When philosophy scholar Jack Griffin loses out on his dream job and goes to work as a high school Advanced Placement Biology teacher, 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 flawed logic to misdirect his principal and recruit the kids to help him mentally break his job-stealing nemesis and win back the position that's rightfully his.
The college fair comes to Whitlock, and Sarika has an offer for Jack: Get her into Harvard, and she'll get his book into the hands of her publisher aunt; Stef prepares for a visit from a fling; Helen applies to college.
Word is out tonight that NBC has cancelled A.P. Bio after two seasons. The news was confirmed by series creator Mike O'Brien, who took to social media to express his sadness that the "favorite project" of his life would not see a third season.
Produced by Seth Meyers, the comedy premiered in 2018 as a mid-season entry that ultimately garnered mixed reviews and underwhelming ratings. Still it was renewed for a second go-round, though its sophomore run has only seen viewership taper off even further.
The half-hour series follows a philosophy scholar who, after losing out on his dream job, takes a position as a high school Advanced Placement Biology teacher. But he has plans far beyond teaching biology, including using his classroom full of honor roll students to help him mentally break his job-stealing nemesis and win back the position that he feels is rightfully his