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The CW Renews 'Penn & Teller' and 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?'

The alternative pair have been solid performers for the scripted-focused net. read more

The Original Flash: Now On CW Seed!

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! ?

Rob Thomas Says Kristen Bell Is Down For A Veronica Mars Mini-Series!

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 [...]

SDCC15: Suit Up! Check out ‘Arrow’s New Outfit

2 months agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

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 […]

CW Announces Start Dates For ‘Arrow’, ‘The Flash’, ‘The Vampire Diaries’ And More Fall Shows

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

How Beauty and the Beast Defied Bad Ratings to Return for Season 3 (and 4)

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

Rob Thomas Signs Overall Deal With Warner Bros. TV

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

Super TV producer Greg Berlanti explains how he juggles 6 shows at the same time

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

Here are all of the trailers for The CW’s new 2015-2016 TV lineup

On Monday, we shared the cancellations and renewals for the five major networks: NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox and The CW. There weren’t too many surprises on the list, but it doesn’t really matter, because what we’re really interested in are the new shows that will be premiering over the next 12 months. Show More Summary

"Arrow," "Flash" & "iZombie" Anchor CW's Fall Lineup, But No Sign of "Constantine"

As expected, The CW renewed its DC-based shows and added a fourth, but apparently declined to pick up "Constantine."

The CW Slates Third Superhero Series for New Season

When you renew your entire fall lineup, as The CW did in January, it doesn't leave much room for new programming. That's why it's not surprising that The CW's 2015-16 lineup, which the network announced Thursday morning, shortly before its upfront, includes only one new fall series. Show More Summary

‘Arrow’ Finale Spoilers, Renewal News: Big Twists And Turns Ahead As Season 3 Wraps

The Season 3 finale of Arrow airs Wednesday night on the CW and fans are counting down the hours until it begins. There are said to be major twists and turns and viewers are quite anxious for some Arrow spoilers. What can everybody expect...Show More Summary

Here are all of the trailers for Fox’s new 2015-2016 TV lineup

On Monday, we shared the cancellations and renewals for the five major networks: NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox and The CW. There weren’t too many surprises on the list, but it doesn’t really matter, because what we’re really interested in are the new shows that will be premiering over the next 12 months. Show More Summary

Renewed And Cancelled TV Shows 2015: Learn The Fate of ‘Constantine,’ ‘Agent Carter,’ And More Across Multiple Networks

The fate of many TV shows for 2015 have already been revealed, but a number of networks are continuing to let fans know what is renewed and what has been cancelled. ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, The CW, and more have unveiled what will happenShow More Summary

“Tales From the Darkside” Getting Interest From Cablers

After renewing “iZombie” for a second season, the CW has passed on nearly every other horror pilot from “Dead People” to “Tales From the Darkside”. Now, Deadline is reporting that cablers are interesting in picking up the series – although none have seen the pilot yet. Some potential landing spots include Syfy, MTV, VH1 and […]

It's Officially Over For Hart Of Dixie! The Show Will Not Get A Fifth Season… Or Any Other Season Ever

While it may not have gotten renewed again, it will live on in our Harts. But, as far as TV time goes, that's a wrap for Hart of Dixie. The CW's medical dramedy aired its last episodes of season four back in March, but now it's confirmed those were the last episodes period. It's not like we're really [...]

All the broadcast shows that are definitely returning next season

TV renewals are a special beast this year compared to previous ones Most notably, networks started handing out the good news to some shows months ago In January, for example, The CW handed out renewals to eight of its series, in hopes...Show More Summary

'Hart of Dixie,' 'The Messengers' canceled by the CW

The CW renewed eight series for the new season all the way back in January, and it renewed a ninth series, "iZombie," on Wednesday. But not everything on the CW is returning for the fall. "Hart of Dixie" and "The Messengers" have both been canceled. 

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