Atlanta: Season 3

Atlanta: Season 3

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Donald Glover's award-winning semi-surreal comedy sees Brian Tyree Henry return as not-quite-super-famous rapper Paper Boi alongside Lakeith Stanfield, Zazie Beetz and Glover himself.

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Episodes

EPISODE 3.1

Three Slaps

Wow it’s been a minute. I mean, I like this... More episode about the troubled kid but we waited 50 years for this?

EPISODE 3.2

Sinterklaas Is Coming to Town

I think everybody knows blackface ain’t cool anymore, we get... More it. They be trying too hard to go viral.

EPISODE 3.3

The Old Man and the Tree

This one was cool. Going to rich parties and meeting... More weirdos. Season 1 was better.

EPISODE 3.4

The Big Payback

I was legit scared watching this.

EPISODE 3.5

Cancer Attack

Sometimes shows just be over my head acting fake deep.... More Where's the poop jokes?

EPISODE 3.6

White Fashion

I've definitely seen this before on a better show. They're... More always stealing ideas. But the fashion industry gotta be exposed #streetwear.

EPISODE 3.7

Trini 2 De Bone

White people watching this be like... Pain

EPISODE 3.8

New Jazz

Al and Darius walk around Amsterdam. Psssh, I could make... More a way better tv show than this.

EPISODE 3.9

Rich Wigga, Poor Wigga

Black and White episode? Yawn. Emmy Bait. Why do they... More hate black women so much?

EPISODE 3.10

Tarrare

Yo Tarrare was a real person. Wild. They gotta stop... More biting these better shows tho.

Atlanta: Season 3 | Reviews

Donald Glover’s surreal show doesn’t shy away from some of the bleaker elements of Black life—or infusing its own, unconventional sense of humour.

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Rotten Tomatoes® Score

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

The endlessly clever series wastes no time in reasserting its dominance as one of the boldest shows on television.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

The first two episodes of season three cement Atlanta’s reputation as a classic-in-progress and one of the most daring and imaginative shows on television, period.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

(There is) no sign of the show’s having lost a step in the past four years. Maybe the pause simply gave the future time to catch up.

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Vulture

Vulture

What Atlanta captures is being Black in America is to be cast in an ongoing horror comedy - the only genre that can make sense of the experience.

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Slash Film

Slash Film

This is the boldest, sharpest, and most confident show on television.

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TV Guide

TV Guide

Atlanta Season 3 keeps the show's streak of being one of the best shows on TV alive.

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Collider

Collider

Still as hilarious, confounding, and brilliant as ever.

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Paste

Paste

(Atlanta) has a curious allure that’s hard to define, but captivating nevertheless.

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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

TV's greatest surrealist comedy.

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Atlanta: Season 3 | Release Details

Atlanta: Season 3 is available to stream in New Zealand now on Neon.