Reign is also on the move.
Cat and Vincent are finally almost back!
Plus: There's more Whose Line on the way, and why Star Crossed and The Tomorrow People were canceled.
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?
Like, scripted, half-hour comedies! Yes, on The CW!
Whose Line is it Anyway? and Hart of Dixie are also on the move.
The comedy series' debut was The CW's most watched unscripted series premiere in six years.
Plus: Keith Olbermann is back, Ryan Stiles is kinda relevant again, and Veronica Mars (sort of) brings back the dead.
Plus: Drop Dead Diva is reanimated, Anna Friel heads to Showtime, and One Day at a Time's Bonnie Franklin passes away.
Senor Tiger Blood stopped by Drew Carey's new improv comedy show last night, and proved that he's no comedy genius.