Dear White People is an American drama television series that premiered on Netflix on April 28, 2017. The TV series is based on the 2014 film of the same name. Justin Simien, who wrote and directed the 2014 film, returned to direct and write the TV series.
The show has been ongoing for 3 successful seasons, with the third one concluding in August 2019. Fans are excited about the fourth season.
On October 2, 2019, Netflix announced that the series would return for a fourth and final season.
Dear White People Season 4: Release Date
After the announcement of its renewal, fans started to speculate as to when the fourth season will premiere. All we know is that the fourth season will premiere in 2020. But the exact release date is yet to be revealed by Netflix. By looking at the previous release dates, we can expect the season to premiere in late 2020.
But you can see the first 3 seasons of Dear White People are currently available to stream on Netflix.
Dear White People Season 4: Cast
Season 4 will be the continuation of the previous season 3, so most of the actors from the original cast will be back to reprise their role. Actors including
- Logan Browning as Samantha White
- Brandon P. Bell as Troy Fairbanks
- DeRon Horton as Lionel Higgins
- Antoinette Robertson as Colandrea “Coco” Conners
- John Patrick Amedori as Gabe Mitchell
- Ashley Blaine Featherson as Joelle Brooks
- Marque Richardson as Reggie Green
Dear White People Season 4: Plot
It is an American comedy-drama TV series on Netflix, which is based on dark college students at an Ivy League institution who is facing various types of discrimination, touching on issues surrounding modern American race relations. It is based on the 2014 movie of the same name. The movie’s writer and director, Justin Simien, came back to write the episodes of the series.
The 4th season is expected to pick up from where the third season left. In season 3, we saw Sam and Lionel investigating the existence of a secret society of elite black Winchester alumni, known as The Order of X.
Season four is expected to reveal the truth about The Order, as Sam, Troy, and Lionel will team up to uncover and expose the organization’s secrets.
As has been the situation with the initial three seasons, the forthcoming scenes will hope to adjust the cloak-and-dagger conspiracy plotlines with more grounded material covering issues like racism, injustice, sexuality, and the political problems of college.