Ahead of the rollout of their new fall shows, The CW announced that it has ordered new seasons of its summer slate. “Whose Line Is It Anyway?,” “Penn & Teller: Fool Us,” and “Masters of Illusion” have all been picked up for new seasons. Hosted by comedian Aisha Tyler, “Whose Line”
Meanwhile, the fates of 'The 100,' 'iZombie,' 'Life Sentence' and 'Valor' have yet to be officially determined. The CW, fresh off news that it is expanding to a sixth night of originals for the 2018-19 broadcast season, has renewed nearly its entire lineup. Returning for additional seasons are: Arrow, Black Lightning,
The CW set a network record this pilot season with nine new projects in the works for the 2018-19 broadcast season and now the rationale for the extra orders is coming into focus. Beginning next season, Mark Pedowitz's younger-skewing broadcast network will expand originals to six nights a week when
The CW has ordered six more drama pilots, including those for the reboot of “Roswell” and a high school football drama that boasts Greg Berlanti among its executive producers. The untitled “Roswell” project would follow the daughter of undocumented immigrants who reluctantly returns to her tourist-trap hometown of Roswell, New Mexico.