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The CW Reveals Fall 2021 Season Finale Dates - 'Supergirl,' 'Riverdale' & More

The CW Reveals Fall 2021 Season Finale Dates - 'Supergirl,' 'Riverdale' & More

The CW is gearing up for a number of series to come to an end in the coming months!

The network has revealed the season finale dates for seven shows that are currently airing, as well as the series finale for Supergirl.

Other shows with finale dates set are Roswell, New Mexico, DC’s Stargirl, Dynasty, In The Dark, The Outpost, Riverdale and Coroner.

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'Roswell, New Mexico' Season 3 Premiere Is Finally Here - Find Out What to Expect!

'Roswell, New Mexico' Season 3 Premiere Is Finally Here - Find Out What to Expect!

Roswell, New Mexico is finally back for it’s third season!!

The paranormal drama returns for the season premiere TONIGHT (July 26) on The CW, and we have all the details and photos right here.

Here’s the premiere episode synopsis: While Liz (Jeanine Mason) is settling in to her new life and career in Los Angeles, Max (Nathan Dean), Isobel (Lily Cowles) and Michael (Michael Vlamis) are figuring out if the stranger in the cave, with the familiar face, is friend or foe.

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The CW Announces 'Stargirl' Season 2 Premiere Date, 'Riverdale' Return Gets Pushed Back & More!

The CW Announces 'Stargirl' Season 2 Premiere Date, 'Riverdale' Return Gets Pushed Back & More!

The CW just revealed the premiere dates for quite a few shows!

The network’s announcement on Thursday (April 29) revealed that DC’s Stargirl will premiere it’s second season on Tuesday, August 10th at 8pm ET/PT.

It will be initially paired with Superman & Lois as it wraps up it’s first season. Then, Supergirl will take the place of Superman & Lois once again, as it returns for it’s final episodes on August 24th.

In addition, the return of Riverdale has been moved by a whole month. It was originally set to return on July 7th, but will now come back on August 11th.

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The CW Has Already Renewed 'Walker,' 'Riverdale' & 10 Other Shows!

The CW Has Already Renewed 'Walker,' 'Riverdale' & 10 Other Shows!

The CW is issuing early renewals to many of it’s series!

The network just announced that 12 shows will be back for new seasons, according to Variety.

Among the early renewals include new show Walker, as well as Riverdale, The Flash, Legacies, Batwoman, Charmed, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Nancy Drew, Roswell, New Mexico, In The Dark, Dynasty, and All American.

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Roswell, New Mexico, In The Dark and Dynasty have yet to premiere their new seasons on the network.

“Though we’re just a few weeks into the new season, we wanted to get a strategic head start on next season with these early renewals, which allows our production teams to start laying out story arcs and hiring staff, and at the same time, continues to provide us with a strong, stable schedule to build on for next season,” CW President Mark Pedowitz said in a statement.

“As The CW’s 2020-2021 season kicks into high gear, we are thrilled creatively with the direction of our first new shows out of the gate, Walker and Superman & Lois, that we wanted to order the additional episodes to complete their first seasons, and we are particularly pleased with the huge success of the launch of Walker, which debuted as our most watched series premiere in 5 years.”

The CW has also ordered five more episodes for Walker‘s current first season, and two more episodes of Superman & Lois, which premieres later this month.

Carina Adly MacKenzie Addresses Rumors On Her Exit From 'Roswell, New Mexico'

Carina Adly MacKenzie Addresses Rumors On Her Exit From 'Roswell, New Mexico'

Carina Adly MacKenzie is setting the record straight.

Earlier in the day on Friday (July 10), it was announced that the Roswell, New Mexico creator had resigned from the show, where she served as an executive producer and co-showrunner.

In an article about her leaving the series, it was reported that Carina had tension with cast and crew, which led to her eventually leaving.

“Because there’s a lot of nonsense getting spread around, let me make it clear this decision has nothing to do with any of the cast, crew, or writers. I love them in an epic forever handprints-on-my-soul kinda way,” Carina wrote on Twitter. “Finding Liz Ortecho with Jeanine [Mason] has been a joy. I think any fan who joined us for a glass of wine on Instagram live during this shutdown knows there’s no ‘tension,’ so I’m just gonna go back to texting with her about the home reno projects we’re both working on and roll my eyes at that boring attempt to pit women against each other. What year is it?”

“As for ~secret anonymous sources~ revealing that I wasn’t in the writer’s room as much as I’d have liked to be, TRUE TRUE TRUE. 😂 Shooting on location while writing in LA is so hard. Thank god for my co-showrunner/friend/partner/champion Chris Hollier; together we could be in two places at once,” she continued.

“Over the last few months, the team and I broke the Season 3 story together, I had talks with the actors about the season character journeys. I put my finishing touches on the season premiere this week. But this is a business, and there were fundamental disagreements about a couple of things that were and are very important to me,” Carina concluded.

Back in June, Carina was very outspoken on Twitter about gay love scenes being cut from Roswell, New Mexico‘s airing on ITV in the UK.

Carina Adly MacKenzie Resigns as EP/Co-Showrunner of 'Roswell, New Mexico'

Carina Adly MacKenzie Resigns as EP/Co-Showrunner of 'Roswell, New Mexico'

Carina Adly MacKenzie is leaving her role at Roswell, New Mexico!

The writer served as an executive producer and co-showrunner on the CW series, which she was also the creator of.

“I have made the difficult decision to resign from my role on Roswell, New Mexico,” she told THR. “I do not take this decision lightly, but ultimately due to fundamental differences, I must depart and entrust Roswell, New Mexico to capable hands. I am so proud of what we built over the last two years, and I believe in the heart and soul of the show: asking tough questions, striving to make the world better, amplifying marginalized voices, and fighting the good fight.”

Carina Adly MacKenzie has departed as executive producer/co-showrunner of Roswell, New Mexico,” a spokesperson for Warner Bros. TV said. “The third season of the series will return to The CW as part of the network’s 2021 midseason lineup.”

Carina has also worked on The Originals as a producer and writer, and she served as a writer on an episode of The Flash.

Supergirl's Sixth Season Pushed Back To Midseason Due To Melissa Benoist's Pregnancy

Supergirl's Sixth Season Pushed Back To Midseason Due To Melissa Benoist's Pregnancy

The schedule for the 2020/2021 season for The CW was announced today (May 14) and there was one show missing from the lineup.

Supergirl has been put on hold a bit longer, due in part to star Melissa Benoist‘s pregnancy, THR reports.

The series is being pushed to premiere mid-season, whenever that happens in 2021, to allow time for Melissa to return after maternity leave.

Taking Supergirl‘s Sunday night time slot is Charmed‘s third season. The reboot is returning to it’s original time, Sunday nights at 9/8c.

Other shows returning mid-season include fellow DC Comic/Arrowverse title DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, In the Dark and Roswell, New Mexico, as well as new series Kung Fu and Republic of Sarah.

In case you missed it, be sure to check out the complete upcoming schedule for The CW’s next season!