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Dramedy In Motion: Blending Genre With ‘Atlanta’

By Jacob Oller Donald Glover makes genre collisions look easy. ometimes the meshing of genres is an inevitable development of a show over time. It’s how Game of Thrones became much more military over the years and how Parks and Recreation abandoned much of its mockumentary trappings in favor of relatively straight-forward rom-com fun. A show that’s nailed […] The article Dramedy In Motion: Blending Genre With ‘Atlanta’ appeared first on Film School Rejects.
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