@JNoodles_Some of you may have fond memories of the early 2000's. Memories involving Jack Black playing some washed-up rock "star" named Dewey Finn, teaching some off-kilter kids how to rock hard like he... kinda... did, and somehow pulling it all off successfully. If you did, you had an awesome time in 2003, because School of Rock was a modern classic in its own right! Did you ever think that you'd be seeing it all happen again, and on your TV screen across a 13-episode debut season, at that? Well, whether you're ready or not, now it's going to be a reality as Nickelodeon announced this Monday (August 4) that a School of Rock TV series is on its way! set to begin this fall with hopes for a debut in the spring of 2015. The staff has already all come together, too, with Jim and Steve Armogida acting as showrunners with original School of Rock director Richard Linklater and producer Scott Rudin acting as additional executive producers. The real question remaining here is whether or not Jack Black himself will be signing on to reprise his role as Dewey, who the show reportedly is centered around. Here's to hoping, because just like Robert Downey, Jr. "owns" the role of Iron Man, or Benedict Cumberbatch that of Sherlock, Jack is the Dewey Finn.
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