The CW has recently canceled several shows, including Charmed, Dynasty, Naomi, and Roswell, in New Mexico. However, All American: Homecoming was successful in surviving the massive overhaul. The freshman series has been renewed for a second season on the network.
The hit series All American premiered on the CW on February 21, 2022. A backdoor pilot for the series, which initially expanded to include Simone Hicks, who graduated from Bringston University in 2021. Damon Sims is a nationally recognized high school baseball prodigy who chooses to play for Bringston instead of entering the MLB draft.
Peyton Alex Smith plays Simone Hicks for All American: Homecoming while Kelly Jenrette, Cory Hardrict, Sylvester Powell, Camille Hyde, Mitchell Edwards, and Netta Walker star in the pair.
Both fans and critics have welcomed the show''s attention. All American: Homecoming is currently selling an 83% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It is commended for its strong character, its ability to balance heavy topics with the lighthearted atmosphere of college performances, and its dedication to teaching students. Alongside Carroll, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, David Madden, and Robbie Rogers have all served as executive producers.
As planned, the new series has a lot of things in common with All American, including its positive reception, sports theme, and stunning backgrounds. Carroll also served as an executive producer on All American. The CW also renewed the parent series for a fifth season back in March 2022.
The Flash, Superman & Lois, Kung Fu, Nancy Drew, and Riverdale are all renewed at the CW. However, the cast of All American: Homecoming has already received an average of 670,000 viewers weekly; Charmed, which was recently canceled by the network, had an average of 650,000 total viewers weekly. Two of the upcoming shows, along with all American: Homecoming, may be in safer waters than previously assumed.
No word has been reached on when the second season of All American: Homecoming will air.
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