Dear White People: Season 2 (2018)

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Season 2
Dear White People

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Dear White People's endearing excellence returns, but with an added layer of emotional maturity that enhances the show's powerful, relevant meditations on race relations in America.

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Critic Ratings: 32

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Episodes

Air date: May 4, 2018

In the wake of the town hall protest, Sam finds herself at the center of an alt-right backlash and goes to war with a social media troll.

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Still haunted by flashbacks to the house party, Reggie bounces from therapy to Bible study to drinking as he seeks an outlet for his pent-up emotions.

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While party-hopping on Pride Night, Lionel struggles to make small talk with strangers and decipher mixed signals from Silvio.

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With her political capital on the rise, Coco sets her sights on a new role, but a startling discovery forces her to rethink her future at Winchester.

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Tired of living in Sam's shadow, Joelle strikes up a flirtation with a student outside the A-P circle who treats her like a queen.

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Lionel puts his fledgling romance in jeopardy as he teams up with Brooke to hunt down AltIvyW's identity for an expose.

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After bombing at a stand-up comedy set, Troy sets out on a shroom-fueled quest to find his true voice, connecting with friends and exes along the way.

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Gabe finally gets a chance to interview Sam for his documentary, but they both have trouble sticking to their promise not to make things personal.

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A family emergency draws Sam home, where she wrestles with feelings of guilt and stumbles across a piece of Winchester history.

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As the campus braces for Rikki Carter's speech, Sam and Lionel piece together the clues they've gathered on the secret society known as Order of X.

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Cast & Crew

Logan Browning
Samantha White

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Brandon P Bell
Troy Fairbanks

Actor
Antoinette Robertson
Coco Conners

Actor
DeRon Horton
Lionel Higgins

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John Patrick Amedori
Gabe Mitchell

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Ashley Blaine Featherson
Joelle Brooks

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Marque Richardson
Reggie Green

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Justin Simien
Executive Producer
Yvette Lee Bowser
Executive Producer
Stephanie Allain
Executive Producer
Julia Lebedev
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Critic Reviews for Dear White People: Season 2

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  • Dec 02, 2021
    I think this season (and whole series) was very well written, acted, edited and produced. Just finished watching season 4. It was great to see something with such clear personality, perspective and drive that started from the beginning and carried all the way through.
  • Oct 07, 2021
    One of the best thing on tv. great characters and a compelling story line.
  • Aug 19, 2019
    First season was absolutely amazing...cinematography, plot, writing, everything. However, this one was definitely a let down. Jokes weren't as witty and it seemed like the writers were getting tired, idk. The ending also smelled like a pathetic attempt to leave a spicy cliff hanger in order to drag the show out another season. I expect this series to go out with a mediocre whimper like many of the series that Netflix just won't let die. This is a shame too, as Dear White People is exactly the type of show our problematic, white privilege-infested society needs. But alas, Dear White People is yet another example of Capitalist greed consuming what could've been a great outlet for social activism.
  • Aug 09, 2019
    Genius! Pure genius!
  • Jul 05, 2019
    In a time where the term racist is used to describe anyone who has an opinion or takes a stance on a subject for the merits of its substance comes a show that is a true example of racism in America today. The smug and elitist tone combined with a drawn out poorly written narrative make this truly painful to watch. As with Season 1, the show is a voice piece for those who believe if you are a certain race that you are to think as you are supposed to and all band together- totally discounting people who have values determined by the merit of the substance. To assume that if a person is a certain color they all think the same and value the same things in life is in it self inherently racist and backward. Putting aside this, the show is tired and smug, lacking in direction and poorly edited. It is a show that insults its audience while preaching a hateful message. As a person who is black, I do not identify as an African american (I am an American) nor am I a victim.. If you want to watch a show that does its best to sell you on having a victim mentality, then this show is perfect for you. If you have ideas that are your own and are someone who strives for success in life, this show will make you go mad... Dear white people: This series does not reflect the black community - it just attempts to sort and label us into a neat box that reflects a tired narrative of victim-ism and symbolism over substance.
  • Jun 19, 2019
    Well written well acted good plots. If for what ever reason you Don´t like the show then don´t watch it.............season 3 on its way, so the must doing something well.......sorry to the haters!
  • Mar 09, 2019
    Finally a tv show that centres on the lives of African Americans, in an unapologetically honest and eye opening way! It depicts struggles, fears, loves and experiences and how these are affected by the judgment and limits imposed by society. Showing us how white privilege and white supremacy are one of the most devastating and revolting problems that continue to plague our society. A show that makes everyone question what they are doing to oppose the blatant racism which we prefer to hide under the carpet and believe has already been dealt with! The show has been criticised for being "reverse racist" when really it makes us question how our actions and the ones of the people surrounding us are racist! It's time for the privileged white men and females to accept responsibility for their actions and the ones of their ancestors! An amazing, ground breaking show! Not only is the provocative screenplay heart breaking and enthralling but Logan Browning, Brandon P Bell and DeRon Horton give beautiful evocative performances!
  • Nov 16, 2018
    second verse same as the first, a little bit louder a little bit worse
  • Nov 14, 2018
    What a patronising load of tosh!
  • Oct 02, 2018
    "Dear White People" is the most beautifully shot show out there. The visual compositions are mesmerizing.

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