The CW Sets Its Fall Schedule, Including First-Ever Saturday Shows

Whose Line Is It Anyway? will kick off the network's seventh programming night

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After skipping upfronts week, The CW has set its fall schedule a week after its fellow broadcasters made their own announcements.

For the first time in network history, The CW will have seven days a week of primetime programming. Its Whose Line Is It Anyway? leads off its very first Saturday slate with back-to-back episodes, followed by World’s Funniest Animals.

“This year, as we begin to return to more normalized production schedules, The CW is firing on all cylinders,” The CW chairman and CEO Mark Pedowitz said in a statement.



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