All American Season 5 Episode 16: Release Date, Trailer, and Fan Reactions
All American, the hit US TV sports drama created by April Blair, has captured the hearts of viewers since its premiere on The CW network in October 2018. The show, inspired by the real-life story of professional American football player Spencer Paysinger and starring Daniel Ezra, recently returned for its fifth season. However, fans eagerly awaiting the release of episode 16 will need to exercise some patience, as the episode’s air date has been delayed.
All American Season 5 Episode 16 Release Date
The CW has scheduled All American season 5 episode 16 to premiere on Monday, April 17th, 2023, at 8 pm ET. The previous episode, titled United In Grief, aired on Monday, March 27th, marking the beginning of a two-week hiatus. Consequently, audiences must wait an additional two weeks for the next installment, resulting in a three-week gap between episodes.
Although an official episode count for season 5 has not been announced, it is predicted that there will be approximately 20 episodes in total. The upcoming episode, titled My Name Is, already has a promo available for fans to watch.
Fan Reactions to the Hiatus
Audiences have expressed their displeasure with the hiatus, particularly considering the most recent break occurred just three episodes ago. Some fans have taken to Twitter to voice their frustration with the disrupted schedule.
Whoever is in charge of All American socials needs to do better especially IG that page dryer than sahara. Show has been on hiatus, no bts content to promote or entertain fans, some don’t even remember the show is back on tonight. Its ridiculous they doing less than bare minimum
— brown skin girl (@SugarJazzi) March 13, 2023
NOT ANOTHER HIATUS #AllAmerican
— Lyn (@anyangohh) March 28, 2023
Y’all have to stop with the breaks after like 3 episodes please #AllAmerican @CWAllAmerican @AllAmericanRoom
— Joshua🌟 (@NtambaJoshua) March 28, 2023
Taye Diggs’ Departure from All American
Fans who are up to date with All American are aware that Taye Diggs (who played Billy Baker) left the show earlier in the season. Showrunner Nkechi Okoro Carroll discussed the decision behind his departure during an interview with Variety, explaining that the team always knew they might not be able to keep Diggs on the show for an extended period. They decided to have an open line of communication and find a fitting way for his character to exit the show when the time was right.
All American Season 5 Episode 16 Promo and Cast
Fans can expect to see their favorite cast members, including Daniel Ezra, Bre-Z, Greta Onieogou, Samantha Logan, Michael Evans Behling, Cody Christian, Karimah Westbrook, Monet Mazur, Jalyn Hall, Chelsea Tavares, and Hunter Clowdus.
How to Watch All American Season 5?
As an original series of The CW network, new episodes of All American premiere exclusively on the television channel. Those without traditional cable or satellite TV can still watch All American season 5 episodes live as they air with a subscription to live streaming TV services. Additionally, new episodes become available to stream on-demand the day after they premiere on The CW app.
Also read: All American Season 4 Episode 21 Release Date Status, Recap, Plot & More Details
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: When did All American season 5 come out?
A: All American season 5 premiered on October 10, 2022. The CW had renewed the series for a fifth season on March 22, 2022. As of March 20, 2023, 85 episodes of All American have aired, currently in its fifth season. The network further renewed the series for a sixth season on January 11, 2023.
Q: How many episodes are in All American season 5?
A: All American season 5 currently has 12 episodes aired, with more episodes expected to be released in the coming weeks. The official episode count for the season is yet to be announced, but it is predicted to be around 20 episodes in total.
Q: Will there be an All American season 6?
A: Yes, The CW has renewed All American for a sixth season, which is set to air during the 2023-24 season. The renewal decision came after local TV giant Nexstar acquired a 75 percent stake in The CW and appointed former Pop TV head Brad Schwartz as the entertainment president.