Changes to talk about!
The CW is the last of the five major networks to release their fall schedule, and fans will definitely need to break out their calendars for this one, as the young network made some pretty big moves.
Supernatural has once again landed a new time slot, moving the Winchester brothers' adventures to Tuesdays, while Beauty and the Beast will now air on Mondays. Also packing their bags and moving to a new night? Hart of Dixie and The Carrie Diaries! Plus, Nikita will wrap up its final mission with a six-episode final-season run that has yet to be scheduled.
So when can you watch your returning favorite series? And when will the CW's highly anticipated new series, like The Vampire Diaries spin-off The Originals and Reign, air?
Ever so kind, The CW included a bit of scoop on some of their returning shows in their release; The Vampire Diaries' fifth season will see "some characters headed off to college, a newly cured vampire trying to survive as a human, and a shocking Salvatore secret." (You can get scoop on tonight's finale here.)
Over on Beauty and the Beast, season two will see "Cat (Kristin Kreuk) and Vincent (Jay Ryan) continue to grapple with the desire to be a normal couple while trying to keep a low profile in order to stay one step ahead of the mysterious organization known as Muirfield, now on the hunt for both of them."
Once again, the network has decided to roll out its new fall season starting in October.
(Note: bolded shows represent The CW's new series.)
8 p.m.: Hart of Dixie
9 p.m.: Beauty and the Beast
8 p.m.: The Originals
9 p.m.: Supernatural
8 p.m.: Arrow
9 p.m.: The Tomorrow People
8 p.m.: The Vampire Diaries
9 p.m.: Reign
8 p.m.: The Carrie Diaries
9 p.m.: America's Next Top Model
Midseason: The network's two other new series, The 100 and Star-Crossed, will debut at midseason.
Check back later for previews of The CW's new series and scoop from the network's president, Mark Pedowitz!