Dear White People is one of the best comedy series of Netflix. It is inspired by the film of the identical name. Justin Simien is the creator and Giancarlo Esposito is the narrator of the series. It features stars like Logan Browning, DeRon Horton, Brandon P. Bell, John Patrick Amedori, and Antoinette Robertson. The series tells the story of a group of black students who navigates different kinds of racial and other types of discrimination at a white college.
The series debuted back in 2017 on Netflix and received acclaim from critics for story, direction, and acting. It has been a long time when the third season premiered on Netflix, and now fans are asking for more episodes. So keep reading to know everything about the new season:
Netflix has renewed the comedy-drama series for a fourth season already. But here’s bad news for everyone as it will end with season 4. The fourth season will conclude the story of the series, and fans have to say goodbye to their beloved series. Netflix announced the news by sharing a video that features the cast of the series. Have a look:
At the time of the renewal, the creator of the series Justin Simien said that he is pleased that Dear White People is coming up for another season, and finally, the series survived for four seasons at Netflix.
A specific date is not revealed for the final season of the comedy series till now. It is also not known if the production completed before Netflix shut production on many projects due to coronavirus outbreak. Earlier it was reported that Dear White People season 4 release sometime in 2020 if it is facing a delay, then we cannot expect before 2021.
These stars will reprise their roles for the final season of Dear White People: Logan Browning, Marque Richardson, Antoinette Robertson, Brandon P. Bell, John Patrick Amedori, Ashley Blaine Featherson, DeRon Horton, and Nia Jervier. The plot details for the fourth season are not revealed by the creators and kept secret. After the series end, we can also expect its spinoff in the future, as per the sources.