Earlier this evening, Teen Choice 2018 awarded artists in several creative fields the iconic surfboards for their achievement this past year.
The CW’s Riverdale (above) won for Choice Drama TV Show (and more than a half-dozen other awards); Black Panther won for Choice Sci-Fi Movie (and two more awards), and The Flash added two more surfboards to its collection.
A complete list of winners follows. Teens cast more than 150 Million votes via Twitter and FOX.com
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 folks at Warner Home Entertainment are working overtime. We have release dates and info on upcoming Blu-ray releases from The Flash, DC Legends of Tomorrow and my surprise favorite show of the season Riverdale – no digital copy? come on!. Riverdale had a terrible pilot, but there’s something about that show that really sucked me in and became one of the big surprises of last season. The Flash hits the streets September 5th, while DC Legends of Tomorrow and Riverdale hits August 15th. Details on all 3 releases after the jump.
The CW has announced its mid-season schedule and the timeslots they are a-changing…
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow shifts to Tuesdays at 9/8C beginning January 24th; Supernatural moves up an hour to lead into the network’s new, subversive take on Archie, Riverdale, on Thursday, January 26th.
Season four of The 100 premieres on Wednesday, February 1st; Reign begins its fourth season on Friday, February 10th, The Originals’ third season premieres on Friday, March 17th and iZombie’s third season premieres on Tuesday, April 4th.
Finally, The Vampire Diaries concludes its eight-season run on Friday, March 10th.
Read on for The CW’s mid-season schedule – with premiere dates and key moves.
The 2016-17 Primetime Schedule for The CW welcomes Supergirl to the network by giving it its familiar 8/7C timeslot on Mondays, where it will be followed by Jane the Virgin.
The Flash will again lead off Tuesdays, but with iZombie being held until mid-season, it will lead in to No Tomorrow (a pair of polar opposites deal with an impending apocalypse); Arrow holds down its usual spot on Wednesdays where it will lead in to new series, Frequency – in which a young police detective establishes a real relationship with her late father via his vintage ham radio set.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow returns to its regular Thursday timeslot leading in to Supernatural and the Winchesters’ final clash with God’s sister; Fridays open with The Vampire Diaries’ 7th season premiere leading into the second season of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
Riverdale (a re-imagining of Archie and friends), iZombie, The 100, Reign and The Originals are standing by to cover early cancellations and/or open the net’s mid-season. The full schedule and series descriptions follow the jump.