According to FX, a deal was made with Glover to extend the “Atlanta” episodes and to create additional shows. The show is about the rap business in Georgia’s big city, and it won the Golden Globe for best TV parody, with Glover winning best actor for a comedy.

New shows won’t be released until 2018, be that as it may. FX consented to the postponement on the grounds that Glover has an up and coming motion picture part to focus on. He’s set to play a youthful Lando Calrissian in the next “Star Wars” film that is an anthology about a youthful Han Solo, being played by Alden Ehrenreich.

“American Crime Story,” is another FX favorite that won’t be back until one year from now. Its story will focus on Hurricane Katrina and it is being filmed in New Orleans, where the storm season only allows a restricted timeframe where shooting could be possible.

FX has a high-tolerance for long postponements of television shows. “Fargo” is going to come back from being MIA, and “Louie” returns all depends on the star of the show, Louis C.K. and if he feels like it.

The chief of FX Networks, John Landgraf had this to say about their shows and schedules, “Given the choice between having it on schedule and having happy, committed talent and have it good, we’ll take it later and take it good.”