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. Glover is influenced by music in everything he does so we can't put this connection past him. But that doesn't mean there will be new titles for every season moving forward, either. It's just a time that robberies go up - all kinds. Packages will get stolen off porches, where we were shooting my neighbor got her vehicle stolen. "Season two, we have a general idea of how we wanted the season to feel like". When we were there shooting the season, my neighbor got her auto stolen. 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.
The highly experimental and stylized show was an instant hit with both viewers and critics, as Atlanta earned award after award. The reason for the title switch isn't clear, but the change fits with the show's quirky humor, which often veers in directions rarely seen in network television comedies. "We always kept trying to do something different for the new season".
Glover explained that he didn't want to repeat what happened in Season 1, and Season 2 will tell a larger story in pieces - How I Spent My Summer Vacation was a film divided into bits that could be enjoyed individually.
Glover added, "That was our favorite as kids". "You laugh but that was a really good mini group that they did".
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Long in development, then long in hiatus, Donald Glover's Atlanta is shrouded in constant mystery.
"They were broken up into a bunch of episodes but if you watched them all together they were a movie", Stephen Glover said.
Director Hiro Murai adds that they chose to use that format to "set up the audience to approach the show differently". "We picked a lane a little bit more". Because I think that's part of our making art is that we're in this together. We thrive the most when we slightly don't know what we're doing.