The WB hopes to make some waves on Thursday's this fall

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"There is a great opportunity on Thursday nights, and it is best taken advantage of with our signature hits," said The WB Entertainment president David Janollari.

The WB unveiled its bold new schedule in New York, during "upfronts." The network will add three new dramas and one new comedy in the fall, with several more planned for midseason.

New shows include a sure-fire hit comedy called Twins, starring Melanie Griffith as a frazzled mother trying to operate a lingerie business. Also up: the new thriller Supernatural, about two brothers who fight evil in small towns across America.

With these kinds of shows, The Frog network is destined to keep viewers "ribbeted" to their sets.

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