Is the series taking a midseason break? Continue reading to find out more about All American: Homecoming Season 2.
Hold on to your seats because the ride will resume soon after a short hiatus! It’s true; the beloved series will return to screens next month after the midseason break. We think this is great news, as this interruption will be great for the audience to catch up on all the episodes if you haven’t already, because trust us, you need so much time to recollect your thoughts after the cliffhanger we saw.
This for sure has left the audience wanting more as we finally get to know that Keisha has been working hard on choreographing the masquerade dance but takes out her frustrations on Cam. Later we learn that Simone hosts a PKZ alum and is faced with thinking about her future, and Damon regrets following JR’s advice.
If you are one of the fans who is looking forward to the premiere of the next episode as much as we are, then you have come to the right place! We’ve compiled a list of everything you need to know about the new episode, which will undoubtedly uncover more crucial details as the season reaches its conclusion in the coming weeks.
Here is everything you need to know about All American: Homecoming Season 2 Episode 13.
All American: Homecoming Season 2 Episode 13: When will the new episode premiere?
The highly anticipated 13th episode, “Lose to Win,” is set to premiere next month on Monday, March 13, 2023, at 9/8c, in the same time slot as the sibling series, “All American,” which will also air on The CW on Mondays at 8/7c and later on other streaming platforms. Additionally, the network has also released the title of the 14th episode, “Stand Up for Something,” which will air on March 20, 2023, followed by the 15th episode, “Diary,” on March 27, 2023.
Each of these episodes lasts approximately 42 to 49 minutes. In the meantime, watch the official new promo released without a synopsis to avoid spoiling the story that will be told in the remaining episodes and stick to the basic premise established thus far: “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.”
Take a look at the official promo for the new episode below:
The main cast members of the series who will return in the new episodes are as follows Geffri Maya as Simone Hicks, Peyton Alex Smith as Damon Sims, Kelly Jenrette as Amara Patterson, Cory Hardrict as Coach Marcus Turner, Sylvester Powell as Jessie “J.R.” Raymond, Jr., Camille Hyde as Thea Mays, Mitchell Edwards as Cam Watkins, Netta Walker as Keisha McCalla, Rhoyle Ivy King as Nathaniel Hardin.
The recurring cast members include John Marshall Jones as Leonard Shaw, Tamberla Perry as Keena Sims, Leonard Roberts as President Zeke Allen, Derek Rivera as Santiago Reyes, Sabrina Revelle as Coach Elaine Loni, Robert Bailey Jr. as Ralph Wells, Joe Holt as Jessie, Crystal Lee Brown as Celine, Shelli Boone as Tina Hicks, Heather Lynn Harris as Gabrielle, Renee Harrison as Aqueelah, Martin Bobb-Semple as Orlando ‘Lando’ Johnson, Jamad Mays as Rome, Diahnna Nicole Baxter as Dr. Pace, Taylor Polidore as Tootie, and Blake Brewer as Nico Logan.
On the other hand, this season featured some notable guest stars, which was refreshing, and they may appear in future episodes as follows: Daniel Ezra as Spencer James, Reggie Bush as himself, and Greta Onieogou as Layla Keating. The drama is from Warner Bros. Television and CBS Studios in association with Berlanti Productions, with executive producers Nkechi Okoro Carroll, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, David Madden, and Robbie Rogers.
The viewers can catch up on new episodes for free on The CW app and website based on their location. For international viewers, the series is also available on Netflix in the United States and on FuboTV. It is also available to rent or buy on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu, with a variety of membership plans based on the users’ preferences. The series was pulled from HBO Max and later added to Netflix on July 12, 2022, in the United States.
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While you wait for All American: Homecoming Season 2 to premiere on The CW Network next month, catch up on previous episodes.