The network has more quality shows than it knows what to do with at this point.
The Flash kicks off scripted programming in early October.
Reign is also on the move.
Cat and Vincent are finally almost back!
Who will be America's next top magician? Find out next year on The CW!
Plus: Jessica Biel is headed to New Girl, Stephen Colbert isn't moving the Late Show, and Orphan Black is getting drawn up.
Grab your calendar, because we know when your favorite vampires, superheroes, Winchesters, and wrongfully impregnated teenagers will make their autumn debuts!
Plus: Halt and Catch Fire is a teraflop (maybe), CBS will catch you up on Under the Dome, and Damon Lindelof says The Leftovers won't end like Lost.
Where does The Flash fit into this very stable schedule?
Plus: Mel Brooks is visiting Conan, Joel McHale's getting political, and Jane Krakowski might be returning to TV.
Plus: A Hunger Games vet is joining Sleepy Hollow, Hunter Parrish is headed to The Good Wife, and NBC still wants Sean Hayes to save it.
Plus: Bobby Cannavale lands a rocking HBO gig, J.J. Abrams gets closer to The Twilight Zone, and SAMCRO has a new enemy.
Putting aside ratings for a moment, which network instantly gives you a good or bad feeling just from hearing its name?
Getting cast on a reality TV show used to be the death-knell for an actor's career. Now, not so much! Here are at least seven current TV actors who started off on reality shows.
Plus: The X Factor chooses new hosts, a new America's Next Top Model will feature men, and your Super Bowl halftime entertainer is...
Just like people sometimes keep dating jerks when they know they shouldn't, we sometimes can't stop ourselves from hate-watching shows that make us cringe and shout and roll our eyes.
Hart of Dixie and Supernatural will kick off the network's fall season after everyone else.