Woke Season 2 | T. Murph & Blake Anderson On Growth And Importance Of Someone To Lean On [Exclusive]


Season two of Woke is finally here! In season one of the series we witnessed how cartoonist Keef Knight, played by Lamorne Morris, has his life turned upside down when he starts making realizations about the world around him leading him to become “woke”. Something that as we can see in the series might be difficult to navigate around. Now in season two, he and his friends are attempting to change the world one issue or maybe all of them at a time. With activism becoming popular and even profitable, what could go wrong?

Part of what makes Woke is the great casting and chemistry between our three main friends. Morris’s Keef Knight is joined by T. Murph’s Clovis and Blake Anderson’s Gunther. Each of these roommates is dealing with their own realizations about life. These sometimes require conversations that may only be able to take place in a safe environment where anything can be said. This showcases the importance of a good group of friends. That can bounce ideas off of each other to try and navigate through this very critical world.

(Photo by: Mark Hill/Hulu)

With the release of the second season of Woke today on Hulu, LRM Online‘s Emmanuel Gomez spoke with T. Murph and Blake Anderson about their characters. They share with us in what ways their characters would be allowed to further develop in season two. We also get a chance to talk about some of our favorite moments (out of context for no spoilers) which is a lot of fun. Last but certainly not least they share their thoughts on the importance of their friends’ group. You can check it out down below!


Here is the synopsis for the second season of Hulu’s Woke

Cartoonist Keef Knight is now a popular activist on the rise, but he’s facing a world where “woke” has become big business. Can Keef and his friends bring about real change, or is it just about the dollar$? And can Keef navigate this new world without destroying what he’s become? Inspired by the life and work of artist Keith Knight, Woke continues to upend Black nerd and activist culture, deftly satirizing with a wink and a smile.

The first and second seasons of Woke can now be seen exclusively on Hulu

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