All American is back for season 3! In this post, we’ll tell you everything you need to know before watching All-American Season 3. This includes the release date, cast members, and more!
All American season 3 cast: Who’s in it?
Spencer (Daniel Ezra), Coach Baker (Taye Diggs), Olivia (Samantha Logan), Coop (Bre-Z), Layla (Greta Onieogou), Grace (Karimah Westbrook), Corey (Chad Coleman), Laura (Monét Mazur), Jordan (Michael Evans Behling) and Dillon (Jalyn Hall) will all be back.
We also know that Chelsea Tavares (Patience) has been promoted to series regular.
All American season 3 plot: What will happen?
Showrunner April Blair is keeping schtum about season three details, but it’s a given that the action will pick up where we left off, with Crenshaw High looking like it could turn into a magnet school.
There’s also a big question mark hanging over Spencer’s injury and whether he’s really better.
How many episodes are there?
So far, it seems that Season 3 will have 16 episodes, though this could be impacted if the coronavirus causes another shutdown of sets. This, however, means that episodes are not likely to be on Netflix before late spring.
Season 3 was finally released on 26 January 20121
How can I watch All American Season three online?
You’ll have to go through your cable provider or stream it live from The CW’s site or app. You can also buy episodes on iTunes or Amazon Video after they air (or rent them). This means that if you’re not one of those people who like new TV as soon as possible, then there are ways around this problem. Like with many shows these days, catching up before the next episode doesn’t require weeks spent binge-watching; instead, you can watch the most recent episode on The CW’s site, then go back and catch up with earlier seasons.
In Season three (2012), Spencer is asked by his father to take over at South Crenshaw High School, which looks like it could turn into a magnet school next year; meanwhile, there’s a big question mark hanging over Spencer’s injury and whether he’s really better. Meanwhile, Dre has been reluctant to tell anyone about his feelings for Tia because of what happened between him and Hakeem when they were dating in season two. And Boyd continues to get flak from friends who think she should be more focused on her grades than chasing after Jordan – but this only motivates her even more.
What is the story of season 3?
Facing the final season of All American, we break down everything you need to know before watching.
There’s a big question mark hanging over Spencer’s injury and whether he’s really better. Meanwhile, Dre has been reluctant to tell anyone about his feelings for Tia because of what happened between him and Hakeem when they were dating in season two. And Boyd continues to get flak from friends who think she should be more focused on her grades than chasing after Jordan – but this only motivates her even more.
The show follows Spencer James, a gifted five-star high school football player from South Central L.A., who is recruited to play for Beverly Hills High School’s team and struggles to balance his two lives while he deals with increasingly vicious attacks on both sides – but most importantly, trying to manage what it means when those lines start to blur between being an athlete or becoming just another statistic in America’s real-life tragedy …
There are many reasons why this series has been so popular since its premiere last year. The first thing that stands out is the fact that they have captured what feels like every issue we face today within our communities yet by weaving them into a storyline not often highlighted in Hollywood productions. From racism to gang violence and police brutality, All American tackles it all.
The second thing that stands out is the strong representation of women on this show. It’s amazing to see female actors in roles who are not just there for decorative purposes or as someone else’s sidekick but have their own storylines driving them forward with goals we can relate to. For example, Tiana Brown becomes a lawyer because she wants justice for her brother, who was shot by an officer.
PG-13 – This program contains material that parents may find unsuitable for younger children under 13 years of age without supervision from a parent or adult guardian due to some suggestive dialogue and scenes (references sexual assault)
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