It's time to readjust your DVR settings because The CW has unveiled its schedule for next fall.

After renewing its entire roster (except Containment — sorry, Containment) and adding Supergirl, Riverdale, Frequency and No Tomorrow to the mix, The CW has a jam-packed slate to fit into the calendar year. The network is going very superhero-heavy by setting The Flash, Arrow and Supergirl up in the fall. Meanwhile, the network's Monday comedy block has been broken up, with Crazy Ex-Girlfriend moving to Friday nights. Supergirl will be Jane the Virgin's new lead-in.

The fall schedule reveal means that Riverdale, The 100, iZombie, The Originals and Reign will get pushed to midseason and get shortened seasons. Check out the full fall lineup below.

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8/7c: Supergirl (new network)
9/8c: Jane the Virgin

which comes to The CW for its second season after previously airing on CBS, replaces Crazy Ex-Girlfriend on Mondays. This splits up the network's comedies, but it puts the terrifically likable Melissa Benoist and Gina Rodriguez together, so we're not complaining about that.

8/7c: The Flash
9/8c: No Tomorrow (new series)

Monday through Thursday each have a DC comics adaptation. The network's decision to space them out rather than bunch them up is an interesting one. The Flash is paired on Tuesdays with No Tomorrow, a new romantic comedy with an apocalyptic twist.

9/8c: Frequency (new series)

Frequency is a series adaptation of the well-regarded Dennis Quaid/Jim Caviezel movie about a homicide detective who discovers he can communicate with his dead father via ham radio. The detective's gender will be flipped for the show, with Peyton List taking over the Caviezel role. Riley Smith will play her father.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow
9/8c: Supernatural (new night)

Legends is no longer a limited series like it was in its first season, so it must have done well enough despite mediocre reviews that it warranted a fall launch. It's joined on Thursdays by Supernatural, which moves from Wednesdays.


8/7c: The Vampire Diaries
9/8c: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Moving Crazy Ex-Girlfriend to Friday is surprising, mainly for breaking up The Vampire Diaries/The Originals block, and also moving a critical favorite to the death slot (though not as strictly a death slot on The CW as it is on other networks).

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