While Abrams is easily this year's most surprising nominee with a Georgia connection, she is far from the only one—several Atlanta-filmed shows and actors with Atlanta ties earned nominations for this year's Primetime Emmy Awards.
The P-Valley showrunner talks about a typical outing to Atlanta's strip clubs, using theater as a vehicle for change, P-Valley’s success, and what Ryan Murphy's directing program taught her about making television.
Watchmen, HBO's incredibly timely hit mini-series, deserves a lot of Emmys. Now, it officially has a chance to take home a bucket of them.
HBO will offer all nine episodes of the critically acclaimed Atlanta-filmed series—which focuses heavily on themes of systemic racism, particularly in the police system—for free this weekend on its website.
What was filming in Atlanta now: How the film industry reacted to COVID-19 and what shot before sets closed
Like everything else, COVID-19 has put a temporary pause on the Hollywood of the South. But here's a roundup of what filmed in early March and how the virus has impacted the industry so far.
Looking for something to stream while social distancing? We've rounded up where you can find tons of Atlanta-filmed movies and TV shows.
Mary (a.k.a. Gamma) offers her knowledge to Gabriel and crew in exchange for the possibility of seeing her nephew. Meanwhile, Alpha and Daryl get in a bloody fight.
What’s filming in Atlanta now? Loki, WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Samaritan, DMZ, and more
Three MCU series—Loki, WandaVision, and Falcon and the Winter Soldier—are filming in town, along with superhero movie Samaritan with Sylvester Stallone
Ruth E. Carter, who won the Oscar for Costume Design for her work in Black Panther, hosted a party for her new H&M collection at Georgia Railroad Freight Depot on February 21 that featured props, personal memorabilia, and costumes she designed for Black Panther, I’m Gonna Git You Sucka, Dolemite Is My Name, Do The Right Thing, and Malcolm X.