Martin Bobb-Semple Upped to Series Regular on ‘All American: Homecoming’ Season 3

Martin Bobb-Semple Upped to Series Regular on 'All American: Homecoming' Season 3

Martin Bobb-Semple has been elevated to the status of series regular for the upcoming Season 3 of “All American: Homecoming.”

“All American: Homecoming” is a young adult sports drama set against the backdrop of the HBCU experience at Bringston University, highlighting the essence of Black excellence. The show, created and executive produced by Nkechi Okoro Carroll, is co-showrun by Marqui Jackson, with a production team including Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Robbie Rogers, and Lindsay Dunn.

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Bobb-Semple portrays Orlando “Lando” Johnson, a college baseball player who brings complexity to the series. Initially introduced as an antagonist from a rival school in Season 1, he transitions to Bringston University in Season 2, becoming entangled in a love triangle with Simone (Geffri Maya) and Damon (Peyton Alex Smith).

The central love triangle’s dynamics take a turn with Bobb-Semple’s promotion, while the shift of Peyton Alex Smith to a recurring cast member suggests evolving character relationships. Further cast adjustments include Kelly Jenrette, playing Bringston University president Amara Patterson, moving to a recurring role, and Cory Hardrict and Rhoyle Ivy King securing series regular positions with reduced guarantees.

The ensemble cast of “All American: Homecoming” features Geffri Maya, Cory Hardrict, Sylvester Powell, Camille Hyde (Thea Mays’ status remains unknown), Mitchell Edwards, Netta Walker, Rhoyle Ivy King, Peyton Alex Smith (recurring), Kelly Jenrette (recurring), and Martin Bobb-Semple (promoted to series regular). As fans await the Season 3 premiere date, the promotion of Bobb-Semple adds anticipation and intrigue to the evolving narrative, leaving viewers speculating on the outcome of Simone’s choice and the ensuing impact on the characters involved.

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