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Privileged TV Show Facts

Megan Smith (JoAnna Garcia) gets a taste of the good life in the CW's Privileged.
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The cast of the CW's new comedy, Privileged, about a smart, regular girl who tutors two spoiled, rich heiresses.
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A recently fired wannabe journalist is dragged into the world of the wealthy when a chance meeting makes her the tutor for two spoiled rich girls. Kidzworld heads to the mansion with the CW’s Privileged.

Main Characters

  • Megan Smith – A super positive, super smart Yale grad who wants to be an investigative journalist but is currently working at a trashy tabloid magazine. After being fired, she suddenly finds herself being the live-in tutor to two spoiled rich heiresses.
  • Rose and Sage – The rich girls in question. These terrible twins make it their mission to make Megan’s life as difficult as possible. Oh, and they want to avoid learning at all costs! Think the Hilton sisters, but worse.
  • Laurel Limoges – Rose and Sage’s grandmother, and the founder of an international cosmetics empire. She hires Megan to teach her granddaughters, but whose side she takes in the ongoing battles remains to be seen.
  • Will Phillips – The hottie-next-door, Will is a rich bachelor with his eyes on a new prize—Megan. But will he succeed?
  • Charlie Hogan – Megan’s best friend, who secretly has a huge crush on her. Can he compete with Will for her affections?

Fun Facts

  • Privileged is based on the book How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls by Zoey Dean.
  • Similar to 90210 actress Shenae Grimes, Ashley Newbrough (Sage) has also appeared on Degrassi: The Next Generation.
  • When JoAnna Garcia, who plays Megan, isn’t working on the show, she volunteers teaching English as a second language in Los Angeles. She speaks fluent Spanish.

Quotes

“Oh, room. I may love you even more than car.” - Megan, cherishing her new life

“I puke cuter than that outfit you’re wearing.” – Sage, to Megan

“I think you just Tased our new tutor.” – Rose, to Sage

“Try not to drool on the table, it’s from France.” – Marco, the family chef, to a Tased Megan

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