“Wu-Tang: An American Saga” Coming to an End With Season 3 on Hulu

Wu-Tang: An American Saga- The Hulu series renewed for a third and final outing

The Disney-backed platform, Hulu‘s scripted drama series, “Wu-Tang: An American Saga,” will return for a third and final season. The drama series features the true story of the birth of America’s influential rap group “Wu-Tang Clan.” It gives an insight into the lives of the rappers and how they emerged triumphant amidst drowning in drugs, crime.

Wu-Tang: An American Saga

Starring Ashton Sanders and Shameik Moore, the series wrapped up its second season on Hulu this October 27, a week after which the streamer announced its renewal for the final season 3.

“Wu-Tang: An American Saga”- Season 2 overview:

The season of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” kicks off with the messed-up lives of the clan members. With the animosity still prevailing between Dennis, Sha, Power, and Divine, and other clan members striving to lead their lives, Bobby’s music vision becomes a distant goal. Despite knowing that music will provide them with better lives, Bobby turns powerless in stopping the clan members from drowning in their life problems.

Eventually, we see the clan members working their way back into the music world and bagging some good deals for their music outputs. However, towards the end of season 2, we discover that group’s most of the recordings get ruined in a basement flood.

Wu-Tang: An American Saga


The music drama series was created by the writer Alex Tse alongside the Wu-Tang clan’s leader RZA. The duo also served as executive producers for the show, along with Method Mad and Imagine’s Brian Grazer and Samie Kim Falvey. The “Wu-Tang” show helped in bringing several new African-American subscribers to Hulu. Despite this reason, just like most other scripted dramas, “Wu-Tang,” also comes to an end with a third outing.

Apart from Ashton Sanders, Shameik Moore, the scripted drama show’s cast includes Siddiq Saunderson, Julian Elijah Martinez, T.J. Atoms, Dave East, Marcus Callender, Zolee Griggs, Johnell Young, Uyoata Udi, and Damani Sease.