ABC is launching a brand new television show An American Education, based on a BBC series Bad Education. The BBC series gained enormous popularity across the pond and ABC is hoping to snag the same ratings here in the United States. The American version of the show follows Wickers, a high school teacher dealing with his annoying administrators who is attempting to impress a female chemistry instructor with a little help from his students. The casting directors at ABC are now holding auditions for several extra and feature roles for the pilot series. This is a great opportunity for any aspiring actors looking for their big break to play a feature role in a new television pilot. Do not miss out your chance apply now!
Ben Cavey, who produced the original series, will serve as executive producer for An American Education that will revolve around a high school teacher who loves his students but has to deal with the administrators who are constantly nagging him to follow the rules. And to add to the drama he has a crush on a fellow coworker who is a chemistry teacher at the school. There are no updates on when the pilot series will begin filiming but the casting directors are now holding auditions and castings for numerous extra and stand in roles for the ABC pilot.
If you are interested in auditioning please submit your information along with several up to date photos and contact information. Please keep checking back for more information on casting locations, times and dates and as always leave us a comment and let us know if you think the TV pilot will be as successful in the US as it is in England.