To make a teen television vampire show analogy, the CW’s “The Originals” is to “The Vampire Diaries” as “Angel” was to “Buffy.” It’s a more sophisticated, adult spin-off of the hit vampire show with less guilt and angst and more partying and indulgence.
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The upcoming season of The CW’s “Arrow” is getting some flash, as in the popular DC comic book character, the network announced at Tuesday’s annual Television Critics Association press tour.
The CW has given a second season to its revival of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” The network also announced Monday that it had shifted a number of premiere dates for its Fall 2013 schedule, including the premiere dates for “The Originals” and “Reign.”
The CW will be launching its “Vampire Diaries” spinoff “The Originals” this fall on Tuesday, October 15th, and now word comes out of Comic-Con that the network will also be taking a look at a possible spinoff of its long-running “Supernatural” series, which is premiering its ninth season this fall.
On Tuesday night, a new version of “Whose Line” premieres on The CW, a network which did not even exist in 1998. However, almost everything else is the same. Most of the original cast, including Wayne Brady, Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie have returned. “It’s all the same,” said Stiles. The only major change is a new host, Aisha Tyler (“The Talk”).
“America’s Next Top Model” finalist Renee Alway was arrested recently in Palm Springs and racked up a slew of charges after a six-hour standoff with police, according to TMZ. Alway,… More
Sounds as dramatic as any prime-time CW soap. “Vampire Diaries” star Zach Roerig is locked in a court battle, new documents acquired by TMZ confirm: It turns out that the 28-year-old actor has a two-year-old daughter, and is now fighting for custody with her incarcerated mother, Alanna Turner.
If this weren’t a lawsuit involving “90210,” it certainly would have made a great script for the recently canceled CW drama.
The CW announced Monday its Fall 2013 premiere dates, revealing the network’s plans to roll out their fall fare in October, two weeks after the official broadcast premiere week.
TV viewers may still be smarting over this year’s crop of cancelled shows — was one of your favorites axed? — but you’ll have all summer long to cool off… More