Sheryl Lee Ralph celebrates her Emmy win for 'Abbott...

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Sheryl Lee Ralph sings her ‘dream’ Emmys speech for...

Ralph made history Monday as the second ever black woman to win this category after Jackee Harry’s win for NBC’s “227” in 1987.

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From 'Dreamgirls' to 'Abbott Elementary,' Sheryl Lee Ralph...

Ralph is up for an Emmy for her role as a no-nonsense kindergarten teacher on Abbott Elementary. She says classroom management is about "letting [kids] know that boundaries are there for a reason."

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ABC releases trailer for Abbott Elementary’s second season

Here's a look at season 2 ahead of the show's potential big Emmy wins

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'Abbott Elementary': The Teachers Face New Challenges in...

Janine, Gregory, and more are back to work for a new year at the Philly-based school.

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Philly native wins Emmy for ‘Abbott Elementary’

Quinta Brunson and her co-star Sherry Lee Ralph were early winners during Monday's awards show, thanks to their work on "Abbott Elementary" which takes place in Philadelphia public schools.

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‘Abbott Elementary’ Star Sheryl Lee Ralph Wins Best...

“Endangered Species” by Dianne Reeves–as she accepted the trophy for best supporting actress in a comedy series. The actress plays kindergarten teacher Barbara Howard in the ABC mockumentary about a Philadelphia elementary school. It was the first win for “Abbott Elementary,” which is also up for b

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‘Squid Game,’ ‘Abbott Elementary’ win big at...

Kenan Thompson provided a sure, guiding, self-deprecating hand for a night of historic wins.  

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Abbott Elementary Is Back in Session on September 21

New year, same delightful school faculty.

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