Zach • Jun 13, 2019 • MusicComments Off on “Drippin” Lyric Video!

The Drippin lyric video has been released earlier today! So far, Cody has released two songs and two lyric videos but as yet to release an actual music video for either one of his songs. Which lyric video is your favorite???

If you need a reminder of the “Hills” lyric video, check it out again below:

Zach • Jun 12, 2019 • Final Fantasy VIIComments Off on Cody Christian to be in Final Fantasy 7 Remake!

Cody Christian was announced as a voice over actor for one of the main characters in the Final Fantasy series, Cloud Strife. The E3 trailer that premiered during the E3 2019 Events sees the game coming back to life with a premiere date that is set to release on March 3rd, 2020.

Are you excited for Cody to be in Final Fantasy and will you be picking the game up next year??

Zach • Jun 07, 2019 • MusicComments Off on “Drippin” is now available everywhere!!

Cody is currently on a roll right now while also getting ready for season two of All American, he has graciously presented us with not ONE but TWO different songs within a month of each other. He released Hills exactly one month ago and now he just dropped Drippin! I hope we get a video for one or both songs soon enough!

What do you think of the songs? Are you excited for more songs to be released from him or eventually an album to be released?


Zach • May 17, 2019 • All AmericanComments Off on The CW announces it’s Fall Line-up!

The CW Network has finally released it’s fall lineup for it’s primetime shows that include All American, now while it doesn’t give us a definitive premiere date, it does let us know of the changes like the day and time of it airing.

Instead of airing on Wednesdays at 9PM, All American will now air on Mondays at 8PM. Check out the full press release below.

Family Bonds Grow Strong on Monday Night with “All American” followed by “Black Lightning”
May 16, 2019 (New York) — The CW Network presented its new Fall schedule for the 2019-20 season to advertisers, affiliates and national media at the City Center in New York today.
“The CW heads into next season riding a wave of creative momentum and expansion, with more original programming all year round, and a new Fall line-up boasting scripted series in every single time period across our six-night schedule. We have 14 returning series for next year and adding to that three exciting new shows, including our newest superhero, the thrilling BATWOMAN, the mystery and suspense of NANCY DREW and the aspirational KATY KEENE, based on the Archie Comics characters,” said Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW. “As the original multiplatform network, combining our linear broadcast and our best in class Ad-supported digital services with our ability to harness social like no one else, The CW’s distinct brand and programming strategy perfectly positions this network to grow and thrive in the current media landscape.”
The CW heads to Gotham City for the first time with Ruby Rose starring as BATWOMAN premiering on Sundays (8:00-9:00pm ET/PT), followed by SUPERGIRL(9:00-10:00pm ET/PT).
Acclaimed drama ALL AMERICAN heads to a new night on Mondays (8:00-9:00pm ET/PT), followed by the tight-knit family of superheroes on BLACK LIGHTNING (9:00-10:00pm ET/PT).
The CW’s biggest multiplatform hit THE FLASHisback on Tuesday (8:00-9:00pm ET/PT), followed by the final season of ARROW(9:00-10:00pm ET/PT) on a new night.
RIVERDALE returns for season four anchoring Wednesday (8:00-9:00pm ET/PT), followed by The CW’s suspenseful, supernatural take on the iconic detective NANCY DREW (9:00-10:00pm ET/PT).
Sam and Dean Winchester bring their journey to a conclusion as SUPERNATURAL returns for its 15th and final season Thursday (8:00-9:00pm ET/PT), followed by the supernatural student body of The Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted returning for the second season of LEGACIES(9:00-10:00pm ET/PT).
CHARMED (8:00-9:00pm ET/PT) and its formidable “Power of Three” heads to a new night, followed by the return of the warring Carrington and Colby clans on DYNASTY(9:00-10:00pm ET/PT).
The CW has five original scripted series lined up for midseason including the aspirational new series KATY KEENE, based on characters from Archie Comics, along with returning series DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROWIN THE DARKROSWELL, NEW MEXICO and THE 100.
The CW will once again launch its 2019-20 season in October, with premiere dates to be announced later. The IHEARTRADIO MUSIC FESTIVAL returns to kick off the new season with an exclusive two-night telecast. Air dates will be announced at a later date.
Following is The CW’s Fall Primetime Schedule for the 2019-2020 Season and accompanying details on all the programs.

Zach • May 07, 2019 • MusicComments Off on “Hills” is now available everywhere!!

Cody Christian released his first widely anticipated single, as a new venture and extension of Cody’s career, he released his first single today which is titled “Hills” and you can now purchase it on all major digital retailers such as iTunes and Amazon.


Feel free to tell us what you think of the new bangin’ song from Cody!

Zach • Apr 24, 2019 • All AmericanComments Off on The CW renews four additional shows!

The major network channel, The CW, has renewed four additional primetime shows for their network which includes All American as well as In The Dark, The 100 and Roswell, New Mexico. This is exciting news to see what Asher will do as he hasn’t had the best luck in season one.

With this renewal, it adds to the CW’s list of over 10+ shows that were renewed for the 2019 – 2020 season on TV!

Where do you think Asher will end up in Season 2? Are you excited to know that CW has finally RENEWED All American after it’s popularity through Netflix?

You can read the press release below!

April 23, 2019 (Burbank, CA) — The CW Network has renewed four additional primetime series for the 2019-2020 season, including second seasons for ALL AMERICANIN THE DARKROSWELL, NEW MEXICO and a seventh season of THE 100, it was announced today by Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW. This brings the total returning series renewed for the 2019-2020 season to 14, including all five of the new series that premiered this season.

“As we begin to plan for the 2019-2020 season, we’re thrilled to have this roster of 14 exceptionally creative and distinctive series, including all five first year shows, as the foundation on which to continue to build the multiplatform future of The CW,” said Pedowitz. “One of our key long-term goals has been to continually add more original programming all year round, especially in midseason and summer, and with these returning shows and the new series we’ll order as we get closer to the May upfront, next season on The CW is shaping up to be our most robust year round schedule yet.”

The series being ordered for the 2019-2020 broadcast year now include second seasons of all of The CW’s freshman series ALL AMERICANCHARMED, IN THE DARK, LEGACIES and ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO, as well as new seasons of ARROW (Season 8), BLACK LIGHTNING (Season 3), DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW (Season 5), DYNASTY (Season 3), THE FLASH (Season 6), RIVERDALE (Season 4), SUPERGIRL (Season 5), SUPERNATURAL (Season 15) and THE 100 (Season 7). Specific premiere dates for each series will be announced at a later time.

Zach • Mar 05, 2019 • Gallery Update, PhotoshootComments Off on Cody featured in 26 Magazine!

Cody is once again featured in another magazine spread, this time for 26 Magazine in which we have now uploaded the photoshoot to the gallery for viewing!

03/16/19 UPDATE: +3 new pics were added to the album.
03/30/19 UPDATE: +3 new pics were added to the album.
04/30/19 UPDATE: +7 new pics were added to the album, bringing the final count to 21 photos!



Zach • Feb 27, 2019 • Gallery Update, PhotoshootComments Off on Cody featured in “InLove Magazine”

InLove Magazine released their new spread featuring our boy, Cody Christian. We have added a total of 13 images from the shoot to the gallery, click below to check them out!



Zach • Dec 19, 2018 • All American, MusicComments Off on Cody talks with ET about “All American” and his rap skills!

Watch Cody talk with Entertainment Tonight below in the video and he also busts out his rap skills, are you excited to see what music he releases in the coming months??

Zach • Dec 14, 2018 • All AmericanComments Off on Cody dishes on “Asher” and “All American” in new Interview! has posted an exclusive new interview with our boy Cody and you can read it in full right below, or if you prefer reading it on HL’s website; click here for the full article!

HollywoodLife talked EXCLUSIVELY with Cody Christian about what’s ahead for Asher, the team, and more when the show returns in 2019 for the second half of its first season. Cody teased “consequences” for Asher’s actions, who will help him get back on track, the high stakes surrounding the playoffs, and more in our EXCLUSIVE interview below.

So at the very end of the episode, Asher’s dad kicks him out basically. What can you say about where the second half of the season will pick up with Asher?

Cody Christian: The whole season so far has really been a buildup, and I think this episode is the pinnacle of Asher having to come face-to-face with the consequences for his actions. I think he’s at a very low point of his downward spiral. He gets kicked out by his dad, which is reinforcing the fact that his dad’s love is contingent on him being a football player and a star football player at that. Tonight’s episode is huge for not only my character, but for every character. Every character has to come face-to-face with the consequences of their actions and what has led them to this midseason finale. But it really does set the tone, and it sets everything up for how our characters are going to come back, either strong and recover on a road to redemption, or just really how life is going to affect them, and where we’re going to see them when we come back.

One of the other major things to happen for Asher was his friendship with Jordan hit an all-time low. Do you think these two could find their way back to being best friends again, or do you think that trust has been broken for good?

Cody Christian: 
I think obviously the trust has been tested, but I think their friendship is stronger than that, and I think eventually they’ll finally find their way back to each other. I think that’s gonna happen with everybody in Asher’s life right now. There’s not too many people that support him. The one person that shows up is the one connection that he had a while, a year ago, with Olivia. So she’s very, very responsible and plays a pivotal role in the next eight episodes of helping Asher, and being there for him, and putting him on the right path again.

We haven’t really fully explored that dynamic between them. We know about what happened with them in the past, so there had to have been some connection from the start, and I want to see more of that explored.

Cody Christian: I think it’s a connection where two people got to drop the façade and the mask that they were wearing, and they really got see each other, who they were, and experience each other’s company, and the pain that they had both been through. I think that night brought them together. Maybe it had no significance, and it was brief, but I think they saw each other for the first time, and truly saw each other, and I think that plays a part in their relationship. I think we’re going to be able to revisit that, and we have some flashback stuff coming up, and that paints that picture very vividly.

Do I think Layla and Asher are done for?

Cody Christian: Obviously, there’s still love there. I don’t think that love just dissipates overnight. I don’t think it’s the same kind of love, though. I think she still has feelings for him, but because of everything that’s happened, the way things have gone down — the lies, Spencer’s arrival — I think the love has shifted. I don’t think she’s going ghost him. And in fact, she is going to be one of the people to lend a helping hand on Asher’s road to redemption. But again, having said all of that, I think the love has changed.

There is life outside of football, there is life after that. Are we going to maybe touch on that when it comes to Asher? Because I feel like now that he doesn’t have it, this could be an avenue for him to explore some things outside of the field.

Cody Christian: 
I mean, absolutely. He’s a kid who’s struggling with his identity and trying to figure out his place in the world. Right now, the only thing that he’s been able to place his identity in is football. So without it, those questions arise, and without it, he has to figure out who he is and who he is in the relationships with the people around him, as well as Jordan, Olivia, his own father. He’s going to be faced with a lot of questions, so I think there’s a lot of self-exploration happening and will continue to happen for Asher.

So, Spencer and Asher have been at odds. There’s a lot of tension between them, but do you think there’s a chance that these two could finally see eye-to-eye and maybe become friends?

Cody Christian: I think it could happen, but I don’t think it’s going to happen any time soon. I think wounds are too fresh, and there’s feelings of animosity between the two of them, definitely more so from Asher. But Asher, he’s feeling threatened by this guy. His presence at Beverly compromises his one secure future he thought he had with football. It’s disrupted the relationships in his life. There’s a constant reminder every time he’s on the field of the aftermath of everything that’s happened from Spencer’s arrival. I don’t think he’s big enough at this point to put it all behind him. So I can definitely say that a friendship and a dynamic between the two could happen, I just don’t think it’s gonna happen this soon.

We’re getting into the playoffs now. Will the show really get into the meatier side of what it means to be in the playoffs season in football?

Cody Christian: The stakes are much, much higher. It rallies the team and the players. Jordan has some amazing development, where he has to step into his own. Spencer has to revaluate some choices that he made and reallocate his focus. Same thing with Asher. He has to put things behind him in order to come together and unite, because at the end of the day, people do want to win, they do want to be state champions, so they’re prepared to give 110%. Because of the higher stakes, you’ll see a sense of unity amongst the guys.

I want to get your insight about what made Asher go to the other team with the Beverly playbook, even though he knew it would hurt his team and not just Spencer and Jordan.

Cody Christian: He was hurt, he was enraged, and in a moment of that emotional whirlwind that he was experiencing, you have to see it from his perspective. He really thought that this was it. Think about it. If he’s off the team, he can’t play in the playoffs. If he can’t play in the playoffs, there is no way in hell that he’s going come back next season as a starter. If he doesn’t come back next season as a starter, there’s no way he’s going get the attention of the scouts that are going to be responsible for recruiting him going to a good college.If he can’t get into a good college, say a D1 school, his future of playing football for a living is now gone. So, with all of that weighing on his mind, he made the ultimate decision of saying, ‘Well, if I’m going down, then everybody’s going down.’ It’s obviously not fair, and something that they don’t deserve, and it’s something that’s going to come around and bite him in the ass. He’s going to have to make up for it.

Jordan is now in a very precarious position, because of the drug testing at the end of the episode. What can you tease overall about where that decision on behalf of Jordan and his dad impacts the whole team?

Cody Christian: 
That is a huge shift in character development for Coach. We’re seeing that there’s a darker side to him, who’s willing to do whatever he has to do in order to win, and in order to protect the ones around him, the people that he loves. But also, again, speaking of consequences, there are consequences to his actions. So, the reality of it is, is if he got caught doing that, he puts the entire team at risk, all of us, all of the players, his professional reputation, and his career.