A Season 3 of Wu-Tang: An American Saga Has Yet to Be Confirmed, but the Cast Is Hopeful

A Season 3 of Wu-Tang: An American Saga Has Yet to Be Confirmed, but the Cast Is Hopeful

The second season of Wu-Tang: An American Saga is coming to an end on Oct. 27, but we’re keeping our fingers crossed for another season. While the streamer has yet to confirm a third installment, given the response it’s received since the show debuted in 2019, it’s a high possibility that more episodes are on the way.

Wu-Tang: An American Saga is set in the 1990s and loosely inspired by the formation of the hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan. It stars Ashton Sanders and Shameik Moore, as well as a few Wu-Tang Clan members like RZA, who serves as cocreator and executive producer, and Method Man, who is an executive producer. Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, Masta Killa, and GZA are also involved as consulting producers alongside the estate of the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard.

In a recent interview with POPSUGAR, TJ Atoms (who plays Ol’ Dirty Bastard aka ODB) revealed that he has high hopes for a third season. “For the story, you’re going to see what unfolds when the different members get signed to different labels,” Atoms said. “And we’ll see what happens when they really start doing the Wu-Tang thing for real. We’re probably going to see tours and shows. A lot of performances and drama, for sure, because RZA was making all the decisions. Everybody didn’t agree with RZA’s decisions. I don’t know if everybody [was unhappy], but I know some people were probably not as happy with RZA making decisions on their behalf, so we’re going to see a lot of this and a lot of that.”

Meanwhile, Siddiq Saunderson (who plays Ghostface Killah) told us that he hopes to showcase more of Wu-Tang Clan’s rise to superstardom in future episodes. “My hopes is that we get a third season and that the audience can continue to take this ride with us and be on this journey with us to stardom. Now that I’m not Dennis or D-Lover and I’m moving into Ghostface Killah, the audience [will be] part of that journey and see us recreate more of their iconic music. I’m looking forward to more of that because I think that’s what sets our show apart. Our show is now very much about the music industry and less about the street life of NYC. I’m very excited for us to become the megastars of Wu-Tang in front of this audience.”

Guess it’s only a matter of time until we find out the fate of the show.

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