Watch Trailers for The CW's New Series Frequency and No Tomorrow (VIDEO)

Usually a new crop of The CW trailers involves spandex, sharpened fangs, or Katie Cassidy. But not here! The CW has released trailers and clips for two of its three new shows, Frequency and No Tomorrow, and there isn't a superhero, vampire, or Katie Cassidy in any of them! Sadly, The CW did not release any previews of its third new series joining the lineup in 2016-2017, the Archie comics-inspired Riverdale, but maybe this will help. Take a look at the other two, though, and let us know how many family members you'd sacrifice to watch the first episodes NOW.


No Tomorrow 

In the book of The CW stock characters under "female protagonist" you might find Tori Anderson's nervous, love-deficient, boy crazy, drop-dead gorgeous, perfect-skinned, scared-of-the-unknown-but-strong-when-she-has-to-be Evie. By-the-book Evie works at an Amazon-like shipping center, but when she runs into a bearded hunky man (Galavant's Joshua Sasse) who lives life to the fullest, she makes some new life choices and experiences a whole new world! Oh also, Sasse's character thinks the apocalypse is coming shortly. Roll the clip, Martha!


If trailer's aren't your thaaaang (screw you, Evie's wet blanket friend), here's a full-blown clip:


(Editor's note: AWWWWW!!!)


Frequency

The minute we left the movie cineplex in 2000 after watching the Dennis Quaid-Jim Caviezel supernatural crime drama Frequency, we were all, "PLEASE, OH PLEASE let someone make a television show out of it!" Sixteen years later, boo-yah! When a police detective discovers she can communicate with her dad—who died in 1996—things get a liiiiittle spooky. But together, they start working cases in the past and the present. There's just one problem! When they change things in the past, the future gets all screwed up. Oh and by the way kids, this is a ham radio. Here's the trailer:


And a clip!



Which of these shows will last two episodes before getting canceled? Hint: the answer rhymes with "trequency."


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Wow, I'm so watching this!!
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I mean Frequency, I don't care about the other one.
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Now let Noah Emmerich reprise his role in Frequency. We all know The Americans sucks, right?
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Frequency looks GREAT!
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Frequency sure... intriguing enough to give it a shot... but No Tomorrow sounds a bit corny... Not sure I could bear watching a whole episode let alone a season of that...
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I think frequency has got wavelength.... (yeah - just couldn't help myself... phase, amplitude... interference... football, running back... escape the clowns... Dean Winchester... God and Amara... sister and bro... bro to broken... sh*& just knocked my drink on the floor...)
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So, ok, the CW is branching out, trying to see what the next day (after current trends fade out) looks like. I'll buy. Vampires are kind of out, anyway? In a few years, who knows? Superheroes might be a thing of the past as well.

But these two look a little lame. The only thing going for them is that the protagonists are not supposed to be teens. That's a nice change (or not, depending on the target audience - is that changing for the CW?).

Anyway, as far as I know, the CW doesn't cancel too quickly. It'll give them a good run (i.e. a full season) and then make up its mind. I can't see either one going too far, but then again, what the hell do I know! Cheers.
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The CW audience is still younger-skewing, but it's also about 50 percent male and 50 percent female now, whereas it used to be more like 30 percent male and 70 percent female.
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Thank you for this. So, are these shows an attempt to get back the female audience or what? (again, I may be wrong, but I don't see them "working" for men).
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Frequency definatly, don't even need a trailer.

Only maybe change the lead to Katie Cassidy, and have her past dad be a vampire!!
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Frequency might be cool.
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During No Tomorrow, I kept expecting Joshua Sasse to sing.


...I miss Galavant.
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I would say both of them, if only because it's the CW and neither The Messengers nor Containtment had a shot there.

It's unlikely for an apocalyptic comedy or a time travel thriller to survive in the land where superheroes met vampires.
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The vampires are actually on their way out.
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No Tomorrow has no tomorrow in my world. Frequency......yaaaaaaaay!
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No Tomorrow sounds like something that deserves three strikes rule. Frequency not so much.
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I'll be checking out Frequency. Loved the movie, the show looks promising.
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First, I 100% agree, Tori Anderson is completely drop-dead gorgeous.

Second, Frequency looks awesome, I'll definitely check it out. Who knows, maybe this will be Peyton List's first success on the CW.
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No Tomorrow seems exactly like the type of romantic comedy movie we get at least a couple of every year. Right down to an over-the-top awkward female protagonist and a dashing guy entering her life. I'll be surprised if it extends itself beyond that premise, but I won't be finding out.

Frequency has a decent pedigree (I remember liking the movie), I just fear they have already put some of the best parts into the trailer. If this isn't encumbered by 20+ episodes and doesn't get mired in all the procedural generated stuff, then maybe it could amount to something worthwhile. Otherwise, I don't really see how it could sustain itself in the long run.
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FREQUENCY looks awesome!!! but I'm afraid that people may not understand its concept (find it difficult to understand) and they'll be forced to cancel it. I love shows like this, but let's be honest; we live in a world of KARDASHIANS and MILEY CYRUS (aka BASIC).
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Watch for Pedowitz to announce a super DUPER mega crossover where the police detective discovers she can also communicate with Clark Kent from the 50's TV show!
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I'll try both, one because of "Galavant", and the other because it's so ) ) ))spooky(( ( ( !!!
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Not interested in either show. CW shows I'll watch are SUPERGIRL, THE 100, & REIGN.
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I dunno, if they're careful with their writing, Frequency could have legs. It's got a lot of potential. And, this appears to be a much better role for the lead than Tomorrow People.

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Yay Frequency! Can't wait :)
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No Tomorrow surprisingly looks like it could be interesting -- though I hate comedies based on people letting others walk all over them. I'll give it a whirl.

BTW, did he say an astroid was going to hit the earth in 8 months BECAUSE OF GLOBAL WARMING???
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Oh MYYYY! Ham - tran - radio! I'm sooo into Frequency right now :) Can't wait! :)
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Finally Peyton List will be back in my tv! I can't wait for Frequency.
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I think they should've stopped with the movie.
I'll believe anything Joshua Sasse tell me
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Maybe they could get Jim Caviezel to show up on Frequency. I hear he's looking for work...
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Yeah soooo anyone else think that the guy has just made up "the apocalypse" as an elaborate way to hook up with woman? (sorry it wouldn't work with 'crazy redneck' accent) If he does turn out to be right then doesn't that put a very short life span on the show unless they end up in a bunker in Slough...

The CW does know that there are other actors out there they can hire don't they?!
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Even in 1996 there weren't too many people still using ham radios. The movie made a little more sense that way.
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I am all down for frequency! I loved the movie. I hope series get good writers to keep up.

No Tomorrow seems interesting but can't say how long this can last.
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I did really like the movie, this seems to be a pretty cut and dry remake of it with differences. I love time travel stuff so I hope it lasts a few seasons at least
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Frequency looks interesting. Has a potential...
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Frequency is a great movie. The trailer looks promising.
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