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The show tracks the Wu Tang Clan's formation, a vision of Bobby Diggs, who strives to unite a dozen young, black men that are torn between music and crime but eventually rise to become the unlikeliest of American success stories.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: September 4, 2019

Also Known As: Wu-Tang: An American Saga, Wu-Tang: Американска сага |  See more »

Parents Guide: Germany (16), United States (TV-MA)


Company Credits

Production Co: Imagine Television


Corey Hibbert
as Crack Fiend
William Oliver Watkins
as Bobby's Father
Bokeem Woodbine
as Jerome
Ross Degraw
as Jerry
Trayce Malachi
as Young Bobby
Noe Jean Miles
as Park Kid #2
Jason Salmon
as Soundman
Adam Scarimbolo
as DJ Nasty Nick
Tatum Marilyn Hall
as Little Girl Cousin
Tierre Diaz
as Rakim Fan
Tibor Feldman
as Judge O'Malley
Aleeah Rogers
as Young Woman #1
Motell Gyn Foster
as Just-Ice
Imani Jade Powers
as Journalist
Collette Astle
as Receptionist
Robert Crayton
as Attila
Lucas Papaelias
as Salesman
Coledyn Garrow
as Guy #1
Tom Ukah
as South
Brian Muller
as White Exec
Hank Strong
as Prisoner #2
Julian Elijah Martinez
as Mitchell 'Divine' Diggs
Clore Reginald Brown 2nd
as Black Israelite
Onika Day
as Older Female Friend
Dontae Hawkins
as Tripple Crown Rapper #1
Annmarie Sykes
as Girl #1
Monroe Kent III
as Gospel Singer
Reg Clinton Brown
as Man in Cypher 3
Rudy De La Cruz
as Crew Member #1
Jb Fountain
as Dreaded Duo
Na'im Shaw
as Jamaican #3/Rapper #2
Erick Zamora
as Sound Tech
Jack Mulhern
as Teddy
Adrian M. Mompoint
as South's Goon
Jorge Lendeborg Jr.
as Jah Son
Jermel Wilson
as Scarface
Nicholas Richardson
as Stockbroker/Stock Broker
David Bodenschatz
as Bailiff
Michael Raymond Fox
as Gun Store Owner
J. Bernard Calloway
as Rodney
Damani D. Sease
as U-God
Umar Abrams
as Nephew
Chris Russell
as Cop #1
Anthony Chisholm
as Old Chess Player
Walter Wiz Nichols
as Menacing Guy
Chelsea Watts
as Cocktail Waitress
Christina Shea-Wright
as Nurse
Kesed Ragin
as Jamaican #2
Dee Rogers
as Young Haze
Edward Brence
as DJ Stretch Armstrong
Zolee Griggs
as Shurrie Diggs
Bryan Reynoso
as Scrawny Dude
Jeffrey Alan Solomon
as Christoph Rainer
Antonia Marrero
as Elise
Jamie Hector
as Andre D'Andre
Jake Hoffman
as Steve Rifkind
Carla R. Stewart
as Actress (Berneice)
Dexton Cummings
as Prisoner #1
Andrea-Rachel Parker
as Mama Ganja
Garrett J. Gray
as Easy Mo Bee
Princess Adenike
as Hot Girl
Irene Blackman
as Passerby/Pedestrian
Jamaal Burcher
as Record Producer
Armen Garo
as Vinnie
JaQwan J. Kelly
as Jamel/Masta Killa
Jimi Stanton
as Pat
Cortney Gift
as Jamaican Woman
Joey Bada$$
as Rebel
Kia Yvette Clayton
as Record Store Shopper
Siddiq Saunderson
as Dennis 'D-Love' Coles
Samantha Browne-Walters
as White Castle Patron
Yarc Lewinson
as Knotty Head
Cronin Cullen
as Male Executive
Mark Lotito
as Jules Rifkind
Marcus Callender
as Oliver 'Power' Grant
Daisy Galvis
as Female Cashier
Rodney Henry
as Buddy Boy
Alexis Cash
as Chelsey
Verlon Brown
as Male Friend
Stephen McKinley Henderson
as Uncle Hollis
Hugues Faustin
as Man in Cypher #2
Mary Hodges
as Shotgun's Aunt
Eric Tabach
as Intern #1
Hector Luis
as Dominican Man
Patrick Byas
as God
Sat Charn Fox
as Marsha
Owen Rogers
as Rakim Fan
Shameik Moore
as Sha Raider
Jason Louder
as Cressy
Bob Leszczak
as Boat Worker/Pedestrian
T.J. Atoms
as Ason Unique
Tom Galantich
as Wall Street Guy
Johnell Young
as Gary
Adriane Lenox
as Shotgun's Grandma
Alberto Bonilla
as Probation Officer
Daniel Augustin
as Rakim
Alphonso Walker Jr.
as Dreaded Duo #2
Brad Neilley
as Subway Patron
Delissa Reynolds
as Ann Coles
Peter Oliver
as Sound Guy
Marcus Pena
as The Honey Drippers Bassist
Kavon Lightsey
as Young Power
Jaison Hunter
as Prince Paul
Lamar K. Cheston
as Employee
Vincent Pastore
as Fat Larry
Moise Morancy
as Treach
Alex Kramer
as Banker
as Man in Cypher #1
Anne Rutter
as Group Leader
Justus Davis Graham
as Randy Diggs
Jos Laniado
as Older Dominican
Omar Salmon
as Club Promoter
Todd Ryan Jones
as White Dude #2
Dj Nino Carta
as Tabacco farm worker
D.K. Bowser
as Pawn Shop Owner
Jaiden David
as Nephew
Ron Yuan
as Lord
Samaria Nixon-Fleming
as Vivian
Logan Jones
as Cashier
Lamont Brown
as The Main Ingredient Drummer
Will Ehren
as Worker
Ezra Knight
as Reverend Williams
Therell Spires
as Young Shotgun
Wally Ng
as Chinese Dude #2
Phedmos Prophete
as Middle Aged Man
David Roberts
as 5 Percent Nation Member/Five Percenter #2
Malikha Mallette
as DJ Zina
David J. Cork
as Kenny Smith
Jaidon Walls
as Young Divine
Kevin Orton
as Harry
Erika Alexander
as Linda Diggs
Michael McCormick
as Paul Scalise
Zachary Clarence
as Merch Guy
John Bianco
as Fever Owner
Scott Stangland
as Engineer
Bernard Luther White IV
as Cop
Perry Strong
as Ruben Rodriguez
Nuri Hazzard
as Byron
Cody John
as Ethan
Reginald L. Barnes
as Raf
Jason E. Kelley
as Uncle Anthony
Evan Daves
as Production Assistant
Jill Flint
as Monica Lynch
CJ McBath
as Dealer
Gus Scharr
as Cab Driver
Esther Chen
as Emily
Keelia Clarkson
as Waitress
Jamad Mays
as Big Daddy Kane
Maceo Oliver
as Slim Jim
Whitney Andrews
as Stylist
Dante Hoagland
as Kid #1
Rachel Lu
as Asian Cashier
Ja'Quan Cole
as B-Black
Imani Lewis
as Roxanne Shante
Michael DeBarge
as Record Executive
Kevin D. Benton
as Menacing Guy
Andy Le
as Fang
Madison Arnold
as Old White Man
Iba Thiam
as Jamaican Dude
DuJuan Satterfield
as Bald Rapper #1
Jeremy Paschall
as Stage Tech
Ashlyn Alessi
as Stage Dancer
Tangela Wilson
as Ms. Ward
Ron Scott
as Power's Dad/Power's Father
Samuel Mckoy-Johnson
as Darius Coles
Jorge Blamo
as High Guy
Malcolm Xavier
as Haze
Mekhi Jamari
as Boy Cousin
La La Anthony
as Tracey Waples
Cesar J. Rosado
as Bootleg Customer
Christina Uniqe Castellanos
as Photographer
Brian Le
as Zang Wei
Jeremy Phillips
as Wise
R.A. Guirand
as Dred
Michael Maurice
as The Main Ingredient Guitarist #1
Keith Crosby
as Hip Hop Dancer
Jeremiah Craft
as Dude Bro
Brian Anthony Wilson
as Ron 'Fufu' Mott
Dave East
as Shotgun
Amyrh Harris
as Darren Coles
as Easy Mo Bee Crew
John Thomas Cramer
as White Ref
Popa Wu
as Five Percenter
Chris Jarell
as Orin
Tonya Pinkins
as Burgess
Daniela Reina
as Theater Member
Joey Auzenne
as Fredo
Jennifer C. Johnson
as Female Friend
Sullivan Jones
as Officer Steven Marcus
Lester Greene
as Clocker
Josiah Gaffney
as Park Kid #1
Jordan-Amanda Hall
as Tanaka
Michael Aurelio
as Tom Silverman
Ashton Sanders
as Bobby Diggs
Damani Sease
as Park Hill Dealer
Billy Griffith
as Bouncer
Sterling Jonatán Williams
as Rough Looking Man
Jim Ford
as The Bartender
Martin Fisher
as Head Janitor
Amar Atkins
as Bald Headed Rapper #4
Beethovan Oden
as Owner
Teniece Divya Johnson
as Woman
Rory Clarke
as Goon #1
Jourdan JoJo Battiste
as Prince Po
Nick Doolan
as Director
Nic Inglese
as College DJ
Eric Ruffin
as Goofy Dude
Mark Lehneman
as Lacrosse Players Parent
Myles Marable
as Customer
Ingalls Grant Wilder
as Fiend
Chance Mekhi
as Fat Kid
Chadd Alexander
as Carl Harris
Ben Rezendes
as White Dude #1
Michael Schantz
as Cop #1/Cop #2
Dennis Jay Funny
as DaShaun (U-God's Crew)
Myron Lee
as Deidrich
Paola Lázaro
as Tonya
Marcus Gladney Jr.
as Isaiah
Bill Dawes
as Officer Oliver
Jashawn Lee
as Vinnie
Kecia Lewis
as Aunt Goldie
Kam Dabrowski
as Young Man
Ebony Obsidian
as Nia
Patrick Ssenjovu
as African Vendor
Christian Mark Gibbs
as Cuba Gooding Sr.
Cindy Jordan-Meryll
as Overweight White Woman
Matt Walton
Gil Deeble
as Rondell
Chauncey Johnson
as Eric B
Silvia Dionicio
as Girl
Diane Howard
as Laurie
Jerome Brooks Jr.
as The Main Ingredient Pianist
Zoe Mann
as Violet Brown
Charlie Kevin
as Ref
Armani Brown
as Convention Attendee
Yvette Lashawn Williams
as Cynthia
Stacey A Sheffield
as Honey Drippers Saxophonist
Giorgio Panetta
as Ricky
Robbie Tate-Brickle
as Man
Natalie Carter
as Miss Gloria
Nave Murray
as $5 Bill Kid
Jordan Pesci
as Young Woman #2
Domonique Hansen
as College Student
Caleb Castille
as Darryl 'Chino' Hill
Ren Harlow
as Hot White Girl
Natasha Murray
as Power's Mom
Nicholas Avenue
as Dante Ross
Antoni Corone
as Patxi

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2021 | 10 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Black Reel Awards for Television 2020


Black Reel Awards for Television

Outstanding Supporting Actor, Drama Series


Black Reel Awards for Television

Outstanding Drama Series


Black Reel Awards for Television

Outstanding Music (Comedy, Drama, TV Movie or Limited Series)

Location Managers Guild International Awards (LMGI) 2020


Location Managers Guild International Awards (LMGI)

Oustanding Locations in a Period Television Series

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