Atlanta

2016 • FX
4.7
2.04K reviews
TV-MA
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Season 1 episodes (11)

1 The Big Bang
9/6/16
Paper Boi? Who the hell is that? I swear everybody want to be a rapper now-a-days smh. Song is bumpin tho.
2 Streets On Lock
9/6/16
See every rapper think he a thug, well you do the crime, you do the time. Dont drop the soap haha. Free my uncle Jay!
3 Go for Broke
9/13/16
This man Earn broke as hell. How you gone go out on a date with no money? Umm mhmm these Atlanta dudes trifling. But Ok, Paper Boi might really be about that life tho.
4 The Streisand Effect
9/20/16
Paper Boi is tripping about this blog stuff but it's just Twitter bruh. It's just entertainment. Somebody needs to get Earn some money. Skreetmoney Worldwide man.
5 Nobody Beats the Biebs
9/27/16
Ayyye, okay! We got celebs in the building balling for the kids. I love me some Justin Bieber. Man, Paper Boi stay hating tho haha.
6 Value
10/4/16
I love my bestie for real but I can't stand her neither. Van just jealous cause her girl out here jet settin and poppin. Ok girl get yours.
7 B.A.N.
10/11/16
Montague; Special guest Paper Boi and Dr. Deborah Holt.
8 The Club
10/18/16
Baller Alert! NFL players, not to mention Jeff Miles and the bottle boys at Primal tonight. Paper Boi gonna be in this thang too. Liiiiiiiittttttttt. I got pre sale bands.
9 Juneteenth
10/25/16
Why my Auntie trying to make me go to one of these bougie Junteenth parties again? I don't like them sadity people and I'm gonna miss my shows. Le sigh.
10 The Jacket
11/1/16
Yo last night was 10 crazy. I bout lost my mind, Quita lost her phone, and this fool Earn lost his jacket smh. Who cares tho (laugh-crying emoji).
101 Sneak Peek
8/21/16
Get a sneak peek at the upcoming premiere season of Atlanta.

About this show

A single camera comedy that revolves around two cousins on their way up through the Atlanta rap scene whose opposing views on art versus commerce, success and race will make their quest anything but easy. Earnest ‘Earn’ Marks,” a college drop-out, reconnects with his long-buried ambition and sets out to seize the life he imagined for himself when his estranged cousin becomes a sudden star.
4.7
2.04K reviews
Psych Ward (Psych Ward)
May 14, 2018
As an Atlanta native and someone who lives here and has for all of my life, this show depicts the city very accurately. The show touches on real life issues that normal entertainment is too afraid to do. Rather than trying to take us away from the problems we face as a nation Glover addresses these types of issues in the form of surreal and dark humor.
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No U
September 11, 2016
If you're expecting a Troy Barnes-community vibe then you are truly not a fan of Donald Glover. He's not the silly man-child we all loved. He has, for a while now, been slowly changing. Taking a more serious approach in the content he puts out. If you have been following him after leaving community, Childish Gambino or interviews, this should be no surprise. I am very confident that you will LOVE this show if your image of him is more than just community. I had to get that out of the way, so you know upfront. This show is a drama/comedy, but most of all REAL! I love how unique it is. It shows the struggles people go through behind the scenes. Daily life in real time. It throws in real life social problems. The kind everyone looks away at or don't speak publicly about. It doesn't poof you away to the scenes for the sake of moving the story along. The characters are the story. Not every scene is filled with this amazing or devastating event. Don't get me wrong I think the show is hilarious. it's the little things in life that can make or break your day. This show captures that in a good way.
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Mylz Jamison
December 4, 2016
Don't attempt to watch this knowing who childish Gambino is watch this as if Donald Glover is just a name...The show is very Interesting and I often find myself in to the show way more than I thought I'd expect. It takes you through the process of being a black person and the showcases many of the day to day environments we face, from how we talk what we see and adversities we face. It's definitely worth a watch not goin to be for everyone. The dark comedic undertone is what makes this show what it is, real
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