Atlanta’ Renewed for Season 4 On FX Ahead Of Season 3, Both to Film in 2020

‘Atlanta’ has been renewed by FX for a fourth season — and the third season hasn’t even started production yet!

via Shadow and Act:

The news was announced by FX on Tuesday. Joining the previously-announced Season 4, Season 3 of the Donald Glover series will also have eight episodes. Both will be shot in Spring 2020, presumably capitalizing on the schedule availability of its stars.

“What more can be said about Atlanta than the critical acclaim and accolades that Donald, Paul, Dianne, Stephen and Hiro have earned for two exceptional seasons of what is clearly one of the best shows on television,” said Eric Schrier, President, FX Entertainment in a statement received by Shadow And Act. “This group of collaborators and cast have created one of the most original, innovative stories of this generation and we are proud to be their partners.” 

In Atlanta, two cousins work through the Atlanta music scene in order to better their lives and the lives of their families.  Glover portrays Earn Marks, a young manager trying to get his cousin’s career off the ground. Brian Tyree Henry is Alfred “Al” Miles, aka Paper Boi, is a new hot rapper trying to understand the line between real life and street life. Lakeith Stanfield is Darius, Alfred’s right-hand man and visionary and Zazie Beetz is Van, is Earn’s best friend and the mother of Earn’s daughter. 

So ready for this !

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‘Atlanta’ Season 3 Has Been Delayed

Donald Glover has been making so many moves out in these streets.

He’s been doing SO much that FX just announced the upcoming third season of ‘Atlanta’ has been delayed.

via THR:

FX chief John Landgraf revealed at the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Monday morning that the Donald Glover series is behind schedule.

When the network renewed Atlanta for a third season last June, it was expected to return in 2019 — but it’s become clear that’s no longer possible.

“I don’t know whether we’ll have Atlanta or not. The writers are back working right now, thank God,” said Landgraf, before PR boss John Solberg confirmed that “it won’t be for this Emmy cycle.” Joked Landgraf to the reporters in the Langham Hotel ballroom: “If you wanna see me cry, you can just come backstage.”

With Atlanta out of Emmy contention this year, it clears a path for other strong contenders including Barry, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and the final season of Veep. The Georgia-based series, which Glover has described as a passion project of his, has previously won FX two Emmys, two Golden Globes and a Peabody Award, on top of being a steady performer for the network.

“As you might imagine, Donald Glover is sort of the king of all media, and he just has had an incredibly complicated life. He’s had personal things he’s had to deal with, from injuries to other things I’d rather not say publicly that just have to do not with his personal life but his extended family,” Landgraf further explained of the delay. “So I think one of the things that is just a reality of television today is you have to wait. We have so many things now that don’t cycle back on a regular basis. … From my standpoint, I wish for the fans as well as for us that we could get everything back on an annual basis but, again, you just have to make a decision about quantity over quality at a certain point — and we’re just erring on the side of quality.”