The CW is ready for some (more) football. The network has ordered three more All American episodes, bringing the sophomore gridiron drama’s Season 2 total to 16 episodes. (All American‘s first season also consisted of 16 episodes.)
News of the expanded Season 2 order comes in the wake of the show’s strong Season 2 launch. All American on Monday notched its largest audience ever — 926,000 total viewers, besting its previous high by a full 20 percent — and its first 0.3 demo rating since late November, matching its series high. The series likely benefited from the added summertime exposure it received courtesy of Netflix.
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