The full trailer for Atlanta season 4, which premieres September 15 on FX, offers an extended preview of the series’ departure.
The full trailer for Atlanta Season 4 previews the show’s grounded farewell. After a long absence due to COVID-19 delays and other factors, Atlanta Season 3 premiered earlier this year. Although the third part was praised and landed on several best-of lists, some viewers and critics argued that the show spent too much time away from the four core characters to tell largely standalone stories about racism and whiteness in America. Many of these standalone episodes were hilarious and harrowing, often at the same time, but many agreed they would have liked to see more from Earn, Paper Boi, Vanessa, and Darius.
After short Atlanta Season 4 Teaser, the full trailer has now been unveiled by FX Networks. The two-minute clip focuses entirely on the main stars of the comedy. But there it is Atlanta, The initially straightforward trailer includes a few moments of Darius screaming, Vanessa walking down a dark hallway, and Earn apparently climbing out of a closet. See for yourself below.
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Set to make its two-episode FX debut on Thursday, September 15, according to the logline for Atlanta Season 4 promises to follow Earn, Paper Boi, Vanessa and Darius back to the series’ titular setting. But that leads to the question – has the city of Atlanta changed or have they? Glover, who created the FX hit alongside his starring role, promised Atlanta Season 4 would conclude the series on a grounded note. Speaking at Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour, per TV lineGlover stated that the last ten episodes “explores people more than ever, [because] We live in a time where we don’t agree with people when in doubt.”
This is good news for fans who have been hoping to spend more time with the main stars they have come to love. And for those who appreciated the more anthological approach and how he tackled issues of reparations and privilege, Glover may come back Atlanta in a different format across the board. For now, the focus seems to be getting the show back to what made it a success.
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Source: FX Networks, TVLine
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