The Inbetweeners


The Inbetweeners Information

The Inbetweeners was an American sitcom developed by Brad Copeland for MTV. The show starred Joey Pollari, Bubba Lewis, Mark L. Young, Zack Pearlman, Alex Frnka and Brett Gelman. The show was a remake of the original UK series of the same name written and created by Damon Beesley and Iain Morris, who serve as executive producers alongside Copeland, Aaron Caplan and Lauren Corra. The show premiered on MTV on August 20, 2012. On November 28, 2012, MTV decided to cancel the show due to low ratings.

Main cast

  • Bubba Lewis as Simon Cooper
  • Zack Pearlman as Jay Cartwright
  • Joey Pollari as Will McKenzie
  • Mark L. Young as Neil Sutherland
  • Alex Frnka as Carli D'Amato
  • Brett Gelman as Mr. Gilbert
  • Kirby Bliss Blanton as Charlotte Allen
Michael Cleary

Production

After an unsuccessful attempt by ABC to create an American version of The Inbetweeners in 2008, MTV announced in late September, 2010 that it had hired noted comedy writer Brad Copeland (known for writing on American comedies such as Arrested Development and My Name Is Earl) to write the script for an American Inbetweeners series. Taika Waititi was chosen to direct the pilot.

On March 31, 2011, MTV officially announced that it had picked-up The Inbetweeners for an additional eleven episodes, creating a twelve-episode first season. Copeland will serve as executive producer and showrunner.

Late November 2012 brought the news that MTV had decided not to go forward with a second season of the series. MTV said to The Wrap, "While we won't be moving forward with another season of The Inbetweeners, we enjoyed working with the show's creators and such a talented, funny cast."

Plot

The U.S. version follows the misadventures of four high-school boys (as opposed to Sixth Form College in the UK version) as they navigate the humiliating transition into adulthood.

Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release date
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 12

Episodes

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International broadcasts

Country Network(s) Premiere
E4 5 December 2012
MTV Germany 27 January 2013
MuchMusic
MTV Latin America 27 January 2013
MTV France 9 February 2013
MTV Netherlands 2013
MTV Spain 9 February 2013
MTV Italy 7 February 2013
MTV Poland 27 January 2013

Film adaptation

On July 3, 2012, it was announced that a U.S. adaptation of The Inbetweeners Movie is to be made. Morris and Beesley were approached by Paramount Pictures to lead the project. It is unknown if the film will still be made after the cancellation of the series itself.




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