Netflix announced that its popular television series “Dear white people” is renewed for its fourth season. The American comedy-drama television series is based on the 2014 movie of the same name directed by Justin Simien.
Just like the 2014 movie, Dear White People series focus on several black students at the predominately white fictional Ivy League Institution, Winchester University, facing complicated race issue and other discrimination problems in their everyday lives.
In a press release, Simien announces that Dear White People’s fourth season is the final season of the series. He also shared his views about season 4
“I’m so grateful my little indie-that-could has made it to four seasons at Netflix! This show, along with the many talented storytellers it has brought into my orbit, has changed my life and I can’t wait to create a celebratory final volume befitting such a transformative experience”.
Dear White People Volume 4 cast include several old names from Season one, Season two and Season three such as Marque Richardson Jr. (Detention, True Blood, The Newsroom) as Reggie, Brandon P. Bell (Hollywood Heights, Mission Impossible III) as Troy Fairbanks, Ashley Blaine Featherson (Leimert Park, A Great Day in Harlem) as Curls, Logan Browning (Bratz: The Movie, Hit the Floor) as Samantha White, John Patrick Amedori (Law & Order, Ghost Whisperer) as Gabe Mitchell and Deron Horton (American Vandal, Dirt) as Lionel Higgins.
Justin Simien will stay on as executive producer, director, co-showrunner and writer. Yvette Lee Bowser will also work as show executive producer and co-showrunner. Dear White People season 4 contains a total of 10 episodes and has been heavily inspired by escalating racial tension at a fictitious.
Here is the official synopsis of the series
The series set against the backdrop of prestigious and predominantly white Ivy League universities where racial issues and other discrimination problems are increasing below the surface. Dear White People weaves together a universal story of finding one’s own identity and build a new path. The satirical show follows up the story of the 2014 movie of the same name left off. Its focus on a group of black students of Ivy League Institution, Winchester University that faces several issues related to cultural bias, social injustice, political correctness and activism in the millennial age. Dear White People honestly uncover the brutal issues that society facing today with some laughter.
What to watch in the meantime?
If you haven’t watched “Dear White People” season one, season two and season three then stream it on your favorite streaming channel Netflix. Some other comedy shows and TV series are also available on Netflix and Hard2Know to watch and download.