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CW 2017-18 Season Ratings (updated 7/21/18)

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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Dave Bautista, Others Defend James Gunn: ‘I Am Not Ok With What’s Happening’

Dave Bautista, Others Defend James Gunn: ‘I Am Not Ok With What’s Happening’
Guardians of the Galaxy” actor Dave Bautista came out strongly in defense of James Gunn Friday after Disney fired him from his role as director of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.”

“I will have more to say but for right now I will say this,” Bautista, who plays Drax in all three “Guardians” movies, wrote on Twitter. “James Gunn is one of the most loving, caring, good natured people I have ever met. He’s gentle and kind and cares deeply for people and animals. He’s made mistakes. We all have. I’m Not ok with what’s happening to him.”

I will have more to say but for right now all I will say is this..@JamesGunn is one of the most loving,caring,good natured people I have ever met. He’s gentle and kind and cares deeply for people and animals. He’s made mistakes.
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The CW's DC TV Trailer Teases Batwoman's Arrival!

Batwoman is entering The CW's DC TV universe later this year on the annual crossover between the Arrowverse series.

As such, the young-skewing network has released a sizzle reel that gives us our first glimpse at both Batwoman and Gotham City.

The trailer includes clips from Arrow, The Flash, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl and Black Lightning, and even throws in some comic book-inspired effects for great measure.

Batwoman's entrance into the universe was confirmed during The CW's annual upfronts presentation by Arrow's leading man, Stephen Amell.

But that's not all; there's also a TV series featuring the character in the works at The CW. Yes, that means the network could potentially have six superhero-themed series on the air in 2019.

The official logline for the potential series reads:

Armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind, Kate Kane soars onto the streets of Gotham as Batwoman,
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The CW’s DC Heroes and Villains trailer teases the arrival of Batwoman into the Arrowverse

Ahead of their panel at Sdcc later today, The CW has released a heroes and villains trailer for its DC shows Arrow, The Flash, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, and Black Lightning, as well as confirming that Batwoman will be making her first appearance in this year’s annual DC crossover in December; watch it here…

See Also: Batwoman character breakdown surfaces as The CW seeks lesbian actress for the role

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CW ‘Heroes and Villains’ Tease Welcomes Back All the Usual Vigilantes, (Almost) Introduces Batwoman (Video)

And they’re back, plus one.

On Friday, The CW released a trailer for all of it’s DC superhero-centric shows during San Diego Comic-Con 2018. Yes, a two-minute, 16-second teaser for the upcoming seasons of “Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Supergirl,” “Legends of Tomorrow” and “Black Lightning.”

The mashup even manages to fit in the upcoming “Batwoman” series, though we don’t actually get to see the titular character just yet. No, that big casting news is still to come before the character is introduced during the CW’s annual DC crossover event this December. But we do see Melissa Benoist’s Supergirl ask a stranger off camera at the very end, “I thought masks were only big in that other city. You gonna tell me who you are?” So, yeah, Batwoman is in the house.

Also Read: 'Batwoman' TV Series From Greg Berlanti in the Works at The CW

Earlier this week,
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Holy Caped Crusader, Batman! Batwoman Is Getting Her Own Series on The CW

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The CW's Arrowverse just keeps getting bigger. Originally announced as the special guest for the network's four-way DC series crossover event in the Fall, Batwoman is now the star of a series in development for The CW. The series is slated for a potential release in 2019 and helmed by the mastermind of DC's small-screen universe, Greg Berlanti. Batwoman would be joining the squad of popular DC series at The CW, which includes Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, and Black Lightning.

According to the show's official logline, Batwoman tells the story of Kate Kane, who, "armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind, soars onto the streets of Gotham as Batwoman, an out lesbian and highly trained street fighter primed to snuff out the failing city's criminal resurgence. But don't call her a hero yet. In a city desperate for a savior,
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TVLine Items: CW's Batwoman Teaser, Magnum Adds Mentalist Vet and More

Batwoman’s entry into the Arrowverse is nigh.

The CW on Friday released a new DC sizzle reel timed to Day 2 of San Diego Comic-Con. The video (embedded above) features footage from the most recent seasons of Arrow, Black Lightning, Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash and Supergirl. It then teases, “This December… from the shadows… a new hero will rise,” before the Batwoman logo appears on screen.

As previously reported, the yet-to-be cast Batwoman will make her debut during this fall’s annual crossover event, then is poised to get her own standalone series, as announced earlier this week.

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Rumorville: ‘Batwoman’ Might Be the CW’s Next Series, ‘Frozen 2’ Adds Cast + More News to Watch

Welcome to Rumorville! Here you can learn about casting news that’s about to break in Hollywood. These speculations might be only rumors, but that doesn’t mean you can’t follow the trail all the way to the audition room. “Batwoman” As if Greg Berlanti wasn’t doing enough already, we are now a little closer to a “Batwoman” series. According to Variety, the CW has put into development a series about the DC superhero that would debut in 2019 should it get picked up. Batwoman will be appearing in the annual “Arrow”-verse crossover event between “Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Legends of Tomorrow,” and “Supergirl” and then will have the opportunity to be considered for her own show. Lgbtq fans can also rejoice, as this would make Batwoman the first lesbian superhero. Caroline Dries will serve as the writer and executive producer, one of her many projects on the network,
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Review: "The Complete Sartana Collection" From Arrow Films

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By Tim Greaves

It was arguably the success of A Fistful of Dollars that really set the ball rolling on the slew of shameless spaghetti western rip-offs and cash-ins that proliferated throughout the 1960s, as film-makers jostled to get a taste of the sauce and chow down on a cut of the rewards from what quickly became a very profitable arena in which to be operating.

Sartana rode into town a little later than popular gunslingers such as Sabata, Django and Ringo, but he made enough of an impression to warrant a number of official sequels – and several unofficial ones too. Just five legitimate Sartana films were lensed, with Gianni Garko (billed as John Garko) headlining in four of them and George Hilton just one. Cucumber cool antihero Sartana was notably more dapper than most of his mud-spattered box office rivals, a real snappy dresser in fact; with his black cape lined in red silk,
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Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham Reunite Two Months After Split

Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham Reunite Two Months After Split
Are Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham getting back together? The couple, who called it quits after just six months of marriage in May, was just photographed at the airport together in Los Angeles on Wednesday, sparking rumors of a reconciliation. "Colton and Jeff got off a flight together at Lax. They were returning from Vancouver where they celebrated Colton's birthday over the weekend," a source tells E! News of the sighting. "Colton is filming Arrow and Jeff was visiting him. It definitely seemed like they had reunited at least for the weekend." The insider adds that Haynes and Leatham were walking together through the terminal, but seemed to want to avoid paparazzi attention when they spotted...
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Oliver Will See Some Familiar Faces In Prison In Arrow Season 7

Throughout the course of six seasons, Arrow has played host to some pretty crazy cliffhangers. And though we could debate for hours which among them were the best, you have to admit that what we witnessed back in May has to be near the top of the list.

Long story short, Oliver Queen publicly admitted that he’s the Green Arrow after turning himself over to authorities. Granted, Smallville‘s iteration of the character also revealed his secret identity, but the ramifications that followed didn’t have the high stakes of what we’ll soon witness.

With Ollie now in Supermax lockup, it’s impossible to ignore the elephant in the room, that being the certainty of him running into some truly bad dudes. In fact, new showrunner Beth Schwartz confirmed as much when speaking with TV Guide for their latest Comic-Con Special:

“‘Prison isn’t great for Oliver Queen.
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DC Universe Announces Live-Action ‘Stargirl’ Show from Greg Berlanti and Geoff Johns

What a busy day it's been for our buds over at DC TV. After the "Fuck Batman" heard round the world that I still have not stopped laughing at and possibly never will, the comic book giant announced a Stargirl series for its DC Universe subscription on-demand service. Greg Berlanti, uber-producer and architect of The CW's Arrow-verse, will executive produce through his Berlanti Productions banner alongside Geoff Johns, who will also write the series. The character of Courtney Whitmore, alias Stargirl, first appeared on the pages of Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. #…
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Martian Manhunter Will Be A More Proactive Hero In Supergirl Season 4

As various Arrowverse series continue fleshing out their casts, it’s only natural for some viewers to favor supporting characters over the titular heroes. By now, I’m sure some of you reading this adore Caitlin Snow over on The Flash, or – hold for effect – happen to be a devoted follower of Arrow‘s Felicity Smoak.

On that note, I must confess that my favorite member of the Supergirl crew is that of J’onn Jonzz Aka the Martian Manhunter. No joke, ever since the big reveal hit back in season 1, I’ve really taken to David Harewood’s iteration. Having been a fan of said superhero for years prior, I will say the guy has made me proud on countless occasions.

Still, it’s been hard to overlook how J’onn shows up in his Earthling guise more often than not, as his appearance more familiar to comic book readers relies heavily on CGI.
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The Batwoman Series is Looking For a Lesbian Actress Play The Lead

Earlier this week it was announced that DC was developing a Batwoman series for The CW. For those of you who are familiar with the comic, then you know that the main character, Kate Kane, is a highly trained lesbian street fighter.

I assumed that the creative team would want to cast a lesbian actress in the role, but in case there was any doubt, TV Line is reporting that producers are looking to cast a lesbian actress to play the first openly gay lead in a solo comic book series.

TVLine offered the following casting description: "Open ethnicity, to play age 25 to 29." Batwoman aka Kate Kane will first be introduced in this fall’s four-way crossover event between Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow. From there she will get her own series, and here's the description for it:

In the series, Kate Kane, armed with a passion
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Code Black Series Finale Recap: Who Got a Happy Ending Amid Crash Chaos?

Code Black Series Finale Recap: Who Got a Happy Ending Amid Crash Chaos?
Now that Code Black has been cancelled, there was nothing left to do but destroy the show’s sets during Wednesday’s series finale. And so the medical drama wrapped its three-season run by crashing a plane into the hospital’s surgical ward.

But before that incident even happens, plenty is going wrong. For starters, Ariel has run off with a bunch of troublemakers — one of whom is played by Madison McLaughlin, aka Evelyn Sharp from Arrow, so you know she’s bad news. When McLaughlin’s Joy overdoses, the other teens ditch the abandoned house they broke into, while
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Expect A More Heroic Black Siren In Arrow Season 7

In the midst of Team Arrow‘s civil war that unfolded over the course of season 6, one of the biggest motivators for tuning in was to see how the Black Siren situation played out. Having come over from Earth-2 a couple years back, Laurel Lance’s doppelganger eventually shed her villainous ways thanks to the tireless efforts of the now deceased Quentin Lance.

Naturally, this will be “a huge story point going forward,” which new showrunner Beth Schwartz confirmed to TV Guide in their latest Comic-Con Special. Not only that, but “she will try to live up to the Laurel Lance legacy to make him proud.”

Based on that, it’s probably more than safe to conclude that Black Siren will be a force for good in the coming year, so hopefully Oliver Queen opens up a spot for her on the team before long. Sure, she may have a
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Comic-Con 2018: With HBO Out, Who Is Going to Take TV’s Iron Throne?

When a network plays the San Diego Comic-Con version of the game of thrones, it’s not exactly a “you win or you die” situation, since everyone gets a huge welcome from their fans. But thanks to two extremely popular shows, one network often gets the lion’s share of Sdcc hype, and that network — HBO — is staying home this year.

Last month, the premium cabler announced its shows “Game of Thrones” and “Westworld” will not have panels or public activations at the convention this week, citing production schedules that conflict with the multi-day pop culture event. Their only appearance, as TheWrap exclusively reported, will be at the extremely invitation-only Entertainment Weekly party Saturday night, meaning the Comic-Con hoi polloi won’t see them at all.

But while it’s bad news for fans of the multiple Emmy-nominated shows, it’s good news for networks looking to seize the TV
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New Batwoman Character Details Surface, Debut Episode Revealed

Yesterday brought the awesome news that Batwoman would not only be appearing in this year’s Arrowverse crossover but that it would be the set-up for her own spinoff show to air on The CW. The announcement from TV Line revealed that the series would explore the origins of Kate Kane’s rise to become “Gotham’s symbol of hope.”

Reports say that WB Television are looking to cast a lesbian actress of open ethnicity aged 25 to 29. On top of that, That Hashtag Show has got hold of a thorough character breakdown for how the Arrowverse will portray Batwoman. As you can see below, the description explains that Kate will be a “bad-ass” suffering from “inner demons” who attempted to have a “successful military career.”

“Kate is fully aware of how bad-ass she is whenever she enters a room, even though she prefers to put a smile on your face.
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One Arrowverse Show Will Sit Out Of This Year’s Crossover

After Greg Berlanti and company began these Arrowverse crossovers a few years back with what were once two-show affairs, they soon blossomed into something greater than any of us could imagine. In the seasons to follow, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow joined forces with Arrow and The Flash to create prime time epics such as “Invasion!” and “Crisis on Earth-x.”

Well, as it turns out, this year’s monumental mashup will afford the cast and crew at least some relief, as only three shows will be participating in the event set to introduce Batwoman and Gotham City to the Arrowverse. Believe it or not, it’s Legends of Tomorrow that didn’t get invited to the party this time around.

Right now, no specific reason for the exclusion has been given, but it makes sense to this writer. If you think about it, whatever’s going on over in Gotham
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Batwoman TV Series in Development at The CW

The CW's DC TV universe looks set to expand once again.

The latest series will be centered around the character of Kate Kane aka Batwoman. What's more, there's even word that the series could be ready for a 2019 premiere if all goes to plan.

The official logline for the potential series reads:

Armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind, Kate Kane soars onto the streets of Gotham as Batwoman, an out lesbian and highly trained street fighter primed to snuff out the failing city’s criminal resurgence.

But don’t call her a hero yet. In a city desperate for a savior, Kate must overcome her own demons before embracing the call to be Gotham’s symbol of hope.

Related: Arrowverse 2018 Crossover: Confirmed!

Caroline Dries (The Vampire Diaries) is attached to write the project and will executive-produce alongside Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter,
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