Overview Van returns and she takes Earn to a fancy party. A fancy party featuring rich Black people who could provide her some kind of opportunity. Here is hoping she gets one cause bills need to be paid. Review (with [Read More]
Overview One quick and easy way for an entertainer to make money is to go to the club. However, between the club owner and Alfred learning that he isn’t that big of a draw, the usual drama ensues.
Overview Alfred is the sole familiar face here as we are introduced to the BAN network, their commercials, and the political talk show known as “Montague.” Trigger Warning(s): Episode contains Transphobic and Homophobic Conversations
Overview It’s the birth of a new series and strangely, it’s a dramedy. Which is surprising in a good way for it makes it feel like Atlanta is bridging the gap between the comedy star Donald Glover is known for [Read More]
Overview Episode 2 arguably isn’t about pushing the story forward or featuring its stars. It is more so about establishing the people the stars live around and their environment. For whether it is normal people who get arrested for just [Read More]
Overview “Go For Broke” arguably is about fighting becoming broke. For in the pursuit of dreams and all your ambition, there are bills to pay, children to feed and, in Earn’s case, a woman to try to not lose the [Read More]
Overview Al, as has been seen, is a sensitive soul, a bit thin-skinned, but until this episode, we didn’t know how bad it was. Some online semi-famous person gets under his skin to the point he has to confront him. [Read More]
Overview In a largely Vanessa focused episode, we see the struggles she is going through compared to her friends, and partly thanks to Earn.
Overview Atlanta has its own unique quality of weird. Be it what Darius brings with his stoner persona, Earn who is the one with so much potential who hit rock bottom and is trying to climb his way back up, [Read More]