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.
The CW is celebrating its 10th anniversary next month with a significant change. The network has stuck a deal with Netflix, whose subscribers will be able to stream full seasons of CW shows beginning eight days after their season finales.
Never fear advertisers, getting your brand in front of a millennial TV viewer may not be that challenging after all.
In one of his first major decisions after becoming CBS Entertainment president in September, Glenn Geller tapped Late Show with Stephen Colbert—and not one of CBS's fledgling prime-time dramas like Supergirl or Limitless&
Anybody who thinks broadcast television is dying obviously hasn't met Greg Berlanti, the talented and prolific writer and superproducer behind this fall's two biggest freshman series among viewers 18-49.