All American’s fifth season ended with an emotional finale titled “Now That We’ve Found Love” on May 15, 2023. Fans eagerly await the sixth season, which the CW renewed on January 11, 2023. The network’s flagship franchise has a loyal fanbase across platforms.
Brad Schwartz, The CW’s president of entertainment, said, “Over the last five seasons, ‘All American’ has established itself as one of the all-time CW flagship franchises.” “All American” is the network’s youngest and strongest series across all platforms. For another season of riveting family drama, we look forward to working with showrunner Nkechi Okoro Carroll, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, the entire creative team, and the wonderful cast.”
All-American pulls from Spencer Paysinger’s NFL career. The series creator is April Blair. The show’s executive producers are Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, John A. Norris, Jameal Turner, Mike Herro, and David Strauss. The series is produced by Berlanti Productions, Warner Bros. Television, and CBS Studios.
Spencer James, a talented South L.A. high school football player, is recruited to play for Beverly Hills High in All-American. The fifth season followed the hardships of two families from opposite worlds, Crenshaw and Beverly Hills. In the context of high school football, the show explores identity, family, friendship, and personal growth.
All American Season 5 Episode 20, “Now That We’ve Found Love,” marks the end of another chapter in the show’s history. This episode promises a roller coaster of emotions as the characters face devastating losses and exhilarating new prospects. The finale’s sad tale, great acting, and evocative photography enthrall viewers.
All-American Season 6 Release Date
Following the pattern of previous seasons, All American Season 6 is expected to be released around October 2023. Fans may expect the same number of episodes, ranging from 15 to 20, as in past seasons.
All-American Season 6 Cast
- Greta Onieogou as Layla
- Michael Evans Behling as Jordan
- Bre-Z as Coop
- Cody Christian as Asher
- Chelsea Tavares as Patience
- Karimah Westbrook as Grace
- Monet Mazur as Laura
- Hunter Clowdus as JJ
All American Season 6 Plot
Season 6 is still in the works, hence no official plot outline has been given. Fans should expect a few couples to spend next season figuring out what’s next in their respective relationships, based on what transpired in season 5. Spencer and Olivia are leading the charge in this regard.
Spencer and Olivia ultimately confessed their love for one another in the season 5 finale, after spending most of the previous season apart but pining for each other. They did so, though, just before she boarded a plane to Europe for the summer. As a fan of the couple, I hope the distance does not harm their freshly repaired relationship.
Jordan and Layla, as well as Asher and Jaymee, are all navigating their own romantic adventures. Given that the former couple has their own hectic schedules to worry about, as well as wedding planning, and the latter couple is expecting a child, we’d say both partnerships face some hurdles.
Oh, and of course, all of The Vortex’s members have a lot of life to figure out as they continue to explore this thing called “adulting.”
Where To Watch The Upcoming Season?
The CW renewed All American for a sixth season on January 11, 2023. It follows the hardships of two families from opposite worlds, Crenshaw and Beverly Hills, and explores identity, family, friendship, and personal growth. The fifth season marks the end of another chapter in the show’s history, with a roller coaster of emotions as the characters face devastating losses and exhilarating new prospects.
All-American Season 6 is expected to be released in October 2023, with 15-20 episodes. The cast includes Greta Onieogou as Layla, Michael Evans Behling as Jordan, Bre-Z as Coop, Cody Christian as Asher, Chelsea Tavares as Patience, Kararimah Westbrook as Grace, Monet Mazur as Laura, Hunter Clowdus as JJ.
The plot is still in the works, but Spencer and Olivia are leading the charge. Fans can watch the season on Amazon Prime, Netflix, and Hulu.