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Atlanta Season 3 Episodes: Cast, Episodes Watch And Many More!


David Mudd

After years of anticipation, Atlanta will finally return for a third season on Fox in 2018. Last but not least, the world of premium television is beginning to feel a little more complete.

When Atlanta launched on FX in the fall of 2016, it was almost immediately apparent that this was a unique and distinctive comedy.

The series, created by Donald and Stephen Glover, expertly mixed slapstick comedy, dream logic, and abject horror to portray their unique perspective on the African-American experience. Years later, it continues to be one of the most interesting, insightful, and experimental shows currently airing on television. Are you curious as to when new episodes will be released? The following is the debut date for Atlanta Season 3.

Atlanta Season 3: No of Episodes

Originally, it was stated that there would be eight episodes in each of Seasons 3 and 4, which would be the final season of this comedy series. However, it was revealed in January 2020 that Season 3 would be expanded to include a total of 10 episodes. Thank you, God. More Atlanta is usually a positive development.

Atlanta Season 3 Episodes

On Thursdays at 10/9c p.m., new episodes of Atlanta Season 3 will premiere on FX. The first two episodes of the comedy will be released in its first week, after which it will be released on a weekly basis. Following the launch of new episodes on FX, they will be available on Hulu on Fridays.

Are you looking for a more detailed breakdown of the timetable? We have your back, no matter what. According to the schedule below, new episodes of Atlanta will broadcast on FX on the following dates, assuming there are no delays or off-weeks:

  • Episode 1, “Three Slaps”: Thursday, March 24
  • Episode 2, “Sinterklaas Is Coming to Town”: Thursday, March 24
  • Episode 3, “The Old Man and the Tree”: Thursday, March 31
  • Episode 4, “The Big Payback”: Thursday, April 7
  • Episode 5, “Cancer Attack”: Thursday, April 14
  • Episode 6, “White Fashion”: Thursday, April 21
  • Episode 7, “Trini 2 De Bone”: Thursday, April 28
  • Episode 8: Thursday, May 5
  • Episode 9: Thursday, May 12
  • Episode 10: Thursday, May 19

How To Watch Atlanta Series

A cable subscription or a live TV skinny bundle are required in order to see this award-winning show in its original broadcast format. Any of those alternatives is accompanied by FX. If you have cable, all you have to do is make sure your television is tuned to FX before Thursday at 10 p.m. ET, and you’ll be fine. You may even log in with your cable username and password to watch new episodes of your favourite shows live from wherever you are.

But what about those thin packets of live television? The FX network is available on Sling TV, YouTube TV, and Hulu + Live TV, which means you can watch Atlanta Season 3 on any of those services.

This season will also be the first in which the show will be available to view on Hulu. For those who are complete cord cutters, this implies you are still protected. There are four different Hulu options available right now. The most basic ad-supported plan will set you back $6.99 per month or $69.99 a year, depending on your needs.

Atlanta Season 3 Episodes

Do you prefer a service that is free of advertisements? This will cost you $12.99 a month in subscription fees. If you prefer a live TV experience, ad-supported Hulu + Live TV costs $69.99 a month, and the ad-free option costs $75.99 a month.

Atlanta Season Cast

Earn (Donald Glover), a struggling Princeton dropout who takes on the role of music manager for his cousin, is the central character of the FX comedy. Community, Solo: A Star Wars Story, and Glover’s stage moniker, Childish Gambino are all well-known, as is his work on the show Community.

If Beale Street Could Talk, Brian Tyree Henry (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, If Beale Street Could Talk) portrays Earn’s nephew Alfred “Paper Boi,” an up-and-coming rapper who struggles with his newfound stardom on an almost daily basis.

The cast is completed by LaKeith Stanfield’s dreamy Darius, who serves as Alfred’s righthand man, and Zac Beetz’s Van, Earn’s on-again, off-again girlfriend who provides some stability to the group. Stanfield is most recognised for his roles in the films Dope, Get Out, Sorry to Bother You, and Judas and the Black Messiah, among other projects. And you’re probably familiar with Beetz from her roles in Deadpool 2, Joker, and Amazon’s Invincible series.

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