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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 series stars Lamorne Morris, T. Murph, Blake Anderson, Sasheer Zamata and JB Smoove.
Woke was developed by Marshall Todd and Keith Knight. The co-creators serve as executive producers alongside Anthony King, Maurice “Mo” Marable, Richie Schwartz, John Will, Will Gluck, and Eric Christian Olsen. The comedy is a co-production between Sony Pictures Television and ABC Signature.
Season Two press clips available HERE.
S2 Episode 208 ‘Kill Keef Knight’
The gang kills Keef Knight.
S2 Episode 207 ‘Black Trauma V’
Ayana takes the trip of a lifetime. An eye-opening revelation rocks Keef’s world.
S2 Episode 206 ‘Black Exceptionalism’
Off the heels of the Who’s Your Kin debacle, Keef attempts to clean up the mess by hiring a publicist and embarking on an audacious plan.
S2 Episode 205 ‘Who’s Your Kin’
To avoid getting evicted from the Bay Arean offices, Ayana throws a rent party that leads to a realization about her readership. Keef discovers something equally distressing about his past.
S2 Episode 204 ‘Sole Train’
When Keef’s new initiative launch doesn’t go according to plan, he enlists Ayana’s help. A shocking revelation leads Gunther to search for answers on how to be an ally.
S2 Episode 203 ‘Papa’s Got a Brand New Boil’
Keef drops everything to help Clovis deal with a surprise guest. With the Bay Arean on the decline, Ayana struggles to find a new place to live.
S2 Episode 202 ‘Free At Last’
Armed with a new online following, Keef’s public response to a tone deaf ad leads to an interesting corporate proposition. Clovis tries something new.
S2 Episode 201 ‘A Knight in the Park’
After a year of rising as a prominent activist, Keef draws a strip that sparks a protest headlined by him. But can he live up to his new platform?
S1 Episode 108 ‘Blue Lies Matter’
Months later, Keef thinks he’s finally arrived in a better place until he’s confronted with an unexpected face from the past.
Written By: Conor Galvin & Brittany Miller
S1 Episode 107 ‘Prayers for Kubby’
What should be a quick trip across town instead turns into the bus ride from Hell.
Written By: Jay Dyer
S1 Episode 106 ‘Dap, Peace, F*ck You’
After the events at the salon, Keef and Adrienne discuss how to move forward, Clovis helps Ayana get revenge on her ex-girlfriend, and Gunther tests the bounds of his sexual fluidity.
Written By: Brittany Miller
S1 Episode 105 ‘Oaktown Get-Down’
Keef and his friends head to an Oakland artists’ salon where he hopes to get in the good graces of the East Bay’s artistic elite.
Written By: Marshall Todd
S1 Episode 104 ‘Black People For Rent’
Keef channels his creative energy in a provocative new way.
Written By: Rochee Jeffrey
S1 Episode 103 ‘Gig E. Smalls’
Being “woke” doesn’t pay the bills. It also doesn’t save you from awkward small talk at parties thrown by rich white ladies.
Written By: Keith Knight
S1 Episode 102 ‘What Prequels?’
Keef grapples with the fallout from the previous day’s events while trying to put his life back in order.
Written By: Conor Galvin
S1 Episode 101 ‘Rhymes with Broke’
When up-and-coming cartoonist Keef Knight has a traumatic run-in with the police, he begins to see the world in an entirely new way.
Written By: Keith Knight & Marshall Todd
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