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Atlanta - Season 2

Atlanta - Season 2

[Opening Scene]


Soft sunlight filters through the curtains, casting a warm glow on the worn-out couch and cluttered coffee table. A TV screen flickers to life, revealing the highly anticipated second season of Atlanta.

[Cut to Title Card]



A dazzling blend of laughter, tears, and unapologetic authenticity awaits viewers as they embark on another riveting journey through the vibrant city of Atlanta. Set against the backdrop of the bustling music scene, Season 2 unearths the underbelly of fame, ambition, and the pursuit of dreams.

[Cut to the Cast]

- Donald Glover as Earnest "Earn" Marks: The determined protagonist, struggling to find his place in the tumultuous world of music management while balancing the demands of fatherhood.
- Brian Tyree Henry as Alfred "Paper Boi" Miles: Earn's cousin and a rising rap star whose dreams of success come with unexpected consequences.
- LaKeith Stanfield as Darius: The eccentric and enigmatic friend, offering sage wisdom and unexpected revelations throughout the series.
- Zazie Beetz as Van Keefer: Earn's on-again, off-again girlfriend and mother of his daughter, navigating her own aspirations while dealing with life's setbacks.
- Khris Davis as Tracy: Alfred's unpredictable, yet loyal friend, whose questionable antics often lead to chaotic and unpredictable situations.

[Cut to Teaser Scenes]


Paper Boi rhymes with ferocious intensity, his lyrics addressing society's injustices, personal demons, and the allure of fame. The beats pulse in the background, electrifying every word.


Earn, clad in worn shoes and hoodie, weaves through the crowd, hustling to get his artist's music heard. The passionate conversations and clinking glasses fade as he steps onto the stage, ready to showcase Paper Boi's raw talent.


Van, adorned in a business suit, stares at herself in the mirror, battling imposter syndrome as she embraces her newfound corporate role. Confidence wavers, yet determination remains.


Darius, clad in an oversized fur coat and sunglasses, peers into a mysterious box. Its contents shroud him in awe and confusion, the key to unlocking secrets yet to be revealed.

[Cut to Melodic Scene]


A gentle guitar strums, accompanying a somber conversation between Earn and his estranged father. The music flows like a river, echoing the complexities of their relationship and the longing for connection.

[Cut to Conflict Scene]


Flashlights flicker, revealing the strained faces of Earn, Paper Boi, and Tracy. As the door slams shut, their lives change forever, intertwined in a world of corruption, betrayal, and the agonizing struggle to maintain authenticity.

[Cut to Comedy Scene]


Earn and Darius exchange witty banter while waiting for their food. The tension of their prior experiences fades, replaced by laughter, reminding viewers of the series' comedic genius amidst the darkness.

[Cut to Moving Scene]


Tears stream down Van's face as she gazes upon her newborn child, experiencing the profound beauty and terror of motherhood. The silence speaks volumes, mirroring the characters' search for purpose, comfort, and happiness.

[Cut to Closing Montage]

The screen fades to black, leaving viewers with a lingering taste of Atlanta's unrelenting authenticity. A symphony of emotions, it effortlessly explores themes of identity, race, fame, and the fleeting nature of success with grace and depth.


Experience the sounds of Atlanta - Season 2 for yourself: play and download these sounds here. Lose yourself in the unparalleled talent of the cast, the brilliant storytelling, and the captivating soundtrack that makes Atlanta a masterpiece in its own right. Welcome to the rollercoaster journey that is Atlanta - Season 2.

A Are you Paper Boi?
A big help to this organization here.
A celebration, man.
A danger no one is ready for.
A danger no one is ready for.
A ghoul?
A guy who could speak German. You know what I'm say...
A guy who enjoys dancing to polka music.
A jaw of steel
A know it all, fuck up jay that just let shit happen to him.
A lot of them are in the NRA.
A masterpiece.
A mirror to look at yourself.
A number 17?
A payment plan will be set up
A rematch.
A shootout?
A suit? Why I got to wear that?
A thrift store?
A tw...
A two regret life limit pact.
A what?
A'ight, cool, cool.
A'ight, man. Bet.
A'ight? On your mark.
A1. That's a good sign.
Aah! (laughs)
About breaking in my goddamn apartment, man?
About how you getting out of here.
About what?
Absolutely. Um...
Act like tonight wasn't a bunch of your bad decisions?
Actually, I have two.
After driving me around damn creation, man!
After me when I pull off, dawg. Let me get your keys...
Ah, keepin' it in the family.
Ah, man. You always mentioning these miraculous waves.
Ah, that girl just posted that picture.
Ahmad and my brother,
Al just trying to make sure you ain't failing in...
Al, just chill.
Al. Alfred.
ALFRED (chuckles): It's dope.
ALFRED (high pitched): "She looks new."
ALFRED (mumbling): Yeah, ain't saving no money
Alfred, his whole world changing up with the quickness.
Alfred, will you open the goddamn door?!
ALFRED: 'Cause of all that damn grease
ALFRED: (blows out lips) I ain't got no interest
ALFRED: Bruh, you ain't the only one
ALFRED: Duh, ****a.
ALFRED: Hey, Clark, man?
ALFRED: Hmm. (sniffs)
ALFRED: I got you.
ALFRED: I'm leaving with or without your ass, man.
ALFRED: I'm leaving.
ALFRED: Look, trust me, man.
ALFRED: Mm hmm.
ALFRED: ****a, take me off speaker.
ALFRED: ****a, you got to be fucking kidding me.
ALFRED: Oh, man. That's my boy Tracy, man.
ALFRED: Oh, yeah?
ALFRED: Shit, yeah, man. Let's dip.
ALFRED: That ****a Andy sent it.
ALFRED: That's why I fuckin' hate the airport, man.
ALFRED: The fuck?
ALFRED: What the fuck are we running from?
ALFRED: What you talking about?
ALFRED: What?! Ah, Bibby, man!
ALFRED: What's up, girl?
ALFRED: Yeah, I feel you, man.
ALFRED: Yeah, man, that's overrated.
All done.
All he got is some F level rappers
All I know is I ain't got
All I know is that girl Violet better not touch my weed.
All new season premieres Wednesday, April 25.
All new season premieres Wednesday, April 25.
All new season premieres Wednesday, April 25.
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All right, Bubba, okay, cool. All right. All right, man.
All right, bye.
All right, guys.
All right, I got to... I got to get going.
All right, I'll catch you.
All right, I'm a be there. Cool. Shit.
All right, I'm serious, man.
All right, let's go.
All right, little man. There you go.
All right, man, cool.
All right, man?
All right, man.
All right, man. We'll see.
All right, peace.
All right, pledges, get the fuck up!
All right, shit. Let me finish this.
All right, the usual, damn.
All right, then.
All right, uh, stop, y'all!
All right, uh... Let's do another take,
All right, um...
All right, well, that's why I brought this Hen, though.
All right, what is this?
All right, who's first?
All right, yeah.
All right?
All right?
All right?
All right? I don't wear bootleg clothes.
All right? I'll I'll I'll get rid of it.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right. $20?
All right. All right. I'll go get your gun,
All right. Bye.
All right. Good. Um, did you get a chance
All right. I got to... I got to run some errands
All right. I'll catch you guys later. Lottie!
All right. I'll meet you downstairs, Darius.
All right. It's good. Everything good. Hey, listen.
All right. Thank you. I love you.
All right. There you go.
All right. Uh, I got to go.
All righty.
All that ain't necessary, ma'am.
All the other girls are so pretty,
All this fucking running. Shit.
Almost there.
Also, Christian came highly recommended.
Alt right Johnny Appleseed.
AMBER: * Paper Boi, Paper Boi *
An FX original series.
And a peach cobbler and a number 17.
And a tub of coconut oil
And Al Jarreau and Ahmad Jamal.
And Al? Could you, um, just stay on these guys?
And also, I haven't run six races in ten minutes.
And black people just don't have the connections
And bring them in tomorrow.
And brush their goddamn teeth!
And butt injections, selling lip gloss and spray tan.
And cite your work, folks.
And coming to New York where everything is possible, you know.
And do lodge stuff.
And each class is $25, so that's...
And Earn come in here every day looking like a bum,
And escort us through and everything,
And especially after what he did to her daughter.
And everybody got to eat.
And fights new boyfriend as she's giving birth."
And guess how many movie posters they got on there
And guess what? She love you.
And he doesn't like people seeing him that way.
And he was dealing with it pretty hard.
And he will bounce both of your asses out the door.
And his carburetor had jaundice.
And I brought him up here to inspire y'all,
And I can cut you a better deal depending on
And I could've thought you was just another stuck up ho
And I don't know about the rest of you,
And I don't want you to waste any more of your time.
And I got a two regret life limit pact.
And I got to get it, so you know how that go.
And I had to go back out there this morning with Darius
And I hope they blow your motherfuckin' ass
And I just need everything to go.
And I knew that meant that we were connected.
And I think it might be a good idea
And I trusted you to do this for me.
And I was this magnificent crocodile.
And I would receive five percent
And I'll be back with your... gun.
And I'm a fuck you up, all right?
And I'm a good woman who found a good man.
And I'm calling a Lyft right now.
And I'm gonna have a vodka soda, please.
And I'm gonna read y'all what was playing.
And I'm just tired of that story, to be honest.
And if I hear about you selling anything,
And if they keep on trying to act like
And if you ain't walked out of here by then,
And if you don't want to end up like me,
And if you tell that to the police,
And if you're dead, I'm gonna take them shoes
And it happened after she threw a cup at me
And it was just... disgusting.
And let me get a five cheese Krystal combo, no fries.
And make sure you mix in some actual dance moves
And my driver's license all around, you know?