Inside ‘Dear White People’s’ Final Season: Reggie’s Ptsd, Varsity Blues and Taking on ‘Performative Allyship’

  • Variety
Inside ‘Dear White People’s’ Final Season: Reggie’s Ptsd, Varsity Blues and Taking on ‘Performative Allyship’
Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not watched the fourth and final season of “Dear White People,” streaming now on Netflix.

When Justin Simien was adapting his 2014 satirical film “Dear White People” into a half-hour television series, he created a bible for the show that included a reference to Donald Trump becoming president. And then Trump did just that. When Simien was conceptualizing the fourth and final season of the Netflix comedy, he wrote in a fictional virus. And then Covid-19 hit.

At that point, he and co-showrunner Jaclyn Moore had already worked out plans for a future storyline in addition to the main characters’ senior year at Winchester University playing out in the final run of episodes. The future story is set 15 years later in order to see the characters finally attempting to resolve some things between them, while the senior year story follows them as they
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