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List of programs broadcast by The CW

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of programs that are currently, have been, or are soon to be broadcast on The CW. Some programs were broadcast on UPN and The WB and were moved to the CW when the networks ceased broadcasting.[1]

Current programming

Drama

Title Genre Premiere Seasons Runtime Status
The Flash Superhero drama October 7, 2014 7 seasons, 151 episodes 41–45 min. Season 8 due to premiere on November 16, 2021[2][3]
Legends of Tomorrow Superhero comedy-drama January 21, 2016 7 seasons, 99 episodes 42–45 min. Season 7 ongoing
Riverdale Teen drama January 26, 2017 5 seasons, 95 episodes 42–46 min. Season 6 due to premiere on November 16, 2021[2][3]
Dynasty Soap opera October 11, 2017 4 seasons, 86 episodes 40–43 min. Renewed[2]
All American Sports drama 4 seasons, 52 episodes 42–49 min. Season 4 ongoing
Charmed Fantasy drama October 14, 2018 3 seasons, 59 episodes 40–43 min. Renewed[2]
Legacies October 25, 2018 4 seasons, 50 episodes 41–42 min. Season 4 ongoing
Roswell, New Mexico Science fiction drama January 15, 2019 3 seasons, 39 episodes 40–43 min. Renewed[2]
In the Dark Crime drama April 4, 2019 3 seasons, 39 episodes 42 min. Renewed[2]
Two Sentence Horror Stories Horror anthology August 8, 2019 2 seasons, 20 episodes 20 min. Renewed[4]
Batwoman Superhero drama October 6, 2019 3 seasons, 40 episodes 42–43 min. Season 3 ongoing
Nancy Drew Mystery drama October 9, 2019 3 seasons, 38 episodes 40–44 min. Season 3 ongoing
Stargirl Superhero drama May 18, 2020[a] 2 seasons, 26 episodes 42–53 min. Season 2 ongoing; Renewed[5]
Walker Western drama January 21, 2021 1 season, 18 episodes 43 min. Season 2 due to premiere on October 28, 2021[2][3]
Superman & Lois Superhero drama February 23, 2021 1 season, 15 episodes 42 min. Renewed[6]
Kung Fu Martial arts action-adventure drama April 7, 2021 1 season, 13 episodes 42 min. Renewed[5]
4400[7][8] Science fiction drama October 25, 2021[3] 1 season, 1 episode 42–49 min. Season 1 ongoing

Unscripted

Docuseries

Title Genre Premiere Seasons Runtime Status
Mysteries Decoded Docuseries January 10, 2019 3 seasons, 24 episodes 43 min. Pending

Reality

Title Genre Premiere Seasons Runtime Status
Penn & Teller: Fool Us Magic competition August 6, 2014 8 seasons, 108 episodes 45 min. Season 8 ongoing
Masters of Illusion Stage magic August 1, 2014[b] 7 seasons, 96 episodes 41 min. Renewed[9]
World's Funniest Animals Comedy clip show September 18, 2020 2 seasons, 20 episodes 20–21 min. Season 2 ongoing
Legends of the Hidden Temple Action-adventure game show October 10, 2021 1 season, 3 episodes 42 min. Season 1 ongoing
Killer Camp Reality competition 1 season, 2 episodes 60 min. Pulled from schedule[10]

Variety

Title Genre Premiere Seasons Runtime Status
Whose Line Is It Anyway? Improvisational comedy July 16, 2013[b] 10 seasons, 154 episodes 22 min. Season 10 ongoing

Continuations

Title Genre Prev. network Premiere Seasons Runtime Status
Supergirl (seasons 2–6) Superhero drama CBS October 10, 2016 5 seasons, 106 episodes 45 min. Final season ongoing

Acquired programming

Title Genre Original network Original region Premiere Seasons Runtime Status
Coroner Crime drama CBC Canada August 5, 2020 3 seasons, 26 episodes 42 min. Renewed
Dead Pixels Sitcom E4 United Kingdom August 18, 2020 2 seasons, 12 episodes 22 min. Pending
Devils Financial thriller Sky Atlantic Italy October 7, 2020 1 season, 10 episodes 42 min. Pending[c]
Wellington Paranormal[d] Mockumentary comedy horror TVNZ 2 New Zealand July 11, 2021 2 seasons, 12 episodes 21 min. Pending[e]; Holiday special due to premiere on November 27, 2021[15]

Children's programming

Upcoming programming

Drama

Title Genre Premiere Seasons Runtime Status
All American: Homecoming[16][17][18] Sports drama 2022 TBA TBA Series order
Naomi[19][20][18] Superhero drama TBA TBA
Tom Swift[21][22][23] Mystery drama TBA TBA

Unscripted

Reality

Title Genre Premiere Seasons Runtime Status
Would I Lie to You? (USA)[24] Panel game show TBA TBA TBA Series order

Acquired programming

Title Genre Original network Original region Premiere Seasons Runtime Status
Great Chocolate Showdown[25] Reality competition Food Network Canada 2021 TBA 60 min. Completed
Would I Lie to You? (UK)[24] Panel game show BBC One United Kingdom 2 seasons 30 min.
Bump[26] Comedy-drama Stan Australia TBA 1 season, 10 episodes 30 min. Pending[f]
Leonardo[26] Historical drama Rai 1 Italy 1 season, 8 episodes 52 min. Pending[g]
Professionals[29] Action adventure Viaplay Scandinavia 1 season 48 min. Pending

In development

Title Genre Status
American Fighter[30] Drama In development
The Archived[31] Supernatural drama
Babylon 5[32] Science fiction drama
The Disasters[33]
GG[34] Drama
The Girls on the Bus[35]
Good Christian Bitches[36][37] Comedy-drama
Hermanas[38] Drama
The Horses[39]
How to Get Run Over by a Truck[40]
I'm in Love with the Dancer from My Bat Mitzvah[41] Romantic mystery drama
Infamous[42] Action drama
Midnighters[43] Fantasy drama
Modern Austen[44] Anthology drama
Obsessed[45] Comedy
Pandora's Box & Ship[46] Mystery drama
Maverick[47][48] Drama
Powerpuff[49][20] Superhero drama Pilot in re-development
The Pretenders[50] Thriller drama In development
Revelations[51] Supernatural drama
Slay[52]
Untitled The 100 prequel[53] Adventure drama Backdoor pilot
Untitled Hannah Marks project[54] Comedy In development
The Winchesters[55] Supernatural drama
The Woman's Hour[56] Political anthology drama

Former programming

Dramas

Comedies

Reality/non-scripted programming

Acquired programming

Daytime

Children's programming

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Season 1 was simulcast on DC Universe, and the show now airs only on The CW beginning with season 2
  2. ^ a b The premiere date and seasons listed here refer solely to The CW reboot of these series.
  3. ^ The series has been renewed by Sky Atlantic but it is currently unclear as to whether future seasons will air on The CW[11]
  4. ^ Will also premiere on HBO Max
  5. ^ The series has been renewed by TVNZ 2 but it is currently unclear as to whether future seasons will air on The CW[12][13][14]
  6. ^ The series has been renewed by Stan but it is currently unclear as to whether future seasons will air on The CW[27]
  7. ^ The series has been renewed by Rai 1 but it is currently unclear as to whether future seasons will air on The CW[28]
  8. ^ Second-run; originally aired on Netflix
  9. ^ Second-run; originally aired on DC Universe
  10. ^ Second-run; originally aired on CBS All Access

References

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