Toronto’s Bad Tutors: An American Crime Story, starring Ryan Gosling, premiered on Netflix last week and the streaming service has already picked up the series for an upcoming fourth season.
Netflix said it would air the first episode of the new season on Jan. 21.
The streaming service added the original series to its schedule this month after Netflix acquired the rights to the British TV series, which was based on the book of the same name by British journalist John Winton.
The British series is based on a 2003 book by the same title, and has been adapted into films and TV shows including The Last King of Scotland, and The Crown.
The show’s cast includes Jennifer Aniston as the titular tutor who becomes a crime boss when she learns of a student’s murder.
The show’s producers also have stars including Samuel L. Jackson, John Malkovich, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, Jessica Chastain and James Franco.
In Canada, Bad Tutor is available on the Netflix Canada app.
The Netflix series is set in the 1960s in Toronto, where an English tutor named Richard Dury is accused of murder and framed for the murder.
Dury has a complicated past that includes a series of botched undertakings, a mysterious disappearance, and the attempted murder of a former teacher.
His daughter, a student named Emily, takes over his life and eventually takes over the tutoring business.
The Bad Tutoring series follows Dury as he tries to find his daughter and learn the truth behind the murder and his own troubled past.
Dory eventually learns that Emily is the daughter of a notorious criminal known as the Killer of Holes, who used his connections in the Toronto underworld to lure students into the city’s underground.
The original series also was based in London and is based around a murder trial that took place in London in the early 1960s.
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