Another season of The CW’s All American just finished, and like any great show, left us with a bigger number of inquiries than answers (in addition to a new spin-off). It additionally left us frantic to realize when season 4 is coming. The secondary school football show has watchers snared on the lives of main character Spencer and his loved ones. The lives of these Los Angeles youngsters are far more complicated than where they need to head off to college.
One of Spencer’s close friends is Tamia “Coop” Cooper. She’s a hopeful musician who battles all through the first season to uncover her sexuality to her mom. In case that wasn’t sufficient pressure for a teen to manage, Coop additionally grapples with local gangs and has to do her best to avoid the law.
In season three, her gang affiliation threatens her life. Coop is planning to abandon Los Angeles and Spencer (and take her girlfriend Patience with her). The two leave on a bus, which is then pulled over on doubt of having narcotics. Fortunately, the police discover nothing since Coop disposed of any medications before she left. Coop then, at that point heads to gang member Mo’s home.
Watchers took in the police call, however, was a set up by Mo to get Coop arrested. Since Coop is a lot of alive and not in prison, Mo threatens to use a firearm on Coop. Despite the fact that Coop attempts to talk her down, Mo shoots at any rate. The final appearance ever to be made by Coop is her bleeding out. Yet, is that the final appearance ever to be made by her?
Is Coop in All American Alive?
The short answer is: we don’t have a clue. Actress Bre-Z, who plays Coop on the show, hasn’t declared she’s leaving the show, so there’s still expectation. There’s nothing left but to delay until we get more data on season 4, which is set to premiere on October 25, 2021 on The CW. Stay strong, Coop!