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This is a rolling list of TV shows that are in production in Atlanta, recently wrapped production or will be production soon. I update it on a regular basis. If you see anything out of date, email me at email@example.com.
This compilation does not include news (e.g. HLN/CNN/The Weather Channel) and sports-related programming (e.g. Fox Sports, NBA on TNT) although I have counted ELeague, which is a video-game competition. (I know, I know. Arbitrary to a degree. Sorry!). It also doesn’t feature shows that merely shoot audition episodes here on occasion (“America’s Got Talent,” “So You Think You Can Dance”) or pop in for a relatively brief visit (e.g. A&E’s “The First 48” or HBO’s “Hard Knocks”with the Falcons in 2014).
I am excluding pilots that have not been committed to series.
And there are shows that occasionally shoot in the Savannah area or way outside metro Atlanta that I’ve chosen to exclude. (Mostly films are shot in Savannah, not TV shows, though WGN has moved season 2 of “Underground” to that city and Paula Deen shoots a show there for her website.)
The count of active or upcoming TV series and TV movie productions in metro Atlanta is 74 as of February 7, 2017. In 2011, when I began tracking productions, the number was 25.
I sometimes place shows in “purgatory” if I’m really not sure if they are coming back. And I give networks a passable amount of time before I make that call. BET is especially difficult to get an answer from when they nix shows.
If you want to see what feature films destined for theaters are shooting now as well, this list includes those.
UPCOMING NEW TV SERIES/MINISERIES PRODUCTIONS
“Black Ink Atlanta” VH1 – A spinoff of the “Black Ink” series of shows.
“Lore” Amazon. This will be an unscripted series and, much like the podcast, will tell real-life stories of the “frightening, psychologically disturbing and paranormal true events that spawn our modern-day nightmares,” said executive producer Gale Anne Hurd at Comic Con 2016.
“Supersition” Syfy A scripted supernatural drama created by Mario Van Peeples. Details: “Superstition” centers around the Mosley family, owners of the only funeral home in a fictitious town on the outskirts of New Orleans and keepers of the town’s dark secrets and history. Known for its haunted houses, elevated graveyards, odd townsfolk and rich history of unusual phenomena, the town is also a “landing patch” for the world’s darkest manifestations of fear, guided into the world by an ancient, mysterious malefactor named The Dredge
“The Paynes” OWN Spinoff of “House of Payne” coming in 2018.
“Mama June: From Not to Hot” WE-TV debuts February 24
“Bobcat Goldthwait’s Messed Up Stories “ TruTV
“Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta” WE-TV – Spin-off the original show.
“Married at First Sight: Second Chances” FYI. A spin-off of the original series.
“Ozark” Netflix Produced by, directed by and stars Jason Bateman will film in Canton and Duluth. This will be a return to television and Netflix for the Arrested Development star, who is taking a dramatic turn with Ozark. The show was created by rising feature writer Bill Dubuque (The Judge), and takes place in the dark and dangerous world of drug-money laundering. The series takes its name from the location where it is set, The Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri.
“Brockmire” IFC – Based on a Funny Or Die short, Brockmire centers on a famed Major League Baseball announcer (Hank Azaria) who suffers an embarrassing and very public meltdown on the air after discovering his beloved wife’s serial infidelity. A decade later, Jim Brockmire decides to reclaim his career and love life in a small town, calling minor league ball for the Morristown Frackers, which is owned by strong-willed Jules (Amanda Peet). Set to premiere early next year, the series is written by Joel Church-Cooper (Undateable) and will be directed by Tim Kirkby (Veep). Executive producers are Azaria, Church-Cooper, Kirkby and Funny Or Die’s Mike Farah and Joe Farrell.
“Daytime Divas” VH1 Star Jones project based on her thinly veiled fictional book that recalls her time on “The View.” In production with 2017 start date.
UPCOMING TV MOVIES/MINISERIES
“The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” HBO. Stars Oprah Winfrey.
“Manifesto” Discovery From Discovery: “Manifesto is a fresh and spell-binding take on the Unabomber story that enthralled the nation, and the drama that unfolded behind the headlines. We are excited to bring this psychological thriller to television.”
EXISTING SHOWS THAT ARE ALIVE AND KICKING
“24: Legacy” Fox. A reboot of the “24” series without any of the original characters. Newcomer Corey Hawkins plays the lead hero. Show debuted after the Super Bowl February 5 before landing in its regular slot on February 6.
“The Quad” BET – This show stars Anika Noni Rose as the new president of a fictional historically black college in Atlanta Georgia A&M and her troubles to turn the financial troubles around. Students in the band and football are also featured. Show debuted February 1.
“Hunted” CBS A new one-hour alternative series where people participate in a nationwide manhunt and are challenged to run from some of the world’s most highly skilled investigators. The couples cover the entire state of Georgia, South Carolina and parts of Alabama and Florida. It debuted in January 2017.
“60 Days In” A&E The Fulton County Jail will be home to seasons 3 and 4 of this reality show where individuals voluntarily choose to stay in prison for 60 days. Debuts March 2.
“Yours, Mine or Ours” Bravo reality show. This is about dating couples, engaged couples, married couples, friends and families who are considering merging houses together. It debuted October 3.
“Star” Fox, set to debut in the fall of 2016. Lee Daniels story about three women in Atlanta in the music business as part of a girl group. Queen Latifah and Benjamin Bratt are regulars. The show debuted December 14, 2016.
“Leave it to Stevie” VH1. Spinoff of “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta.” It debuted December 19 for eight episodes.
“Stan Against Evil” IFC –Stan Against Evil follows Stanley Miller (John C. McGinley), a sour, aging bulldog of a New England police sheriff who has recently lost his position as head honcho due to an angry outburst at a most inappropriate moment — his wife’s funeral. Impatient and judgmental, he’s not exactly accepting or kind towards people from different walks of life. When the new, strong-willed sheriff Evie Barret (Janet Varney) opens his eyes to the plague of angry demons haunting their small New Hampshire town, Stan begrudgingly joins an alliance with her to fight them off. McGinley will also serve as producer on Stan Against Evil, which is the brainchild of writer-comedian Dana Gould. It debuted in the fall of 2016 and a second season is coming.
“K-Michelle: My Life” VH1 Season three based in Atlanta now that she has moved back. Debuted December 19.
“Dead Silent” Investigation Discovery. A snap of a twig. A rustling leaf. In the woods, myth, urban legend, and horror collide with real-life killers. Transporting viewers into a vortex of dark mystery and psychological terror, each episode tells the true story of a crime set in a desolate location.First season aired in the fall of 2016.
“Ink Paper Scissors” BET – “Ink, Paper, Scissors” is what goes down every day at Salon Ramsey, Atlanta’s biggest, baddest, one-stop beauty shop. Started by Nas’ go-to barber, Ramsey, this urban empire spans 5 locations and houses over 100 employees including hair stylists, nail technicians, barbers and tattoo artists. At the flagship location, Salon Ramsey is the hotspot for Atlanta’s most demanding customers including celebrities, actresses, rappers, and athletes who come through the doors for every kind of service. But the competition for clients can cause best friends to turn into fierce enemies in a matter of seconds. The outrageous and talented staff sees each other more than they see their own families at this 24-hour shop, so anything can happen…and it always does. “Ink, Paper, Scissors” is produced by T Group for BET Networks, with Jenny Daly and Rob Lobl executive producing. Glenn Carrano also serves as Executive Producer. Season one aired in the fall of 2016.
“MacGyver” CBS. Starring Kell High School grad Lucas Till, he plays a younger MacGyver who has a way with turning ordinary objects into usable solutions. Season one debuted September 23.
“Atlanta” FX. A comedy created and starring Donald Glover focused on Atlanta and the hip-hop scene. Season one debuted Sept. 6 to rave reviews. Second season is a guarantee.
“Hap & Leonard” Sundance This show shot in Baton Rouge, La. season but like WGN’s “Underground” has moved to Georgia for season two. The drama centers on Hap Collins, a white working-class laborer who spent time in federal prison for refusing to be drafted into the military and serve in the Vietnam War. Now In his late 30s, he is just barely making ends meet picking roses on an East Texas plantation. His colleague and lifelong best friend is Leonard Pine, a six-foot-five, gay, black Vietnam vet with anger issues. Leonard was raised by his uncle who shunned him after learning he was gay leaving Hap as his only support in the not so progressive rural South. Season two debuts March 15.
“Too Close to Home” TLC. This Tyler Perry-created series focuses on a young woman who is forced to return to her trailer-park beginnings after her political career is derailed by a sex scandal. Season one debuted in 2016. Season two started January 4.
“Stranger Things” – Netflix – Eight episodes of this supernatural drama set in Indiana starring Winona Ryder and David Harbour is set to begin production in Atlanta in the fall for release sometime in 2016. Variety’s descriptive: “A young boy vanishes into thin air amid an unfolding mystery involving top-secret experiments, terrifying supernatural forces — and a very strange little girl.” It’s like “The Goonies” meets “Stand By Me.” This show debuted July 15, 2016 and has been renewed for a second season.
“ELeague,” TBS – A 10-week Counter-Strike: Global Offensivecompetition, the first season of ELEAGUE sees 24 of the best teams from around the world playing for their share of $1.2 million,
“Greenleaf” OWN – Scripted drama about a megachurch shot in Atlanta, fictionally set in Memphis. Oprah is actively involved and has a small role in it. Season one has concluded and a second season is in production.
“Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge,” NBC, debuted June 8: A reality show shot in Chattahoochee Hills, GA featuring obstacle courses and teams vying for $250,000. Unclear if a second season is coming.
“Quantum Break” Xbox One. This is a show embedded into the game. Creative director Sam Lake explains: “You as a player get to explore those glimpses, and you get to make the decision as to which future will come to pass,” Lake said. “You make that choice, and that is the reality that will happen. Right after that, we go into an episode of the live-action TV show, and the consequences of that come into play in your version of the show. You see that future happening. From that point onwards, the consequences carry on both on the show side and on the game side for the rest of the game.” It came out April 5, 2016. A sequel has not been cleared yet but hasn’t been ruled out either.
“Saints and Sinners” Bounce TV. The network’s first-ever drama series will center around the pursuit of power, intertwined with deceit, greed, corruption and murder – all set against a backdrop of a large southern church. Show debuted March 6, 2016. Season two is coming in 2017.
“Secret Lives of Americans” S2 4 ep doc series for Pivot TV
“Preachers of Atlanta” Oxygen. The description,released on November 19, 2015: Through the lens of five pastors with drastically different approaches to their ministry, “Preachers of Atlanta” explores many of the most hot-button and polarizing issues in America today. From passionate discussions surrounding the validity of unorthodox ministry methods to first-person accounts of the rippling and emotional effects of racial tensions with law enforcement, these unconventional preachers have no boundaries when it comes to tackling real issues that affect real people in their communities. The five preachers challenging the status quo are Pastor Corey Hambrick, Pastor Le’Andria Johnson, Pastor Canton Jones, Pastor Kimberly Jones-Pothier, and Pastor Judah Swilley. Season concluded in March, 2016. Unclear if it’s coming back.
“Little Women Atlanta” Lifetime. A spinoff of the original “Little Women” reality show. It debuted in 2015. Third season airing now.
“From the Bottom Up” Centric. Five women who have had scandals of some sorts try to resurrect their lives. It debuted season one. Second season has aired.
“The Rap Game” Lifetime. The next big rap star is about to be unleashed when five emerging young hip hop artists, ages 12 to 16 years old, are given the opportunity to rhyme and flow with highly sought after producer, Jermaine Dupri .Season one debuted in early 2016. Season 3 is airing now.
“Selling It: In the ATL” WE-TV. This is similar to “Cutting It: In the ATL” and aired in November, 2015. The show follows seven diverse female professionals who are changing the face of Atlanta real estate. Show didn’t do nearly as well as “Cutting It” so it’s still very much in the air. After a long delay, WE-TV has given the show a second season though no date has been set.
“Rickey Smiley For Real” TV One. The show debuted in November, 2015. Reality show featuring Rickey Smiley’s personal and work life debuting in November. Shooting is split between work home Atlanta and Birmingham, Smiley’s hometown. Third season airing now.
“Flipping Virgins” HGTV. This is a reality show about people new to flipping homes. It sounds like a spin-off of “Property Virgins.” It is set to debut in September 15 with Egypt Sherrod of “Property Virgins” fame as host. The show has been renewed for a second season, set to air in 2017.
“Born Again Virgin” TV One. It’s about a 30-something female blogger who decides to become a “virgin again” and stay platonic while chronicling the love lives of her two best friends. Second season aired earlier this year.
“Atlanta Plastic” Lifetime. A reality show about three local plastic surgeons (Dr. Wright Jones, Dr. Marcus Crawford and Dr. Aisha McKnight-Baron) which finished its first round of episodes. Season two began March 25, 2016.
“Cutting It in the ATL” WE-TV – Five Atlanta salon owners battle things out in a new reality show debuted May 21. (Details here.) This show’s second season concluded.
“Your Worst Nightmare” ID (season two debuted in November 2015) This show uses classic suspense film techniques to follow some of the creepiest, most harrowing crimes ever committed, as these victims’ darkest dreams become unfathomable realities.
“Swamp Murders” ID (season four airing)
“Sleepy Hollow” Fox (fourth season airing): This show shot its first two seasons in Wilmington, N.C. but North Carolina cut back its film and TV tax credits. Atlanta became a more financially enticing option. It’s began shooting in Conyers in 2015 during season three.
“Archer” FX (season seven ended, seasons 8, 9 and 10 guaranteed)
“Home Free” Fox – A reality show which debuted in the summer of 2015 in which worthy families compete for a free home by battling in challenges in run-down homes. The twist last year is every contestant got a house. The second season featured people helping others to have a house.. Aired season two this past summer.
“Dish Nation” syndicated talk show seen on Fox 5 at 7 p.m. and midnight. (fourth season airing now featuring Rickey Smiley’s crew but only Smiley himself part time)
“Family Feud” syndicated game show, shown locally on the CW at 7 and 7:30 p.m. weekdays (sixth season airing)
“Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court,” syndicated judge show, on the CW at 1 p.m. weekdays (fourth season airing
“T.I. and Tiny” VH1 (sixth season aired)
“Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” VH1. (sixth season forthcoming)
“Married To Medicine” Bravo (fourth season airing now)
“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” Bravo (season nine airing now)
“Survivor’s Remorse” Starz (third season concluded, fourth season forthcoming)
“7 Little Johnsons” TLC – A reality show set in Forysth County about a family with multiple kids with dwarfism. (second season completed, third season set to air later this year)
“Chrisley Knows Best” USA -The Chrisleys moved to Nashville in 2016 during season four but many of their family members remain in Georgia, where the show is still shot part time. Season 5 returns February February 21, 2017.
“Being Mary Jane” BET (fourth season airing)
“The Originals” the CW (fourth season coming in 2017)
“Vampire Diaries” the CW (eighth and final season airing)
“The Walking Dead” AMC (season seven airing)
“Halt and Catch Fire” AMC (fourth and final season returns in 2017)
“Squidbillies” Adult Swim (ninth season aired)
“Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell” Adult Swim (third season aired in the fall of 2016 )
“For Better or Worse” OWN (fourth season concluded, one more season left)
“The Haves and the Have Nots” OWN (season five debuted January 3)
“If Loving You Is Wrong” OWN (third season concluded)
“Love Thy Neighbor” OWN (fourth season concluded, one more season left)
“Don’t Be Tardy” Bravo (fifth season concluded)
“Sunday Best” BET (eighth season completed summer 2015). Yolanda Adams told me in September the show will return in 2017 after taking a hiatus in 2016.
SHOWS THAT SHOOT PART TIME IN ATLANTA
“SWV Revisited” WE-TV (second season concluded)
“Braxton Family Values” WE-TV (sixth season begun)
SHOWS UP IN THE AIR (which means not officially cancelled but probably are)
“Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta” TLC (ninth season concluded, show on hiatus)
“Like a Boss” Oxygen. Nick Cannon is an executive producer. Show debuted March 29, 2016. Here’s the description: Being a boss is tough, but being an assistant is impossible. This project follows the dynamic and hard-working assistants to the biggest mavens and moguls in the Atlanta entertainment scene from celebrities to record executives. . Featuring Amber Grimes, assistant to media mogul Nick Cannon; Devin Simpson assistant to successful real estate agent Blair Myers; Rian Parish, assistant to popular radio personality Big Tigger; and Drekia Glenn assistant to music executive Abou “Bu” Thiam, Ratings were abysmal. I am quickly placing this in gray area for that reason.
“Here We Go Again” TV One. Debuted February 9, 2016, this multi-generational comedy series stars LeToya Luckett (“Single Ladies”), Wendy Raquel Robinson (“The Game”) and Kyndall Ferguson. Show cancelled after one season.
“Elbow Room” HGTV (fourth season aired, retired in 2015)
“Rectify” Sundance (fourth and final season ended in the fall of 2016)
“Killing Reagan” TV movie NatGeo aired fall of 2016
“Zoe Ever After” BET – New sitcom starring Brandy Norwood, who is an executive producer. Brandy plays a recently separated mother who had been married to a pro boxer. Zoe is also embarking on her own cosmetics line. The first season was shot here in the fall but is set in New York City. First season concluded in February, 2016. Silence at this point tells me it isn’t coming back.
“Frankie and Neffe” BET (second season concluded) – It hasn’t aired in a long time. BET has never confirmed it has been cancelled but I am assuming it is.
“Property Virgins” HGTV (After 18 seasons, show now on hiatus. Might come back later.)
“Devious Maids” Lifetime – Show was cancelled officially on September 21, 2016 after four seasons.
“Separation Anxiety” TBS – Relationship-based game show hosted by Iliza Schlesinger shot at Turner Studios. Launched in March but it was cancelled after one season.
“Powers” PlayStation Sony TV (season two began airing May 31, 2016): “Powers” is an edgy dramatic series that follows the lives of two homicide detectives, Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim, who are assigned to investigate cases involving people with superhuman abilities. Cancelled August 3, 2016.
“Lost in Transmission” History Channel. (first season concluded in June, 2015) Senoia’s Rutledge Wood of “Top Gear” fame and fellow car fanatic George Flanigen are hitting the road with one mission: rescue and restore America’s most under-appreciated classic cars. I will leave this as a Georgia show for now, though the person will be traveling nationwide.
“My Diet Is Better Than Yours” ABC The show features celebrity trainers using their own methods to help average folks lose weight. Show debuted January 7. A second season is not forthcoming.
“Get Swank’d” FYI A new makeover reality show that aired in late summer of 2015. It was not renewed.
“Meet the Smiths” TBS About former NBA player Kenny Smith. He lives in Los Angeles but works for TBS’s ‘Inside the NBA’ so he pops into Atlanta for work. (aired in the spring of 2015 for one season)
“BET ComicView” BET Comeback season aired in early 2015, but BET as of mid-2016, the network had said nothing about it coming back. The presumption as of mid-2016 is that it’s dead and gone.
“Game of Silence” NBC (lasted one season) – The show is based on the Turkish format Suskunlar and centers on a rising Atlanta-based attorney (Revolution‘s David Lyons) on the brink of success who could lose his perfectly crafted life when his long-lost childhood friends unexpectedly reappear after 25 years. Show debuted April 12, 2015. A month later, NBC said it wasn’t coming back.
“Containment” the CW – The description, which sounds nothing like “The Walking Dead,” ahem: “When a mysterious and deadly epidemic breaks out in Atlanta, a vast urban quarantine is quickly enforced, forcing those stuck on the inside to fight for their lives while local and federal officials desperately search for a cure. Trying to keep the peace on the streets is police officer Lex Carnahan, who has quickly risen through the ranks of the Atlanta PD.” Debuted April 19 but the CW three weeks later said it wasn’t coming back for a second season.
“Love & Hip Hop Atlanta: The After Show” VH1 (aired live after “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta”) Host Big Tigger told me in March, 2016 that VH1 is planning some sort of “Watch What Happens Live” type show that negates the need for the Atlanta after show.
“Satisfaction” USA second season concluded. I was shocked this show even got a second season. It got cut before a third season could come to be.
“Finding Carter” MTV (second season concluded)
“Brothers in Atlanta” HBO Two struggling black entertainers coping with life in Atlanta. Maya Rudolph and Jaden Smith guest star. Debut date not set. CANCELLED BEFORE IT EVEN BEGAN
“Dancin’ the Dream” Up TV – A reality show featuring hip-hop dancers in Atlanta. Debuted September 12, 2015. Not renewed.
“Fake Off” TruTV (second season concluded in 2015, show cancelled this fall)
“The Red Road” Sundance (second season ended May 7, 2015, no word on a third)
“Mother Funders” Bravo. (one season and out) On March 30, 2015, the network released info about this show: “Meet the ambitious suburban ladies of Locust Grove, Georgia’s Parent-Teacher Organization. These moms are a real class act, parlaying their executive room experience to run the local PTO and raise thousands of dollars for the town’s local elementary school. Full of teachable moments, they give new meaning to “getting schooled.” True Entertainment (the production company that makes “The Real Housewives of Atlanta”) is involved. A preview debuted Sunday, May 10. Show officially began June 14. Given the community reaction to it and the fact the PTO was dissolved temporarily tells me there is no way they’d be able to bring this back even if Bravo wanted to.
“Aqua Teen” Adult Swim (11th and final season debuted in June, 2015 under the new name “Aqua Tivo Avoidance Plan”
“Complications” USA Network [debuted June 18, 2015 at 9 p.m., canceled after one season] . From “Burn Notice” creator Matt Nix and Fox TV Studios, this new series stars Jason O’Mara as an ER doctor. But it’s not a traditional medical show. Rather, it’s more an action/thriller after O’Mara’s character shoots and kills a gang member in self defense and that leads to, well. complications.
“The Game” BET (ninth and final season concluded August 5, 2015)
“Untitled Jay Williams Project” (Working Title – Premieres September 2015) OWN –
Jay Williams is an Atlanta man with 34 children from 17 women. He was featured in a multi-episode arc on “Iyanla: Fix My Life” and now gets his own show. (It was nixed on June 5, 2015 before the show even aired.)
“2 Fat 2 Fly” (season one concluded in spring of 2015) OWN Although this show features two Columbia, S.C. truck food owners, the Georgia film office schedule shows they spent three months in Atlanta through mid-December.
“Red Band Society” Fox (one season, cancelled in 2015)
“Constantine” NBC (one season, cancelled in 2015)
“Resurrection” ABC (two seasons, then cancelled in 2015)
“R&B Divas Atlanta” TV One (season three aired in 2014. TV One nixed the show in 2015.)
“The Rickey Smiley Show” TV One (three seasons from 2012-14. Show officially canceled in 2015.)
“Kim of Queens” Lifetime (second season concluded with a few remaining episodes to air in April, 2015. But it is not coming back)
“Atlanta Exes” VH1 (lasted one season in mid-2014)
“Let’s Stay Together” BET (lasted four seasons, 55 episodes)
“Chozen” FX (nixed after one season)
“Drop Dead Diva” Lifetime (lasted six seasons)
“Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” TLC (lasted four seasons and would have lasted longer if Mama June hadn’t gotten back together with a man who had molested her oldest daughter. )
“Prepper Hillbillies” Destination America (the lead character died earlier this year so the network decided to respectfully conclude the show after one season)
“Sorority Sisters” VH1 This show debuted Dec. 15, 2014 but was dead by January 16, 2015 after black sororities and fraternities raised a major fuss, going after advertisers. Then the sororities booted or suspended several of the members, which guaranteed its death.
“The Carbonaro Effect” TruTV (three seasons completed) Season four shot in Chicago.
“The Detour” TBS. Producer Samantha Bee described this edgy comedy as thus: “Jason Jones is the dad, and Natalie Zea, who’s right beside me, is playing his wife. They have two kids, two 11-year-old twins, and they’re going on a seven-day vacation. But I think there might be a detour along the way, or possibly numerous detours.” This debuted April 11, 2016 and was renewed for a second season but it was shot in New York.
“Married at First Sight” FYI third season – This gimmicky reality show which has a simple concept that is explained in the title moves to Atlanta. Season 3 concluded. Season four is coming but not sure where it will be shot but it doesn’t appear to be here.
“Off the Chain” Bounce TV (first two season shot in Atlanta, third season in Los Angeles, not sure what where the fourth season will be shot.)
“Property Brothers” HGTV The brothers shot a part of its last season in Atlanta but has since moved on to other cities.
“Megadens‘ DIY .The first couple of seasons were shot here but it has since moved on.
“Single Ladies” Centric (fourth season set to debut in 2015 after moving from VH1. Surprisingly, the show is
“Quantico” ABC (for 2015-16 season Tuesdays at 10 debuting Sept. 27) – The pilot was shot here but producers decided to move the show to Montreal. Sadly, Atlanta does at best a mediocre job replicating NYC although “Anchorman 2” and “Hindsight” tried. Presumably, Montreal is better. Here’s the plotline: a diverse group of recruits have arrived at the FBI Quantico Base for training. They are the best, the brightest and the most vetted, so it seems impossible that one of them is suspected of masterminding the biggest attack on New York City since 9/11.
Previous compilations of TV shows shot in metro Atlanta: and/or tracking how many shows in production
July 2016: 70 shows or films
July, 2015: 63 shows or films
March, 2015: 52 shows