Good Day Atlanta viewer information: January 20, 2022

Cast and creatives talk new Freeform series "Single Drunk Female":

The holidays may have come and gone, but cable network Freeform is still in the gift-giving mode, premiering its new comedy series "Single Drunk Female" with back-to-back episodes tonight.

"Single Drunk Female" stars Sofia Black-D’Elia (previously seen on the FOX comedy "The Mick") as Samantha, a young alcoholic forced to move back home with her mother, played by legendary film and television star Ally Sheedy ("The Breakfast Club"). Of course, moving back home means having to deal with all the issues that caused Samantha to drink in the first place — issues she must confront while struggling to clean up her life and become the person she wants to be. 

Although the show takes place outside of Boston, it was filmed here in metro Atlanta - an experience the cast and creative team say was wonderful thanks to the professional crews here and the welcoming atmosphere.

After tonight’s double-episode premiere of on Freeform (starting at 10 p.m.), new episodes will air at 10:30 p.m. on Thursdays. Episodes will also be available for streaming on Hulu the following day.

We recently scored the chance to virtually sit down with "Single Drunk Female" stars Sofia Black-D’Elia and Ally Sheedy, along with show creator Simone Finch and fellow executive producers Jenni Konner and Daisy Gardner. Click the video player in this article to check out our interviews.

Atlanta Hawks unveil history exhibit at State Farm arena honoring Martin Luther King Jr: The new "MLK Wall" will provide an educational experience on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  The exhibit will be located by Atlanta Social on the terrace level of State Farm Arena.

Joe Mantegna talks new Amazon Prime series "As We See It": The series follows Jack (Rick Glassman), Harrison (Albert Rutecki), and Violet (Sue Ann Pien), twenty-something roommates on the autism spectrum, as they strive to get and keep jobs, make friends, fall in love, and navigate the world. With the help of their families, aide, and sometimes even each other, these roommates experience setbacks and celebrate triumphs on their own unique journeys towards independence and acceptance. Series stars Glassman, Rutecki, and Pien all identify as living on the autism spectrum. The series also stars Sosie Bacon as their aide Mandy, Chris Pang as Violet’s brother Van, and Joe Mantegna as Jack’s father Lou. Exclusively on Prime Video on Friday, Jan. 21. Watch the trailer here.

Kyla Pratt and Julian Gant talk new season of FOX's "Call Me Kat": Season 2 of FOX's comedy series Call Me Kat is here. The show follows an optimistic and fun-loving woman who continuously defies societal expectations and her mother's wishes to prove she can live a happy and fulfilling life on her own terms. Her first move? Using her entire savings to open a cat café in Louisville, Kentucky. Across the way, the local piano bar, run by cool, down-to-earth Carter, is the gang's favorite watering hole, where Kat's best friend from college, Max, slings drinks and charms the patrons. All the while, Kat's mother, Sheila, actively keeps tabs on her daughter's romantic life. Kat finds herself in all sorts of predicaments, handling them as only she can -- with joy, humor and positivity. Watch "Call Me Kat" Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. on FOX 5.

Lisa Washington talks cooking with more vegetables: For more information on Lisa Washington follow her on Instagram @lifewilisawashington.

"Ozark" actor Kevin L. Johnson talks about the show's final season:  For more information on Kevin L. Johnson follow him on Instagram @thekevinljohnson.

Pet of the day from PAWS Atlanta: For more information on how you can adopt today's pet of the day click here.