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In a very exciting story, the series begins with Billy Becker, who turns a high school student and a footballer named Spencer into his Beverly Hills team, and Grace tries to persuade Spencer to join. Spencer will move with the Billy family to Beverly to join the team and perhaps his life will turn into an exciting story with his friends, family and coach.
This young adult saga is still filled with fun, and not just because it turns fictional high school football into riveting high drama... If any new series deserves a spotlight in its metaphorical face, it's All American.
The parts of All American that I liked best almost all featured Spencer and Coop, because Ezra and Bre-Z are so good and theirs is the dynamic that doesn't feel like a refugee from something I liked previously and more.
So yes, you've seen All American before, but despite its cliches, the first three episodes The CW sent to us in advance deem All American an engrossing, timely and relevant high school drama with loads of potential.