By Valerye Griffin
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The CW officially announced its new robust fall lineup of returning CW shows along with a few newcomers.
Supergirl, the DC comic based show about Superman’s cousin, will be moving from CBS to The CW airing on Monday nights at 8pm ET/PT. Supergirl, starring Melissa Benoist (“Kara Zor-El”/”Kara Denvers”) and Mehcad Brooks (“James Olsen”), will be the lead in for Jane The Virgin which will premiere its third season this fall.
Another new series coming this fall is No Tomorrow, a romantic comedy with Tori Anderson (“Evie Callahan”) and Jesse Rath (“Timothy). No Tomorrow starts at 9pm ET/PT on Tuesdays only to follow The Flash which continues in its regular timeslot at 8pm ET/PT.
Arrow remains on the schedule for Wednesdays at 8pm ET/PT followed by Frequency, a new series based on the 2000 film of the same name. Frequency will feature Peyton List (“Det. Raimy Sullivan”) and Riley Smith (“Frank Sullivan”) as a father-daughter duo who both eerily communicate through a broken ham radio despite Frank’s 1996 death.
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Legends of Tomorrow and Supernatural both return for their second and twelfth seasons respectively. Legends will be the kickoff for Thursdays at 8pm ET/PT which will follow up with Supernatural at 9pm ET/PT.
Vampire Diaries and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend will close the week on Friday nights starting with Diaries at 8pm ET/PT followed by Crazy Ex-Girlfriend at 9pm ET/PT. See the full schedule below:
8 pm Supergirl
9 pm Jane the Virgin
8 pm The Flash
9 pm No Tomorrow (new)
8 pm Arrow
9 pm Frequency(new)
8 pm Legends of Tomorrow
9 pm Supernatural (new timeslot)
8 pm The Vampire Diaries
9 pm Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Get ready to prepare your DVRs this fall! As always, catch your favorite CW shows by downloading The CW App.