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October 23, 2021
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Atlanta is one of the top cities for young rappers looking to make a name for themselves in the business. Among those up-and-comers is Alfred Miles, a hot new artist who is trying to understand the line between real life and street life. He is managed by his cousin, Earn, who gets caught up in the local rap scene and his cousin's career after returning home to the ATL. Earn does whatever he can to try to get Alfred's career to the next level. Darius, the rapper's right-hand man and visionary, is also in Alfred's entourage. When Earn isn't busy managing his cousin's career, he spends much of his time with best friend Vanessa, who is also the mother of his daughter.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: September 6, 2016

Also Known As: 亞特蘭大廢柴, Atlanta: Robbin' Season |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), Belgium (KNT/ENA) |  See more »


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Company Credits

Production Co: FX Productions, MGMT Entertainment


Myles Truitt
as Devin
Seth Schenall
as Demarrio
Zazie Beetz
as Van
Austin Lowe
as Chris
Kristina Arjona
as Random Girl
Sir Brodie
as Kenny
Armie Hicks Jr.
as Kevin
Chris Greene
as Nathan Wielder
Taj-Naranja Jenkines
as Bouncer
Kevin Waterman
as Florida Man
Christian Chase Jones
as Jason
Terri Abney
as Krista
Jay Harmon
as Lamar
Bobby 'JoJo' White
as Neighbor 1
Carlos Guerrero
as Abuelo
Greta Glenn
as Mrs. Granger
Njema Williams
as Buck
Dave Willis
as Cop
Kymoura Kennedy
as Bank Teller Girl
Renell Gibbs
as Dude
Priah Ferguson
as Asia
Walter K. Jordan
as Mr. Haley
Traeger Simpson
as Other Barber
Antwan Mills
as Christian
Jess Marie Carr
as Flawless
Treylan Newton
as Mark
Danny Chung
as Waiter
as Offset
Markell Williams
as DJ
Sarah Fawaz
as Party Girl
Avis-Marie Barnes
as Loretta
Kerri J. Baldwin
as TSA Agent
Matthew Barnes
as Lucas
Victor Bowie
as Quartet Member #3
Tamika Parrish
as Snobby Woman
Brandon Hirsch
as Devyonne Johnson
Raheem Babalola
as Principal Greer
Elizabeth Davidovich
as Club Victim
Thom Scott II
as Mr. Whitman
Isiah Whitlock Jr.
as Raleigh Marks
Geoffrey D. Williams
as Producer
Frederick Williams
as Droop
Harold House Moore
as Swiff
Tyler Boronski
as Frat Boy
as Owner
Christian Adam
as Kid #1
Anthony Jaylon Mayfield
as Mike
Sam Martin
as Quartet #4
as Takeoff
Tyshon Freeman
as Mike
Jane Adams
as Janice
Robert S. Powell
as Bibby
Pierre T. Curry
as Young Man
Dennis L.A. White
as Bald Man/DJ
Abraham Clinkscales
as Young Alfred
Ryan J. Lewis
as Neighborhood Kid
Jonah Liam Slade
as Kid Playing Basketball
Morgan Brown
as Manager
Q. Coleman
as Driver
Jody Vain
as Credit Card Salesman
Demise Harp
as Patron
Jason Allen Sylvain
as Quartet #2
Richard Kohberger
as Student
Bryan McClure
as White Guy
Vonii Bristow
as Valet 1
Ralph Wilcox
as Bartender
Tequilla Whitfield
as Crying Girl
Fernando Martinez
as Large Man
Joel Ray Ishman
as Hat Man
Sherrie Peterson
as White Woman
Alan Heckner
as Officer 2
Marisol Correa
as Hip Patron
Deontae Q. Vaughn
as Bartender
Jalyn Hall
as Shawn
Trey Best
as Brian
Christopher Harvey
as Lee
Melissa Saint-Amand
as Sabrina
Tim Johnson
as Prescott
Lorenzo Yearby
as Photographer
Aidan Singh
as Waleed
Al-Jaleel Knox
as Valet 2
Ashley John
as Chick
Roscoe Johnson
as Bouncer
Katt Williams
as Willy
Cranston Johnson
as Deshawn
Brandon Cantilang
as Johnny
Cassandra Freeman
as Monique Allen
Vincent M. Ward
as Marcus
James Rackley
as Duncan
Onyx Simpson
as Club Dancer
Brianna Butler
as Tara
Darian Fisher
as Police Officer
Quincy Rucker
as Dude
Qaasim Middleton
as Senator K
Antoinette Robertson
as Janice
Nicoye Banks
as PJ
Angela Ray
as Police Clerk
Daniel James De Bourg
as Yonathan
Jade Fernandez
as PA Woman
Grady Port
as Alex
Tonia Jackson
as Melissa Wilks
Daniel Fathers
as Fernando
David Krona Writter
as Dr. Vergara
Mary Kraft
as Dr. Deborah Holt
Glenn Magee
as Head Guy
Taron Germany
as Rico
Jahzir Bruno
as Omari
Jesse Yarborough
as Celebrity Basketball Judge
as Quavo
Aubin Wise
as Jayde
Walnette Marie Santiago
as Dior
Summer Rose Ly
as Asian Girl
Paloma Guzmán
as Valencia Joyner
Chris Mayers
as Teke
Joshua Brady
as Rick
Jason Simon
as Marcus Miles
Reggie Alvin Green
as Homeless Man
Brittany Level
as Friend
Ryan Newton
as Gun Range Patron, Picture Car
Ed Silvera
as Older Man
Dylan Cheek
as Andy
Crystal Alicia Garrett
as Jen
Dana Jay
as Prisoner Laugher
Troy Simon
as Party Goer
Hope Jones
as Chick
Danielle Deadwyler
as Tami
Alexander Williams-Green
as Party Patron
Shariff Earp
as Teen 3
Teryn Simmons
as Party Goer
Robert Hendren
as Sergeant Simmons
Danny Vinson
as Farmer
Alano Miller
as Franklin Montague
Jaleel White
as Jaleel White
Milton Crosby
as Fan
Lloyd Polite
as Lloyd
Monet A. Chandler
as Waitress
Ayo Jozey Iso
as Teen 1
Edwin Walker
as Young Man
A'Nya Schofield
as Racheal
Sean Gilder
as Folk
Kailyn Gainer
as Denisha
Donald Glover
as Earnest 'Earn' Marks/Theodore Perkins
RJ Walker
as Clark County
Alan T. Coleman
as Prince
Griffin Freeman
as Dave
Kevin Michael Richardson
as Wally the Wolf
Brittany Wilkerson
as Attendant
Selina Youngerman
as Foreign Reporter (Miss Clermont)
Monique Grant
as Sweet Woman/Yvonne
Derrick Haywood
as Bartender/Benny Hope
Nadjah Dabney
as Driver
Alexandra Huff
as Woman with Haircut
David Watts
as Man
Adam Stephenson
as Beard Guy
Jamel Chambers
as Gold Patron/Kenny's Helper
Montrel Miller
as CJ
Carlette Jennings
as Mrs. Williams
Russ Vick
as Schanppviecher
Jerusha Cavazos
as Violet Jenkins
Bryce Hitchcock
as Amber
Calan Bryant
as Mickeys commercial main Character
Tobias Jelinek
as Felds
Ira Carmichael
as Driver
Tiffany Denise Hobbs
as Keisha
Khris Davis
as Tracy
Erin Ownbey
as Flo
Christian Anderson
as Dexter
Joshua D. Black
as Kid 2
as Migos
Milton Saul
as Strip Club Patron
Blair Busbee
as Lily's Mom
Jennifer Choe
as Asian Woman
Gregory Keith Grainger
as Some Dude
Benjamin Weaver
as Cinema Goer
Mason Pike
as Pedestrian
Joslyn Y Hall
as Anita
Keena Ferguson
as Crystal
Josephine Samson
as Mimi
Amethyst Davis
as Tracy's Girl
Deaven Brooks
as Inmate
Luke Forbes
as Johnny
Julienne Irons
as Bartender #3
Michael Vick
as Michael Vick
Rick Holmes
as Craig Allen
Emmett Hunter
as Stranger
Milli M.
as Ms. Tieg
Curtis Gammage
as Strip Club Patron
Jessica A. Caesar
as Lexi
Sharon Blackwood
as Mrs. Banks
Esosa Idahosa
as Shag
Clark Harris
as Attendant
Brittany Inge
as Girl in Blue Dress
Princess Mbanuzue
as Choreographer/Dancer
Jessica Tillman
as Christina
Paul Brian Johnson
as Officer Jones
Zerrick Williams
as Homeless Man
Donald Paul
as Clark County's Boy
Adriyan Rae
as Candice
Joan Q. Scott
as Lisa
Joshua Morgan Wilson
as Bartender
Lauren Garrett
as Dancer
Alkoya Brunson
as Young Earn
Andrene Ward-Hammond
as Officer Willis
Kenneth Nance Jr.
as Inmate 2
Candace B. Harris
as Fast Food Cashier
De'Anthony Turner
as Joe
Brian Tyree Henry
as Alfred 'Paper Boi' Miles
Charles Walton
as Blue Shirt Guy
Roy Coulter
as Basketball Referee
Damian Lamar Lockhart
as Curtis
Key Jones
as Double/Promo Sleeping Beauty
Marcus Samuel
as Black
Stephen Caudill
as Dude at Airport
Tim McAdams
as Charger Man
Aaron Tyler
as Event Staff
Jonathan Blanchard
as Quartet #1
Whitney Anderson
as Girl in Black Sweatpants
Teresa L. Graves
as Aunt Pearl
Joseph Lewis
as Strange Guy
Toby Dixon
as Cancer Kid
Nate Tong
as Guy
Tony Scott
as Bartender
Anthony G Breed
as Mr. Waters
Ashley Geanett Priest
as Honeymooner
Jason Ligon
as Lisa
Chris Jarell
as Young Benny
Stella Doyle
as Judge
Jacob Crawford
as Engineer
Jordane Christie
as Brandon
Erskine C. Johnson III
as Store Clerk
Lil' Zane
as Lil' Zane
Bret E. Benson
as Officer 1
Alan Boell
as Security Guard #1
Dale Anthony Jennings
as DJ
Orvalle Williams
as Cool Man
Jelani Lofton
as Yogurt Kid
Aj Carr
as Older Kid 2
Damita Jane Howard
as Charger Woman
Diane Sellers
as Lorraine
Marlene B. Russell
as Basketball Fan
Kia Shine
as Bouncer
Kontravious Harrell
as Random Clubber
Sullivan Jones
as Dr. Everette Tillman
Brianna Adamson
as Erica
Moses Jones
as Pizza Stan
Leon Lamar
as Inmate 1
Swift Rice
as Security Guard
Ryan L. Price
as College Police
Jeremy Denzel
as Marcus
Michael Shikany
as Cashier
Craig Elliott Williams
as Victim
Gail Bean
as Nadine
Hye Jin Jang
as Nail Technician
Tyree Edwards
as Bro
Precious Bright
as Alicia
Kenneth Israel
as Cop #1
Josh Ventura
as TJ
Perris Drew
as Male Friend
Mike Whaley
as Daniels
David Silverman
as George
Angela Wildflower
as Ciara
Dawn Halfkenny
as Nia
Dwayne 'Showtim3' Dyke Jr.
as Mall Shopper
Philipp Maximilian
as Ben
Mia Atehortua
as Lottie
Eugene H. Russell IV
as Dude
Niles Stewart
as Antoine/Harrison
Hugh Coles
as Socks
Jan Le
as Sam
Nicci T. Carr
as Mary
Solomon Stephen Simmon
as Teen 2
Dajour Ashwood
as Random Stranger 1
Teisha Speight
as Elise
Jessica Perez
as Fidel's Wife
Alvin Ashby
as Krystal Employee
Lucius Baston
as Chris
Jonathon Pawlowski
as Engineer
Ayanna Wardlow
as Model
Freddie Kuguru
as Zan
Keegan Hunt
as Chris
Cecil Love
as Teddy and Benny's Dad
Nick J. McNeil
as Officer 1
Lauren Michele
as Civilian
Johnnie Gordon
as Dontrelle
Aysia Moorer
as Janice's Friend
Cree Summer
as Kid 1/Kid 2
Gwen Hughes
as Polka Musician
Austin Crute
as Justin Bieber
Clarence Powell
as Self - Partygoer
LaKeith Stanfield
as Darius
Darryl W. Handy
as Grady
Myra Lucretia Taylor
as Earn's Mother/Mrs. Marks
Kenneth De Abrew
as Tanqueray
Marquez Jackson
as Security Guard
Diane Kirby
as Stripper
Clint Magby
as Man
Daniel Annone
as Young Guy
Zach AL-Chokhachi
as Amir
Caroline Arapoglou
as Waitress
Ashley Lauren Thomas
as Assistant
Jejuan Smith
as Cow Man
Talbott Lin
as Crying Chinese Bro
Tywain Titus
as Random Stranger 2/Stranger 2
Amora McClintock
as Kid 1
as Kid
Jasun Jabbar Wardlaw Jr.
as Curtis
Jason Burkey
as Peter Savage

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2016 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2018 | 11 Episodes

Season 3

2021 | 10 Episodes

Season 4

2022 | 8 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) 2016


African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA)

Best TV Comedy


African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA)

Top 10 TV Shows

Critics Choice Television Awards 2016


Critics Choice Television Awards

Most Exciting New Series


Critics Choice Television Awards

Best Actor in a Comedy Series


Critics Choice Television Awards

Best Comedy Series

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