The Netflix drama from producer Jenji Kohan and creator Kathleen Jordan "quickly reveals itself to be a witty and bouncy iteration of the extraordinary high school tale," says Brandon Katz. "An immediate comparison paints it as the little sister to Dead to Me as it’s built around two contrasting yet complimentary female leads: Sterling, an outwardly picture perfect role model of southern decency, and Blair, more rebellious and free spirited. Like Dead to Me, it also deftly blends comedy and drama with LOL moments aplenty mixed with the expected growing pains that accompany youthful self-discovery. That sweet spot is hard to hit and easy to miss, often tipping too far in one direction to the detriment of the other (ex: Everything Sucks, Degrassi). Teenage Bounty Hunters has an innate sense of modulation, knowing when to push forward and pull back over the course of its 10 episodes."