The CW goes into its expanded 2018-19 (adding a sixth night) season with 10 early renewals, including the network’s longest running series, Supernatural, all of its DCTV titles, critical darlings Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Jane the Virgin, the dark Archie series Riverdale, and rookie primetime soap, Dynasty.
The CW has renewed eleven shows – including low-rated by critically adored soap/telenovela/satires Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and its trio of superhero series, Arrow, Flash and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
Follow the jump for the complete list of returning shows.
The CW kicks of its 2015 Fall season with a two night IHEARTRADIO concert on September 29th and 30th.
The Flash and iZombie return Tuesdays, beginning October 6th; Arrow and Supernatural return to their Wednesday night time slots on October 7th. The network goes all vampire on Thursdays with The Vampire Diaries and The Originals, beginning on October 8th, and Reign and America’s Next Top Model return on Fridays, as of October 9th.
New series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend premiere on Monday, October 19th, leading into Jane the Virgin. Follow the jump for the complete schedule of The CW’s fall premieres.
A premium cable half-hour pilot that becomes an hour-long musical comedy; an outbreak drama and a superhero/villain team-up – these are the new shows that The CW will bring before us over the 2015-16 season: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Containment (above) and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
The CW is adding a single new show to its Fall 2015-16 Schedule – Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, which will lead into Jane the Virgin on Monday Nights.
Reign moves to Friday night where it will lead into America’s Next Model. The originals bounces back to Thursdays, following Vampire Diaries.
Tuesdays (The Flash/iZombie) and Wednesdays (Arrow/Supernatural) remain unchanged.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – featuring a team of superheroes and villains led by time traveler Rip Hunter to save the universe and, maybe, time itself – will join the schedule in mid-season, along with Containment (formerly Cordon), in which an epidemic breaks out in Atlanta and a large chunk of the city is quarantined.
Post-apocalyptic series The 100 is set for a mid-season return.
For the complete schedule and series descriptions, follow the jump.