“Dear White People” Season 2 Teaser Reveals Netflix Premiere Date


Summer season is true across the nook, however you may need to begin prepping to return to high school. Winchester College courses are formally again in session on Could four, when Dear White People‘s second season hits Netflix.

The upcoming installment of the hit streaming collection will proceed to comply with the experiences of scholars of shade attending an elite, predominantly white Ivy League college. And if the newest teaser is any indication, the present has its fair proportion of matters to “break down,” together with (however definitely not restricted to) cultural appropriation, intercourse and gender norms, faux information, and “Oppression ft. Migos,” a (utterly fictional) Katy Perry tune.

In line with Entertainment Weekly, season two will choose up the place season one left off, with the characters coping with the aftermath of a failed protest. However whereas the primary season centered round a racist celebration on the college that concerned college students dressing up in blackface for Halloween, the problems set to return up within the subsequent installment are nonetheless beneath wraps, even to the characters themselves it appears. One factor we do know? Sam, performed by Logan Browning, appears to be again on the radio, and is the goal of a web-based troll. “There’s a lot of secrets to uncover this season, in particular, who is coming after Sam,” creator Justin Simien informed EW. “Everyone’s got secrets this season — secrets from each other, secrets from themselves. There’s lots of things that the characters don’t know and have kind of repressed, and sort of going into those treasure troves is something a lot of the characters are doing.”

Stars Brandon Bell, DeRon Horton, Antoinette Robertson, Marque Richardson, and extra of the forged are all set to return for season two, together with visitor spots from Lena Waithe and Todrick Hall who pop up within the trailer. Personally, we are able to’t wait for varsity to be again in session.

Take a look at the trailer for your self, under:

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