Solid ratings are keeping one of network television’s few futuristic sci-fi series afloat.
There’s no set date on when Gypsy will arrive, but you certainly can expect her in the spring.
Sure, new television shows are living a lot longer than they used to. But is that because of a policy change, or simply semantics?
We might be looking at the beginning of the end for two shows on The CW after the network failed to extend their first season orders.
It’s a vote of confidence for the DC Comics television series that struggled with fans in its first season.
Arrow had a terrible premiere night on The CW on Wednesday, with overnight ratings showing a 29 percent drop in viewers compared to last year.
Time travel has joined remakes as part of the central themes running new television shows this year. And The CW’s latest outing, Frequency, has both.
From monster births to Roanoke’s lost colony. The CW is getting freaky.
Yet another film-to-TV adaptation.