‘Abbott Elementary’: Lana Condor, Keegan-Michael Key, Cree Summer & More To Appear In Already Star-Studded Season 3

EXCLUSIVE: There will be quite a few familiar faces roaming the halls of Willard R. Abbott Elementary in the coming weeks.

After a surprise cameo from 2024 Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper during Sunday’s special episode of Abbott Elementary, ABC is keeping up the momentum.

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Lana Condor, Keegan-Michael Key, Cree Summer, Tatyana Ali and Karan Soni will all be guest stars/recurring guest stars in various upcoming Season 3 episodes.

No details yet on how each of these actors will come into contact with the teachers at Abbott.

Audiences won’t have to wait much longer for them to start rolling through, though. Summer is set to appear in her first episode on Wednesday. Here’s the logline for that one:

Janine spearheads a pilot program that brings a librarian to Abbott; however, when friction arises with one of the teachers, it strains Janine’s relationships with both parties. Meanwhile, both Melissa and Jacob deal with some big changes at home.

Season 3 kicked off in February on a high note with guest appearances from Philadelphia Eagles players Jalen Hurts, Brandon Graham, and Jason Kelce.

The series has also previously had guest appearances from Taraji P. Henson, Ayo Edebiri, Vince Staples and Leslie Odom Jr.

Abbott Elementary takes place in a predominantly Black Philadelphia public school. Quinta Brunson, who created the series, plays Janine Teagues, an optimistic second-grade teacher who makes it her mission to help enrich her students’ lives while also managing her own personal life.

Tyler James Williams, Janelle James, Lisa Ann Walter, Chris Perfetti, William Stanford Davis and Sheryl Lee Ralph also star.

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