It’s been a long wait but the third season of “Atlanta” is back, and star/creator Donald Glover visited “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” to discuss the return of his critically acclaimed FX comedy, which last aired in 2018.

Host Jimmy Kimmel kicked things off by referencing Glover’s shaved head, referencing the Oscars from two nights earlier.

“Now don’t slap me, but you’re bald,” Kimmel joked.

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“I’m not Earn anymore, I just took it all off,” said Glover, referencing his “Atlanta” character. “My middle child says, ‘Daddy looks weird’… which I do, to him.”

Discussing the new season of “Atlanta”, he explained why the new season’s debut episode doesn’t feature his character until the final moments.

“It is kind of dangerous to do it [not feature the show’s main characters], but I always just wanted it to be like a movie…. I always want everything I do to be like an event,” he said, explaining he was aiming at a story that was “harrowing and cinematic.”

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Glover also talked about his musical alter ego Childish Gambino, whose last album was 2016’s Awaken, My Love! According to Glover, he’s been “making a lot of music… I really love doing it, I’ve made a bunch of it.” He did not, however, reveal when fans might be hearing any of it.

Asked about reports that he’s reprising Lando Calrissian in a new “Star Wars” project for Disney+, Glover would neither confirm nor deny.

“Am I?” he replied.