The renewal for the CW's critically acclaimed musical comedy TV series "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" is still hanging up in the air and its followers are still holding their breaths, hoping the network gives the show a green light. Like the fans, the series star is still waiting but shows the confidence that her recent winnings could nab them a Season 2.
Fans of the critically acclaimed musical comedy TV series "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" are still holding their breath for The CW to announce a possible Season 2, but the genius behind the show is quite optimistic that a renewal will be greenlit.
The CW's animated DC Comics Vixen series—a streaming-only show on CW Seed—has already been renewed for its second season, but the character and/or series could have a live action future.
The CW and its top affiliate group Tribune are going down to the wire on renewing their affiliate agreement, which is up in the fall. The good news is, the two sides — Tribune and the CW owners CBS and Warner Bros. — are talking. After...Show More Summary
Supernatural has already had several milestones. It's hit double digit in terms of seasons. It has survived a change of network (from The WB to The CW). It has reached both episode 100 and episode 200. Now it looks like Supernatural might be around for a bit longer to hit even more milestones. Show More Summary
The CW president Mark Pedowitz was a huge Supernatural fan long before he joined the network, and continues to be a big supporter of the veteran drama. At the CW’s TCA presentation, Pedowitz noted that Superatural‘s ratings are up in Season 11. Show More Summary
The online cartoon series with "Arrow" actress Megalyn Echikunwoke voicing the titular role is coming back.
The CW’s Vixen may make the leap to live-action by her upcoming Arrow appearance, though it seems the character may go back and forth. Not only has the animated CW Seed series been renewed for Season 2, but network heads also comment on the possibility of another live-action spinoff, or potential Legends of Tomorrow appearances. Continue reading…
Speaking on a panel at the TCA Winter Press Tour on Sunday, CW president Mark Pedowitz addressed the renewal status for both iZombie and Supernatural and let's just say, you're going to be happy.
Plus, different versions of The Flash and Green Arrow will appear on Legends... The post Kevin Smith to Direct Episode of The Flash, Vixen Renewed and More from The CW’s TCA Panels appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Feature director and comic book aficionado Kevin Smith has signed on to direct an episode of the CW DC Comics drama The Flash in May, the network announced at TCA. Additionally, superhero animated series Vixen has been renewed for a second season. Show More Summary
The CW and Litton Entertainment announced they’ve renewed their partnership for “One Magnificent Morning”, a five-hour Saturday morning block targeting teenagers and their families, through the 2020-21 broadcast season. Launched in October 2014, the five-hour morning block runs from 7 AM to noon and includes shows such as Calling Dr. Show More Summary
The CW has secured more TV stations for next season while talks with its top affiliate group, Tribune, continue. Gray Television has inked a new multi-year extension of the company’s CW affiliation agreements, covering 23 markets or 4.62% the country. Show More Summary
The CW scripted average through Nov. 8: 0.63 Show Status 18-49 rating Renew/Cancel Index Crazy Ex-Girlfriend :cry: 0.28 0.44 Reign (F) :( :( 0.28 0.44 Jane the Virgin :| :| :| 0.38 0.60 iZombie :) :) :) :) 0.58 0.92 The Vampire Diaries :) :) :) :) 0.58 0.92 Supernatural :) :) :) :) 0.74 […]
"Crazy" isn't cutting it.
Fox Television Stations have extended the MyNetworkTV programming service for two more years, through the 2017-18 season, which is will be the net’s 12th. While this may be considered a formality between the two long-time partners —Show More Summary
"iZombie" could go either way.
"Jane the Virgin" started slowly but should still be OK.
Beauty and the Beast will end after its upcoming fourth season, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The CW gave the Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan drama an early Season 4 renewal months before its shortened third season premiered this summer. And though the series never garnered huge ratings, its most... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Beauty and the Beast
After beating the odds for a couple of years with surprising renewals, the CW’s Beauty and the Beast will end its run with the upcoming 13-episode fourth season, which is wrapping production next month. The supernatural procedural starring Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan scored a Season 4 pickup before its third season had premiered this past summer. Show More Summary