The fourth and final season of FX’s “Atlanta” has set a premiere date for September, with episodes streaming on Hulu the following day after air.
Starring series creator Donald Glover, Brian Tyree Henry, LaKeith Stanfield and Zazie Beetz, the forthcoming season finds Earn, Alfred, Darius and Van back in their hometown of Atlanta after their Season 3 journey across Europe, with the overarching theme of the new season pondering whether the city has changed or if they have.
The teaser highlights many references from the show’s 31-episode run to date, including the invisible car from Season 1 episode “The Club” and an appearance from fan-favorite side character Zan, played by Freddie Kuguru. The third season featured the main cast traveling throughout Europe in just more than half of its ten episodes with the other episodes shifting back to Atlanta, containing anthology stories focused on new characters.
Glover executive produces “Atlanta” alongside brother and series writer Stephen Glover, show director Hiro Murai, writer Stefani Robinson, Paul Simms and Dianne McGunigle. The show is produced by FX Productions.
Check out the full teaser below.
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Fox Entertainment’s Tubi streaming service has added the Gordon Ramsay FAST Channel to its lineup of channels. The Ramsay-focused channel currently features episodes of “Hell’s Kitchen,” “Kitchen Nightmares,” “MasterChef” and “MasterChef Junior,” with series like “Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares,” “Ramsay’s Best Restaurant,” “Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Cookery Course,” “Gordon’s Great Escape,” “The F Word” and “Ramsay In 10” slated to join the channel’s lineup in September. Ramsay’s TV resume is exhaustive on a global scale, hosting and executive producing many of the aforementioned shows, and his Studio Ramsay Global production company was launched last year in partnership with Fox Entertainment.
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