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".
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.