Atlanta Season 4 Episode 3
It has been close to four years, but finally, the highly regarded comedy-drama created by Donald Glover is returning with its fourth and final season.
The show itself follows Earn as he goes about his daily life in Atlanta, Georgia, attempting to win back the favour of his ex-girlfriend Van, who is also the mother of his daughter Lottie. Earn’s daughter Lottie is also the protagonist of the show. Oh, and his cousin Alfred, who raps professionally as “Paper Boi,” is also involved in the family business.
In the third season, Atlanta takes a trip to Europe, and when it returns to its regular schedule, there is an intriguing question hanging over it. Have our characters evolved, or has it just been Atlanta itself?
If you’ve been following the events of the show Atlanta, you probably want to know when the next episode will be available to watch.
The information you need to know about Atlanta Season 4 Episode 3, including when it will be released, what time it will air, and where you can find it to watch, is provided below.
Where can I get the show Atlanta to watch?
For viewers in the United States, new episodes of Atlanta will be made available exclusively on FX; however, you can anticipate that the exact same episodes will become available on Hulu a few days later. Unfortunately, there is not yet a release date for those in the United Kingdom and other international locations. However, given that the first three seasons are currently available on Disney Plus, it is probable that it will be added there at some point in the near future.
Date of Release for the Atlanta Third Episode of Season 4
The third episode of Season 4 of Atlanta will premiere on FX on Thursday, September 22 at roughly 10 o’clock at night (ET/PT).
The episode will be approximately thirty-three minutes long and will be titled “Born 2 Die.”
How many episodes will there be in the fourth season of Atlanta?
The fourth season of Atlanta will consist of eight episodes. Following the first two episodes, we will now return to the regularly scheduled structure of one chapter every week. After the release of this instalment, there will be a total of five more episodes for us to watch.
Is There a Teaser for Season 4 of the Show Atlanta?
Absolutely, there is! A promo for the fourth season of Atlanta can be found down below:
Atlanta (TV series)
Atlanta is a comedy-drama television series that was initially shown on FX in the United States on September 6, 2016, and was developed by Donald Glover. Examining racism, whiteness, existentialism, and contemporary African-American culture through the lens of Afro-surrealism, the series follows college dropout and music manager Earnest “Earn” Marks (Glover) and rapper Paper Boi (Brian Tyree Henry) as they navigate a strange, seemingly otherworldly version of the Atlanta rap scene. It also stars Lakeith Stanfield and Zazie Beetz.
Glover won two Golden Globe Awards and two Primetime Emmy Awards for his performances in Atlanta. The Golden Globe Awards were given for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy and Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy, respectively. The Primetime Emmy Awards were given for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series. Atlanta has received a lot of praise from the media and has been nominated for a lot of awards. In addition to receiving plaudits for his work as a writer and executive producer for the series, Donald Glover made history when he became the first African-American to win an Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series. This award was given to Glover.
The television show has been given the go light for a third and a fourth season. The first episode of the third season was broadcast on March 24, 2022, and the first episode of the fourth and final season was broadcast on September 15, 2022.
The series follows Earn (Donald Glover) throughout his daily life in Atlanta, Georgia, as he tries to redeem himself in the eyes of his ex-girlfriend Van (Zazie Beetz), who is also the mother of his daughter Lottie; as well as in the eyes of his parents and his cousin Alfred (Brian Tyree Henry), who raps under the stage name “Paper Boi.” As a result of Earn’s decision to withdraw from Princeton University, he is currently without a source of income or a place to call his own, and as a result, he splits his time between living with his parents and his ex-girlfriend. As soon as he finds out that his cousin is on the edge of stardom, he makes it his mission to get back in touch with him in the hopes of enhancing not only his own life but also the life of his daughter.
Although there is an overarching story that depicts Earn and Paper Boi’s struggles as the latter ascends through the hip hop scene, the series has been noted for its lack of emphasis on multi-episode story arcs. Instead, the series uses a somewhat surrealistic style of episodic storytelling that Glover has likened to short stories, as have some critics.
Cast and characters
- Donald Glover as Earnest “Earn” Marks, a Princeton dropout turned manager trying to get his cousin Paper Boi’s rap career off the ground. Earn is cynical and highly intelligent, yet often makes reckless decisions. He struggles with frequent homelessness and poverty throughout the show.
- Brian Tyree Henry as Alfred “Paper Boi” Miles, Earn’s cousin, an up-and-coming rapper from a low-income community, who exhibits signs of depression and moral dilemma while navigating his newfound fame as “Paper Boi”.
- Lakeith Stanfield as Darius, Alfred’s eccentric right-hand man and visionary. He is a first-generation Nigerian-American, and gun enthusiast. He moved from Rivers State to America as a child, and is ethnically Ijaw. Darius is fond of conspiracy theories.
- Zazie Beetz as Vanessa “Van” Keefer, Earn’s on-again-off-again girlfriend and the mother of their daughter Lottie. Van is a former grade school science teacher. She is a biracial Afro-German woman from Helen, Georgia, and fluent in German.
Guest and Recurring roles
- Introduced in season 1
- Isiah Whitlock Jr. as Raleigh Marks, Earn’s father and Alfred’s uncle.
- Myra Lucretia Taylor as Gloria Marks, Earn’s mother and Alfred’s aunt. Also appears in the Robbin’ Season episode “FUBU”.
- Harold House Moore as Swiff, a co-worker and friend of Earn’s.
- Griffin Freeman as Dave, an acquaintance of Earn’s who works at a prominent radio station and the significant other of Van’s childhood friend Christina. Also appears in the Robbin’ Season episode “Helen”.
- Brandon Hirsch as Devyonne Johnson, a famous actor who resides in the Atlanta area. Also appears in the Robbin’ Season episode “Champagne Papi”.
- Emmett Hunter as Ahmad White, a mysterious, off-kilter being who appears to Earn and airs strange advertisements on television. He appears to dress like a member of the Nation of Islam.
- Jane Adams as Janice, a publicist who mistakes Earn for a colleague
- Lloyd as himself, a participant in a charity basketball game with Alfred, Jaleel White and Justin Bieber.
- Jaleel White as himself, a participant in a charity basketball game with Alfred, Lloyd and Justin Bieber.
- Cranston Johnson as Deshawn, Alfred’s friend and confidante.
- Lucius Baston as Chris, a shady club promoter who tries to swindle Earn and Alfred.
- Alano Miller as Franklin Montague, a pretentious talk-show host who dislikes Alfred.
- Niles Stewart as Antoine Smalls, a young Black man who identifies as a 35-year-old white man named Harrison Booth.
- Freddie Kuguru as Zan, an obnoxious internet personality who antagonizes Alfred.
- Austin Crute as a fictionalized Black version of Justin Bieber, who is portrayed as an obnoxious and extremely popular teen pop star.
- Offset, Quavo, and Takeoff as the Migos, Alfred’s drug suppliers.
- Introduced in season 2
- Khris Davis as Tracy, Alfred’s recently paroled friend who is currently staying on their couch. He and Earn often clash. Tracy beats Earn in a fight leaving the latter bruised and in a daze in “North of the Border”.
- RJ Walker as Clark County, an egotistical, commercialized rapper that Alfred befriends. Darius and Earn view him as an industry plant. Some fans and critics believe him to be based on Chance the Rapper, a frequent collaborator of Glover’s.
- Matthew Barnes as Lucas, Clark’s well-connected manager.
- Katt Williams as Willie, Alfred and Earn’s uncle who has a run-in with the cops. He owns an alligator named Coach, which is the reason for his nickname, “Alligator Man”.
- Robert Powell III as Bibby, Alfred’s flakey barber.
- Derrick J. Haywood as Benny Hope, a reclusive pianist who Darius attempts to buy a piano from. His brother, Teddy Perkins, was the main antagonist of his titular episode and was played by Donald Glover himself in whiteface.
- Kevin Waterman as Florida Man, a sinister entity, referred to by Darius as an “Alt-right Johnny Appleseed,” who commits a variety of strange crimes in Florida as part of a plot to keep Black voters out.
- Danielle Deadwyler as Tami, Van’s friend
- Gail Bean as Nadine, a naïve friend of Van’s who forms a brief connection with Darius
- Adriyan Rae as Candice, Van’s self-absorbed influencer friend. Rae reprises the role in the season 3 finale “Tarrare”.
- Carlos Guerrero as Drake’s abuelo
- Michael Vick as himself, an ex-NFL quarterback who challenges club-goers in “Money Bag Shawty” to foot races against himself.
- Jerusha Cavazos as Violet, an unstable college girl who has an obsessive crush on Alfred.
- Tim Johnson as Prescott, a frat boy with a fondness for hazing, with whom the characters cross paths. He is a fan of Alfred’s and an avid fan of trap music.
- Introduced in season 3
- Christopher Farrar as Loquareeous, a Black foster child who experiences cascading misfortunes, loosely based on Devonte Hart.
- Jamie Neumann as Gayle, one of Loquareeous’ adopted white mothers, loosely based on Jennifer Hart.
- Laura Dreyfuss as Amber, one of Loquareeous’ adopted white mothers, loosely based on Sarah Hart.
- Elisa van Riessen as the Death Doula, an enigmatic Dutch woman hired to help an elderly Tupac Shakur pass away.
- Matteo Simoni as Dirk, the owner of an Amsterdam club
- Daniel Fathers as Fernando, a London billionaire mogul
- Patrick Kennedy as Will, an investor and friend of Fernando.
- Hugh Coles as Socks, an obnoxious British leftist burdened by white guilt. He integrates himself into the group, but appears to have a chaotic agenda.
- Jai Paul as himself, a partygoer
- Tobias Segal as Earnest Marks / E / Boat Man, a shamanistic figure who is initially shown to appear in Earn’s dreams. The final moments of season 3 reveal that he is indeed a real person.
- Justin Bartha as Marshall Johnson, an upper-middle-class white man whose ancestors owned slaves, the descendants of whom begin to demand personal reparations from him.
- Samuel Blenkin as Wiley, a fan of Alfred’s who Socks accuses of stealing Al’s phone. It is strongly hinted that he is a ghost.
- Chet Hanks as Curtis, a white Tribeca native that speaks with a Trinbagonian accent. The character is a reference to Hank’s much-lampooned real life use of patois.
- Liam Neeson as himself, an actor at a club in Amsterdam. His character references the actor’s real-life controversy surrounding comments he made in 2019.
- Ava Grey as Lorraine, an Amsterdam resident with a tendency to tell harsh truths who crosses paths with Alfred. It is strongly hinted that she is a manifestation of Al’s late mother, also named Lorraine.
- Tyriq Withers as Aaron, a biracial high school senior passing as white
- George Wallace as Greg, one of Robert S. Lee’s advisors
- Kevin Samuels as Robert S. Lee, a Black entrepreneur offering to pay the tuition of any high school student who can prove their Blackness.
- Alexander Skarsgård as himself, a sexually-depraved actor with a penchant for cannibalism.
- Shanice Castro as Shanice, Candice’s friend who accompanies her to Paris.
- Xosha Roquemore as Xosha, Candice’s friend who accompanies her to Paris.
- Introduced in season 4
- Brooke Bloom as Lisa Mahn, an airline worker and aspiring writer who becomes the target of Earn’s spite after wronging him.
- Sullivan Jones as Dr. Tillman, Earn’s therapist. Jones is also the voice that says “FX presents Atlanta” before each episode.