The CW announced its midseason schedule on Friday, and as usual there's a lot to unpack. A few shows are on the move to make room for new shows like the Riverdalespin-off Katy Keeneand Season 2 of Roswell, New Mexico. A few others, like The 100, are still missing from the calendar, meaning fans will have to wait until spring to see those fan-favorites again. Let's break it down.
First, Arrow is moving back an hour, to 8 p.m on Tuesday, Jan. 21, before wrapping up its final season on Tuesday, Jan. 28 with a two-hour event. DC's Legends of Tomorrow will take over Arrow's timeslot at 9/8c beginning Jan. 21 as well. Meanwhile, All American and Black Lightningwill air back-to-back season finales on Monday, March 9, and Supernatural will slide into the Mondays at 8/7c time period beginning March 16. The Winchesters will act as the lead-in to the second season of Roswell, New Mexico before saying their official goodbye on Monday, May 18.
New series Katy Keene, which follows four iconic Archie Comics characters, including Lucy Hale's Katy Keene and Ashleigh Murray's Josie McCoy, will then take over Supernatural's old spot, Thursdays at 8/7c, and lead into the back half of Legacies' second season. Riverdale and Nancy Drew will remain on Wednesdays for the time being.
The CW's midseason schedule can be found below.
TUESDAY, JAN. 21
8/7c: Arrow (Original Episode)
9/8c: DC'S Legends of Tomorrow (Season 5 Premiere)
TUESDAY, JAN. 28
8/7c: Arrow (Finale Special)
9/8c: Arrow (Series Finale)
THURSDAY, FEB. 6
8/7c: Katy Keene (Series Premiere)
9/8c: Legacies (Original Episode)
MONDAY, MARCH 9
8/7c: All American (Season 2 Finale)
9/8c: Black Lightning (Season 3 Finale)
MONDAY, MARCH 16
8/7c: Supernatural (New Time Period)
9/8c: Roswell, New Mexico (Season 2 Premiere)
MONDAY, MAY 18
8/7c: Supernatural (Series Finale)
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