For starters, season 2 has been given the title 'Robbin Season.' So when the mastermind of the Emmy-winning series, Donald Glover, and some of the show's actors and producers were on hand to field questions about the upcoming episodes at the Television Critics Association press tour on Friday in Pasadena, Calif., naturally queries about the new name arose. And will Glover add on subheads to future seasons of Atlanta? . "You might get your package stolen from the front porch", he explained, adding that his neighbor got her auto stolen out of the driveway when they were shooting the second season. ""Robbin" Season' is a metaphor for all our characters".
"It's a tense and desperate time", he said. The network kept referring to the television series as Atlanta Robbin' Season, not Atlanta.
Glover plays Earn Marks, a manger who is trying to elevate his cousin Alfred's (Brian Tyree Henry) career. Tiny Toons Adventures, the animated comedy from the early "90s about young cartoon characters".
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Atlanta returns Thursday, March 1 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on FX. It's just a time that robberies go up - all kinds. Before he left to shoot the Lucasfilm blockbuster, however, Glover assembled his writers room and got the scripts for Atlanta Season 2 ready to go, so when he wrapped Solo last fall, he was ready to move right into production. 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.
"Summer Vacation Tiny Toons episodes were broken up into a bunch of episodes, like eight or nine, but if you watched them all together, it was a movie", he explained. "People just have more stuff, money".
We don't know exactly why Glover chose to call it "Robbin Season", but considering Season 2 is expected to be even greater than the first, the title seems appropriate.
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