Critic Consensus: Ambitious and refreshing, Atlanta offers a unique vehicle for star and series creator Donald Glover's eccentric brand of humor -- as well as a number of timely, trenchant observations.
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The show is masterful in eliciting a range of feelings - a combination of joy and horror, tension and relief - but none more so than surprise.
Atlanta, FX's finely detailed and gloriously unpredictable comedy about striving within and near Atlanta's hip-hop scene, waited until the very final moments of its first season's final episode to feature the godheads of Atlanta hip-hop: Outkast.
Glover's creative force has been poured into this series about young black men in Atlanta with its insightful commentary about race in America. It's also darkly, awkwardly funny.
Glover's series feels like it's on the cusp of something great. We'll be watching.
Donald Glover deserves this chance to make his mark as a throughly hands-on auteur who's reminiscent of another FX mainstay -- Louis C.K. They write and act out what their lives have taught them. And the differences are both striking and instructive.
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