[Cinematographer Michael Watson]: “When we were filming almost two years ago, none of these Black Lives Matter protests were really going on,” cinematographer Michael Watson tells What To Watch. “So, we were all as shocked and surprised, and I guess, elated in a way, that this show came out when it did because it couldn’t have possibly been more timely.”

The use of tone, color pallets, and iconic American photography were all on Watson’s mind when he was brought on to helm the back-half of the season. Here, he speaks with What To Watch about the creative process, as a Director of Photography, in bringing this uniquely important genre series to life.  

Read the full interview here.