The CW Sets Midseason Schedule & New Series Premiere Dates; 'The Tomorrow People' Moving to Monday

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December 12th, 2013

The Tomorrow People Pilot

via press release:




New Series STAR-CROSSED Premieres

Monday, February 17, at 8:00 PM


New Series THE 100 Premieres

Wednesday, March 19, at 9:00 PM


Second Cycle of WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY? Premieres

Friday, March 21 with New Episodes at

8:00 and 8:30 PM


December 12, 2013 (Burbank, CA) – The CW announced its midseason schedule today, including the premiere of two new dramas, STAR-CROSSED and THE 100, and the second cycle of the hit comedy/improv series WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY?


In February, the futuristic story of an alien/human romance begins with the premiere of STAR-CROSSED on Monday, February 17 (8:00-9:00pm ET), leading into another epic romance, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST.


In March, the human race returns to planet Earth in the post-apocalyptic adventure drama, THE 100, which will premiere on Wednesday, March 19 (9:00-10:00pm ET), following hit drama ARROW.   THE TOMORROW PEOPLE will transport to its new night and time on Mondays (9:00-10:00pm ET), beginning March 17, following STAR-CROSSED.  After the March 10th telecast, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST will go on hiatus and will return to the schedule with original episodes at a date to be announced.


            The hit comedy/improv series WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY? will be back with a second cycle on Friday, March 21 with new episodes (8:00-8:30 and 8:30-9:00pm ET).  Subsequent weeks will feature original episodes at 8:00pm and encore episodes at 8:30pm. Encore episodes from the first season of WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY? will air Fridays at 8:00pm and 8:30pm from February 14 through March 14.  Following a brief hiatus, HART OF DIXIE will return with a new night and time on Fridays (9:00-10:00pm ET), beginning March 21


Following is The CW’s revised midseason premiere schedule:


Monday, February 17 

8:00-9:00pm               “Star-Crossed” (Series Premiere)

9:00-10:00pm             “Beauty And The Beast”




Monday, March 17

8:00-9:00pm               “Star-Crossed”

9:00-10:00pm             “The Tomorrow People” (New Night)


Wednesday, March 19

8:00-9:00pm               “Arrow”

9:00-10:0pm               “The 100” (Series Premiere)


Friday, March 21

8:00-8:30pm               “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” (Cycle Two Premiere)

8:30-9:00pm               “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”

9:00-10:00pm             “Hart of Dixie” (New Night)


All Times ET

  • Jim

    Sayonara BATB.

  • Robsten_Fan

    Well Done! :D :D

  • breathesgelatin

    Maybe Sayonara Tomorrow People, too. I’m glad because this means Reign is probably more likely to make it. I have been watching both Tomorrow People and Reign, but I like Reign a lot more than TP.

  • Mumbo

    Well there’s the death knell for Beauty and the Beast.

    Glad Whose Line is back earlier than I thought!

  • Jeff (Canada)

    What does this say for The 100’s future? There’s only 11 possible Wednesdays they can show it on until the end of May.

  • Simon

    The 100 getting the Arrow lead-in! YES! Hopefully it fares better than The Tomorrow People did.

  • CrimTV

    Exactly what I predicted. The CW obviously had this schedule planned but were just waiting for TTP’s rating before deciding to move it to Monday.

  • LoopyZach

    No too bad for HoD!
    BATB is dead!

    Amells’ night IS OVER!

  • caster-percy-stydia

    Hart of Dixie :( whyyyy? I love this show so freaking much, but now I’m worried of,how it will do on Fridays

  • Shepherd

    man, was hoping T100 would premier sooner. I wonder how many episodes of Whose they have planned. Sorry BaTB fans, looks like they need some time to write a conclusion to the series.

  • Me

    Yeeees!!!!! I knew it! Goddamit! I said that TTP was moving to Mondays and those losers were going to Fridays! :D

  • nerv

    Looks like the CW has some faith on The 100. This is practical since TTP is wasting Arrow’s great lead in.

  • Valentin

    Hope it will do well but after encores? SERIOUSLY?!

  • Lex

    Wait so what happen to BATB?

  • Billiam

    According to this, HOD is moving to Fridays at 9 as of March 21…. any bets on where their ratings will be? Even though I’m a fan, I can’t see it retaining a 0.4. I’m thinking 0.3.

  • nerv

    Can we expect a summer burnoff for BATB?

  • CrimTV

    BATB will probably just return in late May, early June and air the remaining episodes, or the episode order was cut?

  • Benjamin

    For The 100.

    1) The CW has been insisting that they are moving towards year round programming. If they let The 100 bleed into Summer despite renewing it, they can cite this as evidence of that trend.

    2) If it is cancelled due to low ratings, there is no harm in letting it run into June.

    3) If it is a hit, the CW could stop it at the end of May sweeps and use the leftover episodes in the fall as the start of Season 2.

  • JJM

    This is probably the best thing they could do. If HoD can’t manage on Friday then only the fans are to blame. Three seasons is long long enough to carry a show.
    As for Star-Crossed, if it can’t help BatB increase it’s ratings then it needs to be canceled. TTP should also follow BatB if it’s going to continue pulling anything 0.5 and below.
    The only things worth renewing right now are SPN, Arrow, TVD, The Originals, and and possibly Reign and HoD depending on how it’s ratings go on Friday.

  • Shepherd


    That seems to be the case. Last spring/ early summer burn off. I’m sure they’re working on rewriting the final episodes as we speak.

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