The latest episodes of the All American franchise hit it’s lowest rated episodes ever and not just of the season but of the whole entire series!
So what’s causing the decline? Is there a lack of promotion going on over at The CW?
All American Season 5 Episode 2 was titled “Don’t Sweat The Technique”
“With Spencer’s life hitting a rocky point, he takes some advice from JJ and Coop to embrace college life; Olivia and Billy’s suspicions about coach Garrett resurface and cause tension between them and Jordan; Layla makes a power play.”
The episode received 388k views and a .13 demo.
Down from the premiere 447k views and .13 demo.
All American stars Daniel Ezra, Taye Diggs, Samantha Logan, Bre-Z, Greta Onieogou, Monet Mazur, Michael Evans Behling, Cody Christian, Karimah Westbrook, Chelsea Tavares, and JJ Parker. Inspired by the life of NFL player Spencer Paysinger, the story centers on Spencer James (Ezra), a rising high school football player and an A student who leaves Compton’s South Crenshaw High for Beverly Hills High after he’s recruited by football coach Billy Baker (Diggs). His family life, personal relationships, and athletic future all changed and grew in ways he never imagined. Season five finds Spencer and his friends thriving as young adults on the cusp of real adulthood after high school. Meanwhile, in South Crenshaw, Billy focuses on his high school students and players while struggling with missing coaching Spencer and Jordan (Behling). Even when life gets difficult for our crew, they always find a way to rise from the ashes.
All American: Homecoming Season 2 Episode 2 was 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.”
The episode received 265k views and a .10 demo.
Down from the last episode 347k views and .10 demo.
All American: Homecoming stars Geffri Maya, Peyton Alex Smith, Kelly Jenrette, Cory Hardrict, Sylvester Powell, Camille Hyde, Mitchell Edwards, Netta Walker, and Rhoyle Ivy King.
Set against the backdrop of the highly competitive HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) experience at Bringston University, the story revolves around a group of talented athletes and students. This semester, Simone (Maya) finally has a spot in the top six on the tennis team, but proving she belongs there causes her to seek out a new kind of sisterhood. Damon found his birth parents, but the truth about why he was given up leads him to make a rash decision that threatens the baseball team and opens the door for a new adversary. Amara (Jenrette) has found a new role in serving as president of Bringston. Marcus (Hardrict) is determined to make things right with his team, and himself. JR (Powell) tries to repair his relationship with his dad. Thea (Hyde) struggles to find her way back to the court after her injury. Keisha (Walker) finds her footing in the dance program, and her relationship with Cam (Edwards), who has to find a way to pay for school after losing his scholarship. Nate (King) revisits old patterns but her outcomes may prove different, with the help of her friends. The pressure is on for these students to take Black excellence to new heights all while still navigating the highs, lows, and sexiness of unsupervised early adulthood.