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When renowned philosophy scholar and Ivy League professor Jack Griffin loses out on his dream job and gets humiliated in front of his peers, he finds himself working as a high school Advanced Placement Biology teacher in his hometown. However, on the first day of class, he makes one thing very clear: he will not be teaching biology. Realizing he has a room full of honor roll students at his disposal, Jack uses his misguided intellect to manipulate his principal and recruit the kids to help him mentally break his job-stealing nemesis and win back the position that's rightfully his.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: February 1, 2018

Also Known As: 這不是生物課, Курс биологии |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG), Brazil (12) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

high school
high school teacher

Company Credits

Production Co: Broadway Video, Sethmaker Shoemeyers Productions |  See more »


Miguel Chavez
as Eduardo
Will Greenberg
as Dave Eggleston
Max Silvestri
as Admiral
Nicholas Peters
as Nicholas
Elizabeth Alderfer
as Lynette
Kevyn Bashore
as Prairie Teacher
Paul Ray
as Rams Basketball Player
Elizabeth Guest
as Gretchen
Eddie Leavy
as Anthony/Anthony Lewis
Tim Heidecker
as Greg
Niecy Nash
as Kim
Tia Valentine
as Crystal (Cool Kid #2)
Clayton English
as David
Jacob McCarthy
as Devin
Karly Rothenberg
as Agatha
Zach Reino
as Chops
Nancy Friedrich
as Sister Monica
Spence Moore II
as Dan Decker/Dan
Susan Berger
as Dollhouse Lady
Howard Campbell
as Bully Derrick
Kaison Williams
as Jeffy
Sam Lazarus
as Reporter
John D'Aquino
as Dean Warren Richardson
Maria Thayer
as Molly
John Ponzio
as Fred the Teacher
Nick Peine
as Marcus/Marcus Kasperak
Ron Funches
as Hans
Aron Stevens
as Tennessee Ronnie Log
Hayley Marie Norman
as Shayla
Xander Evans
as Russian Student
Reuben J. Lee
as Fort Wayne Hockey Player
Freedom Bridgewater
as Delivery Guy/Repairman
Laird Macintosh
as Mark
Michelle Kim
as Hostess
Aidan Bertola
as Kid
Aiesha Eser
as Chloe
Kendra Munger
as Dr. Gordon
Paula Pell
as Helen Henry Demarcus/Helen
David Gborie
as Gary/Mr. McKinnon
Sonya Wallace
as Detective #2
Cullen G. Chambers
as Mr. On-Your-Left
Allisyn Snyder
as Heather
Olivier Paris
as Young Jack
Hadiyah Robinson
as Mrs. Baxter
Marisa Baram
as Marissa
Sam Valentine
as Christina
Tess Aubert
as Gwen
Nikki Glaser
as Chloe
Lisa Loeb
as Lisa Loeb
Brianne Tju
as Dallas
Mary Sohn
as Mary Wagner
Tom Bennett
as Miles
Brad Morris
as Keith
Charlie McCrackin
as Dick Novak/Coach Novak/Coach
Tania Gunadi
as Sarah
Bryan Michael Nunez
as Travis
Chloe Csengery
as Ashley
Mike O'Gorman
as Chase
George Dyck
as Cheating Student
Saidah Arrika Ekulona
as School Board Beth
Justin Tinucci
as Bully
Rosa Liz Marmolejo
as Student
Aparna Brielle
as Sarika/Sarika Sarkar
David Neher
as Dave
Ronnie Alvarez
as Waiter
Matthew Campbell Dowling
as Waiter
Marina Shtoda
as Dale's Wife
Kelli Dawn Hancock
as Bartender
Greg 'Christopher' Smith
as Referee
Hal Dion
as Mr. Goodman
Jacob Houston
as Victor/Victor Kozlowski
Hans Holsen
as Heather's Dad/Ron
Michael Canetty
as Old Man
Lori Alan
as Didi
Jonathan T. Floyd
as Repairman
Micaela Wittman
as Teenage Girl
Lisa Long
as Dr. Asher
Denisse Ojeda
as Erica
Dan Gilvary
as Priest
Jon Lovitz
as Robin Schwonk
Brooks Wheelan
as Seth
Steve Jones
as Steve Jones
Clint Culp
as Constrution Worker
Samantha Follows
as Victor's Mom
Jacob Timothy Manown
as Caleb
Glenn Howerton
as Jack Griffin/Jack
Taran Killam
as Mr. Vining
Maxwell Simkins
as Max
Ben Seeder
as Scott Hawk/Security Guard
Jaime Moyer
as Joyce
Jane Morris
as Rhonda
Dominique Morton
as Angry Student/Student
Eric Normington
as Publishing Executive
Janise Anthony
as Party Guest
Tricia O'Kelley
as Sadie
Allison Bills
as Trudy
Kellee Stewart
as Marjorie
Tim Lounibos
as Cliff
Harper Colbert
as Jack's Kid #1
Jean Villepique
as Michelle Jones
Christopher Lloyd
as Melvin
Ayden Mayeri
as Kate
Kalpana Potaraju
as Nice Woman #2
Chris Gehrt
as Pizza Guy
Zylan Brooks
as Admissions Officer
Yuyao Deng
as Yuyao/Yuyao Deng
Jessica Garza
as Mia
Bill Nye
as Bill Nye
Michael Joseph
as Bachelor
James William O'Halloran
as Rob
Anissa Borrego
as Amanda
Jordan Ghaim
as Fanatic #1
Stanley Ullman
as Bus Driver
Darrell Dennis
as Detective #1
Jill Basey
as Dr. Stumpf
Angela Kinsey
as Brenda
Hope Shapiro
as Caleb's Mother
Jordan Ashley Delgado
as Jen Salavantis
Laura Kightlinger
as Gabrielle
Douglas Bennett
as Bob (Jug Band Member)
Tate Birchmore
as Young Jack
Rick Overton
as House Father
Danielle Demski
as Sandra
Jason Huber
as Victor's Dad
Jennifer Bliman
as French Horn Student
Ian Alda
as Randy
Joe Manganiello
Patton Oswalt
as Principal Ralph Durbin/Principal Durbin
Calder Holbrook
as Fanatic #2
Flavor Flav
as Flavor Flav
Collette Wolfe
as Meredith
Andrew Hansen
as Tech Guy
Jarvis W. George
as Electronni
Alfred Adderly
as EMT
Ruben Dario
as Dad
Jill Czarnowski
as Mom
Bruce Campbell
as John Griffin
Elizabeth Phoenix Caro
as Young Girl
Ed Taylor
as Bearded Man
Erinn Hayes
as Trish
Jet Eveleth
as Celes
Brendan Jennings
as Dale
Argenis Pirela
as School Board Member
Brett Edwards
as Chaz
Sari Arambulo
as Grace
Eden Riegel
as Katie
Sohm Kapila
as Meena
John Pirruccello
as Principal Kling
Tiago Roberts
as Bachelor I
Arthur Keng
as Waiter
Rebecca Sohn
as Prude Mom
Eliza Shin
as Nurse
Michael Gross
as Brandon
Anjali Bhimani
as Sarika's Mom
Tucker Albrizzi
as Colin
Orion Askinosie
as Chris (Cool Kid #1)
Meagen Fay
as Sister Frances
Emily Tunon
as Vicky
Jamila Webb
as Kelly
David Sampen
as Fort Wayne Hockey Player
Rheagan Wallace
as Nice Woman #1
Max Colbert
as Jack's Kid #2
April Adams
as Mavis
Mark Proksch
as Philip
Lyric Lewis
as Stef Duncan
Cheryl Lynn Bowers
as Rosemary Griffin/Rosemary
Pat McNeely
as Mrs. Goodman
Lilián García
as Lilian Garcia
Patricia Belcher
as Superintendent/Superintendent Kolpein
Gilbert James Talbot
as Don Chacho
Phil Miler
as Oberlin Recruiter

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2018 | 13 Episodes

Season 2

2019 | 13 Episodes

Season 3

2020 | 8 Episodes

Season 4

2021 | 8 Episodes




Awards & Nominations

Hollywood Critics Association 2021


Hollywood Critics Association

Best Supporting Actor in a Streaming Series, Comedy

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