Dear White People Drags Netflix in the Season 3 Trailer

But everything is not the way it was last season.

"Is this some Black Mirror s-t?"

The trailer for season three of Netflix's Dear White People has arrived and in it, we can see that there will be some serious changes at Winchester University. It's got a self-deprecating streak, too, as shown by the joke in the new trailer about how boring and predictable Netflix shows get by their third season. Everyone's acting so different from the traits they previously established, ' one character commented as the preview kicked off. In addition to revealing Season 3's trailer, the streaming giant also announced a slew of actors who will guest star on this season, including Yvette Nicole Brown, Blair Underwood, Laverne Cox, Flavor Flav, and the show's own creator Justin Simien. We also see: a Queer Eye parody called USA of Gay with a British fashion expert clearing all the white hoods out of a KKK member's closet; Lionel getting into some serious kink at an S&M club; Yvette Nicole Brown joining the cast as Coco's mom; and Giancarlo Esposito returning as the mysterious Narrator for more "Scooby-Doo mysteries", as Lionel calls them.

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When the batshit, go-for-broke film The Perfection dropped on Netflix earlier this year, that was many viewers' introduction to Logan Browning - but those of us who have been watching Dear White People from the beginning knew she was something special, because she's been killing it on that show since day one.

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'.

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