CW Announces Fall 2013-14 Line Up!

CW Announces Fall 2013-14 Line Up!

The CW has just released its official Fall 2013-14 television schedule!

Hart of Dixie, Beauty and the Beast, Supernatural, and fan favorite The Carrie Diaries have all been moved to new nights.

The network has integrated three new shows into their fall schedule, including the highly anticipated The Vampire Diaries spin-off The Originals, The Tomorrow People, and Reign.

Notably missing from the fall schedule are Star-Crossed and The 100, both of which The CW has confirmed will premiere mid-season.

Be sure to check out The CW’s full Fall 2013-14 schedule inside…

MONDAY
8-9PM: HART OF DIXIE (New Night)
9-10PM: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (New Night)

TUESDAY
8-9PM: THE ORIGINALS (New Series)
9-10PM: SUPERNATURAL (New Night)

WEDNESDAY
8-9PM: ARROW
9-10PM: THE TOMORROW PEOPLE (New Series)

THURSDAY
8-9PM: THE VAMPIRE DIARIES
9-10PM: REIGN (New Series)

FRIDAY
8-9PM: THE CARRIE DIARIES (New Night)
9-10PM: AMERICA’S NEXT TOP MODEL

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5 Comments

#1
Liberty @ 9:15 am on 05/16/2013

Who the hell thought of this?
The Originals and TVD should be on the SAME night. And why move SPN?

#2
Sara @ 9:26 am on 05/16/2013

What about Star-crossed (also known as oxygen) ??? I thought the show of Matt Lanter and Aimee teegarden got picked up.

#3
uh what @ 10:55 am on 05/16/2013

wtf why did carrie diaries get renewed…horrible

#4
fruityxoxo @ 2:52 pm on 05/16/2013

Wtf where is NIKITA???? I NEED NIKITA ASAP. BEST SHOW ON CW. PKEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD remove that awful show Carrie diaries it’s awful. Waste. From all text new shows at least two will be cancelled for sure.

#5
tia @ 3:34 pm on 05/16/2013

Notably missing from the fall schedule are Star-Crossed and The 100, both of which The CW has confirmed will premiere mid-season.

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