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TV Series
    (April 16, 2021- )
    Aired on Disney Plus
    Created by David E. Kelley, Dean Lorey and Brad Garrett
    John Stamos as Coach Marvyn Korn
    Jessalyn Gilsig as Assistant coach Holly Barrett
    Richard Robichaux as Counselor George Pappas
    Sophia Mitri Schloss as Emma Korn
    Nell Verlaque as Louise Gruzinsky
    Tiana Le as Destiny Winters
    Monique Green as Olive Cooper
    Cricket Wampler as Samantha "Giggles" Finkman
    Yvette Nicole Brown as Dean Sherilyn Thomas
    Camryn Manheim as Coach Karen McCarthy
    Premise: A former college basketball coach takes a coaching job at an all-girl prep school in an attempt to revive his coaching career
    John Stamos was cast in the lead role of basketball coach Marvyn Korn, despite the fact he never had an interest in sports.
    Shiri Appleby was initially cast as Holly Barrett, before being replaced by Jessalyn Gilsig, in order to make her a contemporary to Marvyn.
    Marvyn was seen as being smug, concieted and arrogant in the earlier episodes.
    Marvyn's chair throwing incident is loosely based on that of Bobby Knight's.
    For a prep school, there is favoritism shown towards the daughters of the school's faculty members.
    It plays off the typical high school girl chlichés.
    It was initially supposed to be part of ABC's 2020 fall lineup, but the network wasn't interested in picking it up.
    It was an original show, that wasn't a spinoff off a Disney franchise.
    It tackles themes such as family, teamwork, identity, social status and classes, academics and self-discovery.
    They don't use doubles to film the basketball scenes.
    Despite not having an interest in sports, John Stamos played the role of Marvyn Korn admirably.
    It was initially planned to be released in 2020, but was delayed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
    It received popular reviews from critics upon its release on Disney Plus.

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    For 2021, as of last week, Out of 1 Votes: 200% Annoying
 
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