'Abbott Elementary' wins Outstanding Performance in a Comedy Series at 2023 SAG Awards, Fans say 'great show'

'Abbott Elementary' wins Outstanding Performance in a Comedy Series at 2023 SAG Awards, Fans say 'great show'

Updated: 21 days, 15 hours, 55 minutes, 9 seconds ago

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: ABC's 'Abbott Elementary' seems to be on a roll this year. Previously this year, Quinta Brunson's starring series won three out of the five Golden Globes categories that the series was nominated in. That is not all, at the 2023's Critics' Choice Awards, the ABC series had two nods out of the five categories. Speaking of accolades, the show's first season was nominated for seven Primetime Emmy Awards, winning three. Is it really much of a shocker? We don't think so.


Regardless, the ensemble cast includes Tyler James Williams, Janelle James, Lisa Ann Walter, Chris Perfetti, Sheryl Lee Ralph, and William Stanford Davis. The mockumentary sitcom television series is created by Quinta Brunson for ABC. It also stars Brunson as the main character of the series, Janine Teagues, who is a positive second-grade teacher at the poorly funded 'Abbott Elementary,' a fictional predominantly black school in Philadelphia. Furthermore, after the amazing reviews of the second season, the channel renewed for a third season of the mockumentary series earlier this year.


Golden Globes 2023: ABC's 'Abbott Elementary' bags award for Best Comedy Series

Golden Globes 2023: Quinta Brunson wins Best Actress in a Comedy Series for 'Abbott Elementary'

'They make me a better actor'

Quinta Brunson received the award alongside her costars, Brunson began by thanking the voters the industry peers for bestowing them with the honor. However, she made it a priority to acknowledge how much she cherishes and values her castmates.



"I know for me especially, this means a lot because being a part of this ensemble means the world to me," the actress, 33, said. "I, unfortunately, spend a lot of time on three sides of this, producer and creator. And it's when I get to be a part of this ensemble, it allows me to — that wasn't a humble brag, it's the worst. But when I get to be a part of this ensemble, these people bring me back down to earth. They make me a better actor."

This cast is a comedic force and a blessing to all of our TVs #SAGAwards pic.twitter.com/vtmFD0MKRb — SAG Awards® (@SAGawards) February 27, 2023




'You go Abbott Elementary'

The fans flooded social media with congratulatory comments and tweets. A fan said, "You go #AbbottElementary! Congratulations, great show!" A fan wrote, "THAT'S RIGHT," while another added, "deserved so hard." A fan tweeted, "AS IT SHOULD!," while another commented, "Whoo hoo!!" A fan shared, "OF COURSE they did." Lastly, a fan wrote, "Deserved. Season 2 is even better than 1."


deserved so hard....

— new year, new gus (@_THEB0YWONDER) February 27, 2023




— Pou Lover (@Ilovepou04) February 27, 2023


Whoo hoo!! 👏👏

— Steffi ミ☆ (She/Her)💙💙🦋 (@steffi21011) February 27, 2023



OF COURSE they did ❤️

— SweetCheriPie (@SoSpelmany) February 27, 2023


Deserved. Season 2 is even better than 1.

— DanyWasRight (@ValyrianNights) February 27, 2023




Regardless, Brunson and her 'Abbott Elementary' castmates won the award for outstanding ensemble in a comedy series over the casts of 'Barry' (HBO), 'The Bear' (FX), 'Hacks' (HBO), and 'Only Murders in the Building' (Hulu).

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