All American (TV series)

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All American
All American Title Card.jpg
GenreSports drama
Created byApril Blair
Starring
Composer(s)Blake Neely
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes32 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
Producer(s)Robbie Rogers
Cinematography
  • Ramsey Nickell
  • Finesse Pesos
  • Carlos Arguello
Editor(s)
  • Avi Youabian
  • Felicia M. Livingston
  • Finnian Murray
  • Jessie Murray
Running time42–49 minutes
Production company(s)
DistributorWarner Bros. Television Distribution
Release
Original networkThe CW
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Original releaseOctober 10, 2018 (2018-10-10) –
present (present)
External links
Website

All American is an American sports drama television series, created by April Blair that premiered on The CW on October 10, 2018. The series is inspired by the life of professional American football player Spencer Paysinger with Daniel Ezra in the lead role.

In April 2019, the series was renewed for a second season,[1] which premiered on October 7, 2019.[2] In January 2020, The CW renewed the series for a third season.[3]

Premise[edit]

"When a rising high school American football player from South L.A. is recruited to play for Beverly Hills High, the wins, losses and struggles of two families from vastly different worlds—Crenshaw and Beverly Hills—begin to collide. Inspired by the life of pro football player Spencer Paysinger."[4]

Cast and characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Daniel Ezra as Spencer James, based on Spencer Paysinger, a star wide receiver at Crenshaw High School who transfers to Beverly Hills High to play American football, but is switched to playing Safety, and also covers as a kickoff returner and running back.[5] He long believed that his father was a linebacker coach for Eastern Nevada. After trying to drive Tyrone's gang out of Crenshaw, he was the only player given a standing ovation by the South Crenshaw crowd, despite playing for Beverly Hills High, their much more affluent cross-town rival. However, he knocked Chris out cold on a legal coverage tackle from a QB Spy after Chris scrambled once too many times. Chris temporarily lost feelings on his legs, a suspected lumbar injury. Spencer quit football the day after ring ceremony and days after he got his top 60 college prospect ranking because he was grieving from Corey's death. After he got shot by one of Tyrone's connections, he ultimately decided to perform surgery to remove the bullet so he could return to playing football.
  • Bre-Z as Tamia "Coop" Cooper, Spencer's lesbian friend from Crenshaw High. While she tried to warn Shawn off the gang, she started to take the gang life more seriously after Shawn was killed off, restarting the chain of revenge killings between rival gangs that started with Shawn's brother, Brendon the year before.[6] Also, as she is still a minor, she cannot take over the lease on Shawn's rental house, even if she was to be emancipated from her mother. When she moved back in after she helped with the arrest of Tyrone Moore, she reverted to being a songwriter and DJ.
  • Greta Onieogou as Layla Keating, a student at Beverly High who also shows an interest in Spencer. Her father is a very successful record producer, but her mother was killed in a car accident in Switzerland. She was dating Asher, but is now dating Spencer and used to be friends with Olivia before they had a falling out but they have reconciled. Her father was one of the boosters that donated to refurbish the locker rooms of Rose Bowl, home of UCLA Bruins.[6]
  • Samantha Logan as Olivia Baker, Billy's daughter who develops an interest in Spencer, but later becomes Asher's love interest. She recently just got out of rehab after a tumultuous last year and once had a one-night stand with Asher, which ended her friendship with Layla. After, reconciling again they become closer. Olivia started to help Asher put his life back together and also remains close friends with him. Her and her brother Jordan are very close and she is also very close with her parents. She is also close friends with Spencer as they often confide in each other as friends.[7]
  • Michael Evans Behling as Jordan Baker, Billy's son, Olivia's twin brother, and quarterback for Beverly High. Jordan was initially jealous of Spencer but the two quickly formed a friendship. Jordan on season 2 was turning very rebellious and he was out of control. He got into fights and crash his sister's car and lost her trust in her mother when she punished him for it. He almost got a girl pregnant.[8]
  • Cody Christian as Asher Adams, wide receiver of the Beverly High American football team and Layla's boyfriend. His father lost all of their family's money, which resulted in Asher's mother leaving. Asher and his father rent a guest house from another family that is always out of the country. Asher pretends the mansion is his to keep up the appearance his family has money, until he must confess that his father is laid off and has become broke. Asher found out why his parents split up, his father told her mother to stay away from him and his mother was an ex-hooker and that is how his parents met.[9] His mother was an alumnus of Malibu Charter School, coached by Billy's former NFL rival. He was suspended for 2 games due to intoxication at Homecoming Dance after Layla broke up with him, and then was kicked off the team after he tipped off Malibu with Beverly's entire offensive playbook. In 2017, he was with Layla and was an alcoholic. After winning State title, he became more dedicated because his scout stock actually fell due to lack of targets. He, along with Spencer, became offensive captain in season 2 while Jordan was left out. The Art of Peer Pressure that Asher is juicing aka taking steroids and Baker found out will have to do something about it.
  • Karimah Westbrook as Grace James, Spencer's mother who secretly knew Billy a long time ago and had a one-night stand with him.[10] However, it turns out that Billy, Grace and Corey all were graduate class of 1994 in South Crenshaw.
  • Monét Mazur as Laura Fine-Baker, Billy's wife who is a lawyer and also Olivia and Jordan's mother. She is a very strict disciplinarian who insists structure and discipline. In season 2, she tried to keep the family together and she spent most of series laying down the law and punishing Jordan. Jordan got into trouble with fighting and crashing his sister's car and almost got a girl pregnant. Mostly, she decided to file for separation. The Art of Peer Pressure she is elected District Attorney of Los Angeles County.[8]
  • Taye Diggs as Billy Baker, the coach for Beverly Hills High American football team who recruits Spencer. Like Spencer, he was an alumnus of both Crenshaw High and Beverly Hills High, and played in the NFL as a former second-round pick, before his career was cut short by knee injuries. His father also abandoned him as a child. In season 2, it was also revealed that both he and Corey played against each other in Pop Warner, and he actually left South Crenshaw because he could not deal with the loss of his mother, who was the history teach of South Crenshaw High. In season 2, he tried to fight repair the marriage with Laura, but she decided to file for separation.
  • Jalyn Hall as Dillon James (season 2; recurring season 1) Spencer's younger brother. Like Spencer, he is also an A-grade student, and is much more mature for his young age. Likes sci-fi comics. He wants to play American football like his brother Spencer, but at the moment, he is too young, so he sticks to playing basketball.[11] He was later found to be Corey's son.

Recurring[edit]

  • Jay Reeves as Shawn Scott,[12] a drug dealer and gang member who sometimes does good deeds, but was shot dead by rival gangs as part of revenge killing in front of his house after he paid Tyrone off to get out of the gang.
  • Hunter Clowdus as JJ Parker, an outside linebacker/tight end for the Beverly High Eagles. A party boy that likes to organize parties.
  • Spence Moore II as Chris, a quarterback at Crenshaw High and Olivia's love interest. Despite initially resenting Spencer for moving to Beverly, he helped Beverly Eagles defeat Malibu using Crenshaw's old playbook.
  • Casper Van Dien as Harold Adams, Asher's father.
  • Chelsea Tavares as Patience, Coop's love interest. An aspiring lyricist, but because she has a supportive family when she came out as a lesbian, she often struggles to understand Coop's hesitance to let her meet Coop's mother and her more supportive church friends.
  • Mitchell Edwards as Cam, Crenshaw's new receiver after Spencer left. He has great size, speed and athleticism, but often outplayed by Spencer as the cornerback due to his poor hands and easy tells.
  • Brent Jennings as Willy Baker, Billy's father. Former Beverly Hills Football coach, and raised Billy to become an NFL player, he believed Billy abandoned him after going pro and left Crenshaw. He disapproves of his son's lifestyle and refuses to accept his daughter-in-law because she is white. Despite this, he receives monthly payments from his son. He also conned money from his grandson by suggesting he couldn't afford medical care for his diabetes.
  • Michelle Hayden as Ripley, a cheerleader for Malibu Charter School, and love interest of Jordan, but she abuses him as she is a marijuana user, to get him into trouble.
  • Demetrius Shipp Jr. as Tyrone Moore, a gang leader in Crenshaw. He was the mastermind that killed both Brendon and Shawn Scott. He also put Preach into hospital by shooting. He was apprehended by Police on State Championship night after Coop set up a police ambush. However, he was released from jail after Preach decided not to testify. He was later killed in his front porch by Ruth Scott in revenge for killing her sons.
  • Mikelen Walker as Malik, Tyrone and Coop's gang underling, mostly used for espionage missions. He pretended to be loyal to Coop but was really still working with Tyrone, but Coop had already set up a police ambush to put Tyrone behind bars.
  • Asjha Cooper as Kia Williams, South Crenshaw High student, ex-girlfriend of Spencer and an avid social activist. Her uncle is a reformed Bloods gang member.
  • Lahmard J. Tate as Flip, Kia's uncle and a reformed Blood gang member.
  • Chad L. Coleman as Corey James, a former American football player and coach who is Spencer's biological father. He also played against Billy since Pop Warner, also an aspiring running back. However, his football dreams was dashed after high school because he was stricken with life-threatening illness, he later on died of that illness.
  • Kareem J. Grimes as Preach, a gang member who initially follows Tyrone because he thought Tyrone saved Brendon's lives by serving two prison terms together. However, when Coop made him realize the Scotts were both killed by Tyrone, he tried to set a plan to kill him, but he failed, and was shot and critically injured, and is recovering in Intensive Care Unit post-operation. In Season 2, he got a job as a security guard after he recovered and helped Coop gain an audience for her first show, but was arrested after Tyrone set him up and was sent back to prison for assaulting Buggs and his parole violation.
  • Da'Vinchi as Darnell (season 2), a quarterback at South Crenshaw who lived with Corey for 7 years in Nevada, Corey's son from a previous relationship. While having a frosty relationship with Spencer, they reconciled in Corey's final days. He was invited to live with Grace soon after Corey died.
  • Kayla Smith as Rochelle (season 2), a recent graduate of Beverly Hills High School and aspiring sports journalist.
  • Corey Reynolds as Cliff Mosley (season 2), the head of the Beverly High School Boosters until he was voted out as he tried to relinquish Billy Baker from his coaching role without his presence.
  • Dina Meyer as Gwen Adams (season 2), Asher's mother.
  • Geffri Maya as Simone (season 2), a classmate involved with Jordan.
  • Scot Ruggles as Coach Wilson (season 2), coach for UCLA football team who wants Spencer and Darnell to play for them in college.[13]

Guest[edit]

  • Jordan Belfi as Principal Ed Landon
  • Danielle Campbell as Hadley [14]
  • Bill Lee Brown as Alvin Washington, barber and respected figure in Crenshaw.
  • Elvis Nolasco as JP Keating, Layla's father, a music mogul that grew up in Harlem, New York. Donated to build Rose Bowl's Locker Room. As an alumnus of UCLA, he is effectively a lifetime member of the ground. He returned to her life for good when he realizes that Layla attempted suicide at the exact same place as her mother.
  • Niatia "Lil Mama" Kirkland as Chynna, Layla's father's new lover, but also a rapper managed by JP that is set to make her debut. Although she was born in Crenshaw, she was not raised there.
  • Judith Scott as Janelle Cooper, Coop's overly religious, divorced, homophobic mother who throws Coop out of her house after she comes out as a lesbian. However, she realizes their differences are relatively trivial, and let Coop back in, after Preach was critically injured after being shot by Tyrone. She never fully embraced the idea of meeting Coop and Patience together, until they wrote a song that speaks to Coop's struggles in season 2.
  • Jefferson Reid as Brandon Scott, deceased older brother to Shawn. He was also part of the same gang that Shawn was in. He was killed last year, which triggered a cycle of revenge killings between the two rival gangs.
  • James R. Black as Reggie, Coop's father. A former truck driver after not wanting to work for Tyrone. Because he is estranged from his wife, he hasn't been able to help Coop as much as he wished. He knew Coops was gay long before he and his wife divorced.
  • Daryl C. Brown as Pastor Weekes, a respected South Crenshaw pastor and a South Crenshshaw High academic alumnus.
  • Akono Dixon as Andre, Tyrone and Coop's gang underlings, mostly used for money transfer missions.
  • Spencer Paysinger as Assistant Coach Davis of Beverley Hills.
  • Akanimo Eyo as High School Billy
  • Stephen Kokole as Young Billy
  • Shaun Fury as High School Corey
  • Amari O'Neil as Young Corey
  • Christina Webber as Billy's Mom
  • Chip Kelly as himself, UCLA head coach and former NFL head coach for the Philadelphia Eagles

Episodes[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
116October 10, 2018 (2018-10-10)March 20, 2019 (2019-03-20)
216October 7, 2019 (2019-10-07)March 9, 2020 (2020-03-09)

Season 1 (2018–19)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
11"Pilot"Rob HardyApril BlairOctober 10, 2018 (2018-10-10)T15.101510.69[15]
Spencer James, an ambitious American football player from South Los Angeles, is offered a scholarship to Beverly Hills High School when the coach Billy Baker notices his ability. He is torn between his two worlds, as his mother and brother both want him to relocate while his friend Coop struggles with gangs and his cultural shift in lifestyles. He also struggles with his father's abandonment for a coaching job. On his first day, he plays exceptionally well much to the dismay of Asher while Spencer gets close with his girlfriend Layla who is extremely wealthy and takes a liking to him. However, Billy's daughter Olivia seems to be more interested in him. Soon Spencer learns of experts coming in to watch him play American football but a party leads to him being drugged and embarrasses himself during the game. At the end of the episode, Spencer is forced to move into the Baker household while Billy shows up at Spencer's home to his mother and says that they need to tell him the truth.
22"99 Problems"David McWhirterApril Blair & Mike Herro & David StrausOctober 17, 2018 (2018-10-17)T13.213520.61[16]
Spencer continues to live within the household but Billy's constant attention to Spencer causes a rift between his relationship with his son Jordan and Olivia with Asher becoming aggressive towards him because of his interest towards Layla. Spencer continues to travel down South but his friend Coop continues to hang out with gang member Shawn and forced to pledge loyalty by dropping off what is supposed to be drugs but actually a gift to an ex-member's grandmother and soon informs Spencer that he has to live his own life. His constant visits also worry Grace as she wants what's best for him. At scouting night, Asher's father soon disrupts the scene after his son is injured earlier on accidentally by Spencer and announces that Spencer has been staying in the Baker household. A confrontation between Shawn and Spencer and an injury leads to Beverly Hills losing the game.
33"i"Rob HardyNkechi O. CarrollOctober 24, 2018 (2018-10-24)T13.213530.76[17]
At an American football session, Asher continues to grow frustrated with Spencer and soon creates a meme to ridicule him and sends it across the school. Meanwhile, Coop begins falling for a girl named Patience at her mother's church choir soon revealed to be the reason that she hasn't come out as lesbian due to the religious belief's of her family. The tensions between Asher and Spencer increase when they attempt to fight at a session and soon Jordan experiences Spencer's former life in South LA before Beverly after defending Spencer against Asher. Olivia and Layla try to reconcile after being paired for an English project. Jordan experiences police racism-based treatment after being harassed and Billy soon becomes hurt that his son wasn't aware of the prejudice. Jordan goes to a barber with his dad but finds his old high school yearbook revealing that his father dated Grace James, Spencer's mother.
44"Lose Yourself"Elodie KeeneJohn A. NorrisNovember 7, 2018 (2018-11-07)T13.213540.75[18]
55"All We Got"Rose TrocheRobert D. Doty & Lorna OsunsanmiNovember 14, 2018 (2018-11-14)T13.213550.67[19]
66"The Choice Is Yours"Benny BoomMike Herro & David Strauss & J. Stone AlstonNovember 28, 2018 (2018-11-28)T13.213560.75[20]
77"California Love"Dawn WilkinsonNkechi Carroll & Michael BhimDecember 5, 2018 (2018-12-05)T13.213570.66[21]
88"Homecoming"Rob HardyApril BlairDecember 12, 2018 (2018-12-12)T13.213580.70[22]
99"Keep Ya Head Up"Kevin Rodney SullivanJohn A. NorrisJanuary 16, 2019 (2019-01-16)T13.213590.69[23]
1010"m.A.A.d. city"Darren GrantNatalie Abrams & Cam'ron MooreJanuary 23, 2019 (2019-01-23)T13.213600.71[24]
1111"All Eyez on Me"Michael SchultzJ. Stone Alston & Robert D. DotyJanuary 30, 2019 (2019-01-30)T13.213610.77[25]
1212"Back in the Day"Elizabeth Allen RosenbaumNkechi O. Carroll & Lorna OsunsanmiFebruary 6, 2019 (2019-02-06)T13.213620.57[26]
Coop struggles to keep Shawn's old rental properly as she isn't fully emancipated from her mother but her father managed to reconcile with his ex wife and make her at least sign the emancipation paper with him, while Olivia threatens to relapse back to her 2017 self due to her being abandoned during playoffs and her mother's district attorney promotion campaign period, while Kia also ended her relationship with Spencer during that same time after she witnessed him fighting, and he almost started a fight again with Asher, worrying he and Layla could be back together.
1313"Legacy"Salli Richardson-WhitfieldJohn A. NorrisFebruary 27, 2019 (2019-02-27)T13.213630.61[27]
1414"Regulate"Geoff SholtzJameal TurnerMarch 6, 2019 (2019-03-06)T13.213640.59[28]
1515"Best Kept Secret"Michael SchultzMike Herro & David StraussMarch 13, 2019 (2019-03-13)T13.213650.60[29]
1616"Championships"David McWhirterNkechi Okoro Carroll & Michael BhimMarch 20, 2019 (2019-03-20)T13.213660.54[30]
Spencer must face his former team at South Crenshaw High in the state championship game. Coop finally executes the plan to subdue Tyrone. In the end, Spencer's dad becomes the new American football coach for South Crenshaw High School and wants Spencer to come back home to play for the team. Spencer must make the decision to either stay at Beverly or go back to Crenshaw.

Season 2 (2019–20)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
171"Hussle & Motivate"Rob HardyNkechi Okoro CarrollOctober 7, 2019 (2019-10-07)T13.222010.88[31]
Jordan decides to deal with his family drama. Olivia fights to reunite her newly broken home. Billy makes some tough decisions to get himself back together and win back his family. Asher clearly has strong feelings for Olivia. Laura is still in depression following her husbands affair. Corey pressures Spencer's mother to a paternity test for Dillon. Grace apologizes to Laura about the affair. Spencer has a tough decision to make, stay at his high school in Beverly Hills, or reunite with his family in South LA (Crenshaw), and play for his father at South Crenshaw High School.
182"Speak Ya Clout"Michael SchultzMike Herro & David StraussOctober 14, 2019 (2019-10-14)T13.222020.69[32]
193"Never No More"Sheelin ChokseyJameal TurnerOctober 21, 2019 (2019-10-21)T13.222030.68[33]
204"They Reminisce Over You"Gregg SimonJohn A. NorrisOctober 28, 2019 (2019-10-28)T13.222040.71[34]
215"Bring the Pain"David McWhirterRobert D. DotyNovember 11, 2019 (2019-11-11)T13.222050.72[35]
226"Hard Knock Life"Kristin WindellJ. Stone Alston & Michael BhimNovember 18, 2019 (2019-11-18)T13.222060.68[36]
237"Coming Home"Benny BoomNkechi Okoro Carroll & Lorna OsunsanmiNovember 25, 2019 (2019-11-25)T13.222070.68[37]
248"Life Goes On"Avi YoubianJohn A. Norris & Laura NavaDecember 2, 2019 (2019-12-02)T13.222080.70[38]
259"One of Them Nights"Erica WatsonJameal Turner & Cam'ron MooreJanuary 20, 2020 (2020-01-20)T13.222090.64[39]
2610"Protect Ya Neck"Dawn WilkinsonMike Herro & David StraussJanuary 27, 2020 (2020-01-27)T13.222100.66[40]
2711"Tha Crossroads"Ryan ZaragozaRobert D. Doty & Lorna OsunsanmiFebruary 3, 2020 (2020-02-03)T13.222110.79[41]
2812"Only Time Will Tell"Kelli WilliamsJohn A. NorrisFebruary 10, 2020 (2020-02-10)T13.222120.78[42]
2913"The Art of Peer Pressure"David McWhirterJameal Turner & Micah CyrusFebruary 17, 2020 (2020-02-17)T13.222130.72[43]
3014"Who Shot Ya"Nikhil PanizMichael Bhim & Cam'ron MooreFebruary 24, 2020 (2020-02-24)T13.222140.74[44]
3115"Stakes is High"David CrabtreeMike Herro & David Strauss & J. Stone AlstonMarch 2, 2020 (2020-03-02)T13.222150.76[45]
3216"Decisions"Michael SchultzNkechi Okoro Carroll & Carrie GutenbergMarch 9, 2020 (2020-03-09)T13.222160.70[46]

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

In September 2017, it was announced that The CW veteran Greg Berlanti had two pilots in development for the network, one of them inspired by the life of NFL football player Spencer Paysinger. It was also revealed that April Blair would write and executive produce the untitled project, with Berlanti and Sarah Schechter executive producing.[47] A pilot for the potential series, then called Spencer, was ordered in January 2018.[48] The pilot was ordered to series on May 11, 2018.[4] On October 2, 2018, it was reported that Blair had stepped down as showrunner due to "personal reasons" and was subsequently replaced with co-executive producer Nkechi Okoro Carroll, who was also made an executive producer.[49] On October 8, 2018, The CW ordered five additional scripts for the series.[50] On November 8, 2018, it was announced that The CW had ordered an additional three episodes of the series, bringing the first season total up to 16 episodes.[51] On April 24, 2019, it was reported that The CW renewed the series for a second season.[1] The second season premiered on October 7, 2019.[2] On October 8, 2019, The CW ordered three more episodes for the show's second season.[52] On January 7, 2020, the series was renewed for a third season.[3]

Casting[edit]

On February 22, 2018, Taye Diggs was cast as Billy Baker, followed a week later with Samantha Logan cast as Olivia Baker, his daughter.[53][7] The rest of the cast was filled out through mid-March with Bre-Z and Greta Onieogou cast on March 15, 2018 as characters, Tamia Cooper and Layla Keating, respectively, with Monet Mazur, Michael Evans Behling, and Cody Christian cast the next day, to play Laura Fine-Baker, Olivia's mother; Jordan Baker, Olivia's brother; and Asher, respectively.[6][8][9] Karimah Westbrook was cast as Grace James on March 19, 2018 and British actor Daniel Ezra was cast in the lead role of Spencer James on March 21, 2018.[10][5] On May 31, 2018, Jalyn Hall was promoted to a series regular as Dillion, Spencer's little brother.[11]

Filming[edit]

Filming for the series takes place in Los Angeles, California.[54] The pilot was filmed during the first quarter of 2018.[citation needed] Filming for season one began the following July.[55] Filming took place in Thomas Jefferson High School in South Central Los Angeles known as South Crenshaw High School in the series.[citation needed]

Reception[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Viewership and ratings per season of All American
Season Timeslot (ET) Episodes First aired Last aired TV season Viewership
rank
Avg. viewers
(millions)
18–49
rank
Date Viewers
(millions)
Date Viewers
(millions)
1 Wednesday 9:00 pm 16 October 10, 2018 (2018-10-10) 0.69[15] March 20, 2019 (2019-03-20) 0.54[30] 2018–19 203 0.90[56] TBD
2 Monday 8:00 pm 16 October 7, 2019 (2019-10-07) 0.88[31] March 9, 2020 (2020-03-09) 0.70[46] 2019–20 TBD TBD TBD

Season 1[edit]

No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Pilot" October 10, 2018 0.2/1 0.69[15] 0.1 0.37 0.3 1.06[57]
2 "99 Problem" October 17, 2018 0.2/1 0.61[16] 0.1 0.37 0.3 0.98[58]
3 "i" October 24, 2018 0.3/1 0.76[17] 0.1 0.44 0.4 1.21[59]
4 "Lose Yourself" November 7, 2018 0.3/1 0.75[18] 0.2 0.41 0.5 1.16[60]
5 "All We Got" November 14, 2018 0.3/1 0.67[19] 0.1 0.45 0.4 1.12[61]
6 "The Choice Is Yours" November 28, 2018 0.3/1 0.75[20] 0.1 0.43 0.4 1.18[62]
7 "California Love" December 5, 2018 0.2/1 0.66[21] 0.2 0.40 0.4 1.06[63]
8 "Homecoming" December 12, 2018 0.2/1 0.70[22] 0.2 0.35 0.4 1.05[64]
9 "Keep Ya Head Up" January 16, 2019 0.2/1 0.69[23] 0.1 0.34 0.3 1.03[65]
10 "m.A.A.d. city" January 23, 2019 0.2/1 0.71[24] 0.2 0.41 0.4 1.12[66]
11 "All Eyez on Me" January 30, 2019 0.2/1 0.77[25] 0.2 0.31 0.4 1.08[67]
12 "Back in the Day" February 6, 2019 0.2/1 0.57[26] 0.1 0.40 0.3 0.97[68]
13 "Legacy" February 27, 2019 0.2/1 0.61[27] 0.2 0.39 0.4 1.00[69]
14 "Regulate" March 6, 2019 0.2/1 0.59[28] 0.1 0.38 0.3 0.97[70]
15 "Best Kept Secret" March 13, 2019 0.2/1 0.60[29] 0.2 0.41 0.4 1.01[71]
16 "Championships" March 20, 2019 0.2/1 0.54[30] 0.1 0.34 0.3 0.88[72]

Season 2[edit]

No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Hussle & Motivate" October 7, 2019 0.3/1 0.88[31] 0.3 0.66 0.6 1.54[73]
2 "Speak Ya Clout" October 14, 2019 0.2/1 0.69[32] 0.3 0.58 0.5 1.27[74]
3 "Never No More" October 21, 2019 0.2/1 0.68[33] 0.2 0.52 0.4 1.20[75]
4 "They Reminisce Over You" October 28, 2019 0.2/1 0.71[34] 0.2 0.49 0.4 1.20[76]
5 "Bring the Pain" November 11, 2019 0.2/1 0.72[35] 0.3 0.54 0.5 1.26[77]
6 "Hard Knock Life" November 18, 2019 0.2/1 0.68[36] 0.2 0.48 0.4 1.16[78]
7 "Coming Home" November 25, 2019 0.2/1 0.68[37] 0.2 0.59 0.4 1.27[79]
8 "Life Goes On" December 2, 2019 0.2/1 0.70[38] 0.2 0.43 0.4 1.13[80]
9 "One of Them Nights" January 20, 2020 0.2/1 0.64[39] 0.1 0.35 0.3 0.99[81]
10 "Protect Ya Neck" January 27, 2020 0.2/1 0.66[40] 0.2 0.35 0.4 1.01[82]
11 "Tha Crossroads" February 3, 2020 0.2 0.79[41] 0.2 0.40 0.4 1.19[83]
12 "Only Time Will Tell" February 10, 2020 0.3 0.78[42] 0.2 0.37 0.5 1.15[84]
13 "The Art of Peer Pressure" February 17, 2020 0.3 0.72[43] 0.1 0.38 0.4 1.10[85]
14 "Who Shot Ya" February 24, 2020 0.3 0.74[44] 0.2 0.40 0.5 1.14[86]
15 "Stakes is High" March 2, 2020 0.3 0.76[45] 0.2 0.39 0.5 1.15[87]
16 "Decisions" March 9, 2020 0.2 0.70[46] 0.2 0.43 0.4 1.13[88]

Critical response[edit]

On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the series holds an approval rating of 91%, based on 23 reviews, and an average rating of 6.92/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "All American's ambitious attempts to tackle class struggles and classroom drama largely play thanks to its winning cast—an auspicious start to a promising new series".[89] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 63 out of 100 based on 15 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[90]

Accolades[edit]

[91]

Year Award Category Nominee Result Ref.
2019 Black Reel Award Outstanding Drama Series All American Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress, Drama Series Karimah Westbrook Nominated

Release[edit]

Distribution[edit]

All American is aired as a web-only series on TVNZ OnDemand. It released the same episode as the US at 8pm Thursdays (NZDT), 5 hours after it is aired in the US, during season one.[92] Season two will be released on the same day as the US at 7pm Tuesdays (NZDT), 4 hours after it is aired in the USA.[92]

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