It is a series of events that speak of an attractive, but repulsive, and misleading woman, and perhaps she is the woman who does not apologize for her inappropriate behavior constantly. Shortly after divorce from her husband, that woman becomes a teacher to find her next husband.
Graynor, fronting her first TV series, seems perfectly equipped to do so. The eye candy attributes are obvious, but she also knows how to land a punchline and parry with the veteran pros surrounding her.
If you've seen the film, you've seen the shtick. And CBS, surprisingly, doesn't find many new notes to play in the TV version, leaving open the question of why they bothered cloning such a forgettable film at all.
What this Bad Teacher really needed to do was outsmart the source material -- make this version more clever, or sharper, or funnier, or (above all) make it for adults. After all, no teens will ever fall for this flavorless, sanitized and timid retread.