Plus: There's more Whose Line on the way, and why Star Crossed and The Tomorrow People were canceled.
Will someone please hire these talented but out-of-work performers now that their shows have been canceled?
The network also picked up four new series for next fall.
With "Son of Man," The Tomorrow People went full Matrix.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Community, The Mentalist, and more are on the chopping block.
Plus: Taraji P. Henson gets a new job, Mind Games is off to a tricky start, and meet the biggest Breaking Bad out there.
And great big cliffhanger sends The Tomorrow People off for another brief hiatus.
Plus: Sherlock scores big across-the-pond, Bruce Springsteen heads to The Good Wife, and Matt Smith's final Doctor Who goes out on top.
Plus: A possible tenth season for Bones, Demi Lovato's out at The X Factor, and Fred Armisen is headed back to Brooklyn.
Whose Line is it Anyway? and Hart of Dixie are also on the move.
The Tomorrow People closed out its first run of episodes with few surprises, but a generally entertaining hour.
Plus: ITV wants more Foyle's War, Elizabeth Hurley is joining The Tomorrow People, and Laurence Fishburne is returning to HBO.
This time, it's all fairy-tales and superpowered teens and ghosts and royal teens who live in a fairy-tale-esque world in the 16th century and have ghosts for friends.
It's already Christmas at The CW, and all of its freshman shows have received good news.
Plus: Fred Durst is teaming up with The CW, Connie Britton wants to return to American Horror Story, and Lady Gaga is hosting SNL again.
John got his own flashback story this week, and we learned that Jedikiah hates Brussels sprouts.
With four shows already down, we're only one cancellation away from naming a winner, so here's a quick rundown of where everything stands—which show do you think will be the fifth to fall?
THIS is how you do fun genre programming on a modest budget.
The Tomorrow People's second episode did what most second episodes do: It repeated the pilot. But it managed do so successfully enough that it actually improved on the series opener, and that's good news.
Plus: American Horror Story tops itself, Super Fun Night plummets, and Kate Wash heads to Fargo.