The CW has three new series on its expanded, six-night schedule in the fall — but is only offering up teasers for two of them at the moment.
Below you can watch trailers for “All American,” a drama about a high school football player, and a remake of “Charmed,” which will be part of The CW’s new Sunday lineup. The other fall series, “Legacies,” a “Vampire Diaries”/”Originals” spinoff, is being kept under wraps — the network didn’t even show it to the audience at its upfront presentation to advertisers.
Teasers for midseason shows “In the Dark” and “Roswell, New Mexico” will be available at a later date.
A high school football star (Daniel Ezra) from Compton, Calif., is recruited by the coach of Beverly High (Taye Diggs) and moves in with his family; his new teammates, including the coach’s son (Michael Evans Behling), aren’t sure they want him there. Based on the life of NFL player Spencer Paysinger and created by April Blair (“Reign,” “The Shannara Chronicles”).
The WB’s 1998-2006 series gets a reimagining from “Jane the Virgin” writers Jessica O’Toole and Amy Rardin; “Jane” showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman is also an executive producer. The show is still about three sisters (Melonie Diaz, Sarah Jeffery and Madeleine Mantock) who discover they’re witches and whose powers are stronger when they work together.