After many years and many delays, the third season of Donald Glover’s loved dramedy “Atlanta” is finally coming soon.
FX chief John Landgraf revealed the fresh season will debut in the “first half of 2022” during the virtual Television Critics Association press tour on Friday, four months after production began in Europe on Seasons 3 and 4 of “Atlanta.” No explicit date was given by Landgraf for the third season’s start beyond the “first half” of next year, though Landgraf did say that filming on Season 3 has unbiased lately been accomplished, when asked by TheWrap to narrow the premiere date window.
The pandemic and Glover’s busy working time table made production on the comedy particularly complicated to map out, as Seasons 3 and 4 had been had been intended to shoot back to back ever since the fourth-season pickup was announced in August 2019.
Earlier than the virus messed everything up, Landgraf predicted “Atlanta’s” third season would premiere in January 2021 and Season 4 in Fall 2021.
During a old virtual Q&A with reporters last September, Landgraf told TheWrap “it’s far the intent” for each Seasons 3 and 4 shot at once as planned, however the premiere dates have been “pushed back a diminutive bit.”
“Atlanta” stars Glover, Brian Tyree Henry, Lakeith Stanfield and Zazie Beetz and was created by Glover, who govt produces with Paul Simms, Dianne McGunigle, Stephen Glover and Hiro Murai. The advise hails from FX Productions.
This Season 3 premiere has been a longtime coming, as the second season of “Atlanta” aired its finale on FX in May 2018.
Over the course of the advise’s first two seasons, “Atlanta” was nominated for 22 Emmy Awards and won 5, including Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Sequence for Glover.
Earlier Friday, FX revealed these additional announcements in connection with its day at TCA: Ryan Murphy has dwelling two fresh restricted collection, “American Sports activities Story” and “American Love Story” at FX, and is developing “Studio 54” as the theme of the fourth season of “American Crime Story”; “AHS” spinoff collection “American Panic Stories” has been renewed for Season 2; and Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi’s “What We Carry out in the Shadows” comedy has purchased an early Season 4 renewal and released the trailer for its upcoming third season.
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