Netflix fans can't stop crying as beloved star makes TV return in Boo, B***h | The Sun

NETFLIX fans were left in floods of tears after watching new show Boo, B***h with TV favourite Lana Condor.

Lana, 25, quickly rose to fame following her debut in the leading role of the hit film To All the Boys I've Loved Before.

The actress, who portrayed Lara Jean Covey in the romantic-comedy, stars in the new series alongside Zoe Colletti and Mason Versaw.

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Some Netflix viewers have already binge-watched the whole series and many have been left in floods of tears.


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One emotional viewer wrote: "The Boo B***h ending actually made me cry."

Another posted: "The Boo B***h had me in tears!"

A third shared: "Didn't expect to cry after Boo, Bitch with my partner but here I am."

"No cuz why did this f*** ass series make me sob like a child #boob***h," another teary fan said.

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Someone else tweeted: "Episode 8 of Boo, B***h had me sobbing."

Meanwhile, fans were thrilled to see Lana back on their screens, with one writing: "Lana Condor was brilliant as always. #BooB***h"

Another said: "Love Lana Condor in Boo B***h,she's a great actress."

Lana has become known as the sweetheart next door after starring in all three To All The Boys movies.

The darling of Netflix has enjoyed an incredible career in such a short time.

Lana is originally from Vietnam but she was adopted by American parents when she was just a few months old and grew up in Chicago, Illinois.

At just 18 years old Lana had her big breakthrough as Jubilee in X-Men: Apocalypse, which was just her third ever audition.

She then made her debut as Lara Jean Covey in To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before in 2018 – and reprised the role in the following two films in the franchise.

Lana also starred in TV series Deadly Class and movies Moonshot and Girls Night.

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Lana has been in a relationship with actor Anthony De La Torre for seven years after meeting at an Emmy nominees reception in Beverly Hills back in 2015.

In an interview with Cosmopolitan, she spoke about his pick-up line, revealing that he captured her heart when he said: “Hi, I’m Anthony. I thought I would make a friend."

Anthony is known for the film Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man Tell No Tales, where he played a young Jack Sparrow.

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