ABC Has Renewed ‘Abbott Elementary’ For A Second Season

‘abbott Elementary’ Renewed For A Second Season At Abc

The new ABC comedy “Abbott Elementary” has quickly been a fan favorite, and it appears that there will be more classes in session since the show has been renewed for a second season by ABC.

The news was revealed in a letter written by Principal Ava Coleman, who is played by Janelle James on the show, on Monday.

The program, which is set in an underfunded elementary school in Philadelphia, has brought attention to real-life elementary schools in similar situations, as well as the teachers who work tirelessly to ensure that their students achieve.

According to Deadline, the program has been ABC’s No. 1 new comedy in adults 18-49 for the past two years, as well as the season’s No. 1 comedy.

As previously reported, the show, in collaboration with ABC, has partnered with Scholastic Books to give free book fairs to underfunded schools around the country this month. As part of its traveling Teacher’s Lounge concept, ABC has also stated that they will offer teachers with supplies, breakfast, and merchandise from the event.

Quinta Brunson conceived and wrote the show, which follows her character Janine Teagues, a second-grade teacher at Abbott Elementary.

The documentary-style comedic series follows Janine and her coworkers as they attempt to improve their pupils’ education. Sheryl Lee Ralph, Tyler James Williams, Lisa Ann Walter, and Chris Perfetti also star in the episode.

On March 22nd, new episodes of “Abbott Elementary” will air on ABC.