Glenn Howerton's NBC Pilot 'A.P. Bio' Ordered to Series
Glenn Howerton's NBC pilot A.P. Bio has been ordered to series.
The network released the first photo of Howerton's teacher character in a classroom full of students on Monday.
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The series from writer Mike O'Brien and executive producers Seth Meyers and Lorne Michaels is expected to debut in the 2017-18 television season, Variety said.
The sitcom follows a philosophy scholar forced to work as a high school, advanced-placement, biology teacher after he loses his dream job.
Howerton is best known for writing, producing and co-starring in the dark comedy It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, which began its 12-season run in 2005.
By Karen Butler
Originally published in UPI Entertainment News.