If, like us, you’re hooked on Netflix series ‘Dear White People,’ then get ready because there’s more on the way!
Fans of the comedy, which is a serialised version of the like-titled movie, have been waiting with bated breath for news on a renewal.
Today saw their patience rewarded; Netflix have confirmed that they’ve officially picked up the show for a second season.
Set for a 2018 return, its sophomore run goes into production later this year.
The satirical show, which explores racial differences in an Ivy League university, has proven wildly popular with critics.
However, prior to today’s announcement, it’s future seemed uncertain.
The nature of the Netflix model sees the streaming giant opt not to release viewership numbers, meaning it’s hard to gage how well a show is – or isn’t – doing. And, with the recent axing of popular titles ‘The Get Down’ and ‘Stranger Things,’ guaranteed renewals are never a cert.
Nonetheless, we’re ecstatic that the Logan Browning led show is back! It’s all sorts of gripping.
Roll on 2018!
2018. Dear White People season 2. Don't @ me. pic.twitter.com/bAkUxWUQE3
— Dear White People (@DearWhitePeople) June 30, 2017