Atlanta, the series, which premiered in the fall of 2016 and returned with 11 new episodes in March 2018, has only grown in popularity during its lengthy hiatus, and fans are eager to learn when they will be able to see more adventures involving Alfred, Earn, his on-again, off-again girlfriend Van (Zazie Beetz), and their friend Darius (played by the Oscar-nominated LaKeith Stanfield)? It was previously speculated that Glover’s rising public profile, which includes his Grammy-winning music career as Childish Gambino, roles in Disney franchises, and major TV production deals, was a contributing factor in the delay. However, there is much more Atlanta in the works, and here’s what we know about the show’s second and third seasons so far:
When will Atlanta Season 3 be released?
We’ve finally figured out when we can expect to see more of Earn and Paper Boi’s misadventures on the screen. Season 3 of FX will premiere on March 24, 2022, according to the network. After four(!) long years, the show is returning to our screens, so get excited and mark your calendars for Thursdays this spring, when the show will air once a week on the network. (It will also be available on Hulu as a streaming service.)
While we’re grateful to be getting any Atlanta at all after such a long hiatus, there’s even more Atlanta to look forward to in the near future. John Landgraf, chairman of FX Networks and FX Productions, stated during a press tour organized by the Television Critics Association in August 2021 that Season 4 has already been written and will be in production throughout the summer of 2021. Despite the fact that nothing has been confirmed, we will cross our fingers that it will premiere on FX in late 2022 or early 2023.
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Is there a trailer for Atlanta Season 3?
The release of a teaser trailer coincided with the announcement of the film’s premiere date, which was set for late December 2021. With the preview showing Paper Boi and his crew traveling (and partying) across Europe on his first-ever tour, the season appears to be bigger and better than ever. We get to see the entire gang in France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom as they engage in a great deal of debauchery while still feeling like complete outsiders in their respective countries. As is customary in Atlanta, biting sarcasm and surrealist imagery is to be expected, as it appears that Paper Boi is on some sort of press junket to promote his “ending racism by 2024.” campaign. Fasten your seatbelts and brace yourself for what appears to be a wild European adventure.
How many episodes will there be in Atlanta Season 3?
In the beginning, Season 3 and Season 4 (which has already been confirmed) were both guaranteed eight episodes, but (thank goodness) that number was increased once the writers returned to the writer’s room and fleshed out the details. According to Deadline, Season 3 will consist of ten episodes, while Season 4 will consist of eight episodes. The number of episodes is in line with what the series has traditionally offered, with Season 1 having 10 episodes and Season 2 having 11. We’ll take whatever we can get our hands-on.
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Who in the cast is returning for Atlanta Season 3?
Almost everyone from the original cast will return for a second season. The show wouldn’t be the same without Donald Glover in the role of Earn, Brian Tyree Henry in the role of Paper Boi, LaKeith Stanfield in the role of Darius, and Zazie Beetz in the role of Van. It would also be appropriate to see more of RJ Walker, who portrays Clark County, a rising rapper who was about to embark on a tour with Paper Boi at the conclusion of Season 2. It’s possible that Matthew Barnes, who plays Lucas, the manager of Clark County who is vying to sign Paper Boi, will return as well.
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