If you've somehow not been keeping up with Donald Glover's Atlanta, here's yet another reason as to why you should start watching the new FX show that's been receiving rave reviews.
As Deadline reports, the network has renewed Atlanta, which was created by and stars Glover, for a second season. This isn't a common move on FX's part; only four episodes of Atlanta have aired so far, but its success is showing no signs of slowing down.
Its double-episode series premiere drew a massive 1.8 million viewers, which is reportedly FX's biggest comedy debut since Wilfred's in 2011. According to Deadline, the series' premiere has been ranked as the most-watched telecast of a new comedy series in the 18-49 demographic since 2014.
Atlanta surrounds the story of two cousins (Glover and Brian Tyree Henry, who stars as Paper Boi) trying to make it in the music world. Migos had a guest starring role on the third episode of the series.
In an interview with Vulture, Glover revealed that his aim with Atlanta is to "show white people [with Atlanta], you don't know everything about black culture," and to show the rest of the world what black people in the city actually live like.