Abbott Elementary fans get amazing news after Season 3 premiere

Kayla Harrington
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ABC’s hit comedy series Abbott Elementary received good news after they debuted their chaotic Season 3 premiere.

Everyone’s favorite good-natured teachers are back in action as ABC’s hit series Abbott Elementary has returned for its third season.

Dubbed a new comfort show by fans, the show follows a group of dedicated teachers as they go through different shenanigans while teaching at a Philadelphia elementary school.

Though the show has just returned for its third season, the series got the ultimate good news after it premiered its hour-long season premiere.

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Abbott Elementary will return for a new season

After the show premiered its hour-long season premiere with “Career Day Part 1/2,” it was announced that Abbott Elementary will return for a fourth season.

The announcement was made by William Stanford Davis, who plays the hilarious janitor Mr. Johnson on the show, during the Television Critics Association’s winter 2024 press tour.

Though fans were hoping the show would be renewed for a new season, Abbott Elementary’s fate was a bit up in the air after the show’s original premiere date was pushed back during the writers’/SAG-AFTRA strike.

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However, thanks to the Season 3 premiere, fans and critics were once again reminded why Abbott Elementary is a one-of-a-kind show.

“Career Day Part 1/2” was Abbott Elementary at the top of their game as Janine (Quinta Brunson) tried to deliver a seamless career day to the students of Abbott while the rest of the teachers tried to combat Principal Ava’s (Janelle James) new oppressive rules.

Abbott Elementary will premiere new episodes every week and, to find out how to watch them, you can click here.

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