‘Dear White People’ Renewed For Fourth And Final Season On Netflix

Published: Wednesday 2nd Oct 2019 by Sam

‘Dear White People’ will officially be back next year, for Netflix have renewed the dramedy for its fourth and final season.

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News of the show’s pick-up and confirmed climax came courtesy of a quirky announcement video shared by its cast:

Since its debut as a series, the show – which stars the likes of  Logan Browning, Brandon P. Bell, Antoinette Robinson, and Deron Horton – has been showered with praise for its eagerness to ignite meaningfully conversations.

Indeed, the Justin Simien production routinely prodded at issues of race, class and sexuality against the backdrop of college campus setting.

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While we grew fond of the show’s intelligent, unapologetic, and – at times – risqué skew, we feel it’s organically reached its endpoint. As such, we actually anticipate that the confirmation of its climax will benefit the final season in earnest. For, writers have effectively been gifted the opportunity to de-tangle any questionable storylines and tie everything together in a way that satisfies across the board.
‘Dear White People’ returns to Netflix next summer.

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  1. PussyPop$tress October 2, 2019

    for as much as i would hate to see this show go (conceptually), it’s definitely time. it was on the verge of getting stupid

  2. Ughhh October 2, 2019

    Noooo, why do all Netflix series only last up to 4 seasons

    • XYZ October 3, 2019

      Because most series arent getting better with time. 3 or 4 seasons is a good number to let a show end with dignity.

  3. Adele October 2, 2019

    Just finished season 3 last night. I’m glad we are getting one more and I actually think 4 seasons will be a good run for this show.

  4. MessyBoots October 2, 2019

    Season 1 was brilliant. S2 started off good but ended strangely. I still hung around for S3 but when it premiered in August.. OMG it was terrible!!!! Perhaps only 2 episodes of the 8 total were solidly written/directed. Ending at S4 is a smart choice.

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