Nearly three and a half years have passed since the second season of Atlanta in Our Country, produced and starring Donald Glover. Sinterklaas is Coming to Town.
Since then, little has been known about the progress of its third batch of chapters, except that its development was greatly delayed due to the coronavirus. For this reason, the FX series has become one of the most anticipated by viewers and Glover looks to make up for the wait by surprisingly launching a cryptic preview of what’s coming in 2022.
The Atlanta team is already preparing its fourth season. After a long delay they decided to write and record the two batches together to avoid so many breaks between the premiere of one and the other. One will be in Atlanta and the other will take place in Europe. For now, we’ll have to wait to find out more details about this beloved and long-awaited production.
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Atlanta tv show season 3 Release Date
Hulu has finally announced the premiere date for Atlanta Season 3. The comedy-drama series created by Donald Glover ended filming in August, but we haven’t got any more information yet.
It will be on March 24, 2022 when the series arrives on Hulu, yet it is not known when (or on which platform) it will arrive in Spain.
FX’s John Landgraf also said in August that the third season was in a lengthy post-production process and that a fourth season is already underway, with all the scripts already written.
Atlanta | Visitors – Season 3 Teaser
Two cousins work through the Atlanta music scene in order to better their lives and the lives of their families. Donald Glover serves as Executive Producer, along with Paul Simms, Dianne McGunigle and Stephen Glover. Atlanta is produced by FX Productions.
Atlanta season 3 Cast
- Donald Glover as Earnest
- Brian Tyree Henry as Alfred
- LaKeith Stanfield as Darius Epps
- Zazie Beetz as Vanessa
- Isiah Whitlock Jr. as Raleigh Marks
- Myra Lucretia Taylor as Gloria Marks
- Harold House Moore as Swiff
- Griffin Freeman as Dave
- Brandon Hirsch as Devyonne Johnson
- Emmett Hunter as Ahmad White
- Cranston Johnson as Deshawn
- Lucius Baston as Chris
- Alano Miller as Franklin Montague
- Niles Stewart as Antoine Smalls
- Freddie Kuguru as Zan
- Khris Davis as Tracy
- RJ Walker as Clark County
- Matthew Barnes as Lucas
- Katt Williams as Willie
- Robert Powell as Bibby
- Derrick J. Haywood as Benny Hope
- Kevin Waterman as Florida Man
- Michael Vick as himself
- Jerusha Cavazos as Violet
- Tim Johnson as Prescott
As a result, it’s a grand season that doesn’t go for the same laughs or easy character moments that the first two seasons deliver. It’s not Atlanta goes dark, but it is Atlanta at its most ambitious, playing to its strengths rather than its audience’s expectations.