Disney+ picks up the exclusive streaming rights to "Clouds," directed and produced by "B&B" and "Jane the Virgin" alum Justin Baldoni.
The CW is returning 14 shows for the 2019-2020 season with plans to order additional series when it unveils its schedule during the upfronts.
Amanda Seyfried has been cast as Daphne Blake in the Warner Bros. Animation film, "Scoob," starring alongside heartthrob Zac Efron
In an announcement Friday, "Supernatural" stars Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki and Misha Collins announce the series will conclude after 15 seasons during the 2019-20 TV season.
"The 100" is getting a sixth season on The CW after performing on par with its fourth season average.
After portraying Jane's latest love interest on "Jane the Virgin" during the spring portion of season three of the CW drama series, actor Francisco San Martin (ex-Dario Hernandez, "Days of our Lives") is returning to daytime television courtesy of CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful.
Disney Channel has renewed "Stuck in the Middle" for a third season, the network announced last week. The series, which features "General Hospital's" Nicolas Bechtel in a bustling household of nine, is set to resume with all new episodes from season two beginning Friday, September 15 (8:30 p.m. EDT).
After declining to renew its agreement with Hulu in 2016, wherein viewers were provided with next-day access to current episodes of its series, The CW announced today that it will once again offer its programming to the streaming service, at least for subscribers to the Hulu with Live TV (beta) plan. The deal marks a victory for Hulu which now has all five English-speaking U.S. broadcast networks available through its live service.
The CW's "Jane the Virgin" will be short three episodes when the fourth season premieres on Friday, October 13.
If you've missed seeing Spencer Cassadine on ABC's "General Hospital," don't fret as portrayer <strong>Nicolas Bechtel</strong> can be seen in the new Disney Channel Original Series, "Stuck in the Middle," which debuts on <strong>Sunday, February 14</strong> at 8:45 PM, EST, immediately following the network's premiere of "Frozen." The series will officially join the channel's lineup beginning <strong>Friday, March 11</strong> at 9:00 PM, EST.
Along with lighter fare and high-concept comedies, the broadcast networks are looking to correct course in development for the 2016-17 television buying season with more of a focus on soaps, <a href="http://deadline.com/2015/08/network-development-trends-soaps-comedies-one-hour-shows-remakes-1201500218/" target="_blank">reports</a> <em>Deadline</em>.
The CW announced today during its portion of the Television Critics Association Press Tour in Pasadena that it has given an early renewal to "Arrow," "Jane the Virgin," "Reign," "Supernatural," "The 100," "The Flash," "The Originals" and "The Vampire Diaries," all of which appeared on the network's fall 2014 schedule, for the 2015-2016 television season.