The "Abbott Elementary" Cast Reunite at the Golden Globes
Quinta Brunson, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Chris Perfetti, Lisa Ann Walter, Tyler James Williams, and Janelle James were class acts at this year's Golden Globe Awards. The beloved "Abbott Elementary" stars reunited at the Los Angeles ceremony on Tuesday night, looking as glamorous as ever outside of their usual school setting. Brunson dazzled in a black-and-pink ruffled gown, while Ralph — who brought her 28-year-old daughter, Ivy Maurice, as her date — shone bright in a custom Aliétte dress. Meanwhile, Williams sported a blue striped blazer and matching pants, Perfetti looked dapper in an all-black ensemble, Walter was a vision in blue, and James wore a gorgeous navy blue, form-fitting dress with a floor-length cape.
In its first year at the Golden Globe Awards, "Abbott Elementary" was up for five awards. It ended up winning three: best television series, musical or comedy and Williams and Brunson both took home best actor awards.
The show and its cast won big at the 2022 Emmy Awards when Brunson made history as the third Black writer and second Black woman writer to win outstanding writing for a comedy series. Elsewhere, Ralph had her own historic moment — one of the best of the night — when she delivered an epic speech for taking home the award for best supporting actress in a comedy series, the second Black woman to ever do so. With more than half of its core ensemble nominated in best actor and best supporting actor categories, it seems "Abbott Elementary" is looking to have another strong award show season.
"Abbott Elementary" is in the midst of its second season, which returned from its winter break on Jan. 4. And judging by audiences' reactions to its hilarious sophomore run on ABC, it's clear the sitcom will be another big hit this year.
See more of the cast's night at the Golden Globes ahead.