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'Dear White People' is set to come out with the fourth and final season on Netflix and the stakes are really high this time around
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Dear White People’ has been a stupendous show for the last four years and fans can’t wait for another season to arrive on Netflix. Fortunately, they won’t have to wait too long for their favorite show to return as the streaming platform is set to come out with Season 4 of the dramedy series.

Meanwhile, it is worth noticing that the upcoming edition will be the fourth and final one for the Netflix show. Based on the novel of the same name by Justin Simien, the show follows several students from the Black community studying at an Ivy League Institution and touching the issues surrounding modern American race relations.

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The series joins the elite list of Netflix shows that tackle some important issues of the current times. Shows like ‘The Good Place’, ‘Sex Education’, and ‘Black-ish’ have been immensely successful during their run on the streaming platform. With Season 4 being the final one, we hope the show to go out with a bang. Here’s everything we know about the upcoming edition.

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Season 4 of ‘Dead White People’ will be premiering exclusively on Netflix on Wednesday, September 22, at 3:01 am EST. Viewers can download the Netflix app from Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store to watch the show. All three seasons of the show are currently available on the streaming giant.

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“Set against the backdrop of senior year at Winchester as well as a not-so-distant, post-pandemic future, ‘Dear White People’ Vol. 4 finds our characters looking back at the most formative (and theatrical) year of their lives. Both an Afro-futuristic and 90s-inspired musical event, ‘Dear White People’ Vol. 4 is a can’t-miss, farewell experience with one pitch-perfect promise: sometimes the only way to move forward is to throw it back.”

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In the final episode of Season 3, Reggie comes face to face who Moses really is. He also gets to know how Joelle feels about their relationship. The introduction of the episode also takes us to an alternative universe where Flavor Flav is the President, demanding to build a wall between the USA and Canada and white people feel like they have to fight for their culture.

On the other hand, Samantha organizes a screening for her short film and gets a superb response. Elsewhere, Rashid returns and shows off her new girlfriend. Joelle is visibly jealous of Rashid’s new love interest and is thinking of doing something about it.

Samantha and Lionel decide to talk to The Watcher of The Order, now known as Mr. Ruskin. They learn the truth about The Order; how influential black people run the “Black Illuminati”, silencing those who try to dismantle a powerful Black figure.  They get to know that everything is related to Moses and how he has people working in the highest places that will threaten Muffy if she speaks directly.

The episode ends with Troy approaching Samantha and Lionel and putting a gold coin down, saying “we need to talk.”

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All the original cast members are returning for the final season. Logan Browning will be returning as Sam while Brandon P. Bell will be back as Troy. Another cast member that will be coming back for the final edition is Marque Richardson (Reggie). On the other hand, Antoinette Robertson and DeRon Horton will be reprising the roles of Coco and Lionel respectively.

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John Patrick Amedori and Ashley Blaine Featherson will also be back as Gabe and Joelle.

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The show is created by Justin Simien, the author of the novel of the same name. However, Jaclyn Moore serves as the co-showrunner for the upcoming season as well.
Simien, Moore, Yvette Lee Bowser, Stephanie Allain, and Julia Lebedev serve as executive producers on the show.
You can watch the trailer here.

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