omar
Nicholas Cirillo  as Jennings
Pierce Lackey  as John Stevens
Ethan McDowell  as Vernon Creswell
Ghevon Sebastian  as Student
Zach AL-Chokhachi  as Rookie Cop
Ryan Baughman  as Male Opponent
Lisa Shatterly Boyd  as Church Woman #1
Gabrielle Byndloss  as Janet
Dianna Catterton  as Waitress
Latif Caudle  as Party Guest
Kristopher Charles  as Officer Reese
Mia Ella Clyburn  as Mini Golf Kid #2
Jeff Cole  as Harland Booth
Presley Coley  as Girl Peer
Jillana Darby  as Jocelyn Durbin
Dani Deetté  as Officer Brawner
Douglas Dickerman  as Hutch
Ashley Dougherty  as Moonstone
Andres Erickson  as Handsy Guy
Anthony Michael Frederick  as Coach Esposito
Heather Fusari  as Darlene
Trey Gerrald  as Garrett
Annunziata Gianzero  as Charlotte Burton
Brandon Gibson  as Security Guard Duncan
Lou Gonzalez  as Phil
Beth Grant  as Church Lady
Randy Havens  as John Slack
Charlton Hoag  as Guard
Jef Holbrook  as Nerdy Man
Stephan Jones  as Irritated Skip
Nichele Lambert  as Student #2
Steven Legate  as Gary Durbin
Kevin Lombard  as Christian Rocker
Alexis Louder  as Clea Kincaid
Shaun Michael Lynch  as Veteran Cop
Summer Madison  as Denise
Chad Martin  as Church Man #1
Jasmine Martin  as Bad Kid #2
Chantal Maurice  as Cherry Grigio
Athena McDowell  as Barbara Taquito Rep
James McMenamin  as Levi
Leydi Morales  as Cashier
Sipiwe Moyo  as Tanisha Taylor
Saadiqa Muhammad  as Geraldine Hanning
Hedy Nasser  as Student #1
Edward L. Oliver  as Perish member
Jordan Patrick  as British Lad
Matt Peters  as Deacon Wesley
Peteystaxx  as Shilo da Rapper
Kyle Pierce  as Local Kid
Anna Rappaport  as Cheerleader
Rahiem Riley  as Construction Worker
Erika Robel  as Señora O'Reilly
John Rymer  as Man 1
Suzanne Salhaney  as Saleswoman-Julie
Jerald Jay Savage  as Church Man #2
Drew Schultz  as Man with Guitar
Kristen Shawn  as Melissa Edwards
Terrence Smith  as Chill Skip
Brandon Stanley  as Bow-Tied Dandy
Briana Starks  as Apricot
Ann Charles Sutton  as Mini Golf Kid #1
Leigh Takata  as Dancer
Charlie Talbert  as Richard Koontz
Estes Tarver  as Man #2
Alet Taylor  as Charlie
Darrius Thomas  as Cocky Male Opponent
Dwight Tolar  as Policeman
Tony Torn  as Sister Jim
Emily Trossarello  as Partygoer
Arlene Tur  as Michelle
Jamie Urena  as FREN-Z Entourage
John Varkados  as Crime Scene SID
Tony Aidan Vo  as Craig Wu
Mitch Westphal  as The Butler
Tequilla Whitfield  as Jojo
Jade Wu  as Linda Chu
Andrew Yackel  as Jam Band Hippy #2


What are Teenage Bounty Hunters filming details?

"Teenage Bounty Hunters" series are produced by Tilted Productions.

The average duration of each episode is 42 - 58 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about Teenage Bounty Hunters TV series?

"Teenage Bounty Hunters" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.7/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 92/100.

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