Atlanta season 3 gets release date as Donald Glover and gang head to Europe

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Photo credit: FX
Photo credit: FX

Atlanta wrapped up its second season four years ago, and now the wait for season 3 is, well it's over, but at least we know exactly how long the wait is going to be.

As reported by TVLine, the show will return to FX in the US on March 24 with two episodes at once. From the next day, all of the season 3 episodes will be available to stream on Hulu.

In the United Kingdom, the show aired on BBC Two and iPlayer, but is now available on Disney+. We don't know which platform it will debut on first, but we'll be sure to let you know when we do.

Photo credit: FX
Photo credit: FX

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Following the end of season 2, the third run of the show will see Donald Glover's Earnest 'Earn' Marks and the crew travelling around Europe and trying to come to terms with their newfound success, while also adjusting to an environment that sees them as outsides.

A fourth season of eight episodes has already been greenlit, and as both seasons were filmed back-to-back, the wait shouldn't be too long.

Last year it was announced that Donald Glover would be reuniting with his Solo: A Star Wars Story co-star Phoebe Waller-Bridge for a TV series reboot of Mr & Mrs Smith, the movie that starred Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie as a couple of assassins who try to kill each other. It was the film that led to them getting together in real life.

Photo credit: Frazer Harrison/BAFTA LA - Getty Images
Photo credit: Frazer Harrison/BAFTA LA - Getty Images

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It was announced later in the year that Waller-Bridge has stepped away from the series, as she had a different creative vision for the show to Glover. A new actress playing the leading lady hasn't been announced yet.

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