A GENERAL HOSPITAL fan-favorite has an exciting new gig, but unfortunately for fans of her Emmy-winning acting, it’s once again behind the camera. Kimberly McCullough, who played Robin Scorpio for years on the soap is directing again, this time for the new Netflix series BOO, BITCH!
“Picking my nose or casually trying to remember my shot list?” she joked of a pic she shared on Instagram from the show’s photo op. “Directing is mostly math, people! Study up on BOO, BITCH, coming to Netflix July 8!”
BOO, BITCH stars Lana Condor as Erika, a teenage girl struggling to fit in at her high school. After making a splash at a big party and impressing a cute boy, she thinks she’s made some progress, only to wake up the next day to find out that she’s now a ghost! Naturally, this complicates things slightly!
The Netflix series was designed to be an eight-episode limited series and also stars Madison Thompson, Zoe Margaret Coletti, Aparna Brielle, Reid Miller, Tenzing Norgay Trainor, and Alyssa Jirrels. Unfortunately, there are no directors listed for any of the eight episodes right now, so there’s no telling which ones McCullough helmed.
McCullough became a fan favorite as a child star on GH, debuting back in 1985 at the age of 7. Over her many years on the soap, she earned six Daytime Emmy Award nominations and took home the gold in 1989, 1996, and 1997. During her acting career, McCullough also appeared in primetime series like ONCE AND AGAIN, THE STONES, and JOAN OF ARCADIA.
As her career continued, McCullough stepped behind the camera and has now directed episodes of shows like THE CONNERS, ONE DAY AT A TIME, THE BOLD TYPE, FANTASY ISLAND, and HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL: THE MUSICAL – THE SERIES. So while it’s unfortunate fans don’t get to see her on-screen anymore, it’s great to follow her career to its next phase and see her name coming up in the credits as a director!
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