There have been numerous shows that reflect what black people face in America. But nothing comes close to Justin Simien’s controversial comedy-drama television series Dear White People, which is a satirical take on the topic of racism prevailing in America. Ever since Netflix announced the production of the final season of the comedy-drama series is underway since October 2019, fans have been waiting with bated breath for the same.
On their YouTube channel, Netflix dropped the date announcement teaser on August 6, 2021, confirming the arrival of Dear White People Vol. 4 on September 22, 2021.
Seasons 4 Arrival Date
Starring Logan Browning, Brandon P. Bell, DeRon Horton, and Antoinette Robertson, Dear White People follows the journey of several black students at their Ivy League institution, remarks that they have to face due to black-and-white differences that exist in American Society and how they find ways to deal with them. It is based on a 2014 film with the same name and same director. With an average rating of 6.2 on IMDb, the show’s first three seasons garnered positive reviews from both critics and the ṣaudience alike.
It is expected that the finale of this satirical series will have the same fate as its predecessors. The show’s makers confirmed that the show’s finale would follow the footsteps of seasons when it comes to the number of episodes. While each episode of the last season ranged between 21 to 36 minutes, the upcoming comedy-drama series will be no different. The show first premiered on April 8, 2017, and was renewed for its second and third season on June 30, 2017, and October 2, 2019.
Now, the makers are gearing up for the final revival of the final season on September 22, 2021, respectively. Makers also announced that time the show would feature some of the iconic songs from the 1990s. Thus, this season will be a tribute to the forgotten songs of the golden era.
Season 4 of Dear White People will be a bittersweet experience for the fans as this will be the final season in the series. The teaser, which suggests that “the only way to move forward is to throw it back”, tells the viewers that this will be the end of the titular radio show, confirming that it is the end of their favourite group at the Winchester University as they look towards the future.
So, mark your calendars as the finale drops on September 22 and in the meantime, you can revisit the show as all seasons are available on Netflix for binge-watching. Stay tuned for more updates.