The Hulu comedy-drama Woke has been renewed for a second season of eight episodes. The series featuring Lamorne Morris has kept viewers awake, wanting more. Although there are no viewership data, as Hulu and other streaming services do not release their shows’ viewing status. However, the Keith Knight and Marshall Todd created TV show has received generally positive feedback. Rotten Tomatoes gave the show a 74% rating from 38 reviewers, while Metacritic delivered a 60% rating based on ten critics. The first season of the show was released in September 2020 and is inspired by the life of Keith Knight, infused with humor and animation.
Woke Season 2 Plot: What will Happen?
The show tells the story of Keith Knight, a cartoonist from San Francisco, who is resolutely apolitical. He had an encounter with the police where he was arrested for resemblance to a criminal description. The encounter resulted in a trauma where inanimate objects come alive and start talking to him.
The first season of the show sets up the stage for more drama expected in the second season. The second season of the show will most likely pick up where the first season left off. The cartoonist’s semi-autobiography will focus on issues such as slavery and legal segregation as they are reflected in today’s society and racism.
Woke Season 2 Release Date: When Will it Premiere?
The release date of the TV show has not yet been determined since the show has just been recently approved for the second season. Fans all over the world will have to keep a tab for any information about the series release date.
Whenever any information comes up, you can be sure to get the latest gist on this site. Therefore keep your phones close.
Woke Season 2 Cast: Who will be in?
The cast ensemble for the TV show includes
Lamorne Morris is starring as the protagonist, Keith Knight, a cartoonist. Blake Anderson as Gunther Keith’s roommate. T. Murph plays the role of Clovis, Keith’s best friend Rose McIver as Keith’s girlfriend, Adrienne. Other cast members are:
Sasheer Zamata (Saturday Night Live), JB Smoove (Curb your Enthusiasm), Tony Hale (Veep), Cedric the Entertainer (Barbershop). Jack McBrayer (30 Rock).
Woke Season 2 Trailer: When can we watch it?
There is no trailer for the second season of the TV show yet; fans may have to wait a while longer before the trailer is released because judging by the first season, the trailer was released a few weeks before the show premiered.
Here is a link to watch the trailer of the first season of the TV show:
Are you happy that the TV show has been renewed for a second season?