Twitter users are cackling over a viral snippet of the new ABC sitcom, “Abbott Elementary,” many calling it the black version of “The Office.” Created by Quinta Brunson, the series took the television industry by storm with its Dec. 7 premiere.
Abbott Elementary revolves around dedicated and passionate educators in the Philadelphia public school system. Although they face challenges and struggles, the teachers are determined to provide the best tools to help their students succeed. The cast consists of Quinta Brunson, Tyler James Williams, Lisa Ann Walter, Sheryl Lee Ralph, and more familiar faces.
A snippet of the second episode of the show appeared on Twitter, and users agree that Abbott Elementary will get their view! One user said, “This show is hilarious. Y’all will get it the first time.” Another user quoted the tweet and said, “So Abbott Elementary is the black version of The Office? I’m sold.”
As fans and social media users rave about the show, ratings for the second episode reached a season-high, with many more successful episodes to follow. Fans believe Abbott Elementary has them in a ‘chokehold’.
“I, too, think everybody should go watch Abbott Elementary now streaming on Hulu, new episodes on ABC every Tuesday at 9 PM est,”— @itsnotjess123.