09 January, 2017
DC heroes aren't the only popular shows coming back next year, but they do make up a large portion of the network's primetime schedule throughout the week.
The CW is getting a very early start on next year with the early renewal of seven of its fall TV shows for the 2017-2018 season.
Speaking of the final season of The Vampire Diaries, is there any news of former series star Nina Dobrev returning for the series finale?
How an obscure National Basketball Association veteran became an All-Star cult hero
Each player's score will be calculated by averaging his weighted rank from the fan votes, the player votes and the media votes. He's well off the pace set by Kevin Durant by not just the 14,000 votes of a year ago, but by over 100,000 votes now.
Crucial state polls in India next month
Young Akhilesh Yadav is the top choice to be the state's next CM, with 33% of the respondents backing him for the job. The rally is seen as a top four Parivartan yatras carried out by the BJP in the state recently.
Migrant teen found curled up inside suitcase
They serve as one of the chief entry points for sub-Saharan African migrants living illegally in Morocco to cross into Europe. Five Spanish policemen and 50 members of the Moroccan forces were injured in the incident, including one who lost an eye.
The announcement was made ahead of the network's presentation at the Television Critics Association Press Tour in Pasadena by CW president Mark Pedowitz. That means No Tomorrow and Frequency will soon be on Netflix, and if viewership is high (or at least acceptable), the CW could opt to renew the shows for another season. Bringing Supergirl into the fold after the show got cancelled on CBS was exactly what it needed to go from good to great, and the forthcoming Supergirl/Flash musical crossover is basically the only thing keeping me alive right now.
Pedowitz renewed Crazy Ex-Girlfriend even though it is the lowest rated broadcast series, with just a 0.2 rating in the 18-49 demo.
In the non-genre category, The CW renewed both Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. But it's a prestige show for the network, having earned awards and critical love.
"The fates of both "iZombie" and 'The 100" aren't particularly bleak right now either, despite not being renewed today.