FX‘s what do we do in the shadows earned 7 amy Award nominations for Season 3 on Tuesday, including Outstanding Comedy Series for Executive Producer and Outstanding Writing on a Comedy Series Stephanie Robinson,
Robinson is particularly proud of what the entire team was able to build amid an ongoing pandemic that comes with its own set of unique challenges.
“After what we’ve been doing for the past two years, working on the show, spending time with the writers and the cast has been such an incredible escape for me,” Robinson told Deadline after the nominations on Tuesday. “Season 3 was shot in the middle of the pandemic. We had to leave our homes and our families during the lockdown to make the show. In that sense, this show means a lot to me. It was this strange madness from the overwhelming things happening in the world. I hope people felt it when they saw it. We wanted to give everyone a place where they could forget all the heavy stuff and laugh.”
Season 4 brings the madness and hilarity what do we do in the shadowsCurrently airing Tuesday Nights, led by toddler Colin Robinson (Mark Proxchow) which no one has found out yet. Now the boring energy-sucking vampire of earlier seasons, who he will become when he grows up is still unknown.
“I would say that baby Colin Robinson does not age in the same way that human babies do. It is a very supernatural aging process that may or may not be faster or slower than the natural development of a human child,” she said.
Baby Colin Robinson explores the dilapidated vampire house and its residents, primarily their caregiver Laszlo (Matt Berry,
“We were really excited to explore the character of Laszlo, who we have known about the city as this guy above all and the character of the kind, then to be such a nurturing person. , ” He said. “He’s not the most nurturing person in the world, but he has his own perspective on child-rearing. Taking on this new role will change that because he has to think of someone other than himself. He’s a very selfish person. , which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but that’s why he chooses to be a vampire. To quote him directly, he became a vampire to live, drink blood and f*** forever. Hopefully That being raised by Laszlo would turn Colin Robinson into a more exciting type of vampire.
For the fourth season in a row, Guillermo de la Cruz (Harvey Guillen) is re-evaluating his loyalty to the vampires who don’t appreciate him in the least. Will being around his family make him reevaluate his life and make a real change?
“Last time we saw him, Guillermo was unintentionally stuck in that truck and sent to London by Lazlo with Nadja (Natasia Demetrio). This season fans will get to see a different side of Guillermo. This show I have a recurring joke that they treat her so badly but I feel like this time we look more into her thought process. I like the way she evaluates her relationship with the Vampire doing, that is through his relationship with his family,” she revealed.
He continued, “There’s an episode this season that deals with Guillermo’s natural instincts and, by extension, his family. [connected to their Van Helsing lineage], He’s also having to deal with having this co-dependent relationship with the vampire, as well as keeping it under control. You will see that his trip to London is eye-opening and you will see him go out into the world and finally ask yourself what does he really want from life, who does he want to be, and who does he want to spend his time with with? He’s kind of growing up.”