‘Atlanta’ Season 2 Confirmed by FX
A first season of an American comedy-drama series “Atlanta” kicked off on September 6, 2016 at 10|9c on FX, and its debut has garnered over one million viewers, as well as has been praised by critics and has gained universal acclaim among the viewers. Without any doubt most of them strive to figure out whether or not we expect “Atlanta” Season 2 on FX, and when will its release date? Fortunately, on September 20, 2016, it was announced that FX has picked up “Atlanta” for a 10-episode second season. There has been no official announcement of the release date hitherto. But you can scroll down, to subscribe for our notifications, or get acquainted with the additional info on the subject.
It’s worth noting that the comedy-drama series has received indeed a brilliant reception by critics and viewers. Besides the series illustrates pretty strong television ratings. Currently, according to IMDB, “Atlanta” has a score of 8.8 out of 10 based on over 2,600 user votes, 10 reviews from viewers and 10 reviews from critics. At the same time, according to Rotten Tomatoes, the comedy-drama series has an average score of 8.9 out of 10 and a 100% approval rating based on 54 reviews from critics, while the viewers have rated the dramedy at 4.4 out of 10 with a 87% approval rating based on over 385 user votes. Meanwhile, according to Metacritic, “Atlanta” has a score of 90 out of 100 based on 36 reviews from critics, whereas the viewers have rated the comedy-drama series at 9.0 out of 10 based on over 100 user ratings. The premiere of Season 1 has drawn 1.084 million viewers with a 0.53 demo rating among adults (18-49).
So, Matt Webb Mitovich in his article for TVLine regards “Atlanta” rather a drama, and he prefers to differ it from “Empire.” “‘Atlanta’ is a sometimes-quiet, contemplative series, never manufacturing spectacle or over-the-top drama in order to propel its narrative,” he notes. Meanwhile, Allison Keene (Collider) writes that she treated the comedy-drama series with prejudice, given the fact that “Atlanta” such a wide term, in order to regard it as the title for the TV show. “But after watching the first few episodes,” she continues, “I’ve been won over. ‘Atlanta‘ is Atlanta — not all of it, but enough that it feels honest, intimate, and sincere,”… “but it’s also town that’s often underrated, and that scrappy spirit dominates this show,” she concludes. Finally, we want quote Tim Goodman (THR), who wrote that “Atlanta” is “the series is wholly original in that it’s an existential young black comedy about surviving the day — without explicitly trying to be representative of any of those things.”
“Atlanta” centers around two cousins who are eager to the Atlanta music scene in order to improve their lives. The TV series is created by Donald Glover, who also serves as executive producer along with Dianne McGunigle and Paul Simms
Season 2 Release Date
“Atlanta” Season 1 debuted on September 6, 2016 on FX, and its debut drew 1.08 million viewers, as well as has been praised by critics and viewers. Relying on such a successful launch of the series, FX has picked up “Atlanta” for a second season. FX has yet to announce a specific release date for Season 2. Fortunately, thanks to our notification system, we’re able to notify you about the further updates of the comedy-drama series, as well as about the “Atlanta” Season 2 release date. Don’t miss the premiere! Join our list of subscribers using the form below, and we’ll deliver a notification on the release date directly to your inbox.
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