Gabe finally gets Sam to interview for his documentary, but both find it difficult to keep their complicated personal relationship out of conversation.
After bombing at a stand-up comedy set, Troy sets out on a shroom-fuelled quest to find his true voice, connecting with friends and exes along the way.
Lionel uncovers a few truths while working with Brooke; and Sam’s troll ups the ante.
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.
Coco struggles with many problems, both in her personal life, and in her involvement with CORE.
Lionel reevaluates his relationship with Silvio, as he struggles to adapt to the gay dating world.
Reggie struggles to readjust after the incident with the campus police officer that occurred only weeks prior.
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.
Dear White People TV series is Netflix’s adaptation of Justin Simien’s 2014 critically acclaimed film of the same name. In some ways it is both a continuation of the source material and a radical departure. The original film’s satirical portrayal of race relations and black identity at the fictional Ivy League school Winchester University followed a group of black students, led by Samantha White (...[Read More]
Dear White People is an American comedy-drama television series on Netflix that follows several black college students at an Ivy League institution, touching on issues surrounding modern American race relations. It is based on the 2014 film of the same name. The film's writer and director, Justin Simien, returned to write and direct episodes of the series. Each episode focuses on a particular char...[Read More]