Dear White People is a strange duck – it covers topics that we don’t normally see in a comedy series, so its creator Justin Simien, showrunner Yvette Lee Bowser and cast members (including Logan Browning) took some time to give the audience (at least the ones its title addresses) a few valuable tips for watching the show – along with a few more glimpses at the show itself.
Dear White People premieres on Netflix on April 28th.
Dear White People – Netflix’s continuation of the indie satire Dear White People follows a group of Winchester University’s students of color as they navigate a diverse landscape of social injustice, cultural bias, political correctness (or lack thereof) and activism in the millennial age.
Dear White People premieres on Friday, April 28th.
In the era of niche TV, Netflix has an advantage over linear networks that program for specific audiences – it creates programming for all those niches.
Because they release their original content globally to more than 93 million viewers – each with their own unique tastes, ‘from the romantic comedy lover in Paris to the sci-fi aficionado in Sao Paulo’ and everyone in between – who watch their shows at different times and in different ways.
To get just a taste of Netflix’s upcoming programming for 2017, follow the break to explore the many trailers (and a couple small galleries) for their new and returning shows.
On this episode, the GeekScholars discuss Dear White People, a raw, honest look into race relations, expectations, and experiences within higher education, respite with a dash of comedy.
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In our latest edition of Hollywood Insider, I present to you another first time director. This week, he’s making his directoral debut in the new movie “Dear White People”. Ladies and gentlemen, for your reading pleasure, writer/director Justin Simien.