Episode 2×15 “Diary”


As Simone (Geffri Maya) preps for the Exhibition Match, she is presented with unexpected obstacles that help her decide between Damon (Peyton Alex Smith) and Lando (guest star Martin Bobb-Sempell). 

JR (Sylvester Powell) stands up for Cam (Mitchell Edwards) in an unusual way. Damon gets advice from an unlikely source as he struggles with an important interview. 

Nate (Rhoyle Ivy King) learns the truth about her secret admirer. Keisha (Netta Walker) sees her situation with Dr. Pace in a new light and Marcus (Corey Hardrict) surprises Amara (Kelly Jenrette) with something she did not see coming.

Ryan Zaragoza directed the episode written by Marqui Jackson.

Air Date: March 27 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

Episode 2×14 “Stand Up For Something”


Simone (Geffri Maya) and the Bringston tennis team work together to make the biggest decision of their season.

Meanwhile, the Lions face off against their biggest rival for the conference championship as Damon (Peyton Alex Smith) realizes he has competition for Simone’s heart.

Cam (Mitchell Edwards) goes to JR (Sylvester Powell) with a serious situation, leaving JR with the weight of the world on his shoulders.

And Nate (Rhoyle Ivy King) needs to choose between an important interview or standing by her friends.  

David Ramsey directed the episode written by Hollie Overton.

Air Date: March 20 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

Episode 2×13 “Lose to Win”


As Simone (Geffri Maya) and the Bringston tennis team travel to their tournament, prepared to dominate, an unexpected encounter puts them in danger. 

Simone, being a leader for her team, provides strength in a time of serious trouble.

Damon (Peyton Alex Smith) ponders his next move in one area of his life, while dealing with a new baseball rival that ends up proving useful. 

Meanwhile, Nathaniel (Rhoyle Ivy King) is presented with a challenge that she is unsure if she should accept, and Keisha (Netta Walker) works vigorously to appease her professor, which is met with grim consequences. 

Avi Youabian directed the episode written by Charia Rose.

Air Date: March 13 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

Episode 2×12 “Behind the Mask”


With the Masquerade Dance around the corner, the students are feverishly working on their dance, sending and receiving invitations.

Keisha (Netta Walker) works hard on choreographing the Masquerade Dance but takes out her frustrations on Cam (Mitchell Edwards).

Simone (Geffri Maya) hosts a PKZ alum and is faced with thinking about her future, as Thea (Camille Hyde) also confronts what could be in store for her.

Damon (Peyton Alex Smith) regrets following JR’s (Sylvester Powell) advice. 

Nate (Rhoyle Ivy King) is presented with a very unexpected surprise.

Meanwhile, Marcus (Cory Hardrict) and Amara (Kelly Jenrette) take a first step in a new direction.

Sylvain White directed the episode written by Jefferey David Thomas.

Air Date: February 20 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

Episode 2×11 “I Can Tell”


As midterms loom at Bringston, Simone (Geffri Maya) has a lot on her mind and ends up having a heart-to-heart with her line sisters.

Damon (Peyton Alex Smith) is confused by his midterm grades and finds a creative solution to his situation.

Cam (Mitchell Edwards) is stuck in a precarious position with JR (Sylvester Powell). 

Meanwhile, Nate (Rhoyle Ivy King) finds an unlikely recruit for her campaign. Lastly, Marcus (Cory Hardrict) and Amara (Kelly Jenrette) find themselves rethinking their choices.

Charissa Sanjarernsuithikul directed the episode written by Megan McNamara.

Air Date: February 13 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

Episode 2×10 “Dance with My Father”


With Simone and Thea both ready to reclaim their spot on the court, their coach and teammates force them to deal with the lingering tension in unique ways. 

Damon helps JR celebrate a major milestone, but a surprise guest gives them both a different view on the family dynamic. 

Trying to get back on the good side of her dance class puts Keisha at odds with two people she cares about. 

Meanwhile, Coach Marcus is put in a difficult position when his boss and Amara want different things. 

Leon Lozano directed the episode written by Marqui Jackson & Lamont Magee.

Air Date: February 6 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

Episode 2×09 “Hard Place”


Simone struggles with trying to balance her new “duties” and her loyalty to Nate, leaving her to question if she made the right decision. 

Marcus sees that Thea is struggling on the court and offers her help in an unexpected way. 

Damon tries to keep the baseball team focused as they inch closer to a big achievement. 

Meanwhile, Cam isn’t sure if pledging is for him, leaving JR to reevaluate the fraternity’s strategy. 

Michael Schultz directed the episode written by Alison McKenzie & Christopher N. Corte.

Air Date: January 30 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

Episode 2×08 “Rock the Boat”


Once again, Simone’s (Geffri Maya) world has been rocked leaving her no choice but to stand up for herself with her support system fighting right by her side. 

Damon (Peyton Alex Smith) is at a personal low, but things get worse when a salacious rumor circulates about him and the baseball team. 

Keisha’s (Netta Walker) dance trajectory hits a major roadblock leaving everyone to rally around her. 

JR (Sylvester Powell) reflects on his friendship when Cam (Mitchell Edwards) shows interest in KEK. 

Meanwhile, Amara (Kelly Jenrette) struggles with trying to balance being president and being an aunt. 

Christine Swanson directed the episode written by Cam’ron Moore & Jeffrey David Thomas.

Air Date: Monday, Jan. 23 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

Episode 2×07 “Integrity”


Simone (Geffri Maya) is trying to break her long running tennis curse by acing her presentation and dealing with boy drama, but a blast from her past brings its own drama.  

Damon (Peyton Alex Smith) and Thea (Camille Hyde) are all set for a weekend away until the pressure of the high stakes game and interview messes with their plans.  

Marcus (Cory Hardrict) learns some disappointing news and turns to Amara (Kelly Jenrette) for support.  

Meanwhile, Cam (Mitchell Edwards) plays matchmaker for JR (Sylvester Powell) and a visit from a dance alum raises the bar for Keisha (Netta Walker) and she’s not sure how to handle the pressure.

Steve Acevedo directed the episode written by Hollie Overton.

Air Date: Monday, Nov. 28 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

Episode 2×06 “Free Your Mind”


Still not getting the sisterhood bond she craves from the tennis team, Simone’s (Geffri Maya) interest in joining a sorority grows, but she runs into some roadblocks. 

Marcus (Cory Hardrict) tasks Damon (Peyton Alex Smith) and JR (Sylvester Powell) with hosting a potential top baseball recruit, but unexpected tension between the two messes up everything. 

Nate (Rhoyle Ivy King) puts a more inclusive spin on an annual Black History Month event that not everyone is thrilled about. 

Thea’s (Camille Hyde) desire to return to the court forces her to decide on the best course for her career. 

Meanwhile, Amara (Kelly Jenrette) and Marcus meet resistance when they try to speak their truths. 

Keesha Sharp directed the episode written by Charia Rose & Megan McNamara.

Air Date: Monday, Nov. 21 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

Episode 2×05 “No More Drama”


When Amara (Kelly Jenrette) realizes that the student body is still reeling from recent events on campus, she gives everyone a mental health day. 

While everyone seems to be enjoying the activities on the quad, Simone (Geffri Maya) struggles with relaxing and finding a connection that doesn’t involve tennis. 

Damon (Peyton Alex Smith) is feeling insecure about his relationship with Thea (Camille Hyde), so he makes plans for the two of them, but when Thea gets a surprise visitor, things get awkward for Thea. 

Keisha (Netta Walker) is worried about how Cam (Mitchell Edwards) is holding up, but is commandeered by her dance professor, leaving Coach Marcus (Cory Hardrict) the opportunity to step up for Cam. 

Meanwhile, JR (Sylvester Powell) tries his hand at casual dating and learns something about his relationship style. 

Nikhil Paniz directed the episode written by Lamont Magee.

Air Date: Monday, Nov. 14 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

Episode 2×04 “We Shall Not Be Moved”


When Cam (Mitchell Edwards) receives a disturbing call for Amara (Kelly Jenrette), Amara immediately jumps into action which requires Bringston to shelter in place. 

Simone (Geffri Maya) struggles with being able to participate in Baby Shay’s first day of daycare only virtually, but when chaos ensues on campus, she finds comfort from someone unexpected. 

Damon (Peyton Alex Smith) comes to a decision about his birth parents which helps him make a surprising revelation.

Not a fan of how Nate’s (Rhoyle Ivy King) boyfriend treats Nate, Keisha (Netta Walker) grows concerned when Nate goes missing. 

Meanwhile, JR (Sylvester Powell) revisits a painful time in his past, forcing him to figure out what he wants for his future. 

David McWhirter directed the episode written by Marqui Jackson.

Air Date: Monday, Nov. 7 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

Episode 2×03 “Me, Myself, and I”


Simone (Geffri Maya) shows a different side of herself that does not go unnoticed as she reclaims her power on and off the court, but she must decide if that is the best strategy.  

Damon’s (Peyton Alex Smith) determination to ignore his unresolved relationship with Jessie (guest star Joe Holt) leads to conflict and an uncertainty within the team.  

Cam (Mitchell Edwards) has an unexpected visitor who will challenge him on his decision to pursue music, leaving Cam to turn to Keisha (Netta Walker) for support.  

As Amara (Kelly Jenrette) settles into her new job, she receives an anonymous critique, making her realize that she needs to sacrifice something important to her.  

Meanwhile, JR (Sylvester Powell) and Nate (Rhoyle Ivy King) find themselves revisiting the past, but each has a different outcome.  

Christine Swanson directed the episode written by Alison McKenzie.

Air Date: Monday, Oct 24 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

Episode 2×02 “No Love”


With the Spring semester gearing up, Simone (Geffri Maya) finds herself once again at odds with her teammates, leaving her to decide how she wants to be moving forward.

Damon (Peyton Alex Smith) is stressed about how his decision will affect those around him, but there is one person he may not have considered. Keisha (Netta Walker) is all in on her new dance major but she must overcome a roadblock that she didn’t anticipate.

Cam (Mitchell Edwards) hits a snag with his financial aid and turns to Amara (Kelly Jenrette) for help, causing Amara to investigate the situation.

Meanwhile, Coach Marcus (Cory Hardrict) takes a difficult, but necessary, step in the right direction.

Ryan Zaragoza directed the episode written by Cam’ron Moore.

Air Date: Monday, Oct 17 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

Episode 2×01 “We Need a Resolution”


After the holiday break, Simone (Geffri Maya) returns to Bringston ready to focus solely on tennis and learns what it’s really like to be top six.

Damon (Peyton Alex Smith) is faced with a decision he’s been putting off since before the holidays.

Frustrated with how Cam (Mitchell Edwards) is treating her, Keisha (Netta Walker) reverts to her old ways and throws a last-minute New Year’s Eve party.

Meanwhile, Amara (Kelly Jenrette) and Coach Marcus (Cory Hardrict) try to adjust to their new environments and challenges.

Michael Schultz directed the episode written by Nkechi Okoro Carroll.

Air Date: Monday, Oct 10 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.