The CW is saying goodbye to 'Jane the Virgin,' 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' and hello to Sundays with 'Charmed' reboot

Melonie Diaz Sarah Jeffery and Madeleine Mantock in The CW's"Charmed reboot

The CW is moving from five nights of original programming to six with the addition of Sunday nights this fall, featuring Supergirl and Charmed in what the network has dubbed a night of "empowered women".

And continued, where you'll notice that Riverdale has held on to its original Wednesday at 8/7c slot, where it'll be followed by the Greg Berlanti-produced series, All American.

The CW said "All American" "tells the story of a high school football star from South Los Angeles, who is thrown into a new world of challenges and opportunities when he's recruited by a coach (Taye Diggs) to play in Beverly Hills".

MONDAY: 8 p.m., "DC's Legends of Tomorrow;" 9 p.m., "Arrow".

TIME FOR CLOSURE: It has been announced that this will be the last season for CRAZY EX-GiRLFRIEND, iZOMBIE, & GOTHAM (on FOX). iZOMBIE will return in early 2019.

The midseason roster includes In the Dark-about a hard-living, hard-drinking, disaffected twentysomething with a penchant for cigarettes and casual sex who is also blind-and Roswell, New Mexico-about a girl who returns to her tourist-trap hometown to care for her ailing father and reconnects with her teenage crush, who is an alien keeping his unearthly abilities hidden.

RENEWED: "The 100", "Arrow", "Black Lightning", "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend", "Dynasty", "The Flash", "Jane the Virgin", "Legends of Tomorrow", "Masters of Illusion", "Penn & Teller: Fool Us", "Riverdale", "Supergirl", "Supernatural", "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" and the "iHeartRadio Music Festival".

SUNDAY (new night): 8 p.m., "Supergirl;" 9 p.m., "Charmed." .

Check out the CW's full fall lineup below. And the big news so far is that BATWOMAN will debut on the big CW CROSSOVER.

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