Donald Glover’s comedy-drama “Atlanta” preimeres this Fall Before hits the screen in Spider-Man: Homecoming next summer, actor Donald Glover, known as Childish Gambino will stars in series “Atlanta” on FX. The “3005” rapper credits include “30 Rock” and “Community.” His latest project, “Atlanta,” is an upcoming semi-autobiographical comedy-drama television series that follows two cousins navigating their way in the Atlanta rap scene in an effort to improve their lives and the lives of their families. Written by Glover, he plays Earnest “Earn” Marks, whose failed attempts at stardom are overshadowed by his cousin’s Alfred ‘Paper Boi’ Miles (Brian Tyree Henry) new-found fame as Atlanta’s new hip-hop act. Marks raises his daughter with his girlfriend Van (Zazie Beetz). Keith Stanfield (Straight Outta Compton) plays Darius, Earn’s sidekick and right-hand man. Glover, who grew up in Atlanta and also works as a musician stated that “the city influenced the tone of the show.” “There really isn’t a limit to how abstract you can get, as long as you believe it,” he said about the aesthetics of the series. reports eurweb.com. “I want people to feel scared because that’s what it feels like to be black,” Glover said. “Amazing things can happen, but it can be taken away in a moment.” Donald Glover serves as Executive Producer, along with Paul Simms and Dianne McGunigle. “Atlanta” is produced by FX Productions. The series is scheduled to premiere on September 6 on FX.