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The CW next season is reclaiming Sunday night to expand its lineup to six nights and 12 hours of original programming – all of it scripted. “Starting in October, we will have 12 hours of original scripted series on our schedule – more than any other broadcast network besides CBS,” said Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW. The network also officially confirmed this morning that the upcoming seasons of three shows, comedies Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, which is on the fall schedule, and Jane the Virgin, which is held for midseason, as well as iZombie, will be their last.
Here is the CW’s fall 2018-19 schedule, followed by scheduling information on some shows that are not on it, brief analysis and detailed descriptions of the network’s new series.
CW - Series - Titles - Presence - Sunday
The CW had indicated that it plans to use popular existing series and recognizable titles to reestablish its presence on Sunday night nine years after the network gave the time back to its affiliate stations. The CW is doing that with Supergirl, which will be moving to the new night from Mondays, and the newly picked up reboot of Charmed, whose final four seasons aired on the night from 2002-06.
This midseason, Supergirl shared the Monday 8 PM slot with DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, which will remain in the time period as part as DC-branded Monday and Tuesday. Legends of Tomorrow will be followed by veteran Arrow, which is on the move again. Last fall, the series left its long-time Wednesday home to air on Thursday, it is now relocating to Monday.
Tuesday - Flash - Midseason - Addition - Black
Tuesday is staying intact with The Flash leading to new midseason addition Black Lightning. With Supergirl on Sunday, the CW has all of its DC series on three consecutive nights, which would be convenient for crossovers.
Veteran Supernatural also is staying put as Thursday 8 PM anchor and...
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