USA bones up for high school ‘Class’

Made-for is teen 'Ten Little Indians'

It’s all fun and games until you get to high school.

USA Network has commissioned the two-hour original movie “Class Warfare,” to debut on the cabler next year. Pic, described as “Ten Little Indians” for the high school set, stars Kiele Sanchez and Robin Dunne (“The Big Hit”).

Shooting began last week in Vancouver.

Writer-director-producer Richard Shepard (“The Linguini Incident”) is directing the script by George Finch.

Original Films’ Neal H. Moritz and Heather Zeegen, who teamed up on “Les Liasons Dangereuses” adaptation “Cruel Intentions,” are producing the made-for.

The cast also includes thesps Lindsey McKeon, Wade Carpenter and Dave McGowan.

Sanchez, Dunne and Shepard are repped by UTA. Shepard is managed by Jeff Graup.

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