The primary trailer has been shared for Tegan and Sara‘s upcoming TV collection Excessive College – test it out under.
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The pop duo’s 2019 e book of the identical identify has been became a TV collection for Amazon, with Tegan and Sara serving as govt producers alongside writer-director Clea DuVall.
After being found by the duo themselves, TikTok stars and twins Railey Gilliland and Seazynn Gilliland have been solid to play teenage variations of Tegan and Sara respectively.
Cobie Smulders (How I Met Your Mom) has additionally been solid to play their mom Simone, whereas Kyle Bornheimer (Brooklyn 9-9) will play Simone’s boyfriend Patrick.
The present is ready to debut on Amazon’s Freevee service on October 14, after premiering on the Toronto Worldwide Movie Competition (TIFF) subsequent month.
Try the trailer under.
In an announcement in regards to the present’s casting, Tegan Quin mentioned: “It felt kismet once I noticed Railey and Seazynn for the primary time on TikTok. There was one thing undeniably intriguing about them: They had been candy and unique, unimaginable to not watch. I felt compelled to ship Sara the video. ‘Too dangerous they don’t act,’ I texted her.
“Sara wasn’t deterred. They had been performers, musical and dynamic. ‘You possibly can’t educate charisma,’ Sara mentioned, which that they had in spades. Sara was relentless – these had been the twins that needed to play us. We had been overjoyed once they had been solid, and we couldn’t be extra thrilled that all of it labored out.”
An outline of the collection reads: “Excessive College is a narrative about discovering your individual id – a journey made much more difficult when you’ve gotten a twin whose personal wrestle and self-discovery so intently mimics your individual.
Elsewhere, Sara Quin welcomed her first youngster along with her accomplice this month. Taking to the duo’s official Instagram, the Canadian musician shared a photograph she’d taken within the mirror of herself cradling her new child.
“My #crybaby,” she captioned the put up, referencing Tegan and Sara’s recently-announced tenth album.