Hulu has canceled the period drama series “Woke,” saying the show was “not meeting Hulu’s financial expectations.” “We are incredibly proud of Wake, but in light of the decision not to move forward with Season 2, we’ve decided to cancel it,” a Hulu spokesperson told Variety. “Everyone on the creative side and at Hulu is grateful for this opportunity. It has been a dream come true for all of us. We’re sad that we won’t be able to continue telling the remarkable story of these multidimensional, multicultural characters.”
Introduction to the Woke season 2
Some people are born woke, others are raised woke. But regardless of how you become woke, all must follow the path. The first step is accepting your privilege and recognizing your role in perpetuating systems of oppression. From here, you need to educate yourself about intersectional feminism and all the types that exist. You also have to learn about other forms of oppression like homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia, and Islamophobia: what causes them and what solutions exist for them.
Names of the characters in the Woke season 2
Here are the celebrity’s names mentioned below:
- Lamorne Morris as Keef Knight
- Blake Anderson as Gunther
- T. Murph as Clovis
- J.B. Smoove as Marker
- Sasheer Zamata as Ayana
- Aimee Garcia as Laura
- Rose McIver as Adrienne
- Miguel Pinzon as Tommy
- Marquita Goings as Hype
- Nicole Byer as 40 oz Bottle
- Cedric the Entertainer as Trash Can
- Alvina August as Trina
- Sam Richardson as Toast
- Tony Hale as Butter
- Eddie Griffin as 40 oz Bottle
- Isiah Whitlock Jr. as Mr. Jackson
- Nathan Lee Graham as Darque Noir
- Shannon Chan-Kent as Cindy
The storyline of the Woke season 2
The Woke season 2 revolves around the theme that people are becoming aware of the inequalities and inequalities in society. This was an idea we had discussed with our team and they wanted to implement it in our second season. At first, it seemed like a good idea but as we began to write, we realized this had been done before. We were trying to think of new ways for people to feel connected but then realized that one thing everyone pretty much agrees on is equality for all regardless of race, gender, or sexuality. We realized that the topics we wanted to use were potentially doing more harm than good.
As a team, we decided to step back and think about what the season was supposed to mean. We wanted viewers to relate with each other so we figured sticking with the theme of everyone being equal was a better idea than trying to cover something that had been done before.
Eric Christian Olsen of NCIS: Los Angeles suffered a setback when his CBS project was canceled
NCIS: LA’s Eric Christian Olsen confirmed the show’s cancellation but did not divulge any details following a meeting with ABC executives.
NCIS: LA’s showrunner and creator, Shane Brennan, confirmed that he was told by ABC executives that “the show will not be picked up for next season.” This decision comes after the series’ eighth season which aired in the Fall as part of CBS’ Sunday night lineup. “We’re not going to be doing it next year,” Brennan said.
So, what do you think about the Woke season 2?