The spinoff to “All American” titled “All American: Homecoming” is back on tonight, but it won’t be a new episode. Here’s when the next new episode of the sitcom will air.
It’s simple. “All American” is going on a two-week hiatus and will return with episode 14 titled “Stand Up For Something” which will debut Monday, March 20 at 9 p.m. ET on The CW. Instead, a re-run of season two, episode nine “Hard Place” will air.
You can also sign up for “All American: Homecoming” via fuboTV and get a free trial here to watch “All American” on demand. FuboTV’s pricing starts at $64.99 a month.
Fans can also catch the show via DirecTV Stream, which costs $49.99 monthly for the first two months and then $69.99 thereafter.
You can also watch the show via Hulu Live at 9 p.m. too.
The latest episode will be available to watch for free using the app the next day.
Series Synopsis, according to Rotten Tomatoes: “A young adult sports drama set against the backdrop of the HBCU, aka historically Black colleges and universities, experience at Bringston University, where Black excellence is a way of life. The series follows Simone, a young tennis hopeful from Beverly Hills who is trying to fight her way back after some time away from the court; Damon, an elite baseball player from Chicago who is carrying the weight of the world on his shoulders; JR, Damon’s fellow baseball player and childhood friend; Thea, the super-competitive queen bee of the Bringston tennis team; and Keisha, the school’s unofficial mayor who must help Simone learn how to live her best life. As they contend with the high stakes of college sports, Simone and Damon must also navigate the highs and lows of unsupervised early adulthood at a prestigious HBCU.”
Episode Guide So Far:
In episode one titled “We Need A Resolution,” “After the holiday break, Simone returns to Bringston ready to focus solely on tennis; Damon is faced with a decision he’s been putting off since before the holidays; Keisha reverts to her old ways and throws a last-minute New Year’s Eve party.”
In episode two titled “No Love,” “Simone finds herself once again at odds with her teammates; Damon is stressed about how his decision will affect those around him; Keisha is all in on her new dance major, but she must overcome a roadblock that she didn’t anticipate.”
In episode three titled “Me, Myself & I,” “Simone shows a different side of herself as she reclaims her power on and off the court; Damon’s determination to ignore his unresolved relationship with Jessie leads to conflict and an uncertainty within the team.”
In episode four titled “We Shall Not Be Moved,” “Cam receives a disturbing call for Amara; Damon comes to a decision about his birth parents, which helps him make a surprising revelation; Keisha grows concerned when Nate goes missing; JR revisits a painful time in his past.”
In episode five titled “No More Drama,” “When Amara realizes that the student body is still reeling from recent events on campus, she gives everyone a mental health day; Damon feels insecure about his relationship with Thea; Keisha worries about how Cam is holding up.”
In episode six titled “Free Your Mind,” “Simone’s interest in joining a sorority grows, but she runs into some roadblocks; Marcus tasks Damon and JR with hosting a potential top baseball recruit, but unexpected tension between the two messes up everything.”
In episode seven titled “Integrity,” “Simone is trying to break her long running tennis curse by acing her presentation and dealing with boy drama, but a blast from her past brings its own drama; Marcus learns some disappointing news and turns to Amara for support.”
In episode eight titled “Rock The Boat,” “Simone stands up for herself with her support system fighting right by her side; a salacious rumor circulates about Damon and the baseball team; Keisha’s dance trajectory hits a major roadblock leaving everyone to rally around her.”
In episode nine titled “Hard Place,” “Simone struggles with trying to balance her new duties and her loyalty to Nate, leaving her to question if she made the right decision; Marcus sees that Thea is struggling on the court and offers her help in an unexpected way.”
In episode 10 titled “Dance With My Father,” “With Simone and Thea both ready to reclaim their spot on the court, their coach and teammates force them to deal with the lingering tension in unique ways; Damon helps JR celebrate a major milestone.”
In episode 11 titled “I Can Tell,” “With Simone and Thea both ready to reclaim their spot on the court, their coach and teammates force them to deal with the lingering tension in unique ways; Damon helps JR celebrate a major milestone.”
In episode 12 titled “Behind The Mask,” “Keisha works hard on choreographing the Masquerade Dance but takes out her frustrations on Cam; Simone hosts a PKZ alum and is faced with thinking about her future; Damon regrets following JR’s advice.”
In episode 13 titled “Lose To Win,” “As Simone and the Bringston tennis team travel to their tournament, an unexpected encounter puts them in danger; Simone provides strength in a time of serious trouble; Damon ponders his next move in one area of his life.”
What’s Coming Up:
In episode 14 titled “Stand Up For Something,” “Simone and the Bringston tennis team work together to make the biggest decision of their season; the Lions take on their biggest rival for the conference championship; Cam goes to JR with a serious situation; Nate faces a difficult decision.”