Published: Tue, January 09, 2018
Sport | By Wilson Duncan

Donald Glover Drew 'Atlanta' Season 2 Inspiration From 'Tiny Toons'

Donald Glover Drew 'Atlanta' Season 2 Inspiration From 'Tiny Toons'

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We can't wait for this Atlanta to return for Season 2 and we're hoping this is just the first of many previews to come. Donald Glover said. "I think that's something people don't realize. You might get your package stolen from the front porch", Stephen said. "You enjoy them more when they're all together but you can also enjoy them in little bits". We tried to make the first season feel like you don't really know what's next because that's what really living is and that's what we're being paid to do. It's a very tense and desperate time so we wanted to make that a backdrop to our season and our characters are going through that same type of transition their whole lives to where they're headed now.

Speaking at the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Friday, Glover explained - to confused laughter - that one of the biggest influences on Season 2, which is called Atlanta Robbin' Season, wasa 1992 straight-to-video animated film featuring the baby versions of Looney Toons characters. Black people have to make a choice. "It's hard." Glover said it was "surreal" that his brother, Stephen, rented an Airbnb two houses away from where they grew up. One night, production suspended filming because of a shootout.


"Even the title Robbin' Season is sort of setting up the audience to approach the show differently, and it's putting a different frame around the show", said director Hiro Murai.

Set in the emerging Trap scene in the Athens of the South, Atlanta follows "Earnest "Earn" Marks" (Glover) as he tries to boost the rapping career of his cousin "Alfred "Paper Boi" Miles" (Brian Tyree Henry). "Not that you forget your old life, but now it's different, so what do you do?" You can't be a famous drug dealer.

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