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When will Supernatural be back and what’s next for Jensen Ackles?
August 17th, 2020 under Supernatural, The CW. [ Comments: none ]

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, The CW’s fall lineup is going to look a lot different than it normally would. Gone are our favortie shows, and we will say hello to acquired shows from other sources like CBS All Access’ Tell Me a Story and DC Universe’s Swamp Thing.

However, there is one show we know, and it is coming to an end. Starting on October 8th, they will begin airing the final seven episodes of Supernatural. Does it really have to end?

I guess it does because today Jensen Ackles announced what he will be doing next. He is reuniting with original Supernatural EP Eric Kripke, and he is joining the cast of The Boys on Amazon Prime as Soldier Boy. His character is described as, “the original Superhero. After Soldier Boy fought in World War II, he became the first super celebrity, and a mainstay of American culture for decades.” Season two of the anti-Superhero show debuts on September 4th. You can watch the first season now.

To see The CW’s fall lineup, then click here!


How Batwoman will handle Ruby Rose’s departure
June 3rd, 2020 under DC Comics, The CW. [ Comments: none ]

The DC Universe was recently shocked when it was announced that Ruby Rose would not be returning as Batwoman. What is The CW going to do for season two?

According to Decider, they are recasting Batwoman, but not Katy Kane. Instead, they are looking for a woman in her mid-20’s to play Ryan Wilder. The character is described as, “She’s likable, messy, a little goofy and untamed. She’s also nothing like Kate Kane, the woman who wore the batsuit before her.”

How they get rid of Kane, that we will find out in 2021. What do you think of their solution?


The CW is taking the fall off
May 14th, 2020 under The CW. [ Comments: 2 ]

With the start of production nowhere in sight, the broadcast networks have to be creative with their fall lineups. On Monday, Fox revealed that they will be heavy on reality, animation, and held over shows in the fall.

Today, The CW announced that their original shows will skip the fall. Their only show that will air new episodes in that time period will be Supernatural, which did not finish its run because of COVID-19. According to Deadline, the network has five completed episodes on hold, and hope to shoot the final two before those episodes air. Then when Jared Padalecki is done with that show, he will move over to Walker that is expected to debut in early 2021.

When it comes to 2021, they will be adding Superman & Lois and Walker, a reboot of Walker Texas Ranger, to their lineup. Then in the midseason, Dynasty, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, In the Dark, Roswell, New Mexico, and Supergirl will be joined by Kung Fu and The Republic of Sarah.


8:00-9:00PM THE FLASH
9:00-10:00PM SUPERMAN & LOIS (New Series)

9:00-10:00PM NANCY DREW

8:00-9:00PM WALKER (New Series)
9:00-10:00PM LEGACIES

8:00-9:00PM PENN & TELLER: FOOL US (New Night)
9:00-9:30PM WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY? (New Night)
9:30-10:00PM WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY? (New Night)

8:00-9:00PM BATWOMAN
9:00-10:00PM CHARMED (New Night)

To read descriptions of the new shows and their fall lineup, then click here!


The CW adds another reboot and DC Universe show to its lineup
January 14th, 2020 under The CW. [ Comments: none ]

The CW is all reboots like Dynasty and Roswell: New Mexico, DC Universe shows like Supergirl and Flash, Archie Comics shows like Riverdale and spinoffs like Legacies and Katy Keene, and All American. Next season, they are adding two more shows that fit in their genre. A reboot of Walker, Texas Ranger with Jared Padalecki, and the DC Universe spinoff Superman & Lois with Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch. Whatever happened to doing something original? I guess it works for them, but still I miss when they did original shows like Supernatural and Crazy Ex Girlfriend.


The CW renews Dynasty and 12 other shows
January 7th, 2020 under Dynasty, The CW. [ Comments: none ]

The CW announced today that they picked up all of their scripted shows, that are not ending or have premiered yet, for another season. Those shows are All American, Batwoman, Black Lightning, Charmed, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, The Flash, In The Dark, Legacies, Nancy Drew, Riverdale, Roswell, New Mexico” and Supergirl. The only show not on that list is Katy Keene. Even though the Riverdale spinoff does not debut until February 6th, the network asked for another 13 episodes.

Thirteen seems to be lucky their number today because they renewed 13 shows for next season and gave 13 more episodes to KK. I have a feeling it will be back for another season.

What is missing? Supernatural for the first time since the network launched in 2006. As is The Flash and The 100. All three shows are ending this season. Therefore, they only have a few slots for new shows in the fall. Wonder if it will be a DC Universe show or another Archie’s Comics spinoff or maybe something original like Legacies. Oh wait, that was a spinoff from The Vampire Diaries. At least Dynasty is back, and that is all I care about!


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