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Is the ‘Teenage Bounty Hunters’s Mother Actually on the Lam? (SPOILERS)

Spoiler alert: This story incorporates large spoilers for Season 1 of Teenage Bounty Hunters. Learn at your individual danger!

Catching emotions and catching criminals? That is the premise of Netflix’s new teen sequence Teenage Bounty Hunters starring Maddie Phillips and Anjelica Bette Fellini as twins Sterling and Blair Wesley.

Whereas the sequence’s 10 components primarily revolve round plot factors which can be resolved over the course of the hour-long episodes, there may be an overarching story arc that revolves across the twins’ mom, Mrs. Wesley (Virginia Williams). So, what did Debbie do? Preserve studying to know the tip of Teenage Bounty Hunters.

‘Teenage Bounty Hunters’ ending, defined.

All through the season, we study that Sterling (Maddie) and Blair (Anjelica) aren’t that near their mother or her aspect of the household. Whereas Debbie retains attempting to inform the ladies that she’s not attempting to cover their previous from them, the twins have a sense one thing is amiss.

Slowly, the reality of Debbie’s upbringing comes out — however not with out its justifiable share of problems, twists, and turns. See, Debbie tries to persuade her daughters that she was introduced up in Savannah, Ga., exhibiting them an image of herself standing exterior a restaurant. However Blair, who already has her doubts, tracks down the restaurant and learns that it is not in Savannah, however in slightly city known as Nandina.

When Sterling and Blair got down to go to the city, they study that their mother has been hiding much more about her childhood. It seems that she wasn’t introduced up extraordinarily rich as she had allow them to consider, however moderately, grew up in a poor and remoted group as a member of the “Tabernacle Church of Christ the Redeemer, the Residing God, and His Military” sect.

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The ladies attempt to go deeper into their mother’s previous and study that she’s wished for burning down an abortion clinic and continues to be on the lam.

When the twins lastly confront their mother again house, she admits that she burned down a clinic when she was a Christian extremist and member of the snake-handling sect however tried to make a brand new identification and life for herself when she left the small city.

The twins appear comparatively glad with this clarification and go about their adolescent crush pursuits till Debbie pulls as much as choose Sterling up from college in the future. Sterling rapidly realizes one thing’s off about Debbie.

Viewers study that the girl with Sterling is not truly the actual Debbie, however moderately Debbie’s an identical twin. It takes her daughter being kidnapped for the reality to come back out that Debbie is not the one who’s wished for burning down the abortion clinic.

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No, the arsonist truly on the lam is Debbie’s twin, Dana (Virginia), who’s been attempting to get cash from the Wesleys for years. Now, Dana needs ransom in alternate for Sterling, who she’s holding hostage along with her prison boyfriend, Levi (James McMenamin). 

However the adults do not understand that they have been messing with skilled bounty hunters, and Sterling does an exemplary job of leaving breadcrumbs that make it simpler for her twin to trace her down. The plan works out within the remaining moments of the season, however because the police are pulling as much as take Dana and her boyfriend away, we study that Dana is definitely Sterling’s mother and that the twins aren’t twins, however cousins.

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