Per the Hollywood Reporter, “Firefly” and “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” alumna Summer Glau will join the second season of The CW’s “Arrow” for a major recurring arc.
And, like last year, their season will not start until October. Check for yourself, after the jump!
But first, here’s a very “deserted” look at the full trailer for the coming second season of Aaron Sorkin’s “The Newsroom”, which bows Sunday, July 14 on HBO.
Head for the goods, after the jump!
If The CW’s latest venture into the supernatural is any indication, then we’re definitely not alone in the universe.
The network’s upcoming midseason entry “Star-Crossed” stars Aimée Teegarden (“Friday Night Lights”) and Matt Lanter (“90210″) in another take at a cross-species love story about a high school girl falling for a sexy alien hunk.
This time, you won’t have to wait until the next day.
Here’s a bunch of clips for the upcoming fall and midseason shows from The CW, after the jump!
On the final day of this year’s network TV up fronts, it’s time for The CW to unveil its fall schedule.
Of note is the fact that “The Carrie Diaries” is moving to Fridays, while “Supernatural” lands on Tuesdays, and “Hart of Dixie” getting the Monday 8 PM slot.
The upcoming fourth season of “Nikita” will definitely be the last, and will consist of six episodes.
Here is the list.
THE CW’s 2013-2014 PRIMETIME SCHEDULE
8:00-9:00 PM HART OF DIXIE (New Night)
9:00-10:00 PM BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (New Night)
8:00-9:00 PM THE ORIGINALS (New Series)
9:00-10:00 PM SUPERNATURAL (New Night)
8:00-9:00 PM ARROW
9:00-10:00 PM THE TOMORROW PEOPLE (New Series)
8:00-9:00 PM THE VAMPIRE DIARIES
9:00-10:00 PM REIGN (New Series)
8:00-9:00 PM THE CARRIE DIARIES (New Night)
9:00-10:00 PM AMERICA’S NEXT TOP MODEL
And after the jump, the descriptions of all the shows follow. But careful: Based on previous experience, the CW tends to put in some real spoilers in there for upcoming events. Read with caution.
And we’re off to good news again.
As expected by many, even though the ratings didn’t really reflect it, The CW has now officially renewed “Nikita” for a shortened fourth season. And if what I hear is correct, it’ll be a very short season – 6 episodes. But that is yet to be confirmed. 10 episodes is another number that comes up.
Also getting another season is “Sex & The City” spinoff “The Carrie Diaries”, which got renewed for 13 episodes, and is expected to launch in midseason again.
Four dramas have made the cut so far - “Tomorrow People”, starring Robbie Amell, Medeleine Mantock, Mark Pellegrino and Peyton List, which tells the story of several young people from around the world who represent the next stage in human evolution, possessing special powers, including the ability to teleport and communicate with each other telepathically. Together, they work to defeat the forces of evil. And “The 100”, starring Isaiah Washington and Henry Ian Cusick, which is set 97 years after a nuclear war has destroyed civilization. A spaceship housing the lone human survivors sends 100 juvenile delinquents back to Earth to investigate the possibility of re-colonizing the planet.
And more good news of today, this time for fans of two shows on The CW.
The network has granted its dramas “Hart of Dixie” and “Beauty & The Beast” another season.
Another struggling drama has just been pulled off life support.
The CW has officially canceled its low-performing medical drama “Emily Owens, M.D.” after the show failed to improve its poor ratings, several sources report.
Catherine and Vincent are here to stay – at least for now.
The CW has picked up its freshman drama “Beauty And The Beast” for a full season of 22 episodes, this after the show has constantly improved its ratings – and has gotten stronger with each episode, to be honest.
The CW brings Carrie Bradshaw back to TV very early next year.“The Carrie Diaries”, which takes a look at the “Sex and the City” center lady in her early-80s days, will premiere on Monday, January 14, at 8 PM ET. On the same night, “90210″ is moving to its new timeslot of 9 PM ET.
The CW is not ready to give up on “Nikita” yet.
The show, which has dropped to an abysmal 0.2 demo rating for its second episode on October 25, and slightly improved to a 0.4 with its latest outing, saw many avid fans fearing for a cancellation in the wake of the sharp ratings drop. And many, probably not without merit, blamed “Nikita”‘s new time-slot behind “America’s Next Top Model” for it.
And The CW is now doing something about it, and only one more episode will have to survive Friday at 9 PM.
On Friday, November 16, “Nikita” will take a break for the two-hour finale of the current “ANTM” cycle. But from November 23 and on, “Nikita” will get its old slot of 8 PM back, which will lead into a repeat of “Arrow”. Let’s hope it helps.
Hurricane Sandy is coming – and original series episodes are fleeing the scene.
CBS has announced today that there will be no original episodes of its Monday lineup. Comedies “How I Met Your Mother”, “Partners”, “2 Broke Girls” and “Mike & Molly” will air repeats instead, and the planned all-new episode of “Hawaii Five-O” at 10 PM has been pre-empted with a CBS News Special Report on Hurricane Sandy.
We had to wait quite the time to actually get some footage of The CW’s upcoming midseason series “The Carrie Diaries”.
But hey, the wait is over.
While not the good news that are a full-season pickup, like the one “Arrow” received a few hours ago, things are looking more promising for the two other CW shows that started this season.
According to Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva, The CW has ordered three more scripts each for its freshman dramas “Beauty & The Beast” and “Emily Owens, M.D.”
There’s nothing beating the Comic-Cons of this world when it comes to seeing things others haven’t yet.
At the New York Comic-Con, fans got to take a peek at the upcoming season of The CW’s “Arrow”. Take a look!