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’s Jane the Virgin and CBS’ Zoo are poised to go global through Netflix in an agreement to make the the streaming service the shows’ exclusive streaming home in more than 50 countries around the world.
Zoo will go global on Monday, October 12th, while season one of Jane the Virgin will follow in later in 2015, or early 2016. For more, follow the jump.
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.
The Television Critics Association has released its nominations for the 2015 TCA Awards, celebrating the best in television programming over the last year. As usual, HBO led all networks – cable or broadcast – with seven noms.
FOX’s acclaimed and popular Empire and Amazon’s unique and groundbreaking Transparent lead the way with four nominations apiece. The final season of AMC’s Mad Men, FX’s brilliant The Americans and The CW’s terrific take on telenovelas, Jane the Virgin each grabbed three nominations.
The complete of nominations follows the jump. The 31st TCA Awards will be presented Saturday, August 8th.
The 74th George Foster Peabody Entertainment Awards were announced today.
Quality entertainment comes in all shapes and sizes and this year’s winners include Jane the Virgin, a unique telenovela from The CW; The Americans, a series about KGB spies in 1980’s America and Black Mirror, a British series that could be described as the dark side of The Twilight Zone.
The CW announced its flashiest schedule yet, this morning. The biggest news is, of course, that Arrow spin-off The Flash will lead into Supernatural on Tuesday nights. Mondays are, by contrast, mixing horror and comedy with The Originals’ second season leading into Jane the Virgin’s debut. Wednesday and Thursday stand pat: Arrow and The 100 on Wednesdays, and The Vampire Diaries and The 100 on Thursdays. Friday showcases Whose Line Is It Anyway? and America’s Next Top Model.
Non-superhero DC Comics adaptation/horror series iZombie and the sci-fi/fantasy, The Messengers, are set for mid-season.
The full schedule and series descriptions follow the jump.
The Flash is certainly one of the most anticipated shows of the Fall 2014-15 season – and Jane the Virgin is one of the more intriguing. The CW has released trailers for both and you can check them out after the jump.