Release Date, Time & Where to Watch
Atlanta Season 4 Episodes 1-2
After almost 4 years, the fourth and final season of Donald Glover’s great comedy/drama is finally here.
The show is about Earn, who lives in Atlanta, Georgia, and is trying to make up with his ex-girlfriend Van, who is also the mother of his daughter Lottie. Oh, and his cousin Alfred is a rapper who goes by the name “Paper Boi.”
In season 3, after a trip to Europe, Atlanta goes back to its usual schedule, but with a very interesting question. Has Atlanta or our characters changed?
If you’ve been watching Atlanta, you’ll probably want to know when the next episode will come out.
Here’s everything you need to know about Atlanta Season 4 Episodes 1 and 2, including when, where, and how to watch them.
Where can I see the movie Atlanta?
New episodes of Atlanta will only be available on FX in the US, but those same episodes will be available on Hulu a few days later. For people in the UK and other parts of the world, there isn’t a release date yet. However, the first three seasons are already on Disney Plus, so it’s likely that it will be there as well.
When will Atlanta Season 4 Episodes 1 and 2 come out?
The first two episodes of Season 4 of Atlanta will air on FX on Thursday, September 16 at around 10 p.m. ET/PT.
The episodes will be about 33 minutes long and will be called “The Most Atlanta” and “The Homeliest Little Horse.”
How many episodes are there in Season 4 of Atlanta?
In Season 4, there will be 8 episodes. After the first two episodes, you can expect there to be one new episode every week. Taking this into account, there will be 6 more episodes after these ones.
Is there a sneak peek for Season 4 of Atlanta?
There is, yes! Below is a trailer for Season 4 of Atlanta:
After a season of traveling around Europe and a few stand-alone episodes, the Atlanta crew is back in their hometown, which is just as weird as we remembered.
The fourth and last season’s premiere on Thursday went back to the show’s roots by sending its four main characters on a series of strange side quests. Let’s go through each one at a time, shall we?
Atlanta FX Season 4 Premiere DariusDARIUS | Our favorite space cadet starts things off by casually walking through a department store while it’s being robbed and people are running out with arms full of stolen goods. He walks up to the return counter and tries to give back an air fryer, but the scared worker just points to the chaos going on around them. (“This place is pretty crazy,” Darius says. “Kinda looks like a Marshalls.”) The worker starts to take care of the return, but then he decides to just take all the money in the register and run away. Darius tries to leave with the air fryer in his hands, but an angry white woman on a motorized scooter stops him. She tells all the looters, “I would rather die than let you take that.” Other shoppers spray her with fire extinguishers, which lets Darius get away. But when she comes out of the smoke with a knife, they run away quickly. and drives her scooter in a slow line toward Darius.
Al is stuck in traffic, so Darius catches up with him and gets into his car. In the sideview mirror, he can see the woman with the knife slowly coming toward him. He tells Al nervously to take the next exit, but the car doesn’t move. Darius gets out of the car, and the scooter woman hits him as he walks away. He tries to avoid her and runs away, but she keeps up with him. He rides his bike to an empty industrial park while still holding the air fryer, but the woman is right behind him. She doesn’t stop! He yells at her, “I don’t know what Fox News has been telling you, but I’m not Antifa and I’m not a thief.” “I just took my air fryer back.” Her response? “I don’t care!” He climbs up to a place she can’t reach, but she just shrugs and says, “I’ll wait.” He climbs through a broken fence and yells back, “Get some help!” as he runs away.
Atlanta FX Season 4 Premiere AlAL | Al is stuck in traffic when he hears on the radio that Blueblood, one of his favorite rappers, has just died. Darius points out that there’s almost no reason for him to go to the airport: “You don’t like L.A. You’re not a fan of New York. You don’t like nowhere.” After Darius runs away from the woman on the scooter, Al gets tired of the traffic jam and takes a different route. While he’s pumping gas, he hears a Blueblood song. He sees a barbecue place nearby and orders a “zoo pie” because a Bluebloods song mentions it. While he works, the cook puts on a CD with a Blueblood song that Al has never heard. He then gives Al his food in a container with a strange symbol on the top. “Hey dude, is this a hunt for things?” Al asks the guy, but he says he has no idea who Blueblood is.
Al follows the clues all over town. He plays a video game and cashes in a long strip of prize tickets. He looks inside a broken dryer and finds a pair of 3D glasses to watch a movie with. He ends up at an empty strip mall, where he goes into one of the stores and finds a single woman sitting at a funeral. When he asks her if Blueblood is playing, she tells him, “No, he’s dead.” She was Blueblood’s wife, and his last wish was to set up this complicated treasure hunt for his new album. But Al is only the fifth person to arrive. She is surprised that not more people came: “I guess what you give doesn’t always come back to you… I wish he was having more fun. Because in the end, that’s all there is.” She gives Al a plant as a going-away present and says, “Track 11 tells you how to take care of it.” (Ha!) Oh, and Al pays his respects by going up to the coffin… But there’s just a fake skeleton in there. A month ago, Blueblood was burned.
Atlanta FX Season 4 Premiere Van Earn EARN AND VAN | The two ex-lovers go to the fancy outdoor mall Atlantic Station together, and on the way in, Earn runs into another ex, Kenya. Van thinks, “You can’t go to Atlantic Station and not see someone,” but she doesn’t realize how true that is. At the phone store, Earn’s ex-girlfriend walks by and waves, and Van’s ex-girlfriend stops to say hi. Van is amazed that he has worked at this phone store for the past 10 years. What is this place, the Island of Exes Who Don’t Fit In? Well, yeah, kinda. As they walk through the mall, everyone they see is someone Earn or Van dated in the past. “She’s wearing a shirt she stole from my house,” Earn says about a person he sees on the street.
They’re both scared, which is understandable, and try to leave, but they can’t remember where they parked their car. Kenya, who doesn’t remember seeing them before, runs into them again. She is also lost and has no idea how long she has been there. Earn asks, “What was playing at the theater when she got there?” “That’s bad, huh?” she says in Now You See Me 2. (Yes, it was published in 2016.) Earn finds an emergency exit door, but Van doesn’t want him to leave her there like he did with another one of his exes. Earn tells her, “I would never let you become one of them.” So, they go through the emergency exit together, where it’s pitch black and the walls are carpeted—and wet, for some reason? They stumble around in the dark and finally come out… at the funeral service for Blue Blood, where they find Al. Oh, and Kenya followed them into the room as well.
Al, Earn, Van, and Kenya all walk out of the strip mall and into the parking lot. Darius soon follows, looking spooked after his long chase with the scooter woman. He’s still carrying around that stupid air fryer, and when Kenya realizes she forgot to get a gift for her dad, he gives it to her for free, glad to get rid of it. Van offers Kenya a ride in Al’s car, but she is happy to just wait for her Uber. The others leave, leaving Kenya holding the air fryer alone in the parking lot. We can hear a motorized scooter coming up behind her and whirring.
In its fourth and final season, Atlanta goes back to the Peach State after following Earn, Alfred, Darius, and Van as they traveled through Europe during Paper Boi’s tour. Many praised and criticized the third season for being experimental and moving toward the absurd. This made us all curious about how Donald Glover and his team would end such a popular show. Glover said on Twitter that the last two episodes of the show were “some of the best TV ever made.” He said that only The Sopranos was as good. Even though the reaction to the second-to-last season was, to put it mildly, mixed (we even took it off our list of the “Best TV of 2022”), I still have hope for the last season.
Most of how I feel about season three comes from the fact that I don’t think I was the show’s target audience. I’m a Black woman who writes and studies pop culture, so there are some things I don’t need to be told, especially in a new way. As much as I like and admire Glover’s work, my main complaint about it hasn’t changed: too often, his writing caters to white audiences. I like my Black art to be more like Toni Morrison’s. That is, I like it when creative projects talk to the Black community instead of trying to explain it to people outside of it. There’s nothing inherently wrong with projects that do that, and I would even argue that it’s sometimes necessary, but man, I love seeing Black art soar without the white gaze or the expectation of a white reaction. A lot of the first two seasons’ episodes were great examples of this.
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