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AP Bio is the latest show to hit NBC's new streaming platform Peacock beginning on September 3rd.


Starring Glenn Howerton, Patton Oswalt, and Lyric Lewis, AP Bio follows a former Harvard professor who moves back to his home state of Ohio to work as a high school AP Bio teacher. The first two seasons have been well received by critics and fans alike, and Ranker.com is here to share what shows are worth watching if you're a fan of AP Bio.

AP Bio is known for well-timed jokes, cast chemistry, and bingeable format. With Ranker's Watchworthy app, let's take a look at what else is worth streaming.

Bad Education

The British comedy series Sex Education follows Otis Milburn, a high school student navigating the waters of puberty, sex, and relationships. Catch the series now on Netflix.

Dollface

Starring Kat Dennings, Dollface surrounds a young woman who is dealing with the fallout of a breakup and picks up the pieces. Stream it now on Hulu.

Killing Eve

A fan-favorite among TV fans everywhere, Killing Eve is a must watch for comedic moments, nail-biting drama, and more. Catch it on BBC America.

For more TV suggestions, check out Ranker's Watchworthy app!

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