Over the past couple of seasons, the CW has renewed almost all of its series in one fell swoop, and the network has continued that tradition for another year.
The superheroes at the center of The CW's four DC Comics-based shows—The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl and DC's Legends of Tomorrow—have pulled off some incredible feats, but there's some things that even they can't do. Like, run all four of their CW superhero shows simultaneously.
This week, as The CW begins to debut its season premieres, viewers used to streaming those shows on Hulu will be in for a surprise.
DC Entertainment has become a major force in the television world over the past few months thanks in large part to an aggressive slate at the CW, but there's more […]
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.
Although it’s destined to finish last again this season among broadcast’s Big Four, ABC boasts a much higher profile in the homes of ad agency types.
The CW on Monday announced it has granted back-nine orders for its three freshman series, committing to full-season runs for The Originals, The Tomorrow People and Reign.
Erosion continues to plague the Wednesday night broadcast lineup, as new shows and returning veterans once again suffered significant ratings reversals.