The All American spin-off, titled All American: Homecoming, returns tonight with episode three of season two. Here’s how to watch All American’s sister series on fuboTV and more.
Episode three, entitled “Me, Myself & I,” airs tonight, Monday, October 24 at 9 p.m. ET on The CW. The episode follows All American, which airs tonight at 8 p.m
You can also sign up for All American: Homecoming through fuboTV and get a free trial here to watch All American on demand. FuboTV pricing starts at $64.99 per month.
Fans can also watch the show via DirecTV Stream, which costs $49.99 monthly for the first two months and $69.99 thereafter.
You can also watch the show at 9 p.m. via Hulu Live.
Beginning Tuesday, October 25, you can watch the first episode and previous episodes for free with The CW app.
Series synopsis according to Rotten Tomatoes: “A young adult sports drama set in the HBCU, aka historically black colleges and universities, experience at Bringston University where black excellence is a way of life.” The series follows Simone, a young Beverly Hills tennis hopeful as she tries to fight her way off the court after a while; Damon, an elite Chicago baseball player who carries the weight of the world on his shoulders; JR, Damon’s fellow baseball player and childhood friend; Thea, the highly competitive Bringston tennis team’s queen bee; and Keisha, the school’s unofficial mayor, who must help Simone live her best life. While struggling with the high stakes of college sports, Simone and Damon must also navigate the ups and downs of unsupervised early adulthood at a prestigious HBCU.”
Previous episode guide:
In the first episode, titled We Need a Solution, “Simone returns to Bringston after the holidays, ready to focus solely on tennis; Damon faces a decision he put off before the holidays; Keisha is going back to her old ways and throwing a last minute New Year’s Eve party.”
In episode two, titled “No Love,” “Simone once again finds herself at odds with her teammates; Damon is stressed about how his decision will affect those around him; Keisha is fully immersed in her new dance degree, but she faces a hurdle she didn’t anticipate.”
In episode three, entitled Me, Myself & I, “Simone shows a different side of herself as she reclaims her power on and off the pitch; Damon’s determination to ignore his unresolved relationship with Jessie creates conflict and insecurity within the team.”