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‘A.P. Bio’ Canceled at Peacock After 4 Seasons

Class is out of session for A.P. Bio. Series creator Mike O’Brien tweeted Monday that the Peacock series is finished after four seasons and 42 episodes. A.P. Bio, about a former Harvard philosophy professor (Glenn Howerton) now teaching high school biology, was Peacock’s first scripted comedy pickup; the streamer revived it for a third season […]

‘A.P. Bio’ Renewed for Season 4 at Peacock (Exclusive)

'A.P. Bio' the former NBC comedy that was brought back from the dead as Peacock's first half-hour original, will return for a fourth season on the ad-supported platform.

Paula Pell Discusses the “Filthy” ‘Murder, She Wrote’ Homage She’s Readying for Quibi

The celebrated comedy writer, a frequent collaborator of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, is set to receive the WGA East’s Herb Sargent Award for Comedy Excellence on Feb. ?1.

‘A.P. Bio’ Revived for Season 3 on NBCUniversal’s Streaming Service (Exclusive)

NBC's currently unnamed streaming service has its first scripted comedy — and it's a familiar one: The Lorne Michaels-produced single-camera comedy 'A.P. Bio' has been revived for a third season as the streaming platform's first half-hour original.

Glenn Howerton Teases His Return to ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’

Glenn Howerton teases his return to 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.'

‘The Voice’ Scales Back as NBC Finalizes Midseason Premieres

NBC is cutting back on 'The Voice' some in the spring, eliminating six weeks' worth of Tuesday shows. Five other series have premiere dates.

TV Ratings: ‘The Good Place’ Finale Steady, ‘AP Bio’ Premiere Soft

In addition, Thursday night's 'Scandal' marked the highest-rated episode for the drama since the premiere.

‘AP Bio’: TV Review

NBC's bad-teacher comedy 'AP Bio' has an amusing premise and strong stars in Glenn Howerton and Patton Oswalt, but so far it isn't all that funny.

NBC’s ‘A.P. Bio’ Promotes ‘Mascots’ Star to Series Regular (Exclusive)

Tom Bennett plays the college rival of Glenn Howerton's character in the Seth Meyers-produced comedy.