Fans of ‘All American Homecoming’ received exciting news a few weeks back when CW confirmed the show’s continuation into a third season.
After a long period of uncertainty, the announcement brought relief, although there were some shifts in the show’s structure.
While the third season has received the green light, the number of episodes has reduced from 20 to 13.
Furthermore, the cast lineup will also undergo changes.
‘All American Homecoming’ Will Be Shorter This Season
Smith, who plays Damon Sims, the love interest of Simone Hicks (Geffri Hightower’s character), will be stepping back.
Meanwhile, Kelly Jenrette, who plays Amara Patterson, Hicks’ aunt and the President of Bringston University, will also have reduced appearances.
The prospect of Smith and Jenrette making recurring appearances in the upcoming season seems probable.
As Deadline mentions, Jenrette consulted with her team and chose to recur instead of vying for a regular role with fewer guaranteed episodes.
The standing of Camille Hyde, who plays the character of Thea Mays, remains undetermined.
Her role may undergo modification in the days leading up to the launch of the third season.
chile, this is stressful. His character is recurring too, so who knows? ?
— ?????. (@heylydiab) July 7, 2023
How is Simone storyline gonna go down with her aunt getting cut and Damon getting cut ??♀️??♀️?
— ?????? (@DaKiddNassy) July 7, 2023