The long-awaited new season of the epic biographical series Wu-Tang: An American Saga is confirmed. The second season will be aired next month on Hulu with an official release date of September 8. The Wu-Tang: An American Saga tells the story, based on real events of the WU rappers.
To make it even better, the creators of the documentary gave the roles of the real members of the Wu-Tang Clan to young-generation rappers. Thus Joey Bada$$ plays Inspectah Deck and Dave East is Method Man. In the second season East will keep his place, but what’s new is that Joey will be replaced by Uyoata Udi who is also known for his act in “This Is Us” and “Watchmen”.
The story is chronologically built and the first season focused specifically on the story before the official formation of the band. The second season on the contrary will discover the life of the rappers after their debut LP, the classic “Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)”.
The latest news about Wu-Tang revealed a mysterious buyer of the sole copy of the album “Once Upon A Time In Shaolin”. Neither the buyer nor the price of the purchase is known.
The Wu-Tang clan surprised the fans with the release of some new things last year. One of them is their lullaby album and the other is the vegan sanitizer called “Protect Ya Hands”. Also, in 2021, the legendary hip-hop iconic group released a limited-edition photobook equipped with 400 pounds of bronze and steel.
Watch the trailer for season 2 of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” below.