Dear White People debuts its trailer for season three as Flava Flav, Laverne Cox and Blair Underwood are announced as guest stars
The hit Netflix series Dear White People dropped a trailer on Friday for its third season.
But everything is not the way it was last season. 'Is this some black mirror s***? Everyone's acting so different from the traits they previously established,' one character commented as the preview kicked off.
The series will also feature new cast members Flava Flav, Yvette Nicole Brown, Laverne Cox, Blair Underwood and Justin Simien.
It's back: The hit Netflix series Dear White People dropped a trailer on Friday for its third season
'You guys used to care,' he continued as voices could be heard saying, 'We still care, but if people remained exactly the same it would be tedious and predictable...like a third season on a Netflix show.'
Regular cast members - including Logan Browning as Samantha White, Delton Harton as Lionel Higgings and Antoinette Robertson as Coco Connors - will also be back.
The sitcom is set against the backdrop of a fictional, predominantly white, Ivy League university, where racial tensions bubble just below the surface,
Samantha is a media arts major at the university with her own radio show, Dear White People.
Now THAT'S a costume: Samantha revealed that her Dear White People radio show would have 'guests who know all about the Supreme Court and guests who think the Supreme Court is a Diana Ross-themed drag-race challenge'
On the move: The show has done well for Netflix in season one and two
With her sharp tongued and witty commentary and her self-published book, Ebony And Ivy, Sam causes a stir among the administration and students alike, criticizing white people and their racist transgressions.
She tells folks at a party: 'I'll have guests who know all about the Supreme Court and guests who think the Supreme Court is a Diana Ross-themed drag-race challenge.'
Based on the acclaimed 2014 film of the same name, the show returns to the streaming service on August 2.
She'll be back: Based on the acclaimed 2014 film of the same name, the show returns to the streaming service on August 2