What did you think of Season 2?
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S2 Episode Discussions
Did anyone else notice Darius getting surprised and dazed by the flash on Teddy’s camera? I know it’s kind of a natural reaction but I thought it was relating to Lakeith’s part in Get Out when the flash snaps him back to reality/his real conscience. Might be wrong but a pretty cool wee thing I noticed!
So I was re-watching Juneteenth and noticed something in the final scene. I don't think I'm crazy but hadn't caught it before.
After the party, when Earn and Van begin to make out in the car, the camera pans out. A car passes by, and then in the last second or two you see something circular light and a shadow move with it back in the woods on the right behind the car. Is this Nutella man again?
It's night so you can't make out the person, but it almost certainly isn't an accident. If it were just something reflective, it would've lit up when the car passed, but it didn't. It isn't long like sign post would be, and it's to far back to be one.
It's not accidental (like an extra or a random passer by), because it'd be way to obvious someone was just stating in the shot the entire time they were filming.
I'm really curious if this hints to future events, and more of the supernatural that will appear. Including that the Nutella man disappeared into the woods after the bus incident. And the episode from S2 that also involved really weird things in the woods, it seems like more than just a coincidence.
Anyone else notice this?
This sort of bothers me, because I see reviews that make it sound like Donald Glover is making everything by himself, which is really doesn't seem like the case. Though I wouldn't be surprised if he did a LOT of it. His brother, Stephen Glover, writes a lot of the stuff on the show, especially in Season 2. He's also the guy who did the Paper Boi rap and performed it for the show.
Jamal Olori is also very important, but it seems like he's more of a step down in a sense, but also extremely important. As in he's taking their ideas and making them truly great.
Also the show would suffer so much without Hiro Murai, the director of most of the episodes.
I'm not posting this to shit on Donald Glover at all. I'm just trying to show that a lot of the great bits aren't just him, and that the show definitely seems like an ensemble of great people. His brother definitely needs some more credit!
Also shout out to LaKeith Stanfield in general. Guy can act. I've noticed people don't recognize him from other projects a lot, and it's strange to me. He's a great actor.
Edit: My point is that I see a lot of reviews of this show that seem to make it sound like Donald Glover is the sole maker of everything about the show. I know people on this sub are likely more aware of the others who make the show.
Ever since the trailer in Teddy Perkins, I've been wanting to see it. I knew it had a limited release on July 6th but the website/imdb said it would be everywhere by the 13th. It's only in 18 theaters and the closest one to me is an hour and a half, I can't imagine someone with my same mindset but in an even worse location. I just confused I guess? I'd love to see it with a few of my friends but can't right now. Any word on DVD release/more theaters?
I finished season one on Hulu and was told to migrate to fx now to watch it. I have cable, dish to be exact, and I linked my account so I can watch any show.
However, it does not show any of the episodes for Atlanta... why?
Okay, I know I'm late to the party and I don't know if this has been asked and answered before, but why did the Atlanta team credit the character as himself in the episode? Does it have a meaning (this is Donald Glover we're talking about after all) or is it just something random?
|Outstanding Comedy Series|
|Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series||Donald Glover|
|Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series||Zazie Beetz|
|Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series||Bryan Tyree Henry|
|Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series||Katt Williams|
|Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series||Donald Glover||"Alligator Man"|
|Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series||Stefanie Robinson||"Barbershop"|
|Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series||Donald Glover||"FUBU"|
|Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series||Hiro Murai||"Teddy Perkins"|
|Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half-Hour or Less)||"Teddy Perkins"|
|Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series|
|Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour)||"Teddy Perkins"|
|Outstanding Music Supervision||"Alligator Man"|
|Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series||"Alligator Man"|
|Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series||"Teddy Perkins"|
|Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation||"Teddy Perkins"|
And one bonus:
|Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series||Donald Glover||SNL|
Congrats, he's such a great actor Other Nominations: Outstanding Supporting Actor for Brian Tyree Henry Outstanding Directing for "FUBU" and "Teddy Perkins" Outstanding Writing for "Alligator Man" and "Barbershop" Outstanding Music Supervision for "Alligator Man"
Atlanta has been nominated in 16 Primetime Emmy Award categories, with multiples in 3 categories! Brian Tyree Henry and Zazie Beetz scored their first nominations for the show (deservedly so), Katt Williams got a guest star nomination, and "Teddy Perkins" scored nominations for directing and cinematography. "Teddy Perkins" was nominated for in 5 different categories.
Additionally, Donald Glover was nominated in the category for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series as SNL host.
Source and full list of nominations HERE. List below:
Outstanding Comedy Series
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour)
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series
Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half-Hour or Less)
Outstanding Music Supervision
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy Series or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation
Atlanta is an American single-camera comedy tv series created by Donald Glover (Childish Gambino) who is also starring. The series is about two cousins in the Atlanta rap scene. The second season, titled Atlanta: Robbin' Season, premiered on March 1, 2018.