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So odd, and wonderful.
Surprisingly unique, and weird, Atlanta has quickly become my favorite show on television. What seems to be an average plot, gets carried out of control by the shows masterful script, humor, and all the actors great performances.
Donald Glover brings one his many talents to one of the most unique displays in television you'll ever see. Atlanta breaks the format of what a series should be all the while representing the culture and being an honest depiction of the many people trying to make it big in the ATL
Likeable characters but a very mixed bag, each episode having its own style ranging from super slick to tediously boring.
Atlanta is one of the most original and refreshing shows I have ever watched.
Original and Brilliant
I tried. The first 3 minutes are excrusiating. With the N word. one guy get shot for a fucking mirror. And that Rap song..... *barffffffffffffff* Make me want to open my veins right from the get go. Not interested... And NOT interesting.
WELL WRITTEN AND HAS A MESSAGE WITHOUT BEING PREACHY.,
smart, funny, and with political presence, atlanta shows how a tv series can be perfect(technically and thematically) and the most important... simple.
Many viewers won't understand exactly what they're witnessing when watching Atlanta, but will know they're seeing something special.