Dear White People season 3 returns on August 2. 0
Most of the praise has gone towards the writing, performances and social commentary. It goes: “If everybody in the world stayed the same, life would be tedious and predictable, like a third season of a Netflix show.”
Logan Browning’s Sam White has quit her radio programming Dear White People and is leaving the job to her friend, Ashley Blaine Featherson’s Joelle Brooks. The trailer for the season 3 (or Vol 3) begins with a playful, self-referential joke at the expense of the streaming service itself. The trailer is then interrupted by Giancarlo Esposito’s Master of the Order of X. Esposito, best known for playing the role of drug kingpin Gus Fring in Breaking Bad, narrated the first two seasons of Dear White People, and this is the first time he is appearing on the show in person. His organisation, Order of X, is an all-black secret society at the Winchester University, which is mainly made up of elite alumni that previously attended the Ivy League. For the last part, the show, predictably enough, has also been at the receiving end of brickbats for being allegedly racist — towards white people.