Those Who Can't
Those Who Can't is American Comedy TV series. Created by Adam Cayton-Holland. Produced by 3 Arts Entertainment. Stars: Adam Cayton-Holland, Maria Thayer, Ben Roy. Also known as Les Pires Profs in France. It debuted on Feb 11, 2016, on truTV. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.1 *.
How Many Season Does Those Who Can't Have: 3 (35 episodes)
|Season 4|| |
|Season 3|| |
Season premieres on January 14, 2019
Finale: April 8, 2019
truTV, 13 episodes
|Season 2|| |
Season premieres on October 6, 2016
Finale: December 8, 2016
truTV, 12 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2016, truTV, 10 episodes
Those Who Can't is on truTV (United States) Mondays at 6 pm
S3E13 () - Air Date: Apr 08, 2019 (7 months ago)
High school high jinks in 'Those Who Can't' - The Boston Globe - via Bostonglobe
A few things of note. 1) The high school in this new comedy, Smoot High, is named after one of our own. A smoot, in case you don’t know, is a local unit of measurement based on a person named Oliver R. Smoot and devised by MIT students in the 1950s. Google it. 2) The show represents the first foray into scripted comedy for truTV, the home of tow-truck, pawn-shop, and prank reality shows that was formerly doing business as Court TV. 3) Named after the George Bernard Shaw quote, “Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach,” the show is from three members of Denver-based comedy troupe the Grawlix. It’s about teachers who certainly can’t teach, even gym class. They do, however, know how to act like kooky kids and frat bros. 4) High jinks ensue. 5) “Those Who Can’t” is not very good, but it’s mindless fun if you’ve got nothing else to do. Those who can’t find something else, watch “Those Who Can’t.”
Cast of Characters: Three below average teachers try to skate by on truTV's 'Those Who Can't' - La Junta Tribune Democrat - according to Lajuntatribunedemocrat
“I remember all the first season, we were shooting and we were all like ‘What do you do with your arms?’" Cayton-Holland said. “None of us knew what to do with our arms. So we just look stiff. But, you learn things, like, how about in this scene my character stirs a cup of coffee. There’s an action for me to be doing.
TruTV's 'Those Who Can't': a talk with the executive producer Dean Lorey - Atlanta Journal Constitution - by Ajc
"We're really excited to be the first scripted comedy network on the network," Lorey said. "It's uncharted territory. What's nice about truTV is they're a comedy network in which we can be an extension. We love 'Impractical Jokers.' We hung out with those guys. We love them. It's really collegial."
Comedic Chemistry Shines On and Off-screen at 'Those Who Can't' NYC Screening - The Interrobang - per Theinterrobang
“There’s a little bit of pressure, because there’s that [feeling of] ‘test this out, see if it’s viable for us,’” Andrew said. “We’re being handed a ball and we have to run with it, but it’s also an exciting time because they believe in our show, enough to give us a second season. It’s great to have that sort of support.”