Dear White People Season 4 Release Date, Cast, Release Date, Plot, and Everything We Know So Far About the Renewal!!

Dear White People Season 4 Release Date

Dear White People is an American Comedy Drama Television Series based on the 2014 film of the same name and is also written and directed by the same person as the film, Justin Simien. The show first premiered on Netflix on 28th April, 2017 so far, the show has three seasons with thirty episodes and a running time of thirty minutes. The show is critically acclaimed with rave reviews and also a huge commercial success.

The show revolves around several black college students navigating the daily slights, and slippery politics of life at an Ivy League College that’s not as post-racial as it might think it is. All of the episodes from each season except the seasons’ finale episode deals with a specific character and the challenge faced by them.

Dear White People Season 4 Release Date

The show was renewed for a fourth and final season on 2nd October 2019. However, with all the production being on hold due to the current scenario the filming of the fourth season has not begun yet. Hence taking the current circumstances into account the fourth season might be released by the end of 2021.Dear White People Season 4 is scheduled to release in December 2021.

Dear White People Season 4 Cast

The cast from the previous season will be reprising their roles, they include

  • Logan Browning as Samantha White
  • Brandon P. Bell as Troy Fairbanks
  • DeRon Horton as Lionel Higgins
  • Antoinette Robertson as Colandrea Conners
  • John Patrick Amedori as Gabe Mitchell
  • Ashley Blaine Featherson as Joelle Brooks
  • Marque Richardson as Reggie Green

Dear White People Season 4 Plot

The show is likely to pick up from where it left off in the second season finale that is, Troy finding Lionel and Sam and showing him the Order of X pin that he got from his father and tells them that they have to talk. The group is likely to unite and take down the order of X. While on the other hand the article written by Brooke Morgan in Troy’s magazine Fried Chicanery to expose Professor Mosses Brown has gotten into trouble with some very powerful people, the alumni of the Order of X. The repercussions of the article start showing with Coco being turned down for her fellowship despite being top of the class. If the Order of X has such influence, they have to take them down soon or risk endangering their careers before it even begins. All in all, the fourth season promises to be just as honest with relatable real issues and definitely worth the wait.

Dear White People Season 4 Trailer

While we wait for the fourth season trailer to be released here’s a throwback to reminiscence the third season.


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