“Woke” has been updated for the second season on Hulu. This news came about two months after the release of the first season, which was all recorded on September 9th. The second season of the comedy series will consist of eight episodes. Co-Created by Keith Knight and Marshall Todd “Woke” is An American satire television series featuring Lamorne Morris. The series premiered on September 9, 2020, on Hulu. On November 17, 2020, Hulu extended the series for a second season.
Keef Knight, the creator of Toast & Butter, is a black cartoonist on the brink of great success. He takes pride in being “straightforward” and avoids controversial positions. After being racially profiled by an overly aggressive police officer. A traumatized Keefe discovers that he can see and hear inanimate objects talking to him. Keef is now more sensitive to everyday racism and micro-aggression. That he tries so hard to go unrecognized under any circumstances. He had to figure out how to maintain his relationships and career as an “awakened” black man. The shows are live-action with animated elements.
Major Cast Details
• Lamorne Morris as Keef, a cartoonist, and co-creator Keith Knight
• Blake Anderson as Gunther, Keef’s one roommates
• T. Murph as Clovis, Keef’s best friend, and roommate
• Rose Mcliver as Adrienne, Keefe’s artist, and friend
• Sasheer Zamata as Ayana, a reporter for The Bay Area, urges Keef to leave
• J.B. Smoove as Marker
• Nicole Byer & Eddie Griffin as 40 oz Bottles
• Cree Summer as Paper Bag
• Tony Hale as Butter
• Sam Richardson as Toast
• Jack McBrayer as Sad face
• Cedric the Entertainer as Trashcan
• Keith David as Bible
The first Season of Woke was released on Hulu on September 9, 2020. On 8th August 2020, the First trailer was broadcasted. So far, no official dates had been published for the season 2 release date.
Rating aggregator Rotten Tomatoes announced approval ratings of 74% based on 38 reviews with an average rating of 5.78 / 10. The critics’ consensus on the site reads: “Although the first season of Walk wasn’t exactly what he wanted to say about racism in America led by the cast.
A good deal from Lamorne Morris – and some real bullshit making it one messy conversation worth watching. Metacritic gave the series a weighted average score of 60 out of 100 based on 10 reviews, indicating “mixed or average reviews. “.