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.
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.
The Walking Dead is staggering its way toward a date with broadcast TV. Beginning this fall, the AMC zombie apocalypse thriller will begin airing on MyNetworkTV, making the 21st Century Fox asset the exclusive broadcast home to television’s highest-rated show.
In accordance with a precedent it set years ago, the CW on Thursday announced that it has made a number of early renewals in advance of the 2014-15 season.
There are three certainties to be gleaned from the classic Rankin/Bass holiday special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: 1) Bumbles bounce, 2) Santa’s workshop is a hotbed of discrimination and sexism, and 3) nothing drives ratings quite l
One of the first series to earn a back-nine order is starting to look like a candidate for cancelation.
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.
In the absence of a new episode of NBC’s The Voice, the Tuesday night broadcast lineup enjoyed a bit of a reprieve. But while a number of new series appeared to have reached a sort of equilibrium, one high-profile drama keeps losing steam.
For all the sampling of new broadcast series people did last week, it’s starting to look as if viewers are more interested in the established shows. This is good news for NBC and CBS and perhaps not so good for everyone else.