One of the things that has made the ABC comedy so great so far is that it’s really tried to cultivate a sense of realism; teachers may be able to relate to this world more than almost any school-set show out there. You’ll be able to see at least some of this on “Development Day,” which is going to air on September 21. This premiere will actually focus a lot on the teachers separate from the students, as they all try to prepare for the kids coming back. Let’s just say this is going to be a great way to catch up with everyone following the end of season 1.
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“Development Day” – The teachers are back at Willard R. Abbott Public School for development week, a time to prepare for the upcoming year before the students’ first day of school. Post-breakup, Janine is determined to start the year off right and leave her problems at home. With this new outlook, she takes on organizing the faculty mixer and announces a special celebrity surprise she planned for the kids’ first day. Meanwhile, Ava runs a side hustle out of the school parking lot and Gregory, now a full-time teacher, is in over his head with the curriculum when season two of “Abbott Elementary” premieres WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21 (9:00-9:31 p.m. EDT) on ABC. (TV-PG, DL) Watch episodes on demand and on Hulu the day following their premieres.
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