Netflix has finally released new trailers for two of their upcoming original series,”Dear White People” and “Girlboss”. Aside from the two brief teasers, the premiere dates of the said series have also been announced. Both series will be released in April 2017.
The trailer “Dear White People” gave viewers a taste of the satire comedy that the show is going to give. Base on the simple and straightforward title, the trailer starts off with one of the main characters, Samantha White, giving advice to white people on what to wear on Halloween. After giving some few ideal costumes, which included the presidents of United States, she headed on to tell people that becoming a black person as a Halloween costume is a big no.
The trailer gave a subtle jab at the ongoing racial tensions that the show will portray. “Dear White People” is based on the original movie of the same title that premiered in 2014. Netflix and Lionsgate decided to produce the film into a television series after “Orange is the New Black” was released. Starring Brandon P. Bell, Logan Browning, Antoinette Robertson, DeRon Horton, John Patrick Amedori, and Ashley Blaine Featherson, “Dear White People” will debut as a series on Netflix on April 28.
Meanwhile, Netflix revealed a new trailer for another one of their upcoming series, “Girlboss” and it is as simple as it gets. The new trailer simply had the main character named Sophia doing all kinds of poses as she put emphasis on fashion statement and an authoritative personality. “Girlboss” is a series based on the autobiography of Sophia Amoruso, the businesswoman who shot to success thanks to her fashion line after she started selling it on eBay.
“Girlboss” is a comedy series created by Kay Cannon and produced by actress Charlize Theron. The said series stars Britt Robertson, who will play the role of Sophia. “Girlboss” is set to make its debut on April 21, a week before “Dear White People” is released.