Things are a-changin' on The CW's fall lineup, starting with the addition of Sunday nights to the schedule!

The sexiest network on broadcast TV has officially made its final decisions on which shows to keep, which to dump and which new pilots get to become series. Most fans are just excited to learn which night to block off on their calendars for their favorite show, but the hardcore fans know that schedule shifts can often be an indicator of the faith (or lack thereof) a network has in certain shows based on where it falls in the week. That being said, let's take a look at where your faves fall on the new CW lineup.

Kicking off The CW's new Sunday lineup will be Supergirl at 8/7c. This will be followed by the network's anticipated Charmed reboot. Arrow is also on the move, leaving Thursdays to take Kara's former place on Monday's at 9/8c. The Flash, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, and Black Lightning are staying put, as are Riverdale and Supernatural. However, Jane the Virgin is getting bumped to midseason for what will be its final season. Also wrapping up this season will be Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, which moves to Fridays at 9/8c, and iZombie, which will return midseason.

Other new shows on the fall schedule are high school football drama All American and Vampire Diaries spin-off Legacies.

Check Out Everything to Know about The CW's Fall TV Lineup

Check out the full fall schedule below!

MONDAY

8/7c: DC's Legends of Tomorrow

9/8c: Arrow

TUESDAY

8/7c: The Flash

9/8c: Black Lightning

WEDNESDAY

8/7c: Riverdale

9/8c: All American

THURSDAY

8/7c: Supernatural

9/8c: Legacies

FRIDAY

8/7c: Dynasty

9/8c: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

SUNDAY

8/7c: Supergirl

9/8c: Charmed

MIDSEASON

As usual, The CW has given shorter seasons orders to several shows, allowing the network to premiere quite a few of their series in the spring. You won't find Jane the Virgin or iZombie on the fall lineup, but they'll come back around for their final laps at midseason. Also coming at midseason are new dramas In the Dark and Roswell, New Mexico.

For more information, check out everything you need to know about NBC, Fox, ABC, CBS and The CW's fall lineups here.

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