'Magic City' Season 2: 'Bigger and yet more intimate,' creator says

"Magic City" did not exactly shy away from big stories in its first season, and it's going even bigger -- but also smaller -- in Season 2."For storytelling, the reason why I created the show was I realized there was a story engine built into it," creator Mitch Glazer said Saturday (Jan. 5) at the TCA winter press tour. "The time and place was incredibly dynamic historically. And then once you create this family and set them in motion, it gave me the opportunity to deal with what I think is one of the most important and exciting periods of American and world politics."The Starz series picks up in the spring of 1959, a time when it looked like Fidel Castro might still look to the United States for support -- Glazer notes he appeared on "Meet the Press" in April of that year. Ike Evans (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) thinks Havana may hold the key...



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