FX has greenlighted Donald Glover’s new comedy series, Atlanta. The 32-year-old rapper, comedian and Community actor has signed with FX to star in the upcoming series. Glover has also created and will executively produce Atlanta.

Donald GloverDonald Glover at the TIFF premiere of The Martian, September 2015.

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Atlanta will reportedly follow two cousins as they attempt to make it in the rap scene in Atlanta.

In addition to Glover, the series will star Brian Tyree Henry (Boardwalk Empire, The Knick), Lakeith Lee Stanfield (Straight Outta Compton) and Zazie Beetz (Applesauce). 

Paul Simms for FX Productions and Dianne McGunigle and MGMT Entertainment also have executive producer credits.

Hiro Murai is set to direct. Murai has previously worked with Glover (as Childish Gambino) on two of his music videos. 

FX has given the go-ahead to the ten part series. Each episode will be half an hour long and the series is set to premiere in 2016.

As Variety reports, FX’s president of original programming Nick Grad issued a statement following the announcement of FX greenlighting Atlanta:

Atlanta draws on Donald’s considerable talents as a musician, actor and writer to give us something unique. The story is made all the more powerful by the great cast and the contributions of Donald’s fellow executive producer Paul Simms and director Hiro Murai. We can’t wait to for the debut of Atlanta next year.”

Glover is best known for his role as Troy Barnes on Community, in which he starred between 2009 and 2014. He has since appeared in Magic Mike XXL and The Martian

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