The CW Picks Up ‘The Tomorrow People’, 'Reign', 'Oxygen' & ‘The 100' (Updated)

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May 9th, 2013

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The CW has picked up sci-fi dramas The Tomorrow People & The 100

UPDATE: Reign and Oxygen have also been picked up

The Selection has been officially passed on.

 
  • Anna Bones Clarkwood

    @Tom Shaw,

    None of these schedulers seem to be putting ANTM on the schedule, maybe it becomes a spring season show to fill a 13ep 1 & done order?

    Also, I still believe that Nikita will get renewed. If Selection gets picked up, I’d be more inclined to believe it will not be a full season. Meaning Nikita got a syndication deal but the order wasn’t for a full 88(9).

    To schedulers:
    I don’t think moving SPN & Arrow apart with only 1 season of Arrow’s is a good idea, s3, yeah that’s fine since that would be the possible final season (10) of SPN aa the 5 year story arc.

  • Timmy G

    What is it with Pedowitz renaming shows giving them awful titles? I get “Oxygen” is related to much to the tv network but “Star-Crossed” is ummm….corny?

  • a p garcia

    I wonder how long it will take for the CW to overtake NBC!

  • Paddiii

    Mondays
    8:00 – Oxygen*
    9:00 – The 100*

    Tuesdays
    8:00 – Hart of Dixie
    9:00 – Reign**

    Wednesdays
    8:00 – Supernatural
    9:00 – Arrow

    Thursdays
    8:00 – The Vampire Diaries
    9:00 – The Originals

    Fridays
    8:00 – Beauty and the Beast
    9:00 – Nikita**

    * Either Oxygen or The 100 or The Tomorrow People, 2 of them on Mondays one of them in the Mid-season.
    ** I could see ANTM air in one of these time slots and one of these shows could start in the midseason aswell

  • Paddiii

    Ooops I didn’t mean to switch Arrow and SPN

  • j

    Yay Reign is the one I was looking forward to.

    I see they’re straying away from forgettable contemporary dramas.

  • Eren

    And “The Selection”???? And “Blink”????

  • Bumblebee

    Blink is dead, but I think The Selection might be given a chance since this is the 2nd time they’ve done it and the books are popular.

  • david

    I am looking forward to The Tomorrow People, The One Hundred and Oxygen. I am surprised they did not pick up the Selection as well.

  • buttondiet

    Julie Plec must be swimming in $$$

  • Kate

    The Selection is officially dead according to Deadline

  • benji

    does this mean ‘The Selection’ is officially dead ?

  • Dennis

    well goodbye to “drama tv shows” so sick of this “sci-fi” tv shows…

  • Charmed

    Julie Plec is the Shonda Rimes of The CW.

  • Charmed

    @Dennis Couldn’t agree more… Most of them are practically clones of each other!

  • Dillan

    The Selection is dead according to Deadline.

  • Spence

    I FREAKING called it!
    I knew these were going to be the pilots getting picked up. Now only Nikita has to be renewed and I’m a happy camper!

  • Charmed

    Seriously? They pass the one good pilot that I’ve been waiting two years to see! After getting my hopes up for the last two years they could at least show the pilot!

  • Recollected

    ” After two development cycles and two pilots, the CW is throwing in the towel on bringing Keira Cass’s book The Selection to the small screen. By all accounts, the second pilot, which was shot in Budapest, was an improvement over last year’s effort. But in the end, I hear the finished product, while beautifully shot, was not compelling enough to get on the schedule. ”

    ~ Nellie Andreeva via Deadline Hollywood

  • brent

    NIKITA HAS BEEN RENEWED (not a fan, but just thought people should no)

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