How did we find out that we’re getting a third season of Netflix’s hit comedy “Dear White People”?
Series narrator(who we finally saw for the first time in the Season 2 finale), did the honors via a video “on behalf of the Order of X.”
An important announcement from the Order of X…
— Dear White People (@DearWhitePeople)
In Season 2, Sam () and Lionel ( ) found chalk-marked X’s on their door, which was their invitation to join the secret on-campus society “Order of X.”
So we can reasonably assume that we’ll see more of the Order and more of “Breaking Bad” alum Esposito.
The series is based on‘s , about a group of students of color dealing with cultural and racial bias at a predominantly white Ivy League university.
Season 3 will debut sometime in 2019.
Now the next question: Will the acclaimed series get some Emmy love this year?
⚡️ “DEAR WHITE PEOPLE WILL BE BACK! But will it get love at the Emmy’s?”
— Justin Simien (@JSim07)
Come n get it
— Logan Browning (@LoganLaurice)