Good news, CW fans! The network has picked up an additional season of its entire fall lineup, it was announced at the Television Critics Association winter previews on Sunday. The eight series ordered for the upcoming 2015-2016 season...Show More Summary
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Will your favorite shows be back next year? Check out our breakdown below and check back often for the latest renewal/cancellation news. RENEWED FOR 2015-2016 SEASON The 100(CW) Arrow(CW) The Big Bang Theory(CBS) Big Brother (CBS) Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox) Empire (Fox) Family Guy(Fox) The Flash (CW) Gotham ... Read More >
With increased ratings, a slew of renewals and its first Golden Globe award, the network is having its best year ever: "It's been a brick-by-brick process, night by night, the old-fashioned way," president Mark Pedowitz says of the turnaround. read more
Plus, Arrow, The Flash and Jane the Virgin are among the CW's renewals.
It was a great weekend for Jane The Virgin. The show was renewed for a second season on Sunday morning (along with all of The CW’s other new fall shows), and later that day, Gina Rodriguez won a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Jane Gloriana Villanueva, The CW’s very first Golden Globe win. Show More Summary
Billy Bob Thornton wants to hook up with Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry opens up about 'Friends,' The CW renews 'Jane the Virgin,' and more celebrity news.
It’s been a packed couple of days of Arrow news as the beloved CW superhero series was renewed for a fourth season and interest was expressed in a second spin-off from the show. But on to more practical concerns, like what’s coming up in the second half of the season and where fate might take […]
It's cutting season, which means everything on TV is on the chopping block. And while the CW has had to drop some shows, eight made the cut! First off, Arrow has been picked up for season 4, and Jane the Virgin (which brought the CW a Golden Globe award) is going to get a second season. [...]
It?s beginning to feel as if it?s spring in the TV realm. Yesterday, the CW announced it was renewing 8?count ?em?shows for 2015 and 2016 and today CBS is apparently following suit. TClick To Continue Reading
CBS is doubling down on its three big freshman dramas. One day after the CW renewed its two first-year dramas for second seasons, CBS did the same for Scorpion, Madam Secretary and NCIS: New Orleans, giving all three orders for season 2 in the 2015-2016 season.
Continuing its grand tradition of saying, “Eh, what the hell,” to just about any show that garners the slightest amount of critical praise or audience, The CW went ahead and renewed almost every scripted show it has for next season.Show More Summary
The Television Critics Association press tour has been chugging along talking to some of our favorite creators and actors, but perhaps the most exciting news to come out of it so far is that DC Comics superhero/model Vixen is getting her own animated digital series.
The CW is really digging these DC shows. How much? Well, besides renewing The Flash and Arrow for next season, the network executives are already discussing a show based on Brandon Routh's The Atom as well as an animated series based on occasional Justice League member Vixen. Read more...
It’s a good year for CW’s viewers: early renewals have been announced for Jane the Virgin, The Flash, Reign, The 100,… Read More
Sunday marked a big day for The CW. At the 2015 Golden Globes, Gina Rodriguez actually took home the trophy for Best Actress in a TV Series, Comedy or Musical. This major acknowledgement came a couple hours after the network announced eight (yes, eight!!!) show renewals for the 2014-2015 season. The Vampire Diaries Cast Before They Were Stars! 1. Show More Summary
Often-overlooked junior broadcaster The CW stepped into the spotlight at the Television Critics Association's winter tour when network president Mark Pedowitz dropped the mic in a major way: The exec announced he would be renewing the network's entire fall lineup. Show More Summary
Big news from today’s Television Critics Association (TCA) Winter Press Tour 2015, and not just big news relative to the size of the network presenting: The CW. Yes, the CW is an also ran of a network, churning out 10 hours of programming a week and basically being relegated to the a category so derogatory, […]
The CW announced a trove of series renewals today, including a fourth season for Arrow and a second season for The Flash. The network also released is midseason premiere schedule – AND A TRAILER FOR iZombie ! REJOICE! Read more...
This week at the Television Critics Association Press tour, the CW has done something quite unprecedented: the network has already decided to renew eight TV shows for the 2015-2016 TV season. Go ahead and breathe in a sigh of relief. Click To Continue Reading