'Atlanta' Season 2 Gets Confirmed Release Date


"Donald Glover serves as Executive Producer, along with Paul Simms, Dianne McGunigle and Stephen Glover".

One thing Stanfield said about the second season that the network confirms is the second season is being called Atlanta Robbin' Season. "Basically, a bunch of crime happens in the city right during that time". "You might get your package stolen off your front porch".

Speaking at the Television Critics Association press tour Friday, creator and star Donald Glover said that he took inspiration from season two of FX's Emmy-winning half-hour series from "Tiny Toon Adventures", the '90s children's animated program about kid versions of Warner Bros.' Looney Tunes characters. "It's a tense and desperate time", said EP/writer Stephen Glover, "we wanted it to be a metaphor for our characters". The new season which will premiere on March 1, will continue to follow young manager Earn Marks (Donald Glover) as he tries to get his cousin Alfred Miles' (Brian Tyree Henry) rap career off the ground. It's no wonder that the release of the second season's premiere date was so highly anticipated. "You laugh, but Tiny Toons Adventures was wonderful". It's just a time that robberies go up - all kinds.

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FX's description of Season 2 doesn't really say much more than what viewers already know, but it's good to see everyone back: "In "Atlanta Robbin" Season, ' two cousins work through the Atlanta music scene in order to better their lives and the lives of their families".

"Tiny Toons How I Spent My Summer Vacation was broken up into eight or nine episodes but when watched together, they played like a movie". "We had this idea like, yeah, a whole story, but being told in a bunch of little parts". "People just have more stuff, money. You enjoy them more when they're together", said Glover about his episodic structure for season 2.

This article originally ran on September 21, 2016 and will be updated to reflect new information.