From a media release:
SCHOOL IS ALMOST OUT, BUT MR. YOUNG IS HEADED BACK TO CLASS: BURNABY-BASED PRODUCTION TO START FILMING THIRD SEASON IN MAY
In two weeks, cameras will start rolling on the third season of YTV’s hit comedy series, Mr. Young. B.C.-based Thunderbird Films and Corus Entertainment have green lit another season of Canada’s first multi-camera series, created by Dan Signer (The Suite Life on Deck, A.N.T. Farm) and starring Brendan Meyer (The Haunting Hour, Girl vs. Monster).
Filmed in front of a live studio audience, Mr. Young focuses on Adam Young, a whiz-kid-turned-teen genius who hit the books hard enough to graduate university at the age of 14. Fearing he’s missing out on his teen years, Adam turns down a job at NASA and heads back to high school – as a teacher.
After a stellar first season in Canada and ‘hit’ status on US network, Disney XD, the series is rolling out to countries around the world, including Australia, Italy, France, the UK and throughout Latin America. Season two started airing on YTV in March and will be broadcast on Disney XD USA this summer.
Also starring Matreya Fedor, Gig Morton and Milo Shandel, the sitcom explores the humour of high school from the perspective of someone trapped between two worlds. With co-workers twice his age, and his best friend, the school bully and his first crush, as his students, things rarely go smoothly for Adam Young.
Mr. Young is the only Metro Vancouver production that films in front of a live audience and is already booking seats for the first show on May 11th. With space for 175 people, it’s a family friendly and fun evening that includes prizes, pizza and the chance to meet the actors.
LIVE SHOW DATES:
May 11 & 18
June 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29
July 13, 20 & 27
August 3, 17, 24 & 31
September 14, 21 & 28
5828 Byrne Road, Burnaby, BC (off Marine Way & Market Crossing)
Tickets are free and are recommended for children 10+. Audience check in is at 4pm and filming usually wraps by 9:30pm.
TO RESERVE SEATS:
Call 604-433-0779 or email email@example.com.
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