Love to see it!
Abbott Elementary creator Quinta Brunson came a long way from those Vine days! It's really such an inspiration to see her journey.
Abbott Elementary made huge waves with its first season, becoming an almost instant hit and fans fell in love with the cast, storyline and warm humor.
According to MSN.com, this year, the show made history as Brunson became the first Black woman to receive three comedy nominations at the Emmys, garnering nods for Outstanding Comedy Series, Lead Actress and Writing (she penned the pilot). "Abbott" received another four nominations, including ones for James, Ralph and Tyler James Williams (who plays Gregory Eddie), as well as recognition for Outstanding Casting.
"Abbott" will be back with 22 episodes in the fall, as opposed to last season's 13. The creative team also teased a big cameo in Season 2's first episode, as well as "fun bottle episodes" reminiscent of sitcoms past.
Will you be tuned in?! Class is in session September 21st on ABC!