‘All American’ Season 4 Premiere Synopsis and How to Watch

As the All American Season 4 premiere steadily approaches, many fans are eager to see what happens next. The previous season ended on massive cliffhangers. So, audiences hope the new season will answer their burning question. Before the season debuts on The CW, here is everything you need to know about the All American Season 4 premiere episode.

[Spoiler Alert: This article contains spoilers from All American Season 3]

‘All American’ Season 3 ended on several cliffhangers

In the season 3 finale, numerous plotlines were left unresolved. The biggest cliffhanger was Coop (Bre-Z) getting shot by Mo (Erica Peeples). To avenge Tyrone’s death, Mo wanted to destroy Coop’s future. After getting shot, Coop collages to the ground with a gunshot wound to the abdomen. Right now, her fate remains a mystery. 

All American fans want to know what happened to Layla (Greta Onieogou). To clarify, Layla’s friend from rehab, Carrie (Anna Lore), slowly becomes obsessed with her. As a result, Carrie has a sinister plan set in place. She impersonates Layla and writes a goodbye letter to her father. Also, she throws Layla’s phone in the garbage. The last scene ends with them driving in a car on the road.

One of the most devastating cliffhangers was Asher’s health diagnosis. Before the state championship game, Asher (Cody Christian) learns about his rare heart condition, called cardiomyopathy. Now, he can no longer play football. In a rage, Asher trashes the entire locker room and bursts into tears. With football entirely off the table, many fans wonder what’s next for the high school athlete. 

Lastly, South Crenshaw High and Beverly Hills High finally made it to the state championship. Both teams want to take home the gold. The season 3 finale ends with the opposing teams walking onto the field. All American fans are wondering who will take home the state title. Will Spencer James bring home the trophy for South Crenshaw? Or, will Beverly High win the title for the second year in the row?

What should fans expect from the premiere?

Daniel Ezra, and Noah Gray-Cabey wearing football uniforms in 'All American' Season 3.
Daniel Ezra, and Noah Gray-Cabey | Bill Inoshita/ The CW

‘All American’ Fans Will See A Lot More of Hunter Clowdus in Season 4

Based on the episode synopsis, the premiere will pick up where the previous season left off. In episode 1, titled “Survival of the Fittest,” viewers will see the characters dealing with emotional conflict. 

According to CarterMatt, the official synopsis reads: “After the earth-shattering events of the Beverly and Crenshaw State Championship, Spencer also needs to come to terms with what happened with Coop and Layla. Now he has the extra pressure of it being early national signing day for football, and Spencer must make a major decision about committing. Meanwhile, Billy (Taye Diggs) struggles to forgive Spencer about helping Jordan (Michael Evans Behling).”

How to watch ‘All American’ Season 4 Premiere

On the CW, All American Season 4 debuts on Oct. 25 at 8 pm E.T. For non-cable users, fans can stream the season premiere live on the official Fubo TV service. The streaming platform is accessible on the official website and the Fubo TV app. The site offers potential subscribers a 7-day free trial. After that, the service will cost $65 per month for the Fubo TV’s starter pack.

If viewers could not watch the season premiere, All American will be available to stream on The CW’s official website and the app. There is no subscription needed to make an account. New episodes drop the day after the episode airs on television. The app is available on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, VIZIO Smart TV, Chromecast, Android TV, Airplay, Apple TV, and Xbox. Also, potential viewers can download the app on any iPhone or Android device.