Welp, #Roommates, it’s time to turn on Boyz II Men’s ‘It’s So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday,’ since the iconic Emmy-winning FX comedy ‘Atlanta’ will officially cease after its fourth season—and fans are already preparing to say their final goodbyes.
‘Atlanta’ actor, creator, and writer Donald Glover stated why the show’s fourth season “ends wonderfully” during a recent interview while presenting on a TCA (Television Critics Association) panel. “To be honest, I wanted Season 2 to be the final season.”
Death is natural…it happens when the conditions are correct, and it doesn’t happen when the conditions aren’t right. Things start to get strange…just there’s so much you can do. It was always supposed to be what it was, and it was always supposed to be us. It was fantastic; everything came out this season, and it all came together flawlessly.”
Meanwhile, Brian Tyree Henry and Zazie Beetz also acknowledged their disappointment with the conclusion of ‘Atlanta.’ “It’s in the ethos, that’s the great part about coming to an end.” It’s up in the air. He stated, “You can imagine anything you desire.”
“I’m glad I knew it was ending because it allowed me to dive into the connections knowing this was my last chance to play Van,” she continued. Van, I believe, has had a significant impact on my life. I’m glad I got the chance to…put [her] in the back for the time being.”
The third season of ‘Atlanta’ will start on March 24, and the final season will run somewhere this fall.