The saga of the Wu-Tang Clan will continue on Hulu with the third and final season of the scripted drama series.
Wu-Tang: An American Saga follows the iconic careers of all the founding members of Wu-Tang such as Ashton Sanders starring 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.
The second season ended on a dramatic note when a pipe burst in Bobby’s basement and flooded the whole area, seemingly destroying the five completed debut solo albums. This shortly after the group finally was able to secure a record deal that worked in the favor of how the group wanted to be creatively.
The series, which helped drive Black audiences to the streaming service, was created and written by Alex Tse and The RZA and executive produced by Tse, The RZA, Method Man and Brian Grazer and produced by Imagine Television Studios.
Check out reactions to the announcement of the final season below.
True. Still need another 2 more seasons. Hopefully Netflix picks this up down the line. But still, ending on Forever seems reasonable, cos at that stage, every member was at the top.
— Teddy M (@IAmNotLetago) November 5, 2021
Oh man, so sad that it's coming to an end. Great show @RZA Love it!
— Nino (@KrazyDagZz) November 5, 2021
Y’all have so much more than 3 seasons of content. Hope y’all going to another network. Y’all should slow grind this like a reggae tape. Please 🙏🏾
— Decourcey ROHR (@yoriella_) November 5, 2021