Teachers


Teachers Information

Teachers is an American comedy television series on TV Land. It is based on the web series of the same name by the improv group The Katydids, and is written by the six members of the group who also star as elementary school teachers. The 10-episode series premiered on January 13, 2016.

Cast

  • Caitlin Barlow as Cecilia Cannon
  • Katy Colloton as Chelsea Snap
  • Cate Freedman as AJ Feldman
  • Kate Lambert as Caroline Watson
  • Katie O"?Brien as Mary Louise Bennigan
  • Kathryn Rene Thomas as Deb Adler

Recurring

  • Tim Bagley as Principal Toby Pearson
  • Ryan Caltagirone as Hot Dad
  • Trevor Larcom as Blake
  • Zackary Arthur as David
  • Cheyenne Nguyen as Beth
  • Lulu Wilson as Annie
  • Siena Agudong as Tiffany
  • Nicolas Hedges as Peter
  • Mataeo Mingo as Brad

Development and production

Teachers is based on the web series of the same name, created by and starring improv group The Katydids. TV Land ordered a pilot on March 19, 2014, with The Katydids reprising their roles from the web series. Alison Brie executive produces alongside The Katydids and Matt Miller. Ian Roberts and Jay Martel have signed on as showrunners, with Richie Keen directing the series' pilot. TV Land picked up the show to series on October 1, 2014 with a 10-episode order.

Episodes

| ProdCode = 101 | Viewers = 0.85 | ShortSummary = The teachers are organizing the school's mandated anti-bullying campaign. Deb offers to step up and lead the effort but, having been bullied herself as a child, she takes things a bit too far. | LineColor = 000000 }}

| ProdCode = 102 | Viewers = 0.39 | ShortSummary = A photographer (Rob Riggle) is at the school to take pictures not only of the children but also of the teachers, who are not prepared. After the school mascot pet dies, followed by an elderly grief counselor, the teachers fear there will be another death, because bad things always come in threes. | LineColor = 000000 }}

| ProdCode = 107 | Viewers = 0.94 | ShortSummary = Principal Pearson wants everything ship-shape for the superintendent's (Ian Roberts) upcoming visit. On the day of the visit, however, one of AJ's students climbs into the ceiling's ductwork and refuses to come out. Meanwhile, Chelsea prepares an audition tape for The Bachelor. | LineColor = 000000 }}

| ProdCode = 106 | Viewers = 0.45 | ShortSummary = Chelsea arrives disheveled after a night of great sex, but is ashamed to have anyone find out it was with Sam (Rob Corddry), the school janitor. Meanwhile, Mary Louise takes over Cecilia's class for a day, and causes conflict when she tells the students they don't need to learn science because you can explain everything with God. | LineColor = 000000 }}

| ProdCode = 108 | Viewers = 0.44 | ShortSummary = Caroline learns that her ex-boyfriend Jacob (Jesse Bradford) is dating again, and his new girlfriend Ginny (Lacey Chabert) is coming to work at the school as a substitute speech therapist. Elsewhere, Cecilia tries to get into a teachers clique, while AJ takes a cue from Deb and starts raiding the school's lost-and-found. | LineColor = 000000 }}

| ProdCode = 103 | Viewers = 0.38 | ShortSummary = During a night at the bar, a drunk Chelsea kisses Mary Louise and playfully says "I love you," causing Mary Louise to panic as she thinks Chelsea may be interested in a lesbian relationship. Meanwhile, AJ learns a representative from the school board will be observing her class, due to suspicious answers that she put on her health assessment form. | LineColor = 000000 }}

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Release

The first episode was released on demand on December 15, 2015, before the broadcast debut on January 13, 2016.

Critical reception

Teachers has received positive reviews from critics. Rotten Tomatoes awarded the series with a rating of 67% based on reviews from 12 critics and an average rating of 5.9 out of 10. The site's critical consensus reads: "Teachers struggles with the transition from web series to television, but gets some good marks for humor." On Metacritic, the series received a score of 66% based on reviews from 10 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".




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