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Dear White People Season 4 Release Date
The show has 3 seasons and across those three seasons, 30 episodes have been uploaded.
As per the information, which is available out there on the Internet, the show was renewed in June 2018 for its third season. The third season came out on Netflix on August 2019.
However, for the fourth season, there are no official updates from the creators of the show. And Netflix hasn’t renewed the show till now. Therefore, it will be better to wait for updates.
Is there any news about Dear White People TV show, will update here when it is renewed by Netflix.
About Dear White People Series
Dear White People is an American comedy television series and its genre is comedy-drama and satire.
The TV series is based on Dear White People by Justin Simien. And yes, the show has been created by the writer of this book.
The star cast of this show includes Logan Browning, Brandon P. Bell, DeRon Horton, Ashley Blaine, Featherson, etc.
The TV series is about some students of Winchester University and their skin color. They are living in a surrounding where there are all sorts of political, racial and cultural discriminations as well as biases. Through the use of comedy and satire, they have tried to bring all these issues to light with their characters.
In reality, racial discrimination is illegal, but it still exists. And all those things are brought out in this show.
The show was first premiered on 28 April 2017. The executive producers of the show are Justin Simien, Yvette Lee Bowser, Stephanie Allain, Julia Lebedev, etc.
The production companies of this show are SisterLee Productions, Culture Machine, Code Red, Homegrown Pictures, Roadside Attractions, Lionsgate Television, etc.