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2014-15 Upfront

The More Things Change: What's Old Is New Again at the CW

Flash is a go, Carrie skips off into the sunset, Star-Crossed falls, and Tomorrow People is yesterday's news

There are few surprises on the CW's upfront schedule, besides virgins. It's a good time for the network's comic-book-heavy prime-time lineup: Arrow will be joined by spinoff The Flash in the fall; and the 100, Hart of Dixie and Beauty and the Beast will all be back, though Beauty doesn't get a slot until midseason. And of course, Jane the Virgin, which the network announced for Monday nights at 9, potentially as counterprogramming to CBS's new drama Scorpion and and Fox's creepy success Sleepy Hollow, but there's still NBC's perennial The Voice and Dancing With the Stars on ABC to contend with.

Offbeat help-me-I'm-undead show iZombie (based, like Flash and Arrow, on the DC Comics property, though iZombie hails from DC's "grown-up" line, Vertigo) will also premiere during the second half of the season.

THE CW’s 2014-2015 PRIMETIME SCHEDULE

MONDAY

8-9 p.m.  THE ORIGINALS (New Night)

9-10 p.m.  JANE THE VIRGIN (New Series)

TUESDAY

8-9 p.m.   THE FLASH (New Series)

9-10 p.m.  SUPERNATURAL

WEDNESDAY

8-9 p.m.   ARROW

9-10 p.m.  THE 100

THURSDAY

8-9 p.m. THE VAMPIRE DIARIES

9-10 p.m. REIGN

FRIDAY

8-8:30 p.m.  WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY?
8:30-9 p.m.  WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY? (Encore Episode)
9-10 p.m. AMERICA’S NEXT TOP MODEL

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