Donald Glover's FX series Atlanta has been one of the breakthrough television hits this year. Described by Glover himself as "Twin Peaks for rappers," the show turned out to be a much-needed breath of fresh air in the TV landscape, providing strong social commentary alongside great storytelling.

Highly lauded for being one of the realest scripted shows to hit the small screen in a long time, it's clear that Glover's ode to his hometown has come at just the right time. Acting as writer, director, producer and actor on the show, Glover is ever the renaissance man, with his clear vision perfectly executed.

Last night rang in the finale of season 1, with widespread acclaim from fans and critics alike. While a second season has been confirmed, there is no anticipated date, with rumors suggesting it could be a full year away. So while it's still fresh in our minds, here's how Twitter reacted to Atlanta's season finale.

Fans were sad to see the end....for now


There's nothing but love

The ending was a big topic *subtle spoilers*

And the people want more, much more

Until next time...

Even if you've watched the series, read up on why Atlanta is the kitchen-sink drama 2016 needed.

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