The CW is expanding to a seven-night primetime schedule for the first time in its combined 27-year history, including predecessor years as The WB and UPN. Find out how it happened and what this means.
The CW announces the third season premiere date for "Roswell, New Mexico" starring "General Hospital" alum Nathan Dean Parsons and "One Life to Live" alum Trevor St. John. The series was already renewed for a fourth season.
Sasha Calle has been cast as the first Latina Supergirl in the DC universe, beginning with "The Flash" feature film. Find out what "Y&R's" executive producers have to say about her casting.
Victoria Rowell is calling out Sony Pictures and producers of "The Young and the Restless" over systemic racism in light of the #BlackLivesMatter movement and calls for a "blackout" by show's viewers.
Former "Y&R" actor Hartley Sawyer has been fired from "The Flash" following resurfaced tweets containing racist and misogynistic viewpoints and references.
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.
Compiling ratings data from production studio sources for the period beginning January 1 and ending October 31, <em>Vulture</em> recently <a href="http://www.vulture.com/2015/12/most-popular-us-tv-shows-around-the-world.html" target="_blank">reported</a> some of the most watched shows in 18 countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Poland, Hungary and Italy, and the publication found the likes of "NCIS," "Criminal Minds," "The Flash," "The Blacklist," "Grey's Anatomy" and the recently concluded "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" still at the top of the list for most watched shows in the world. Joining them are CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" and NBC's "Days of our Lives," two soaps aired in the daytime in America but in primetime elsewhere.
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.
On Wednesday, January 7, CBS aired the 2015 "People's Choice Awards," which saw The CW's "Jane the Virgin" and "The Flash," along with talent from the network's "The Vampire Diaries," "Supernatural," and "Beauty and the Beast," sweep much of the television categories.
The preliminary list of honorees for the 32nd Annual PaleyFest Los Angeles event were announced on Wednesday. ABC's "Scandal," CBS' "The Good Wife" and The CW's superhero pairing of "Arrow" and "The Flash" are among the first batch of shows scheduled to be honored and have panels.
It should come as no surprise that CBS has handed full season episode orders to all four of its new dramas, including the #1 and #2 new series of the season, "NCIS: New Orleans" and "Scorpion," Sunday's #1 scripted broadcast, "Madam Secretary," and the time period-winning suspense thriller "Stalker."
Earlier this week it was announced that "General Hospital's" <strong>Roger Howarth</strong> (Franco) had signed on for a recurring role on The CW's "The Flash," where he'll portray Mason Bridge, an award-winning reporter from the Central City Picture News. With fans wondering if Howarth's joining the series, based on the DC comic of the same name, would in any way affect his role on the daytime drama series "GH" executive producer <strong>Frank Valentini</strong> responded to inquiries by clearing things up for any worrisome viewers during a recent visit to New York City.
According to <a href="http://deadline.com/2014/10/roger-howarth-cast-the-flash-ryan-hurst-bates-motel-sons-of-anarchy-855864" target="_blank"><em>Deadline</em></a> and <a href="http://tvline.com/2014/10/20/the-flash-casts-roger-howarth-reporter-mason-bridge" target="_blank"><em>TV Line</em></a>, "General Hospital's" <strong>Roger Howarth</strong> (Franco) has joined the cast of The CW's "The Flash," the most watched new series in the network's history, in the recurring role of Mason Bridge, an award-winning reporter from the Central City Picture News.
You may remember John Wesley Shipp from his role on "One Life to Live" as the abusive father of the Ford brothers. Or you might know him from his memorable role as football coach Mitch on "Dawson's Creek." Before both of those roles though, John Wesley Shipp was THE FLASH! It's been known for a while now that the CW network intends on remaking the series, but today comes word that Shipp will be playing a mystery role in the series!