People in the United States are probably familiar with the yard sign that says, “Politicians are temporary, but Wu-Tang is forever!” It illustrates how popular the musicians and lyricists have become and shows how much of a legacy the group has acquired. More recently, the rappers have been featured in the television series known as Wu-Tang: An American Saga.
The first season of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” premiered on September 4, 2019, while the second season began on September 8, 2021 and runs through until October 27.
The scripted drama was adapted into a series in October 2018 and co-produced by Wu-Tang member RZA and writer Alex Tse. The two executives co-produced Method Man and Brian Grazer of Imagine and Samie Kim Falvey. Wu-Tang continued a trend where many scripted shows on streamers, including Hulu.
gaining an impressive 96% viewer score on Rotten Tomatoes in both seasons, “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” was created with input from the original members of Wu-Tang RZA. The series is about a fictional version of the group as they grow up in an abusive environment and eventually become a cornerstone of popular culture.
Here’s everything we know about Wu-Tang: An American Saga Season 3
Wu-Tang: An American Saga Season 3 Release Date
A third and final season has been confirmed, but we don’t have an exact date yet. However, given the release schedule so far, we can see Season 3 of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” sometime in early September 2022. Since “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” has already had two successful seasons, the new season shouldn’t take too long. They took more than a calendar year to produce — but there are always hindering circumstances, especially in times of COVID.
Both seasons of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” started in September and ended in October, so it’s probably safe to assume that Season 3 of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” will follow suit.
Wu-Tang: An American Saga Season 3 Cast
The current cast of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” features several members of the Wu-Tang Clan: RZA (Ashton Sanders), Raekwon (Shameik Moore), GZA (Johnell Xavier Young), Ol’ Dirty Bastard (TJ Atoms), Method Man (David Brewster), Ghostface Killah (Siddiq Saunderson), Mitchell “Divine” Diggs (Julian Elijah Martinez), and Oliver Grant (Marcus Callendar) have all had strong performances in the two seasons so far.
Other possible cast members returning for Season 3 of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” include Inspectah Deck (Uyoata Udi), Fat Larry (Vincent Pastore), Jah Son (Jorge Lendeborg), Uncle Hollis (Stephen McKinley Henderson), Masta Killah (JaQwan J. Kelly) and U-God (Damani Sease). The supporting cast of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” is widespread, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see new faces during Season 3 as well.
The main cast is generally fixed, but there is also the potential for actors to be replaced, as in the case of Inspectah Deck’s character. Initially, he was played by Joey Bada$$ in the first season, but the character later went to Uyoata Udi.
Wu-Tang: An American Saga Season 3 –Expected Plot
The plot of Season 3 of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” is sure to continue the group’s progress from being criminals to big mega stars. TJ Atoms, who plays Ol’ Dirty Bastard, said, “As for the story, you’ll see what unfolds when different members go to different labels. we’ll also see what happens when they actually start being in Wu-Tang. We’ll probably see tours and shows. There will be lots of shows and drama, of course, because RZA makes all the decisions. However, Everyone disagrees with RZA’s decision” via Newsweek.
Judging from this quote, it looks like we’re about to see the characters of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” begin to take on the form we all know and love, but we might also see interpersonal drama as these growing egos clash. Money and fame are some of the biggest motivators for the fictional Wu-Tang Clan, so we might as well see some out-of-control excesses from the 1990s. After all, the television story of the ascent of the Wu-Tang Clan will continue.