Fans of the series Wu-Tang: An American Saga will be happy to know the entire Wu-Tang Clan will be represented for season 2.

In an exclusive with Variety, RZA confirmed that U-God would be part of the show’s upcoming sophomore season and that his involvement was “always” going to happen.

“Yes, he’s signed on for Season 2,” RZA said. “He always was going to be part of it.”

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Debuting in 2019, Wu-Tang: An American Saga chronicles the life and times of the Wu-Tang Clan as they rise from various trials and tribulations in Staten Island, New York to landing a record deal with Loud Records and eventually becoming Hip Hop legends.

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The first season introduced viewers to the early origins of the Wu with a robust cast that included Ashton Sanders, Shameik Moore, Siddiq Saunderson, Marcus Callender, Dave East and more. RZA and Method Man serve as the show’s executive producers alongside Brian Grazer, Francie Calfo, Samie Kim Falvey and Alex Tse.

After the show was renewed for a second season in January, a premiere had yet to be revealed as production was halted due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

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