"Robbin' Season is kind of like a metaphor for all of our characters". Season 2 will be set during that time, and it will be the backdrop of the season when characters are going through "that desperate transition" that much of the Atlanta of Atlanta goes through. Soon after, Glover began developing Atlanta and finished up his Grammy-nominated second studio album, Because the Internet, under the stage name Childish Gambino. If Donald Glover has anything to say about it: Tiny Toon Adventures.
FX officially announced that the acclaimed television series will be returning to the small screen on March 1st at 10 PM. "So we didn't look back and be like, 'What are the things that will make people happy?' We really just tried to beat ourselves". I just want them to think, to be honest. It's just a time that robberies go up - all kinds. "Everybody does seasons. The theme we wanted to go for was this". After a collective chuckle from the assembled critics, Glover added, "It's a good show". So how do you top that in season two?
"It's a time in Atlanta, before Christmastime and New Year's".
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"They were broken up into a bunch of episodes but if you watched them all together they were a movie", Stephen Glover said. "It was our favorite as kids".
"I think what's important with Season 2 is making sure that people understand how it feels to live in the city of Atlanta", story editor Stephen Glover told IndieWire last summer. "You enjoy them more when they're all together, but you can also enjoy them in bits", Glover said. Also, it's worth noting there's a song called "Robbin' Season" by Migos affiliate Shy Glizzy out of Washington, D.C. If you watched Season 1, you know what Atlanta did to bring "Bad and Boujee" into the culture.
Director Hiro Murai adds that they chose to use that format to "set up the audience to approach the show differently". "We got to try a lot of weird experimental stuff".