Granted, standards for The CW are far different than that of other broadcast networks like CBS or even NBC, it seems The CW has a full house in its fall 2013 lineup. Full-season orders have been given to 'The Vampire Diaries' offshoot 'The Originals,' as well as Amell-cousin fronted 'The Tomorrow People,' and the Mary Queen of Scots drama 'Reign.'
CBS president Les Moonves fielded a number of questions today from the ongoing TCA press tour panels, including some controversial remarks about The CW operating at something of a loss. Regardless of the financials however, there's good news for CW fans as 'Supernatural,' 'The Vampire Diaries' and 'The Originals' have all been given earlier premieres, while the 'Whose Line Is It Anyway' revival has been confirmed for a second season.
And so it goes for fall 2013 that The CW has become the third major network to release its premiere schedule of the coming year. Once more, The CW will hold off on its major premieres until October in avoidance of competition from the other networks, holding some of its new and returning sci-fi series on deck for midseason.
Comic-Con 2013 is nearly upon us, as July 17-21 will once again see legions of pop culture fanatics descend on San Diego to celebrate their favorite properties and we’ll be on hand once again to bring you all of the TV and Movie coverage straight from San Diego! From 'The Walking Dead' season 4 to 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' and 'Game of Thrones,' we've got your complete Comic-Con TV panel schedule to check out from this year's event.
Look out, Comic-Con 2013! Warner Bros. television has officially thrown its hat into the ring with a whopping 17 panels for the international pop culture event, among them fan-favorites like 'Supernatural,' 'The Big Bang Theory,' 'The Following,' and the final 'Nikita' appearance, with new panels for 'Beware the Batman' and more filling out the ranks. So when can fans fight for a sneak peek at their favorite shows' new offerings?
A few weeks ago the major networks released both truncated and, later on, full trailers for their new offerings, while The CW largely released extended clips from each new series. That all changed tonight as the teen-centric network released the full set of trailers for its upcoming, sci-fi heavy season, including 'The Vampire Diaries' spinoff 'The Originals,' sci-fi dramas 'The Tomorrow People,' 'The 100' and 'Star-Crossed,' and period soap 'Reign'!
Last among the major networks to release their full complement of fall and midsesaon 2013-2014 trailers is that of The CW, whose newest offerings serve up a sizable portion of sci-fi and genre. Along with the return of 'Vampire Diaries' spinoff 'The Originals,' inside has your first look at sci-fi dramas 'The Tomorrow People,' 'The 100,' 'Star-Crossed' and buzzworthy period drama 'Reign'!
Just hours after airing two of its biggest finales in both 'Arrow' and 'Supernatural,' The CW has joined the Upfront ranks to introduce some major changes into its fall lineup. No longer paired together are 'Arrow' and 'Supernatural,' as the latter moves to Tuesdays to help launch 'Vampire Diaries' spinoff 'The Originals,' while 'Nikita's' confirmed final season will be held to 2014. Find out about the big CW schedule changes inside!
The hits just keep on coming! After NBC announced that it would renew five of its major series for additional 22-episode seasons, now The CW has followed suit with a few pickups of their own. Not only will 'The Vampire Diaries' spin-off 'The Originals' officially go to series, but freshman drama 'Beauty and the Beast' and Rachel Bilson's 'Hart of Dixie' will return for additional seasons as well!
For months now we've been hearing about the 'Vampire Diaries' Klaus-centric spinoff 'The Originals,' to be presented in a backdoor pilot in the April 25 'TVD' episode of the same name. Now, in addition to the teasery photos we've seen, The CW has given us our first official look at 'The Originals' through its trailer, but can Joseph Morgan's Klaus hack it on his own in New Orleans?