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The first season of All American: Homecoming premiered on The CW on February 21, 2022, and concluded on May 23, 2022. It was announced on May 24, 2021.[1]

The season aired on Monday nights at 9:00 PM following its sibling series All American.


The show follows a young tennis hopeful from Beverly Hills, Simone Hicks and an elite baseball player from Chicago, Damons Sims as they contend with the high stakes of college sports, while also navigating the highs, lows and sexiness of unsupervised early adulthood at a prestigious Historically Black College.



  • Geffri Maya as Simone Hicks[2] (0/TBA)
  • Peyton Alex Smith as Damon Sims[2] (0/TBA)
  • Kelly Jenrette as Dr. Amara Patterson[2] (0/TBA)
  • Cory Hardrict as Coach Marcus Turner[2] (0/TBA)
  • Sylvester Powell as Jessie Raymond, Jr.[2] (0/TBA)
  • Netta Walker as Keisha McCalla[2] (0/TBA)
  • Camille Hyde as Thea Mays[2] (0/TBA)

Guest starring


No. in series No. in season Episode title Written by Directed by Original airdate
1 1 "Start Over" Nkechi Okoro Carroll Michael Schultz February 21, 2022
2 2 "Under Pressure" Marqui Jackson Kelli Williams February 28, 2022
3 3 "Love and War" Cam'ron Moore Sheelin Choksey March 7, 2022
4 4 "If Only You Knew" Alison McKenzie Oz Scott March 14, 2022
5 5 "Truth Hurts" Holli Overton Michael Schultz March 21, 2022
6 6 "Family Affair" Jeffrey David Thomas Ryan Zaragoza March 28, 2022
7 7 "Godspeed" Charia Rose David McWhirter April 11, 2022
8 8 "Just a Friend" Megan McNamara Dawn Wilkinson April 18, 2022
9 9 "Ordinary People" Cam'ron Moore & Alison McKenzie Christine Swanson April 25, 2022
10 10 "Move On" Hollie Overton Eric Dean Seaton May 2, 2022
11 11 "What Now?" Jeffrey David Thomas & Charia Rose Nikhil Paniz May 9, 2022
12 12 "Confessions" Marqui Jackson Benny Boom May 16, 2022
13 13 "Irreplaceable" Nkechi Okoro Carroll & Megan McNamara Christine Swanson May 23, 2022



On March 29, 2021, six members were added to the cast of the pilot--Peyton Alex Smith, Kelly Jenrette, Cory Hardrict, Sylvester Powell, Netta Walker, and Camille Hyde.[2]



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