Instead of the standard "season 2" naming, Atlanta has gone with "Robbin' Season'", a term, originating in Atlanta itself, for the period leading up to Christmas when there's a big spike in domestic robberies. Season two is called "Robbin Season", and there's a new trailer for us to watch.
"Everybody gotta eat" says Darius in the trailer.
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It shows Paper Boi (Brian Tyree Henry) tepidly doing promos for a radio station, Earn (Donald Glover) sleeping on a couch in a storage unit and Darius (Lekeith Stanfield) observing, "Robbin' season".
Creator, star, writer and EP Donald Glover's younger brother and fellow writer and executive producer Stephen Glover explained the concept of "Robbin Season" to journalists back at TCA in January. Glover won the Emmys for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series, and took home the Golden Globe for best comedy actor, too.
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Glover opened up about the inspiration behind season two of Atlanta at FX's Television Critics Association press tour last month. It's a very tense and desperate time.
The first teaser for Atlanta season 2 (aka Robbin' Season) was really about setting the mood, but this new trailer arriving from FX this morning features a ton of footage from the actual episodes. "So we kind of made that the backdrop to the season and our characters are kind of going through that same desperate kind of transition".
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