Category Archives: Atlanta

2018 TV Preview

As the unending golden age of television soldiers on, it’s become impossible to tell what great new series, or even its second season, might air and how it will be. But we’re

2017 Golden Globe Predictions Part 2: Television

With 2016 (finally) coming to an end, it’s time for awards season to kick into high gear! This Sunday, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will dole out their picks for the best

Top 10 TV Episodes of 2016

As we continue to count down the best of 2016, we’d be remiss if we didn’t acknowledge the best pieces of filmmaking on a smaller scale in television. Some TV episodes are

Top 10 TV Shows of 2016

The golden age of television clearly isn’t going anywhere. 2016 was another year blossoming with fresh ideas and classic seasons of classic shows. From old favorites to excellent premiere seasons, television was

Atlanta: “The Jacket” Season 1 Finale Review

The linearity of Atlanta‘s first season, as completed in “The Jacket,” is simply one of the loveliest emotional arcs in this year of television. This small, simple, quiet entry wasn’t the flashiest or

Atlanta: “Juneteenth” Season 1 Episode 9 Review

Welcome to Spike Lee’s Eyes Wide Shut, where a rich white man with a fascination with black history and culture throws a party for Juneteenth, the day that commemorates the abolition of slavery

Atlanta: “The Club” Season 1 Episode 8 Review

In “The Club,” Atlanta perfected itself. This episode was the most genuine marriage of the show’s comfortable sense of humor, uncomfortable setting, and surrealism. Here, these elements, all of which contribute to Atlanta‘s greatness, not

Atlanta: “B.A.N.” Season 1 Episode 7 Review

“B.A.N.” is a formula-breaking episode that packs in so many different ideas and senses of humor that there’s no way it was going to be the masterpiece it aspires to be. Donald

Atlanta: “Value” Season 1 Episode 6 Review

Up to this point, it didn’t seem like Atlanta valued Van all that much compared with the rest of this blossoming cast. It makes me wonder exactly how the idea for “Value” came about.

Atlanta: “Nobody Beats the Biebs” Season 1 Episode 5 Review

Atlanta got downright playful in its fifth episode. The show has thus far dabbled in surrealist humor while putting its deeper themes in the forefront. For “Nobody Beats the Biebs,” the show gets