Quinta Brunson signs a deal with Warner Bros.

Quinta Brunson, creator and star of the popular comedy series Abbott Elementary, will continue to work for Warner Bros. Television as he signs a new global agreement.

Brunson has also worked on shows such as Big Mouth and Quinta vs. Everything, as well as a previous role with Buzzfeed Motion Pictures.

According to Deadline, Brunson was nominated for three Emmys — Outstanding Comedy Series, Lead Actress, and Writing — as Abbott Elementary became the only network show to land a nomination in the Outstanding Comedy or Drama Series categories and won a total of seven nominations.

Additionally, the school comedy received a rare 22-episode full-season order for its upcoming second season.

The exclusive, multi-year deal makes Warner Bros.’ studio Brunson. TV home for any new TV project. She will continue to serve as executive producer, writer and star of the show.

He returns on September 21.

Brunson has worked with Warner Bros. TV since 2018.

Brunson said, “I’m thrilled to extend my longstanding creative partnership with Warner Bros. With Abbott as my anchor, I look forward to what we create next.”

Chairman of Warner Bros. Television Group, Channing Dungey, added: “Quinta Brunson is a tour de force and a powerful talent, and we are more than delighted to continue our partnership with her in this new global agreement. What Quinta and its Abbott Elementary team have achieved in season one is nothing short of extraordinary. We can’t wait for season two and explore many future projects with it in the years to come.

She added, “I’m so grateful to have Quinta as part of our WBTV family, and I look forward to many more years of fruitful collaboration,” as reprinted by Deadline.

Del Shaw Moonves Tanaka Finkelstein Lezcano Bobb & Dang, CAA, and Authentic Talent & Literary Management are all companies that represent Brunson.

(With ANI entries)

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