Dylan Sprouse is Finally Heading Back to Our Screens

Genevieve Scott

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We know, the last time you probably saw him on your screen, he was a troublemaking 11-year-old, living the suite life alongside his other half. Safe to say, a whole lot has changed since then. In fact, the Suite Life of Zack & Cody star is officially all grown up, but he's still the same ladies man we met 15 years ago.

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That's right, fast forward to today, and Dylan Sprouse's reality has him heading off to college - well, on our screens, at least. Titled, The Sex Lives of College Girls, the actor's latest comedy series is about to show him in an entirely different light, and we've got everything you need to know.

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For starters, Sprouse's latest endeavors will be taking him all the way to New England, where the actor, playing "Nico," will be enrolled at the prestigious Essex College. But much like Zack Martin, Nico won't exactly, um, be spending too much time in the library. Though something tells us, he'll be doing a lot of extracurricular activities.

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Not only will we be following along on the college Junior's journey to adulthood, but we'll also be introduced to four varying roommates: Kimberly, the valedictorian of a working-class high school, Bela, a jokester, hailing from a wealthy New Jersey suburb, Leighton, a classy girl, and Whitney, the college's upcoming soccer star.

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Oh, and did we mention Mindy Kaling will be producing and co-writing the entire adventure? Yep, something tells us we're in for a real treat here. So, when exactly will we be catching Essex's finest?

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While we have yet to be blessed with a release date, the 13-episode comedy series is set to be aired on HBO Max, and you know what that means: Go and make sure your subscription is up to date - or, at the very least, you know the password of somebody else's. All jokes aside, be sure to stay tuned for all of the latest updates.