What can we say? The CW people are our people, and the network couldn't have picked two stars we'd more rather see again than Sarah Michelle Gellar and Rachel Bilson, both of whom will be headlining new shows for the See-Dub this fall.
And these two actresses feel right at home: Sarah Michelle Gellar, who stars in the dark Hitchcockian drama The Ringer (which was originally developed at CBS) took the stage at the network's upfront to say she was excited to be on a network that she actually watched, quipping, "Maybe now I can finally get some Gossip Girl spoilers." And Bilson told us, "[My producer Josh Schwartz] is family. Literally. He's married to my best friend. He had to put me back on TV." Yay! Now, what else did we learn about the CW's new lineup today at Time Warner Center, including what show will never again have a "normal" season?
The network also confirmed that next year's 13-episode run of One Tree Hill would be the long-running soap's final season; the series will return in January 2012 for that final run.
Tyra Banks told us that the all-star season of Top Model will have the same lineup of judges (even though they've seen these girls before), but they will add guest judges like Nicki Minaj into the mix, and the girls will be challenged to present themselves as multihyphenate celebs and not just models. Tyra also said there would never again be a "normal" season of ANTM. It's stunts from here on out, kids!
Kaylee Defer of Gossip Girl told us she would "love" if the series went a few more seasons. She also told us that she was the only one besides the producers who knew the truth about Charlie and she had to keep it close to the vest for six straight months.
Monday, 8 p.m.: Gossip Girl
Monday, 9 p.m.: Hart of Dixie
Tuesday, 8 p.m.: 90210
Tuesday, 9 p.m.: Ringer
Wednesday, 8 p.m.: H8R
Wednesday, 9 p.m.: America's Next Top Model
Thursday, 8 p.m.: The Vampire Di\aries
Thursday, 9 p.m.: The Secret Circle
Friday, 8 p.m.: Nikita
Friday, 9 p.m.: Supernatural
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