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
The first renew/cancel standings of 2015-15 for The CW find "Reign" in some trouble.
The CW and iHeartMedia have inked a new multi-year deal for the network to remain the exclusive TV broadcaster of the two-day iHeartRadio Music Festival. The news today comes ahead of the latest edition of the fest airs as part of a two-night special tomorrow and Wednesday from 8-10 PM PT that CW has used to signal its fall season launch. Show More Summary
As sure as vampires hate sunlight, "The Originals" is getting a fourth season.
The CW is heading into its 10th anniversary next year. But before the network can start planning a fall 2016 celebration, it has to close three deals key to the network’s livelihood for the next decade. Coming up later this year is the CW’s pact with Netflix, followed next year by the agreements with Tribune and Hulu. Show More Summary
The alternative pair have been solid performers for the scripted-focused net. read more
The new episodes will debut in 2016.
The original 22 episodes from the 1990 CBS series The Flash are now available on CW Seed. Follow the jump for more. Despite rating s that would, today, guarantee renewal, The 1990 Flash was up against some pretty heavy competition (like the Simpsons during one of their best seasons. As a result, by the time … Continue reading The Original Flash: Now On CW Seed! ?
Long live Veronica Mars! With Rob Thomas' newest series iZombie getting a second season renewal over on The CW, it seems as though another of his famous TV shows could be brought back to life. That's because at a recent panel interview with his Sci-Fi cast, Rob admitted that the Veronica Mars movie may not be the [...]
Just when you think you’re out, they pull you back in. Of course, you didn’t really think Arrow was out, did you? Oliver Queen may have hung up his quiver at the end of season three, but since the CW renewed the show for a fourth season, it opened the inevitable return of the Emerald […]
Just when will fan favorite shows like Arrow and The Flash return to the CW? The network is one of the first to announce official start dates for all its fall shows, which it renewed earlier this year. Eight shows received early renewals,...Show More Summary
Beauty and the Beast has had to continually triumph over low ratings and being shuffled around the CW's schedule to earn a renewal. But now that it's back with -- at least! -- two more seasons executive producer Brad Kern is puttingShow More Summary
iZombie co-creator/executive producer Rob Thomas has signed a two-year overall deal with Warner Bros. TV, the studio behind the midseason CW drama, which has been renewed for a second season. Under the pact, Thomas will continue to executive...Show More Summary
TV producer Greg Berlanti is sitting on top of a mound of success right now. With three shows renewed for next season (NBC's "Mysteries of Laura," CW's "Flash" and "Arrow") and three series just ordered for fall (CBS's "Supergirl," NBC's "Blindspot" and CW's "DC's Legends of Tomorrow"), Berlanti has to shoulder a lot of pressure. Show More Summary