The Wu-Tang Clan is getting back together for one last collaboration: Hulu has renewed the scripted docudrama Wu-Tang: An American Saga for a third and final season, according to our sister site Variety.
Set in New York City during the 1990s, Wu-Tang: An American Saga traces the formation and rise to fame of the iconic hip-hop collective the Wu-Tang Clan. Ashton Sanders stars as founding member Bobby Diggs, aka RZA; with Shameik Moore as Corey Woods, aka Raekwon; Siddiq Saunderson as Dennis Coles, aka Ghostface Killah; David “Dave East” Brewster as Clifford Smith, aka Method Man; TJ Atoms as Russell Jones, aka Ol’ Dirty Bastard; and Johnell Xavier Young as Gary Grice, aka GZA. Real-life rapper Joey Bada$$ played Jason Hunter, aka Inspectah Deck, in Season 1, with Uyoata Udi taking over the role in Season 2.
First ordered to series at Hulu in October 2018, Wu-Tang: An American Saga premiered in September 2019 with a 10-episode freshman season. It was renewed for a 10-episode Season 2 in January 2020, but fans had to wait nearly two full years for the second season to finally premiere this September. Season 2 wrapped up last week, with the Wu-Tang Clan poised on the brink of superstardom in the season finale. (Read our full recap here.)
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