Simone (Geffri Maya) shows a different side of herself that does not go unnoticed as she reclaims her power on and off the court, but she must decide if that is the best strategy. Damon’s (Peyton Alex Smith) determination to ignore his unresolved relationship with Jessie (guest star Joe Holt) leads to conflict and an uncertainty within the team. Cam (Mitchell Edwards) has an unexpected visitor who will challenge him on his decision to pursue music, leaving Cam to turn to Keisha (Netta Walker) for support. As Amara (Kelly Jenrette) settles into her new job, she receives an anonymous critique, making her realize that she needs to sacrifice something important to her. Meanwhile, JR (Sylvester Powell) and Nate (Rhoyle Ivy King) find themselves revisiting the past, but each has a different outcome.
“All American: Homecoming” stars 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 JR, Camille Hyde as Thea Mays, Mitchell Edwards as Cam Watkins and Netta Walker as Keisha McCalla.
Christine Swanson directed the episode written by Alison McKenzie (#203).
The CW : All American: Homecoming episode “Me, Myself & I” (2.03) airing on Monday, October 24 at 09:00-10:00 PM.
In All American: Homecoming, a young adult sports drama set against the backdrop of the HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) experience at Bringston University, where Black excellence is a way of life. The series follows Simone, a young tennis hopeful from Beverly Hills who is trying to fight her way back to great after some time away from the court, and Damon, an elite baseball player from Chicago who is carrying the weight of the world on his shoulders.
ALL AMERICAN: HOMECOMING 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.