As Atlanta comes to a close after four seasons, it?s still hard to characterize the series. Was it comedy, drama, horror, satire? Whatever the word, the critically-acclaimed series was always weird, often brilliant, and sometimes divisive. Sam talks with Atlanta?s executive producer Stephen Glover about helping create the show with his brother Donald, the ideas that could only have come from a Black writers? room, and provoking viewers to think about art.
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