‘Little Women: Atlanta’, often called ‘Little Women: ATL’, is an American reality television show that airs on Lifetime. It debuted on January 27, 2016, and follows the lives of a group of little women who live in Atlanta, Georgia. The show has Chris Coelen, Eric Detwiler, Mariana Flynn, Terra Jole, Rob Schwarze, and Eli Lehrer as its executive producers. For viewers with a Hulu subscription, they can stream ‘Little Women: Atlanta’ there.
Lifetime realized the popularity that this show would spark when the channel first aired ‘Little Women: LA’ on May 27, 2014. They were right on their money and the original series soon sparked a host of spin-offs which include ‘Little Women: Atlanta’ and others like ‘Little Women: Dallas’, ‘Little Women: NY’ and ‘Little Women: Terra’s Little Family’.
Little Women: Atlanta Cast: Who is in it?
Tiffany “Monie” Cashette, Ashley “Minnie” Ross, Andrea Salinas, Amanda Salinas, and Shirlene “Ms. Juicy” Pearson are all part of the main cast of ‘Little Women: Atlanta’ and have been so in the previous seasons as well. They will also be returning for the upcoming season of the show.
For the upcoming season, Briana Barlup and Emily Fernandez will also be returning. For those unaware, Fernandez was initially part of the ‘Little Women: Atlanta’ cast before moving away to Dallas to be with her family, after she lost her son due to health issues. Known as Right Cheek, Fernandez appeared in another show of the ‘Little Women’ franchise, vis a vis, ‘Little Women: Dallas’, while she was there. However, she is back in Atlanta now.
Little Women: Atlanta Plot: What is it about?
‘Little Women: Atlanta’ has a simple premise. It follows a group of women and their friends in Atlanta and focuses on how they deal with all sorts of drama, friendship, men and their careers. For those unaware, the show’s title is ‘Little Women’ because the cast members are dwarves or have the condition known as dwarfism. The series, produced by Kinetic Content shows us that these little women go through the same things that anyone else would go through.
What is most important about the show is how it seeks to remove any stigma surrounding dwarfism. As a society, we are not proud of it, but we often laugh at dwarves and are generally insensitive to their feelings in our misguided attempts to be funny. ‘Little Women: Atlanta’ changes all that as they show the cast in the most humane light possible. As we follow their aspirations and problems, there is an unconscious embracing of these characters and one might even go to the extent of saying that they sort of become our friends. The show has been growing from strength to strength over the seasons and while the cast may be little, they have all displayed an attitude that is definitely larger than life.