Atlanta Season 3: Release Date, Everything we know so far

Atlanta Season 3 Update: An American comedy-drama television series coordinated by Donald Glover, for the broadcasting network of FX. Upon going down as a critically acclaimed series including Golden Globe Awards and Emmy primetime awards in its claim to fame.

Its pilot premiered on September 6, 2016, and boasts of its position as the first awarded African-American. Inflating the franchise it has been renewed for a third and fourth installment, slated to arrive in 2021.

Here’s a run-down of the plotline


The series follows Earn during his daily life in Atlanta, Georgia, as he tries to redeem himself in the eyes of his ex-girlfriend, who is the mother of his daughter, as well as his parents and his cousin Alfred who raps under the stage name “Paper Boi”.

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Having dropped out of Princeton University, Earn is completely penniless and is derelict without any home. Consequently switching between staying with his parents and his girlfriend and once he realizes that his cousin is on the verge of stardom, he desperately seeks to reconnect to gain new heights in his life and the life of his daughter, Lottie.

What other information do we have about this upcoming season?

There has been a serious drought going on for nearly three years since the FX show put out a new season and almost two since it was expected to return. Much to the disappointment, it doesn’t peek from around the corner. But from the sounds of things, it seems like Atlanta Season 3 is gearing up to compensate for the delay.

Plot details are yet to be let on. But it’s likely the show will pick up right where it left off, with Earl and Al leaving for Europe for a tour.

Either way, creator Donald Glover gave his word that both seasons three and four will be worth the while. Pinning down on Twitter this November 2020, that read: “‘atlanta’ s3+s4 are going to be some of the best television ever made. sopranos only ones who can touch us.”

Atlanta Season 3: Release Date

Having been pulled the plug on twice in 2019 for the pandemic a new premiere date of early 2021 was then thought into. But for as far as the reports by IndieWire goes, Landgraf said in a September 2020 press conference that there was a delay in filming due to the health crisis and that its start might go down to early 2021.

Stay tuned in to follow the latest updates.

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