Donald Glover’s Atlanta may have concluded after four seasons but fans can seemingly expect more from the world as writer Jamal Olori has said more content is on the way.

Speaking to IGN, Olori said he understands that people are disappointed Atlanta isn’t returning for a fifth season, but he and the team still have “other stories” to tell within the world.

“I’m really happy that everybody got to enjoy the show as a whole and I know a lot of people were disappointed with it ending,” he said. “But you know, we still have… we’re gonna put out other stories and other, you know, more content dealing in… being in the same world essentially.”

It’s unclear exactly what this content will be, but it sounds as though Olori and the Atlanta team may plan to continue the series outside of a traditional TV structure. Whether this materialises as shorts, movies, comics, books, video games, music, or whatever else remains to be seen.

Atlanta began in 2016 as a comedy-drama created by Glover and starring himself alongside Brian Tyree Henry, Lakeith Stanfield, and Zazie Beetz. Olori is credited with writing Season 4’s Born 2 Die and Cancer Attack episodes and has several other credits on the series including as a story editor and staff writer.

In our 8/10 review of the first episode, IGN said: “Endearingly eccentric, Donald Glover’s Atlanta is an engaging new comedy (with a healthy dose of drama) about a couple of guys on the fringes of the music industry.”

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer. He’ll talk about The Witcher all day.

By OngkyF