The first season of the Netflix tv adaption (2017) continued the story, with the Winchester students dealing with unconscious (and conscious) racism, police targeting, cultural appropriation, and so on. Still a drama with comedic elements.
The second season (2018) was more comedy than drama, with some attention to white supremacy, institutional racism, and a conservative "why do black people complain all the time" group. Plus Lionel gets a boyfriend. It bogs down in a ridiculous plotline about a secret society that controls the world leaving DaVinci Code clues around the campus.
In its third season (2019), Dear White People has become a comedy. There doesn't seem to be an ongoing plot arc, just micro-plots about selecting a film studies mentor, unionizing, dating, embarrassing moms, and a sex club. Most of the time I have no idea what's going on, and I don't really care. I'm just watching for the Lionel plotlines. And for the beefcake.
Here are the top 10 hunks of Season 3. I'm omitting the ones covered (or rather, uncovered) in my previous review (Gabe, Lionel, Reggie, Kurt, Al, and Kordell).
1. Mason Trueblood (top photo) as Colin, a writer for the Pastiche humor magazine (aka Harvard Lampoon). One of the main plotlines of Season 3 involves Pastiche writers trying to find their own voices, and a female writer being ignored.
2. Kobi Kumi-Diaka (left) as Jimiyu, a Nigerian student with a crush on someone or other.
3. Jeremy Tardy as Rashid, a member of the Black Student Union, the more conservative black organization on campus.
6. Glenn McCuen as Chet Fuckboi. I don't remember this character, in spite of the name.
7. Alex Alcheh as Milo, one of the graduate teaching assistants.
8. Ryan Alexander Holmes as Nicholas. I don't know who this character is, but who cares? The actor is hot.
10. Eugene Ko (left) as Jesse, one of the graduate teaching assistants. It's about time the show added an Asian character. Racism isn't all about black and white.
Now, if they can only get him to take his shirt off.
See also:Dear White People