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CW 2018-19 Season Ratings (updated 12/13/18)

Last season, The CW launched four new scripted TV shows during the regular season and cancelled two of them. This time around, the network will be programming six nights a week, instead of five. How many shows will be cancelled or renewed during the 2018-19 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): All American, Arrow, Black Lightning, Charmed, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, The Flash, Legacies, Riverdale, Supergirl, and Supernatural.

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‘Aquaman’ Star Jason Momoa Says Henry Cavill Isn’t Done Playing Superman: ‘Absolutely Not’ (Video)

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‘Aquaman’ Star Jason Momoa Says Henry Cavill Isn’t Done Playing Superman: ‘Absolutely Not’ (Video)
Aquaman” star Jason Momoa says fellow “Justice League” member Henry Cavill is “absolutely not” done playing Superman.

The actor spoke to Et Live at the Los Angeles premiere of James Wan’s “Aquaman” on Wednesday night.

“I just talked to Henry… He’s absolutely not [leaving the character],” he said. “He loves the character, he’s not. 100 percent.”

Also Read: Henry Cavill Trolls Instagram With Weird (and Hilarious) Superman-Themed Video

In September, TheWrap reported that Cavill would not be reprising his role as Superman in any upcoming DC films as Warner Bros. is shifting its focus to a standalone “Supergirl” movie.

An insider told TheWrap that the studio wasn’t rushing to make another installment in the “Man of Steel” franchise. In 2019, Warner Bros. has “Shazam!” and “Wonder Woman 2” being released, while 2020 will see “Birds of Prey” and “The Flash” — so the studio has a full slate for now with no room for another “Superman” film.
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Black Lightning Season 2 Episode 9 Review – ‘The Book of Rebellion: Chapter Two: Gift of the Magi’

Red Stewart reviews the ninth episode of Black Lightning season 2…

Running away from home isn’t all that it’s made out to be. Movies like The Outsiders, American Beauty, and even The Lion King have often portrayed this path as leading to a partially happy outcome, but the truth is, even with money, there are a lot of problems that one can theoretically run into. What do you do for housing? What do you do for medical attention? What do you do when you run out of money? What do you do about law enforcement looking for you? Do you honestly stop caring about the effect this will have on your family?

Black Lightning’s mid-season finale didn’t quite address all these questions, but the fact that it brought up most of them is an attestation to the writers taking this plotline seriously. It would have been very
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Arrow Season 7 Episode 9 Review: “Elseworlds”

Warning: The following review will be a spoiler-filled discussion of not just Monday night’s episode of Arrow but all three parts of the “Elseworlds” crossover. “Elseworlds” is the fifth Arrowverse crossover, an annual tradition that first began during the third season of Arrow and the first season of The Flash in 2014 with the two heroes coming together for an epic two-parter titled “Flash vs. Arrow” and “The Brave and the Bold.” Every year, the writers fill these crossovers with more characters, special effects, and comic-book easter eggs, and that’s certainly the case with “Elseworlds,” especially when our heroes visit Clark and Lois on their

Arrow Season 7 Episode 9 Review: “Elseworlds”
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Superhero Bits: ‘Black Panther’ Is Most Googled Movie of 2018, ‘Spider-Verse’ Box Office Projections & More

Superhero Bits: ‘Black Panther’ Is Most Googled Movie of 2018, ‘Spider-Verse’ Box Office Projections & More
Want to see what’s in store for Arrow, Supergirl and The Flash when all the shows return in January? What is Aquaman‘s Rotten Tomatoes score? How much might Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse make this weekend? What is one fan trying to accomplish with the address Want to hear a track from Spider-Man: Into the […]

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"The Flash: The Flash & The Furious"

From VancouverFilm.Net, take a look at "The Flash" Season 5 episode "The Flash & The Furious", airing January 22, 2019 on The CW:

"...'Barry Allen', the crime scene investigator with superhuman speed, who fights criminals who have also gained superhuman abilities...

" with the consequences of his future daughter's time traveling..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Flash: The Flash & The Furious"...
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Elseworlds Might’ve Set Up Green Arrow’s Death In Crisis On Infinite Earths

The final third of the “Elseworlds” crossover gave us a lot to chew on. For starters, the big reveal is that next year’s Arrowverse event will be an adaptation of Crisis on Infinite Earths, the most iconic DC comics crossover there is. “Elseworlds” did a great job paving the way for Crisis, too, and one of the most notable ways it did so was Green Arrow’s mysterious deal with the Monitor.

In order to stop Dr. John Deegan – who had transformed himself into a copy of Superman – from warping reality with The Book of Destiny, the Flash and Supergirl came up with a plan to freeze time by pulling a Christopher Reeve and spinning around the world in opposite directions. However, when Superman had previously used the Book, he’d foreseen that this plan would result in the duo’s deaths. Green Arrow convinces Kal-El to have faith
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Midseason TV 2019: Complete List of Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows (Updating)

Winter is almost here and that means the holidays are right around the corner — and so is midseason TV.

While fall brought with it the returns of your favorite broadcast shows — and the debuts of many new ones — the colder months mark the time when many of those programs go into hibernation and fresh programming wakes up.

The Big 4 and The CW are beginning to air midseason finales and gearing up to launch several new shows in the new year, which makes this as good a time as any for TheWrap to round up the list of premiere dates for the coming months.

Also Read: ABC Sets Midseason Premiere Dates, Eva Longoria's 'Grand Hotel' Held Until Summer

We’ve got launch dates for NBC’s (formerly Fox’s) “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and “The Titan Games.” On Fox, there is the return of Seth MacFarlane’s “The Orville” and
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Arrowverse Fans Going Crazy Over Crisis On Infinite Earths Announcement

As if everything that happened wasn’t enough to thrill DC fans, this week’s “Elseworlds” crossover ended on an epic announcement: fall 2019 will see the Arrowverse adapting the seminal comic book event Crisis on Infinite Earths!

“Elseworlds” itself did a great job of laying the groundwork for “Crisis,” introducing The Monitor, Psycho-Pirate and other key players in the saga. There were even several references to the fact that a bigger crisis is coming. However, we weren’t expecting that title card to appear at the end and tell us the name of 2019’s crossover, something that we’ve never learned so early before.

Now, the stage is set for the TV crossover to top all TV crossovers next year and understandably, fans are losing their minds over the shock reveal.

Crisis On Infinite Earths Next Year!?!? #Supergirl #Elseworlds

— Angel Alvarez (@BoiYouFugazi) December 12, 2018

I Dead Ass
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The Flash Midseason Premiere Promo Teases Thawne’s Manipulation Of Nora

Had you tuned in for the “Elseworlds” crossover, you probably noticed an absence of trailers promoting each individual DC show’s midseason premieres. Most likely, this was in an effort not to distract from the event’s fluid storytelling, but now we’re starting to get our hands on new footage.

Today, we’re going to discuss The Flash‘s comeback episode, or “The Flash & The Furious,” as it’s been titled. Whether or not it’ll be followed by “2 Flash 2 Furious” remains to be seen, but I think you’re getting my Tokyo Drift, regardless.

If you haven’t watched the promo found at the top of this article, then I suggest you do so immediately. Upon viewing it for myself, I was very much thrilled to see the shocking cliffhanger from episode 5×08 being picked up on. Long story short, we’re going to learn more about Eobard Thawne
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What the Reveal of Next Year’s Arrowverse Crossover Title Could Mean for DC TV

This year's Arrowverse crossover, "Elseworlds," needed to accomplish several things. It had to introduce Batwoman for her own show coming next year, it had to meaningfully (and playfully) integrate the worlds of The Flash, Arrow, and Supergirl, it had to pack in as many references to DC's past as it could, and evidently, it had to set up 2019's crossover, titled "Crisis on Infinite Earths." This is the first time that an Arrowverse crossover as looked this far into …
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The New Arrowverse Crossover Event, Crisis On Infinite Earths, Teased in Promo Spot

The latest Arrowverse crossover event “Elseworlds” came to a close last night, and it was quite a fun adventure! I thought the creative team did a great job with it.

The crossover came to an end with a tease of what is to come next, and like a lot of DC fans expected, the next big Arrowverse crossover will be an adaptation of the popular comic book event series Crisis on Infinite Earths.

Here’s the promo that teases what is to come:

In the “Elseworlds” crossover, there was a character named The Monitor (Lamonica Garrett), who warns Arrow (Stephen Amell), The Flash (Grant Gustin) and Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) about an impending crisis.

For those of you not familiar with the Crisis on Infinite Earths story arc, it was a 12-issue series written by Marv Wolfman that ran from April 1985 to March 1986. This is the official description of the story:

Trapped in a timeless limbo,
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Ratings: Arrowverse Crossover Hits Audience High With Tuesday Finale

Ratings: Arrowverse Crossover Hits Audience High With Tuesday Finale
The Arrowverse’s “Elseworlds” finale on Tuesday night drew 2.17 million total viewers and a 0.8 rating (per finals), marking the largest audience for the three-night crossover event while up a tenth in the demo versus Arrow‘s Part 2.

Part 3, which was technically a Supergirl episode, was up in audience and in the demo versus The Flash‘s week-ago airing in the time slot. Versus “Crisis on Earth-x” Part 3 (not a finale), it was down 22 and 20 percent. TVLine readers gave the finale, like Parts 1 and 2, an average grade of “A-.”

Leading out of “Elseworlds,” Black Lightning‘s fall finale (1.13 mil/0.4; read recap
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The CW’s ‘Elseworlds’ is an Epic Superhero Crossover Done Right

The CW’s ‘Elseworlds’ is an Epic Superhero Crossover Done Right
At the end of this week’s Elseworlds, the three-part event unfolding across The Flash, Arrow and Supergirl, The CW’s crossover continuity teased a major event straight out of DC comics. It’s been hinted at ever since The Flash debuted in 2014 and now it’s official: the 1985-86 landmark Crisis on Infinite Earths will finally […]

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17 Tragic Deaths of Parents and Parental Figures

Sometimes it seems we spend our lives searching for someone to see us and love us for all our faults foibles. Parents, be they birth parent or adoptive, will love us this way. They will see in us a beauty we will not understand until we ourselves are parents. And no matter what we do or what we are or are not, they will love us.

Until they are gone, and then we begin to question if anything will ever be right again. And if we are TV Fanatics, we turn to television and other forms of fiction for the answers.

Related: Get HBO via Prime Video Channels for Addictive Dramas, Hilarious Comedies & Hit Movies!

Losses are often necessary for the shows we watch, and by knowing that, we can maybe know that the losses we suffer have a purpose as well, even if we may never understand it. 

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Promo for The Flash Season 5 Episode 10 – ‘The Flash & the Furious’

With The Flash now on a break until January 15th, The CW has released a promo for the tenth episode of season 5, entitled ‘The Flash & the Furious’; watch it here…

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The Flash season 5 airs on Tuesdays on The CW.

Photo Credits: The CW

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Crisis on Infinite Earths is coming to the Arrowverse with 2019’s DC crossover

At the conclusion of last night’s finale of Elseworlds, we saw Ruby Rose’s Batwoman contacting Oliver Queen to warn him that Dr. John Deegan has made a new friend in Arkham Asylum in Roger Hayden, a.k.a. Psycho-Pirate, before cutting to a title card which reveals that next year’s DC crossover will be titled ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’.

That name will of course be instantly familiar to fans of DC Comics, given that its the title of a seminal twelve-issue maxiseries published between 1985 and 1986. It saw the Anti-Monitor setting out to destroy the various Earths in the DC Multiverse, and is notable for the deaths of several major DC characters, including Barry Allen.

Whether any of this will play out in the Arrowverse incarnation, well, we’ve got the best part of a year to wait and see. In the meantime, here’s the stinger setting up the crossover…
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Crisis on Infinite Earths Confirmed as 2019 Arrowverse Crossover

The next Arrowverse crossover is already confirmed.

At the close of Supergirl Season 4 Episode 9 aka Elseworlds, Part Three, Batwoman (Ruby Rose) contacted Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and wasted no time in telling her new frenemy that there was something off about Dr. John Deegan.

Simply put, he's got a new friend in Roger Hayden aka Psycho-Pirate from the world of DC Comics.

“Everything is as it should be, the stage is set…,” Hayden, said while wearing the iconic Psycho-Pirate’s golden mask said to Arkham Asylum's newest inmate. “The universe will never be the same.”

Related: Supergirl Season 4 Episode 9 Review: Elseworlds, Part Three

That's when we got our first look at the title card for 2019's big event, and it's pretty darn awesome.

Have a look for yourself.

Yes, that title is "Crisis on Infinite Earths."

While plot details are scarce, that was the title used for a DC graphic
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Watch Supergirl Online: Season 4 Episode 9

Was it really the end of the line for John Deegan

On Supergirl Season 4 Episode 9, Supergirl, The Flash, and Arrow returned to Star City, and realized they would need to go to another Earth if they wanted to take down the villain once and for all. 

Watch Supergirl Season 4 Episode 9 Online

Meanwhile, Felicity questioned whether she should have noticed that there was something off with Oliver, and someone had the best answer. 

Also, Barry and Oliver questioned whether each should keep their new abilities, or give them back. 

Use the video above to watch Supergirl online right here via TV Fanatic. 

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Supergirl Season 4 Episode 9 Review: Elseworlds, Part Three

I come to you bearing the third installment of the Elseworld's three-night crossover. 

The third part, Supergirl Season 4 Episode 9, was the darkest installment in Elseworld's, but for a reason -- it was the one where Deegan's "bigger" plan came to fruition.  

The previous episodes, mainly The Flash Season 5 Episode 9, set the scene for what was to come while focusing more on the lighter tone from the overly debated Freaky Friday/Quantum Leap body swap between Oliver and Barry.

As my co-reviewer put it, it was pure amusement.

Arrow's installment felt a little more disjointed as the episode tried to accomplish too much by introducing not only the famed Gotham City but also the city's backstory and its major player, Kate Kane aka Batwoman.

However, Supergirl's final part was the time to make it or break it. Everything was at stake as Deegan, now the dark Superman, altered reality once again,
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