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.
“The 100” is getting a sixth season on The CW after performing on par with its fourth season average.
In addition to the American Red Cross, there are a number of other organizations that have pledged their time and resources to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey. In their pledge to help, The CW has teamed up with the Texas Flood and Hurricane Relief to raise donations for victims of Hurricane Harvey. For every donation, 100% of every dollar raised will go to those affected.
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.
From soap star to DC Comics character. Jeff Branson (ex-Ronan Malloy, “The Young and the Restless”) has landed the recurring role of Master Jailer on CBS prime time series Supergirl.
Although not your traditional 22 episode full season, CBS has ordered seven additional installments of “Supergirl,” giving the freshman a full season consisting of 20 episodes.
Whoa, baby! “The Young and the Restless’” Genoa City is getting a brand new OB/GYN: “Supergirl” film star Helen Slater, who’ll be playing the role of Dr. Chiverton for at least five episodes.