Release Date, Cast, Renewed or Canceled, NBC
‘A.P. Bio’ is an American comedy television series that airs on NBC. Created by comedian Mike O’Brien, who used to serve as a staff writer for famed variety show ‘Saturday Night Live’, the show follows a disgraced philosophy professor who is forced to teach at a high school to earn a living.
A pretty new show, Season 1 of ‘A.P. Bio’ premiered on February 13, 2018, and received mixed reviews from television critics but decent reviews from audiences. Despite the mixed response, NBC renewed the show for a second season, which premiered on March 7, 2019. Fans of the show are hoping for news on a third season. Here’s everything we know about it thus far.
A.P. Bio Cast: Who is in it?
‘A.P. Bio’ has a pretty impressive cast and has ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ and ‘That ‘80s Show’ star Glenn Howerton playing the role of the main character, disgraced Harvard philosophy professor Jack Griffin, who is forced to take up a job as an Advanced Placement Biology teacher at the Whitlock High School.
Other main cast members in the show include Lyric Lewis as Whitlock High School history teacher Stef Duncan, Mary Sohn as Whitlock High School art teacher Mary Wagner, Jean Villepique as Whitlock High School home economics teacher Michelle Jones, Patton Oswalt as Principal Ralph Durbin, and Paula Pell as Principal Durbin’s secretary Helen Henry Demarcus. Finally, Tom Bennett plays the role of Jack’s nemesis and arch rival, Harvard scholar Miles Leonard.
The show also has several recurring cast members many of who play the roles of students at the Whitlock High School. Some of them include Jacob McCarthy as Devin, Aparna Brielle as Sarika Sarkar, Nick Peine as Marcus Kasperak, Allisyn Ashley Arm as Heather, Eddie Leavy as Anthony Lewis, Charlie McCrackin as Coach Dick Novak, Jacob Houston as Victor Kozlowski, and Tucker Albrizzi as Colin McConnell.
Further, ‘A.P. Bio’ also features a few stars appearing as guests, including Collette Wolfe as Meredith, Niecy Nash as Kim Burke, Taran Killam as Mr. Vining, Mark Proksch as Philip, and Christopher Lloyd as Melvin.