announced their midseason schedule today and I am not OK with it. The biggest change is that Hart of Dixie is moving from Mondays at 8p to Fridays at 9p after Whose Line Is It Anyways? (Whose Line is back on the 14th of March) starting on March 21st. Sadly The Carrie Diaries was only given a 13 episode order, so it will be ending its second season run by then. Which is a shame because it is the most darling show on The CW’s air.
Hart of Dixie will be replaced by Star-Crossed, the intriguing alien/human Romeo and Juliet story on February 17th. Then on March 10th we say goodbye to Beauty and the Beast, and it looks like it will be a final goodbye for the ratings challenged show. The Tomorrow People moves to Mondays at 9p on March 17th for what I am assuming is a way to see if that show can survive without a brotherly lead-in.
Starting on March 19th, Arrow, will shoot over to The 100, a show where juvenile delinquents in the future are sent to Earth to see if it is inhabitable again. Do I think that is a good fit with The CW’s top show? I do not because they are so different. Personally, I think that The 100 and Star-Crossed should be paired together. But then again I still think that The Vampire Diaries and The Originals should be on the same night, as should Reign and Hart of Dixie.
While I am unhappy about Hart of Dixie’s move to Fridays, I am looking forward to Star-Crossed, which I thought was the network’s strongest pilot along with Reign. I wanted to like The Tomorrow People, but I just could never get into it. And if people don’t follow it to Mondays or online, it might not be back for a season 2.
What do you think of The CWâ€™s midseason lineup?