Renewed: ‘All American’ Secures Season 7 as The CW Makes Bold Announcement for 2025 Lineup

Los Angeles, California – The CW Network has announced the renewal of its popular drama series “All American” for a seventh season, set to premiere in 2025. In addition, the network revealed renewals for the unscripted magic competition show “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” for an eleventh season and “The Chosen” for a fourth season.

The decision to renew “All American” for another season does not come as a surprise, as the show has been a strong performer in terms of ratings and production costs. The show’s renewal was part of Nexstar’s deal to acquire the CW, making it economically feasible for Warner Bros. TV, the show’s studio.

While “All American” secures its future with another season, the fate of other legacy CW scripted series remains uncertain. The recently canceled series “Walker” and the spinoff “All American: Homecoming” are on shaky ground, with decisions pending until the launch of the spinoff’s third season in July.

Speculation surrounds the budget for the upcoming season of “All American,” with rumors of possible casting changes to reduce costs. The show aims to wrap up its main character’s arc, Spencer James, as he navigates life after securing a championship and prepares for the NFL draft.

The renewal of “All American” marks a significant milestone as the last remaining CW series from the Netflix output deal with WBTV and CBS Studios. The show’s unique financial model, coupled with its strong performance, makes it an intriguing prospect for both the network and the studio.

As the series prepares for its Season 6 finale in July, fans can expect a satisfying conclusion to the current chapter of “All American” while setting the stage for future storylines. The show’s success has solidified its spot as a top performer for The CW across all platforms, promising an exciting lineup for the network in the coming years.