The biopic series “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” is being extended for a third season by the streaming provider Hulu. After this, the series should be completed, which deals with the history of creating the legendary Hip Hop formation from the 90s.
When Is The Third Season Of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” Coming?
A release date for the premiere of the final season has not yet been set. The last episodes of the current second season ran at the end of October.
Trailer And Pictures For “Wu-Tang: An American Saga”
A new trailer and footage for season 3 have not yet been released. However, the series’ Twitter account shared a teaser trailer that we don’t want to withhold from you.
What Will “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” Season 3 Be About?
Season 2 of the “American Saga” ended with the Wu-Tang Clan on the verge of a breakthrough. In the coming episodes, the series will probably address the rise of rappers. At that time, the troupe tried to sell CDs out of their trunk at concerts and put the singles on local radio stations.
After the first album of the clan received excellent reviews, the founder of the clan, RZA, introduced the members individually to the public. In the 90s, the group experienced its climax, which will probably also deal with the third season.
Production And Casting Of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga”
Nothing more is known about the production and cast of the new episodes. However, one can assume that the cast of the second season remains in the core. Among them are the actors Ashton Sanders, Shameik Moore, Siddiq Saunderson and Erika Alexander.
You can stream the first two seasons of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” on Hulu.
Wu-Tang: An American Saga Season 2 Will Be The Last
As reported, Wu-Tang: An American Saga will be making a return with one final season on Hulu. The third season will also be acting as the last season of the show. This was confirmed two weeks after Season 2 of the show completed its premiere.
The end of Wu-Tang comes with the fact that not many shows on Hulu could make it to the fourth season. Other Hulu originals, including Shrill, Harlots, Future Man and Runaways, were also cancelled after three seasons.