Created by and starring the Katydids improv group, it showcases some of the funniest women on television -- and off!
The third season premiere will be on Tuesday, June 5 at 10:30/9:30c right after the season premiere of Younger, and you couldn't ask for a better block of programming.
The Katydids outdid themselves during Teachers Season 2, but they still have a few tricks up their sleeves!
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On Teachers Season 3 Episode 1, titled "Hello, Goodbye," it's time for school to begin again, and Mrs. Adler finds an unwanted visitor squatting in her trailer.
Have things gone to hell in a handbasket over summer break?
That's not the only change.
When Ms. Watson begins planning the Back to School Mixer, she discovers
Professional racing driver Danica Patrick will host this year’s Espy Awards, which will be broadcast live on ABC July 18. The announcement that Patrick will emcee the ceremony highlighting athletic achievements comes after her publicized decision to retire from racing after competing in the upcoming Indy 500.
ABC‘s broadcast of “The 2019 Miss America Competition” will air Sept. 9 at 9 p.m. Et, the Miss America Organization announced Wednesday. This year marks the first time the pageant
USA Network announced Elisha Henig will join the second season of “The Sinner” as a series regular. Henig will play Julian, described as a bright but peculiar young boy on the brink of adolescence who is from a sheltered, unconventional background and is now thrust into the outside world.
Nickelodeon has renewed the shows “Paw Patrol,” “Blaze and the Monster Machines,” “Rusty Rivets,” and “Top Wing.” The renewals are part of the network’s largest preschool content
This exclusive clip from the season one finale of Starz‘ “Counterpart” just might be J.K. Simmons‘ tempo. Simmons stars in the dual role of Howard Silk in Justin Marks‘ sci-fi thriller series. The season one finale airs April 1.
AMC revealed new additions to the cast of upcoming series “Dietland” from Marti Noxon, including Campbell Scott, Tamara Tunie, Alanna Ubach, Kelly Hu, Marc Blucas, Ami Sheth and Jen Ponton.
It’s rare when a television show created by women, starring women and written almost entirely by women (only two episodes so far were written by men) makes it to the small screen, much less strikes lightning in a bottle. That’s exactly what Teachers, TV Land’s little-seen comedy about an eclectic, politically incorrect and often Nsfw group of teachers in a Chicago-area elementary school is doing on a weekly
The order for a 12-episode fifth season of “Younger” comes just ahead of the half-hour series’ June 28 season-four premiere. Half-hour comedy “Teachers,” which will return in the fall for the second half of season two, received a 20-episode order for a third season.
“We’re absolutely thrilled to be bringing back ‘Younger’ and ‘Teachers’ for more seasons and double down on our dedication to creating smart, funny, honest and compelling originals,” said Frank Tanki, TV Land general manager.
The renewals keep the two original series on TV Land at a time when corporate parent Viacom has begun to shift resources away from its second-tier channels and to core brands such as MTV, Comedy Central, and the yet-to-launch Paramount Network. In March, two series that had been in development at TV Land, “Heathers” and “American Woman,” moved to Paramount Network.
The Viacom-owned cable network has renewed critical darling Younger and Teachers for additional seasons, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Sutton Foster starrer Younger will return for its fifth season, scoring an early renewal ahead of the fourth run's June 28 debut. The 12-episode season will return in 2018.
Teachers, about a group of elementary school teachers, is based on the web series from the Katydids — Caitlin Barlow, Katy Colloton, Cate Freedman, Kate Lambert, Katie O’Brien and Kathryn Renée Thomas. The third-season pickup will be for another 20-episode season and...
That’s just one example of the sort of creative choice made regularly in the course of making “Teachers,” the bold, profane and hilarious comedy created by sketch comedy group the Katydids and executive produced by Ian Roberts and Jay Martel (“Key and Peele”). Having just wrapped the first half of its second season, the TV Land series features Katydids members Barlow, Katy Colloton, Cate Freedman, Kate Lambert, Katie O’Brien and Kathryn Renee Thomas as an eclectic group of educators who work at an elementary school, doing their best not to warp young minds with their outrageous behavior.
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Tony Hale (“Veep”) will host IFC‘s first holiday special, the aptly named “Joe’s Pub Presents: A Holiday Special,” on Wednesday, Dec. 21 at 10 p.m. Filmed at Joe’s Pub’s legendary Public Theater in Manhattan, comedians scheduled to perform include Bridget Everett (“Inside Amy Schumer”), Jo Firestone (“Broad City”), Jen Kirkman (“Drunk History”) and more. The special is produced by Show Shop, and directed and executive produced by Alex Coletti, alongside executive producer Frank Garritano.
Investigation Discovery will open its vaults to present another season of “Barbara Walters Presents,” premiering Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 9 p.m. Featuring brand new interviews and extended scenes, the three-episode series will run through Tuesday, Dec. 20. “Barbara Walters Presents” is produced for Investigation Discovery by Lincoln Square
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