NEW YORK, NEW YORK - AUGUST 20: Michael Rainey Jr. at STARZ Madison Square Garden "Power" Season 6 Red Carpet Premiere, Concert, and Party on August 20, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for STARZ)

Power’s Michael Rainey Jr Names CW All-American As One Of His Favorite Shows To Watch

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – AUGUST 20: Michael Rainey Jr. attends the “Power” Final Season World Premiere at The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden on August 20, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

CW’s All-American just finished their third season with a cliff-hanger that saw Coop (played by Bre-Z) get shot by Mo (Erica Peeples). Coop was bleeding onto the ground, with her chance of life getting weaker at every moment.

That being said, it led fans of the hit show to wonder if Bre-Z will be returning to the show for season four this fall.

Of course, the first thing any fan would do is search the internet for any clues to see if the CW or Bre-Z herself has posted anything to either put their mind at ease or confirm their suspicions.

Though there has not been any news by the CW and no pictures of her recording the show, according to Samuel Spencer of, there is a major that Bre-Z will indeed return for the fourth installment of the series.

“I would like to see Coop’s dreams really come to fruition. I mean, in terms of being an artist, I think she fights so hard for her own independence, so to speak,” Bre-Z told Glitter Magazine in an interview earlier this year.

“I want to see Coop do it. I want to see her do everything that she wants to do that she should be doing…I just want to see her not always be at the head or tail end of confrontation; at least give her the moment.”

Speaking of All-American season four, Power Book II: Ghost, lead actor Michael Rainey Jr., shared on Instagram Live recently that he was a fan of the show.

“All-American is fire. I like All-American it’s cool.”

As Power Book II: Ghost season two is scheduled to premiere later this year.

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Written by Landon Buford

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