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Tegan Quin of Tegan and Sara Talks the Value of Showcasing Canadian Life in the 1990s In New Series “High School” And More

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Tegan Quin highlighted the upcoming Amazon Freevee series “High School” in a recent interview with Paul Karchut of CBC Radio. The series will be based on the 2019 memoir written by Tegan and Sara. Tegan talked about how she discovered the twins who play them in the series by using TikTok. and the significance of accurately depicting what it was like for Canadian teens to come of age in the 1990s.

It was crucial that Calgary, Alberta, Canada, serve as the backdrop for the new series. The interviewer was told by Tegan. highlighting several locations that were included intentionally.

On October 14, “High School” will make its debut on Amazon Freevee.

Watch the trailer for the series “High School” here

Trevor Decker




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