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Most TV shows on The CW have had very low ratings but, last season, the smallest network started to attract more attention than it had in the past. Will their series hit new highs in the ratings in the 2015-16 season? How many will be cancelled or renewed? Stay tuned.
There's lots of data that network execs looks at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. These charts will be updated daily, as new ratings data becomes available.
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Based on the short film Passage, Cargo follows a Bahamian fishermen who gets lured into smuggling illegal Haitian migrants.
Cargo won best pitch at Caribbean Tales in 2012 and is the first part of a slate of films to be developed by Best Ever Film. »
The CW's Arrow and The Flash are getting ready for their big crossover event next week, which airs over two nights on December 1 and 2. Earlier this month, Arrow already gave fans a much different crossover, when they brought in Matt Ryan to reprise his role as John Constantine from NBC's canceled series Constantine in the November 4 episode entitled Haunted. A new report from Bleeding Cool reveals that The CW is considering bringing Constantine back for DC's Legends of Tomorrow, if the network orders a second season.
The unconfirmed report reveals that The CW is considering radically altering the cast for each season of http://movieweb.com/dc-legends-tomorrow-negative-woman-stephanie-corneliussen/DC's Legends of Tomorrow. This model has been compared to the animated series entitled Justice League Unlimited. The network's plan is to reportedly bring on Matt Ryan as Constantine as a series regular, and the report also claims that The Vampire Diaries »
Team TVLine’s collective stomach may be overly stuffed with food this Thanksgiving, but our hearts will be pleasantly full of gratitude for the treats this year in TV has bestowed upon us.
During the fall, long-running dramas Scandal and The Vampire Diaries rediscovered their creative grooves, while summer brought us a hotter-than-ever bounty of addictive shows, from promising newcomers like UnREAL and Fear the Walking Dead to mainstays such as Suits and Penny Dreadful.
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We’re also thankful HBO is providing closure on the low-rated Looking and »
The latest episode of The Vampire Diaries season 7 veers from uncharacteristically dull to mind-boggingly bizarre...
This review contains spoilers.
6.7 Mommie Dearest
We need to talk about this pregnancy storyline.
Of all the crazy twists and turns this show has taken over the years, impregnating Caroline with the unborn twins of her favorite high school teacher has to take the biscuit. Not only does it not make any sense logically within the rules of this universe, but it also doesn't make any sense narratively. There's a consent issue here that I wish wasn't a recurring problem for The Vampire Diaries, but the execution in Mommie Dearest just made the whole thing worse.
Adding a thick layer of extra icky-ness is the addition of Valerie to the mix, a prospective love rival to Caroline who lost her own child through tragic circumstances. So not only does Caroline feel pressured »
The CW has unveiled its Winter premiere dates, and not only did they finally reveal when DC's Legends of Tomorrow will debut, there's some big news for The Vampire Diaries and The Originals. Both bloody shows will be moving to Friday nights and will return after the Winter hiatus on Jan. 29. Meanwhile, DC's Legends of Tomorrow will premiere in the Thursday night slot, alongside the season premiere of The 100, on Jan. 21. Get excited, and find out when all your other favorite shows will return after the Winter hiatus! »
- Maggie Pehanick
Absence makes the heart grow fonder — and it definitely makes the heart forget about how the heart’s fiancé wants the heart to give up her professional goals and dreams.
That’s the situation on this week’s Mindy Project, in which Danny is back after a long visit with his ailing dad (yay!) and wants to set a date for the wedding (yay again!) but completely reverts to AggroDan upon hearing that Mindy has started a side business while he was gone — after all, won’t Leo just shrivel and grow up to be a serial killer if she’s not a stay-at-home mom? »
While it's not even Thanksgiving, some shows are already gearing up for Christmas! Black-ish has graced us with a perfect holiday card, and now The Vampire Diaries is getting into the holiday spirit! The special episode, airing airing on Dec. 10, is titled "Cold as Ice." Prepare for Bonnie to strike up an unlikely friendship, and Stefan and Damon to get into a heap of trouble. Nothing new here! Take a look at the pictures below. »
- Maggie Pehanick
I was going to start my recap of The Voice‘s Top 11 performance night by lamenting all of the unfortunate business that played out over its first 90 minutes: The silhouetted ballet dancer shaking out her hair (inside the moon!) and upstaging hapless Evan McKeel. The assassination of Helen Reddy’s “Delta Dawn” in front of 12 million viewers. The ghost of a 1999 Mandy Moore soundtrack cut floating across the stage, haunting Korin Bukowski’s musical future.
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After getting to hear Jeffery Austin close the show with an »
Over the weekend, we reported that DC's Legends of Tomorrow would likely premiere on Thursday, January 21st. We now know that to be true and the new series will be paired with the third season of The 100.
Current Thursday night residents The Vampire Diaries and The Originals will be moving to Friday nights starting January 29th.
Here are the details:
The CW Network Announces January Premieres And Scheduling Moves
The Series Premiere of DC's Legends Of Tomorrow and the Return of the Critically-Acclaimed The 100 Debut on Thursday, January 21
The Vampire Diaries and The Originals Move to Fridays Beginning on January 29
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It used to be that a Friday night timeslot was the kiss of death for a TV series, but in these days of DVRs and Digital/On Demand viewing, that’s no longer the case. Otherwise, we might be a bit worried… Continue Reading →
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- Debi Moore
The CW’s schedule is getting a major makeover this January, as the network has set the premiere dates for The 100 Season 3 and the highly anticipated Arrow/Flash spin-off, Legends of Tomorrow. Additionally, The CW is also moving two of its most well-known series, The Vampire Diaries and The Originals, to a new night. Let’s start with the premiere news first. Legends of Tomorrow will debut on Thursday, Jan. 21, at 8 p.m., and the new series will then be followed by the third season premiere of The 100 at 9 p.m. The 100 last aired on The CW back in March, while Arrow and The Flash have been helping to build toward the launch of Legends of Tomorrow throughout their respective seasons this fall, culminating in next week’s crossover event. However, with Legends of Tomorrow and The 100 taking over Thursdays, The Vampire Diaries and The Originals will move to Friday nights, »
- Chris King
The CW has slotted January premiere dates for its new drama DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow and the Season 3 premiere of The 100. In addition, the network announced that The Vampire Diaries and The Originals are moving to Friday from their current Thursday slot. DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow will premiere on Thursday, January 21 at 8 Pm. It will be followed by the return of post-apocalyptic drama The 100 at 9 Pm. The Vampire Diaries is moving from its Thursday spot to Fridays… »
Here’s a mathematical head-scratcher for ya! Eleven contestants remain on The Voice. If one contestant is slated for elimination this Tuesday, and one more will go home on Dec. 1, how the heck are we only three weeks (and one day) away from the Season 9 finale?
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Yep, in case you missed the news last week, a five-contestant bloodbath is in the works for the Dec. 8 results show — and whoever winds up inheriting Sawyer Fredericks’ crown has only four more performance episodes left to make their case to voters.
The CW announced its first midseason scheduling moves Monday, with the much-anticipated “DC’s “Legends of Tomorrow” slotted for Thursdays starting in January while long-running Thursday series “The Vampire Diaries” moves to Friday.
“Legends of Tomorrow,” based on the characters from DC Comics, will bow on Jan. 21 at 8. The series comes from Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television, with executive producers Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, Phil Klemmer, Chris Fedak and Sarah Schechter.
“Legends” will be followed on Thursdays by the third season of post-apocalyptic drama “The 100” at 9. It also bows on Jan. 21.
As a result of the Thursday changes, current series “The Vampire Diaries” and its spinoff “The Originals” will move to Fridays starting Jan. »
- Rick Kissell
The CW’s Thursday line-up is transitioning from bloodsuckers and werewolves to superheros and post-apocalyptic hotties.
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The Arrow/Flash offshoot DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will, as was rumored over the weekend, debut Thursday, Jan. 21 at 8/7c. (Watch a fresh teaser below.)
Leading out of the timey-wimey superhero series will be Season 3 of The 100, airing Thursdays at 9 pm.
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In turn, both The Vampire Diaries and The Originals are relocating to Fridays starting Jan. 29, as detailed here. »
For the first time since its premiere in 2009, The Vampire Diaries is getting a new time slot. The CW series has been a mainstay on Thursday nights, but with the network's just announced winter line-up, that's no more. The series, and its companion The Originals, will both take up residence on Friday nights beginning January 29. Replacing them on Thursdays will be the highly anticipated Arrow/The Flash spin-off DC's Legends of Tomorrow and season three of The 100, both male-oriented series that seem to signal an attempt by the network to battle the female-friendly powerhouse that is ABC's Tgit programming line-up. Both series take over Thursdays on January 21. E! News has also confirmed that »
The CW has announced its midseason schedule, setting a premiere date of Thursday, January 21 for its post-apocalyptic drama “The 100” and new series “Legends of Tomorrow.” As a result, the network’s current Thursday lineup of “The Vampire Diaries” and “The Originals” will move to Fridays and will continue with new episodes the following week, on Friday, Jan. 29. The move to Fridays comes after “Reign” wraps up its winter finale on Jan. 22. The rest of the season of the Adelaide Kane-led drama will return later, with a premiere date to be announced. Also Read: 19 Best and Worst Superheroes to »
- Linda Ge
The CW’s vampire population is on the move.
RelatedLegends of Tomorrow Gets Trailer and Premiere Date, Plus The 100 Returns
As for the two shows currently occupying The CW’s Friday schedule, America’s Next Top Model airs its final episode on Dec. 4, while Reign — currently in its third season — will air its winter finale on Friday, Jan. 22 (8 pm) and will return “later in the season, night and time to be announced.”
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"I've seen Men of Steel die and Dark Knights fall..." Desperate times, desperate measures, am I right? Just a few short moments ago, the CW announced that their highly anticipated Flash/Arrow spin-off series DC's Legends Of Tomorrow will premiere on January 21, 2016, which will establish a monopoly of DC-universe television shows airing from Monday to Thursday. As for the rest of your favorite CW shows, the new schedule becomes effective on January 21st, so The Flash & iZombie will return the following week on January 26, Arrow & Supernatural will return on January 27, and The Vampire Diaries & The Originals will move to Fridays and return with new episodes on January 29. Check out the first official trailer for DC's Legends Of Tomorrow below: When heroes alone are not enough… the world needs legends. Having seen the future, one he will desperately try to prevent from happening, time-traveling rogue Rip Hunter is tasked with »
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