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Glenn Howerton's NBC pilot 'A.P. Bio' ordered to series

By Karen Butler
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Glenn Howerton's NBC pilot 'A.P. Bio' ordered to series
Glenn Howerton in a scene from the pilot for "A.P. Bio." Photo by Ron Batzdorff, courtesy of NBC

May 9 (UPI) -- 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.

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