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Inbetweeners USA: First Look

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Now, you can't really say you're surprised.

Smash hit UK comedy The Inbetweeners has been remade for American TV and the first look at the new cast is now available. In the image we can see Bubba Lewis (Simon), Joey Pollari (Will), Mark L Young (Neil) and Zack Pearlman (Jay).

From the look of the picture, it's remaining pretty loyal to the original with Will's briefcase and Simon's infamous yellow car both making an appearance.

It hits MTV in August with no UK date planned as yet.

What do you think? Sacrilege?

You can take The Inbetweeners quiz right here.

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