ShowsAbbott Elementary Renewed for Season 4 on ABC by Quinta Brunson

Abbott Elementary Renewed for Season 4 on ABC by Quinta Brunson

“Abbott Elementary” has aced it, folks. ABC just handed it a fourth season renewal. And guess what? This came just a few days post its Season 3 kickoff. You heard it right, TVLine’s got the scoop.

Guess who spilled the beans? William Stanford Davis, a.k.a. the school’s custodian Mr. Johnson. He dropped this bomb at the Television Critics Association’s winter shindig on Saturday. Quite the reveal, huh?

Now, onto the stars of “Abbott Elementary.” Quinta Brunson shines as Janine Teagues, a dedicated teacher navigating the choppy waters of a financially struggling Philly school. And there’s Tyler James Williams, playing Gregory, Janine’s colleague and simmering love interest. The cast’s rounded out with Sheryl Lee Ralph, Janelle James, Lisa Ann Walter, and Chris Perfetti. They’re the backbone of this show, bringing life to its halls.

Oh, and did you catch the Emmy buzz? Brunson snagged the best lead actress in a comedy for the show’s second act. Ralph had her moment too, the year before, for best supporting actress. Talk about a winning streak.

Season 3 hit the screens on a Wednesday, ending a 10-month hiatus. Its double-feature premiere? Pulled in 2.8 million viewers. That’s keeping pace with Season 2’s numbers, by the way.

So, are you jazzed about spending more time with the “Abbott Elementary” crew? Drop your thoughts below. We’re all ears.

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