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CW 2017-18 Season Ratings (updated 8/17/18)

Last year, The CW aired three new scripted TV shows and cancelled two of them. How many will be cancelled or renewed during the 2017-18 season? Stay tuned.

There's lots of data that network execs look 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.

CW shows (so far): The 100, Arrow, Black Lightning, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, The Flash, iZombie, Jane the Virgin, Life Sentence, Masters of Illusion, The Originals, The Outpost, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Riverdale, Supergirl, Supernatural, Valor and Whose Line Is It Anyway?.

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The Wayward Sisters Will Return In Supernatural Season 14

As wildly popular and successful as Supernatural has proven to be, the seemingly immortal horror series has yet to produce a spinoff that’s made it beyond the backdoor pilot stage. So far, both “Bloodlines” and “Wayward Sisters” failed to gain enough traction with the fanbase as to allow for an offshoot, even if I assumed the latter was pretty much a lock.

Speaking of “Wayward Sisters,” those of you who tuned in for the eponymous episode earlier this year may remember how it left a certain plot thread dangling, that being the one involving Kaia’s evil doppelganger coming over from the universe dubbed “the Bad Place.” Had the show gotten picked up, we’d imagine she would’ve served as the big bad for the first season, but today’s news hints that she could return to wrap up her story arc on Supernatural itself.

While chatting with Entertainment Weekly,
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The 10 Returning Series We Are Most Excited For — Ranked

The 10 Returning Series We Are Most Excited For — Ranked
As fall approaches, there’s a lot to look forward to, from pumpkin-spice lattes to the occasional days that we don’t show up for work looking like we’ve just finished a triathlon. But for us TV junkies, the most exciting thing about the change of seasons is the imminent returns of some of our favorite series.

This year, we’re particularly jazzed about the comebacks of 10 shows, House of Cards, Supernatural and The Good Place among them. And in the gallery to the right, we not only reveal why their new seasons have us so giddy with anticipation,
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Yes, ‘Wayward Sisters’ Spinoff Is Dead – But the Girls Will Return to ‘Supernatural’ This Season

Just because The CW didn’t pickup the “Wayward Sisters” spinoff doesn’t mean they’re gone for good.

Jody and the rest of the girl gang who appeared in Season 13, Episode 10, which served as the backdoor pilot for the potential spinoff, will be returning to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, in the upcoming season of the longstanding drama.

“All of the characters are going to make their return one way or the other,” showrunner Andrew Dabb said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.

Also Read: Why 'Wayward Sisters' Spinoff Died: 'Supernatural' 'May Be Jared and Jensen,' CW Boss Says

“We found a way to fold [them] organically into the plot line, and some of the hanging chads from the pilot last year ended up dovetailing nicely with some of the stuff Michael’s looking to do, and some of the stuff that’s going on in our world just generally,
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There's a Reason Insecure's New Heartthrob Nathan Looks So Familiar

There's a Reason Insecure's New Heartthrob Nathan Looks So Familiar
Insecure fans let out an audible gasp when "Nathan with the face!" entered Issa and Molly's "party Lyft" during the season three premiere. Maybe it's his striking eyes or his zero-bullsh*t attitude with Issa's other passenger, but Nathan's character immediately stole our hearts. *Pauses TV, squints eyes, leans in.* Yeah, we've definitely seen him before, and we could recognize that smile a mile away.

Actor Kendrick Sampson, aka "Lyft Bae," proves to be a total sweetheart on the HBO premiere, but he's actually been winning us over on the small screen since his role as Woodchuck on Greek in 2008. Sampson also starred as Jesse on The Vampire Diaries, Dean Iverson on Fox's Gracepoint, Caleb Hapstall on How to Get Away With Murder, Robbie (with a sexy British accent) on White Famous, Nate on Relationship Status, and, of course, Dominic on The Flash. He's also had smaller roles on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,
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Stephen Amell Says He Didn’t Expect Arrow To Run For So Long

Back in 2012, Arrow was leading the way for a new wave of superhero TV shows. Nowadays, comic book television rules the airwaves as much as cape ‘n’ cowl stories do on the big screen. And impressively, Arrow has managed to last all this time. The series has grown and developed in many unexpected ways over the years but it’s still telling the tale of the Emerald Archer who’s trying to save his city one arrow at a time.

At the center of the show is Stephen Amell, who was asked what he thought of Arrow‘s surprising longevity while promoting the upcoming seventh season at San Diego Comic-Con. The star said he’s humbled that it’s giving other CW successes like Smallville and Supernatural a run for their money and says the whole cast feels “fortunate” to be on such a hit series.

“No. I mean, I
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There's a Reason Insecure's New Heartthrob Nathan Looks So Familiar

Insecure fans let out an audible gasp when "Nathan with the face!" entered Issa and Molly's "party Lyft" during the season three premiere. Maybe it's his striking eyes or his zero-bullsh*t attitude with Issa's other passenger, but Nathan's character immediately stole our hearts. *Pauses TV, squints eyes, leans in.* Yeah, we've definitely seen him before, and we could recognize that smile a mile away.

Actor Kendrick Sampson, aka "Lyft Bae," proves to be a total sweetheart on the HBO premiere, but he's actually been winning us over on the small screen since his role as Woodchuck on Greek in 2008. Sampson also starred as Jesse on The Vampire Diaries, Dean Iverson on Fox's Gracepoint, Caleb Hapstall on How to Get Away With Murder, Robbie (with a sexy British accent) on White Famous, Nate on Relationship Status, and, of course, Dominic on The Flash. He's also had smaller roles on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,
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The CW all but giving up on future Supernatural spinoff plans

The CW all but giving up on future Supernatural spinoff plans
Having opted against a series pickup for Wayward Sisters, The CW chief Mark Pedowitz has revealed at the Television Critics Association that while the door isn’t closed completely, future spinoffs from the long-running Supernatural series are highly unlikely.

“If the executive producers want to do one, we’re open to listening to one,” he admitted. “We were very happy with the women who were in the Wayward Sisters spin-off. We have a certain number of slots this year. It just did not get there. Supernatural may be Jensen and Jared – and there may not be a franchise beyond that.”

Wayward Sisters was the second failed Supernatural spinoff after 2014’s Supernatural: Bloodlines. However, in some good news for fans of the series, Pedowitz did go on to state that The CW is happy to keep the main show running for as long as stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki are happy to continue.
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25 Behind-The-Scenes Photos From Supernatural That Change Everything

It’s pretty crazy that Supernatural is entering its 14th season, considering that creator Eric Kripke was unsure the series would survive to even see a sophomore outing. Kripke’s story about two brothers continuing their family business of “saving people” and “hunting things” unfolded over the course of five years. At that point, feeling that he had given the Winchesters the beginning, middle and end that they deserved, Kripke stepped down as showrunner.

While the show certainly suffered some growing pains in the wake of Kripke’s departure, writers have continued to find new ways to surprise the audience. The Winchesters have both been resurrected more than once. They have spent quality time with God and fought Lucifer himself. Sam and Dean have traveled to alternate dimensions, visited Heaven and Hell, and even appeared in cartoon form.

Supernatural has definitely had its share of ups and downs over the years,
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Supernatural: Michael's Possession of Dean Winchester Is a Game Changer

Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) Winchester have faced what some might say is way more than their fair share of monsters and demons over the course of Supernatural's 13 seasons. But when the CW series returns this October, they'll be up against their toughest foe yet: Michael.

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2018 Teen Choice Awards predictions: Expect good news for superheroes, Jedi, Archie, Ed Sheeran and more

2018 Teen Choice Awards predictions: Expect good news for superheroes, Jedi, Archie, Ed Sheeran and more
The 20th Annual Teen Choice Awards will be handed out on Sunday night, August 12, during a live ceremony hosted by Nick Cannon and online star Lele Pons from the Forum in Los Angeles, California. But who will win top honors when the awards are handed out. There are close to 100 categories being doled out at this year’s event, and hundreds of Gold Derby users have been predicting a dozen top races. Scroll down for our complete predictions ranked in order of their racetrack odds, with the projected winners highlighted in gold.

We’re anticipating a good night for superheroes. Marvel blockbusters are expected to win big in the film categories, with “Black Panther” tipped to win Choice Sci-Fi Movie and “Avengers: Infinity War” in the catbird seat for Choice Action Movie. But the Teen Choice heroics won’t just be on the big screen. We think the DC Comics
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Doom Patrol casts Joivan Wade as Cyborg, Mr. Nobody rumoured to be the villain

Cyborg will be coming to the DC Universe’s Doom Patrol as British actor Joivan Wade (The First Purge) has been cast as the cybernetic hero. The series spins out of the upcoming Titans series and will introduce the Doom Patrol before their own series premieres.

Wade’s Vic Stone is the charming and sarcastic half-human, half-machine superhero known as Cyborg. Vic may be connected to every computer on the world, but he struggles to maintain the connections that make him human. Desperate to gain acceptance from the outside world, Vic harnesses the curse of his cybernetic body and uses his powers as the ultimate hero for the digital age. Ray Fisher recently portrayed Cyborg on the big screen for Justice League.

In addition to Wade’s casting, The Hashtag Show has reported the possible villain for Doom Patrol will be Mr. Nobody, a villain who has the power to
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13 TCA Takeaways: ‘Ahs’ Deets, Why Kenya Barris Bailed on ABC, and Just What Is Going on at CBS?

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13 TCA Takeaways: ‘Ahs’ Deets, Why Kenya Barris Bailed on ABC, and Just What Is Going on at CBS?
Finally, mercifully, the 2018 Television Critics Association (TCA) Summer Press Tour has come to a close. We ate a lot over the past 15 days, sure, but we learned even more.

Below are 13 of our top takeaways from the never-ending TV media event occupying the Beverly Hilton ballroom. Thanks for all of the coffee, but now we need some sleep.

Ironclad Details on the Iron Throne

Casey Bloys shed a little more light on the upcoming final season of “Game of Thrones” and its first approved prequel. We already knew that the eighth installment of the fantasy series is coming sometime next year, but Bloys closed the window a little bit by telling reporters that it will arrive sometime in the first half of 2019. It seems like that time frame will be a busy one for Westeros: Bloys also told TheWrap that HBO hopes to start production on the prequel series in
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4 Things We Learned at TCA: Day 13

  • Variety
The CW and Showtime took the stage Monday as the 2018 TCA summer press tour enters its home stretch.

The CW dashed any current hopes fans of “Supernatural” had of a potential spinoff, while Showtime announced the official end of “Homeland.”

Here are 4 things we learned from Monday’s session.

1.Don’t count on another show in the “Supernatural” universe. The CW has tried and failed multiple times to launch a new “Supernatural” show. After passing this spring on “Wayward Sisters,” the network has no immediate plans to try again. “‘Supernatural’ may be Jared and Jensen, and there may not be a franchise beyond that,” CW president Mark Pedowitz said — though added that if producers came to him with a spinoff pitch, he would consider it.

2. “Dynasty” is adding real-life telenovela star Ana Brenda Contreras to its second season as “the real Cristal” in a spot of soap opera recasting. She replaces Season 1 star Nathalie Kelley,
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Showtime Programming Boss Says Some ‘Who Is America?’ Bits That Celebs Are Bracing for Won’t Air

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Showtime Programming Boss Says Some ‘Who Is America?’ Bits That Celebs Are Bracing for Won’t Air
Stop telling everyone you were duped by Sacha Baron Cohen’s “Who Is America?” show, celebrities and politicians. Your episode might not even air, Showtime programming president Gary Levine (indirectly) said on Monday.

Levine made the remark in a reporter scrum following Showtime’s broader executive session at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour. Here’s how that smaller-scale Q&A went:

Reporter: “When does the Sarah Palin episode air?”

Gary Levine: “All I can say about that is there are several people who have thrown themselves in front of buses that may not be heading their way.”

Reporter: “So some of those bits he shot with famous people might even not end up in the show?”

Levine: “Sacha is incredibly hard-working and selective in the final product and he’s always refining it and he has a very high bar. So we will see what we will see.
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Supernatural Could Still Get A Spinoff, Even If Wayward Sisters Didn’t Pan Out

As wildly popular and successful as Supernatural has proven to be, the seemingly immortal horror series yet to produce as spinoff that’s made it beyond the backdoor pilot stage. So far, both “Bloodlines” and “Wayward Sisters” failed to gain enough traction with the fanbase as to allow for an offshoot, even if I assumed the latter was pretty much a lock.

So, even with two strikes against those making up the hunting community not bearing the names Sam or Dean Winchester, there’s still a chance someone could hit a home run at some point. In fact, CW president Mark Pedowitz said that “if the executive producers want to do one, we’re open to listening to one,” when asked by Deadline if a spinoff was still in the cards at the Television Critics Association summer press tour.

Right now, the explanation we’ve been given for Jody Mills
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Riverdale Boss Nixes Sabrina Crossovers, Teases Another 'Very Different' Spinoff in the Works

A spinoff of The CW’s Riverdale is in the very early stages, and it does not involve a witchy teen.

At the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Monday, network president Mark Pedowitz said that Riverdale showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (who is also the Cco at Archie Comics) “has something in mind” for an offshoot of the moody mystery series.

With a 0.49 demo average during Season 2, Riverdale was The CW’s No. 5-rated program (trailing The Flash, Black Lightning, Supernatural and Supergirl).

Aguirre-Sacasa himself later told reporters of the new spinoff idea, “We’re really excited, but we’re
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The CW’s Boss On Ever-Expanding DC Universe, Possible ‘Riverdale’ Spinoffs & Odds For Going Up To 7 Nights – TCA

  • Deadline
The CW has five the DC series on the air, and a high-profile Batwoman pilot set for this coming season. How big can the DC footprint on the network get?

“We have five on the air but we also added a sixth night (of network programming),” the CW president Mark Pedowitz said during the network’s TCA executive session.”Shows do eventually end but we have no plans to end any of them right now. We’ll see where we come out as the season goes on.”

This past season, the CW also had plans to expand the worlds of Riverdale and Supernatural with potential new series. Neither of the spinoffs got on the network for various reasons.

The Sabrina the Teenage Witch offshoot of Riverdale, which had been in development at the CW, received an offer the producers, Greg Berlanti, showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Warner Bros. TV, could not
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Supernatural: Will There Ever Be A Spinoff?

Supernatural is one of The CW's most popular series.

It is entering its fourteenth season later this year, and not very many shows reach that milestone in today's climate.

It makes sense then that the network has tried to launch two spinoffs of the series with the aim of expanding the brand.

“I am concerned… it may be [stars] Jared [Padalecki] and Jensen [Ackles]. And there may not be a franchise beyond that,” CW boss, Mark Pedowitz confirmed at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Monday.

Related: The CW Boss: Here's Why We Passed on Wayward Sisters!

While that may not be the news fans who wanted a spinoff wanted, there's at least a glimmer of hope.

"If there’s a great idea that [the producers] want to go forward with, we’re open to listening. It is a great franchise,” Pedowitz added.

The most recent stab at a spinoff was Wayward Sisters,
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CW Chief Talks Sunday-Night Expansion, ‘Supernatural’ Future

  • Variety
The CW will add a Sunday-night primetime programming block this fall — expanding to six nights a week for the first time in 10 years. Speaking to reporters Monday at the Television Critics Association, CW president Mark Pedowitz spoke about the impact of the linear expansion, which will add two hours a week to primetime.

“We found a terrific reception” from advertisers for the expansion, Pedowitz said. “Between that and the affiliates, they were thrilled. They were thrilled that we had grown. They were thrilled that we were making a positive statement about broadcast. The advertisers went out and really supported us.”

He added that advertising now represents more than 50% of the CW’s overall revenue, and that the addition of Sunday-night inventory increased upfront ad revenue 15-20% from last year.

Pedowitz was asked whether the CW had ever considered launching an ad-free subscription service as other linear networks such as CBS and FX have.
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