Donald Glover Talks w/ The New Yorker About His Hit Series Atlanta

by Rafeal Crawford
Donald Glover Talks w/ The New Yorker About His Hit Series Atlanta

Donald Glover Talks w/ The New Yorker About His Hit Series Atlanta

Donald Glover finesse FX to pick up Atlanta

Actor/rapper/writer/ and comedian Donald Glover who also goes by the rap moniker Childish Gambino is a modern-day renaissance man. The rapper from Stone Mountain, Ga has evolved from putting out mixtapes to being a co-star on a NBC hit show to creating his own hit series Atlanta that airs on FX.

The show Atlanta is a hit show with only one season under its belt. The shows’ creator, writer, producer, and actor of the series Donald Glover recently sat down with The New Yorker on how he got FX to acquire his show.

“I knew what FX wanted from me,” said the former Community star. “They were thinking it’d be me and Craig Robinson horse-tailing around, and it’ll be kind of like Community, and it’ll be on for a long time. I was Trojan-horsing FX. If I told them what I really wanted to do, it wouldn’t have gotten made.

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Donald’s brother Stephen, who is also his collaborator talks ab