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:

THE CW NETWORK SETS MIDSEASON SCHEDULE AND

NEW SERIES PREMIERE DATES

 

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

 
  • anon

    Interesting schedule and one I can work with for the most part. Anyway, one question I have is, will Hart of Dixie still air on Mondays when it returns in mid-January, then move to Fridays in March? Or is it moving to Friday already in January? Or not returning at all until March? (Same for BATB?)

  • Dillan

    Hart of Dixie will be fine and will still get its 4th season.

    Bye, bye B&TB.

    If TTP can keep its 0.5/0.6 on a Monday, considering it wont have a lead in, it should be renewed.

  • chloe

    @crimtv I bet your happy right now the release the midseason schedule only two network to go. In the next episode of revenge does Emily get shot and the killer is revealed at the end of the episode or is the killer revealed at the end of season 3 finale. Can you please answer this cause people keep ignoring my question

  • Ronald

    Im Glad The 100 got the wednesday spot i think it`s good, that`s the show i wanna watch after i lost all hope in StarCrossed, lets hope The 100 does it rigth on it`s time, i think TVD and Reign are a good match and they kept it that way, hope rating go up tonight…
    BaTb being put on Hiatus after March 17 means that they will wait if Star Crossed or The 100 bumps to put the show back rigth¿?

  • James

    Thrilled that Reign was not moved to Monday or Friday.

    After last night’s .5 for TTP, moving it to Mondays was unevitable.

  • caster-percy-stydia

    @anon

    I think it will still air on mondays at the beginning, they have episodes scheduled on January 13, 20, and 27

  • Dochas

    This is interesting. I’m just glad they left Tuesday’s alone.

  • Charmed

    This could be a good sign for TCD, next season it could keep it’s Friday 8pm timeslot, with HOD following.

  • JJM

    @Anon: HoD is staying on Mondays until the spring break and then will move to Fridays to air it’s remaining 5 or so episodes.

  • Charmed

    I think if BATB was getting renewed, it would have moved to Friday along with HOD. Good sign for TCD.

  • gerry

    goodbye batb. fans got an extra year more than they should have, they should be happy it will have time to have a proper finale penned.

    and to all the really rude fans (you know who you are) that kept spewing delusional bs, well, :D

  • Paul

    The CW has new standards. 0.8 is their minimum it seems. Anything under seems to sweat. I don’t likw them wasting Whose Line Is It Anyway? on Fridays. I think they just ran out of room and it can be used to replace either The 100 or Star-Crossed if either fails.

  • CrimTV

    @chloe

    Yes I am very happy that finally a network has decided to announce their mid-season schedule but I have no idea about the Revenge question.

  • Paul

    There is an opening. With Fox and NBC flailing, ABC and CBS with some holes (CBS on Thursday, Mondays eroding) (ABC – every night as a tiny hole), The CW can really intrude.

  • Nick

    Now just waiting for NBC’s midseason. Wonder what’s taking them so long to arrange their shows.

    @CrimTV

    Wow you predicted exactly right!

  • Freyja

    Not a bad schedule shuffle :)

    Yay for Tuesday being left alone, though really there was no need to touch it, the two shows work really well together.

  • CrimTV

    In the Wednesday ratings thread I posted:

    I suggest CW move Hart of Dixie to Friday, cancel BATB, move TTP to Mondays and premiere Star Crossed there, then premiere The 100 on Wednesday 9.

    Just saying…. ;)

  • Nick

    @Jeff (Canada)

    Networks air their shows as they like. The official season’s end is May, but shows run over to June all the time. Revolution and Hannibal did last season (and both were renewed, so it’s not just burning off episodes of a failed show)

  • CrimTV

    @Nick

    I assume NBC want to promote their shows during the Winter Olympics, so they better hurry up! :)

  • Charmed

    Does this mean BATB is cancelled?

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