With so many streaming services out (and more on the way), you'd think people would be tired of shows on actual TV. Nope, with all the Netflix and Hulu originals out there, we still crave those old fashioned shows that come on our favorite channels. For Georgians and fans everywhere, we're going to have to wait even longer for our beloved Atlanta season 3 to come out and fans are not taking it well.\nMulti-talented screenwriter Donald Glover created this amazing show and fans feel like he's slowly taking it away. Atlanta, which premiered on FX in 2016, chronicles the dangerous life and too funny to be real moments of local rapper Paper Boi (played by Brain Tyree Henry) and his forever struggling manager and cousin, Earn (played by Glover).\nFans related to these characters on a multitude of levels. Paper Boi being "famous" locally, but wanting to growing outside of the walls of Atlanta is a story and life that many Atlantan musicians live right now.\nWith the music industry booming here, and classic artists like Outkast coming from these very streets, it's easy to see the possibility of getting out of the A.\nEarn is a well-hearted Atlantan who truly tried his best, but unfortunately does so like a deer caught in headlights, so his best is just never quite enough. Money is a constant struggle and his only true option is to get Paper Boi out of Georgia and into the face of major music players.\nView this post on Instagram You’re Paper Boi, right? A post shared by Atlanta (@atlantafx) on Nov 12, 2018 at 1:05pm PST\nSeason 2 ends with the beginning of this happening; Paper Boi books a nation-wide tour with another local rapper who's fame is growing a bit more quicker than his. Without giving any spoilers (just in case you want to catch up), the season leaves fans with a crazy cliffhanger and thinking "WTF?"\nThe last episode premiered May 2018 and fans have been not-so-patiently waiting for news on the season 3 release date. Well, they received their much awaited answer from FX chairman John Landgraf on his Television Critics Association winter press tour yesterday (Jan. 9).\nView this post on Instagram 😁 A post shared by Bundy Hampton (@lakeithstanfield3) on Jan 9, 2020 at 6:13pm PST\nFans can expect to see new episodes of season 3 in January 2021, and season 4 is slated to premiere fall of next year as well. So while watchers are getting wo seasons in a year (supposedly), fans are absolutely tired of waiting.\nDiehard-watchers complained ferverishly under Lakeith Stanfield's Instagram post that pictured the main cast with the 2021 announcement along with a mere smiley emoji in the caption.\nView this post on Instagram Real ones. This group of men is so creative, loving, and weird. I remember the weekend before I went to shoot season one, my boyfriend and I got into a fight, and it ended with me sobbing that he didn’t “understand that I was going to die when I go down there. There is only a black cloud in front of me and I am going to die.” I really believed that. There was nothingness in my future. This was before I began seriously addressing my issues with anxiety. And look at this photo! I am so happy, so grateful to have gotten to know these open, questioning, searching, and brave souls. We have been on this journey together, and I am genuinely so happy about it. I didn’t die. There was no black cloud. Atlanta in the spring is actually quite floral! That helped me a lot. I’m not saying I had an easy time emotionally, but I really worked at trying to remain open and available to the world while not punishing myself for feeling out of place or like an imposter! I still get panic attacks, and need to manage my anxiety daily, but I understand his part of myself so much better now and can navigate those feelings a lot more efficiently and effectively. It’s never easy. Even with this new lifestyle. I’d actually say it’s been harder since my life changed- but it’s empowering to not deny this part of yourself and to give yourself permission to listen to your body, seek the help that you need, and approach self care in a way that honors your soul and your mind. A post shared by Zazie (@zaziebeetz) on Aug 17, 2018 at 10:19pm PDT\nComments (over 2,200 of them) were filled with "I've lost momentum.. On to something new. It was good while it lasted tho.." which Lakeith replies (and with the same sentiment to many others), "oh you gunna get that momentum back don't trip."\nWith so much time in between now and then, you have all the time to catch up on all the other seasons along with all the other great scripted shows streaming right now, because there are truly hundreds.