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It's official: Donald Glover's FX series Atlanta will return for its second season on March 1.
The network confirmed the news on Friday, setting the critically acclaimed comedy for a 10 p.m. EST premiere. The new season is being dubbed Atlanta Robbin’ Season. Later that month, on March 28, The Americans will kick off its final season at 10 p.m. EST.
The new dates follow FX's previously confirmed premieres of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, which arrives on Jan. 17, as well as season 3 of Baskets, premiering Jan. 23.
Atlanta's return comes during a busy time for Glover, who is currently working on Disney's Lion King remake. He is also believed to have new music in the works, all while still enjoying the success of his 2016 album "Awaken, My Love!," which is nominated for Album of the Year at the upcoming Grammy Awards.
FX chief John Landgraf also provided an update on Friday about the upcoming fourth installment of Fargo, explaining creator Noah Hawley has an idea which "excites me enormously. The new season is expected to arrive sometime in 2019.