Nicole Cord-Cruz
April 16, 2018 2:24 pm
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Calling all Dear White People fans! Ready to go back to Winchester University? You better be, because the teaser to the hotly-anticipated second season is here!

Season 2 of the satirical series picks up where the first season finale left off, with Sam (Logan Browning), Reggie (Marque Richardson), Troy (Brandon P. Bell), and other students deal with the aftermath of their failed protest. And unlike Season 1 which primarily dealt with a racist blackface party, the upcoming season will be largely focusing on secrets, show creator Justin Simien tells Entertainment Weekly.

Meanwhile, Nia Jervier and Marque Richardson previously told BET.com that the second season would be “explosive.

Without further ado, watch the teaser below:

An entire season diving into subjects like cultural appropriation, sex and gender norms, nepotism, racist bots, conspiracy theories, cocoa butter, The Sunken Place, fake news, and oppression (aka the new Katy Perry single feat. Migos)? Sign us up!

Dear White People Season 2 hits Netflix on May 4th.

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