Let the teachers from Fillmore elementary school show you how school should REALLY be like
SINGAPORE, 7 July, 2017 – Teachers are usually role models. Not here on Comedy Central! This July, come sit with us and the cool kids in the cafeteria, where we’ll be premiering Season Two of the Grade-A “Teachers”, starring the improv group The Katydids. This time, the jaded and inappropriate elementary school teachers are back with a vengeance for more outrageous debauchery!
“Teachers” revolves around a group of elementary school teachers who are trying to mold the minds of America’s youth, but don’t have their own lives together at all, and you will see the women facing elections, demotions and team-building exercises.
In season two, the new school term kicks off with flying colors – Ms. Watson develops a strange attraction to a life-size male doll, Ms. Snap is slut-shamed by the faculty while running to represent the school on the board, and Mrs. Adler counsels her students on “stranger danger” but may have taken things a bit too far. While these ladies are just settling in, a tornado hits the school and the teachers panic, putting themselves and their students in danger.
In addition, great guest stars pop up, including Haley Joel Osment (“Alpha House,” “Comedy Bang! Bang!”) as Mrs. Adler’s husband, Ryan Hansen (“Party Down”) as Ms. Snap’s rival in a school council race, Jessica St. Clair (“Playing House”) as the school counselor, and more surprising appearances and cameos by famous faces in comedy, pop culture and music, including Lisa Loeb, Coolio and more.
Teachers Season 2 will premiere on Wednesday, 12 July and will air every Wednesday at 9.15 PM (WIB) and 10.15 PM (PH/MY/SG/HK/TW). For a taste of what school should be like, meet the teachers HERE.
“Teachers” is written by and stars The Katydids, who wrote and acted in the popular web series of the same name and are each named a version of “Katie” – Caitlin Barlow, Katy Colloton, Cate Freedman, Kate Lambert, Katie O’Brien and Kathryn Renée Thomas.
Along with The Katydids, Alison Brie (“Community”) and showrunners Ian Roberts and Jay Martel (“Key and Peele”) executive produce the series. Matt Miller and Cap Gun Collective are also executive producers.