‘Dear White People’ Gets A Second Season On Netflix


Stay tuned for more chapters of Dear White People in Season 2.

The Netflix version of Dear White People is coming back for a second season in 2018. Netflix made the announcement at the end of June.

The show follows “students of color  as they navigate the daily slights and slippery politics of life at an Ivy League college that’s not nearly as ‘post-racial’ as it thinks it is” as described by Netflix.

Samantha “Sam” White (Logan Browning) is the main character of the show, and she is a biracial girl with black and white ancestry attending Winchester University. She hosts a controversial radio shows called “Dear White People,” where she is a prominent voice for Black college students on campus. On her radio show, she covers topics regarding race, prejudice, discrimination and the famous blackface controversy.

She also causes some tension among her friends when they discover that despite her many campaigns she is dating a man of Caucasian descent. Each chapter of the story explores different characters, their relationships, and friendships to show how each character has developed over time, what their contributions are to the overall story and what motivated them to be the voices of Black students on campus.

The series was originally a movie released in 2014 with the same name until it was adapted into a Netflix series in 2016. The first season was released in April 2017 and the second season will return to Netflix in 2018.

The show is available for streaming on Netflix. If you have not seen it yet, be sure to check it out!

You may also check out the show’s social media accounts for more updates!

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