Catch Live Webcasts of The Class Next Week   

Oh, shows. You are winning me over, one new online marketing scheme at a time.

What am I talking about? Next week viewers will be able to go behind the scenes of The Class with two live webcasts to watch the show at two different production stages, the table read and the run-thru. I definitely plan to watch myself because, as a fan of the show, it’ll be cool to see the process but also because I’d like to see more shows doing things like this. See below for more information on how, where, and when to watch.

On Monday, January 15 at 11:00 a.m PT, fans can go to to watch a live webcast of the cast, producers and writers of “The Class” participating in a “table read” of an upcoming episode. The table read marks the first day of production on a half-hour multi-camera comedy, offering the actors their first opportunity to work on scenes together and giving the director, writers and producers instant feedback on how the episode is received by an audience. The table read is traditionally followed by rehearsal on Tuesday, leading to the first complete rehearsal performance of the episode on stage on Wednesday. And will be there, too.

On Wednesday, January 17 at 1:00 p.m. PT, fans can catch a second live webcast at to watch the run-thru. Traditionally, this full-episode rehearsal process takes place behind closed doors, but this exclusive event takes viewers directly inside the world of this fresh new comedy series — live and uncut.

Check out beginning on January 15 for the live webcasts, and if you’ve missed any of the hilarious episodes this season, you can catch clips of them there as well. We’ll see you there! And don’t forget to watch The Class Mondays at 8:30 p.m. on the CBS Television Network.

One Response to “Catch Live Webcasts of The Class Next Week”

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    marty2103 says:

    I will definitely be watching, I am very big fan of the show and I love it!

    I was really glad they won the People’s Choice Award!