Ten new episodes of the comedy series “Completely High School” will be filmed starting July 29. First a web series, this crazy work parodying teen series from the 1980s and 1990s will make its way to TV.
Bell Media will indeed offer the new intrigues on its platforms as well as on the small screen, but for the moment no other details have leaked.
The new 30-minute episodes will be directed by Alec Pronovost, and written by the duo formed by Charles-Alex Durand and Sandrine Viger.
Rosalie Vaillancourt, Patrick Emmanuel Abellard, Patrice Dubois, Bernard Fortin, Vincent Kim, Katherine Levac, Antoine Pilon and Pierre-Yves Roy-Desmarais will resume service. Characters will be added to “Completely high school”. These will be camped by Éric Bernier, Sharon James, Pierre-Luc Lafontaine, Macha Limonchick, Martin-David Peters and Nahéma Ricci.
The “Complètement lycée” web series, which has more than 500,000 views at counter on the noovo.ca platform and which will soon be launched on Blackpills, in Belgium, earned Rosalie Vaillancourt the Dior Prize for Revelation at the Canneseries festival this spring. In addition, during the Rendez-vous Québec Cinéma, she received the award for best web series. “Complètement lycée” has been nominated seven times for the Prix Gémeaux, which will be awarded next September.
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