All American Season 6: All American, the network’s first scripted show, has been renewed for a sixth season, even though the ownership of The CW has been transferred to Nexstar throughout the past few months. This has resulted in The CW undergoing a sea of change over these months. This revelation comes just a few weeks before the mid-season premiere of the show, which will take place on Monday, January 23.
Daniel Ezra, who plays the leading role of Spencer James, a renowned high school football player from South Los Angeles, is the protagonist of this series. James is offered a position to play basketball at Beverly Hills High School, a change that will shake up many aspects of his life but will also present him with an opportunity for advancement.
The life of former National Football League player Spencer Paysinger served as the basis for the film All American. Season 5 has been a success for the series, grabbing the top place in the 18-49 demographic while also pulling and retaining a solid cross-platform following.
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As the new owners of the network plotted out their vision for the future of the network, the high performance of the series meant that it was one of the leading candidates to be renewed. According to Brad Schwartz, president of entertainment for The CW, “All American” has become one of the network’s all-time flagship franchises throughout the past five seasons.
“‘All American’ is not just the newest series on the network, but it is also the one that performs the best when all of our platforms are considered together. For the upcoming season of this gripping family drama, we are looking forward to continuing our cooperation with showrunner Nkechi Okoro Carroll, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, and the entire creative team, as well as working with the wonderful actors.
Since Nexstar acquired The CW from Paramount Global and Warner Bros. Discovery, the network’s new leadership has reportedly put several shows up for cancellation to slash costs associated with its scripted show orders.
The new ownership has placed many shows on the chopping board. DC’s Stargirl, The Flash, Riverdale, and Nancy Drew are just some of the projects that have been put on hold. There is a spinoff series based on All American called All American: Homecoming, which is now airing its second season. There is as of yet no information on its future.
Who Will Be Producing The Future Seasons Of The Show?
Alongside Ezra, Taye Diggs, Monet Mazur, Samantha Logan, Cody Christian, Bre-Z, Hunter Clowdus, Michael Evans Behling, and Greta Onieogou are included in the cast of All American.
April Blair is the show’s creator, and Nkechi Okoro Carroll, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, John A. Norris, Jameal Turner, Mike Herro, and David Strauss are among the series’ executive producers. Blair is also the show’s executive producer. Berlanti Productions, in collaboration with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Studios, will produce future seasons of the show, as they have done so for the show’s prior seasons.