Stephen Amell is excited about the new day and time as he took to social media to offer: “I’ve been waiting 5 years to be behind Jensen & Jared”.
Most of these shows will begin shooting in July. To make room for their unveiling, the network has relocated some of its veterans.
Following Supergirl will be the new military drama Valor. Riverdale will now be on Wednesday, along with the new Dynasty reboot while Jane the Virgin and be paired again with Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, this time on Friday nights.
“We are very fond of the show”, said Pedowitz, noting that “Jane the Virgin” performs especially well in delayed and digital viewing, arguably making its place on the schedule less critical. Christina Ochoa and Matt Barr star as two U.S. Army helicopter pilots who must return overseas to help rescue their comrade (W. Tre Davis) from terrorists, all while being torn between their duty and desire for each other, of course.
CW President Mark Pedowitz said the network won’t have more than four DC series at a time, but that it will continue making them “as long as people want to watch it”.
Thursday nights reunite the Winchester brothers with Team Arrow, with SUPERNATURAL (8:00-9:00pm ET/PT) followed by ARROW (9:00-10:00pm ET/PT), now on a new night.
“Supernatural” will kick off Thursdays and is followed by “Arrow“, which aired on Wednesdays this season.
The soap will update the tale of the fabulously wealthy Colbys and Carringtons for a new generation. From Gossip Girl’s Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, the modern take on the classic soap stars Nathalie Kelley, Elizabeth Gillies and Grant Show. Asked if the CW, which is adding a fifth DC superhero series to its lineup in midseason with Black Lightning, has any concerns about expanding in the genre in an era of “peak superhero TV”, Pedowitz said, “We believe we have the best superhero programing on anywhere”.