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CW 2018-19 Season Ratings (updated 10/23/18)

Last season, The CW launched four new scripted TV shows during the regular season and cancelled two of them. This time around, the network will be programming six nights a week, instead of five. How many shows will be cancelled or renewed during the 2018-19 season? Stay tuned.

There's lots of data that network execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. These charts will be updated daily, as new ratings data becomes available.

CW shows (so far): All American, Arrow, Black Lightning, Charmed, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, The Flash, Riverdale, Supergirl, and Supernatural.

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The Flash Season 5 Episode 3 Review: The Death of Vibe

Is Everyone Okay? Are We All Still Breathing?

I’m barely catching my breath after almost going into full cardiac arrest watching The Flash Season 5 Episode 3 and thinking Cisco was dead meta meat.

I did find it suspicious that the episode was titled “The Death of Vibe,” and assumed that even if the writers have teased there would be deaths this season, they wouldn’t be so obvious as to title their episode that way. I mean, that’s a huge reveal.

Plus, getting rid of Cisco? That’s not a poetic character death to advance your plot. That’s just shooting yourself in the foot.

Still, all rational thoughts aside, when I heard the words “Cisco’s dead” come out of Barry’s mouth, I seriously think I flatlined for a full minute.

Luckily, it was just a brilliant rouse orchestrated to outsmart Cicada, so Cisco/Vibe would be safe.
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Superman Saves Lois Lane In New Arrowverse Crossover Photos

Right now, the next major Arrowverse crossover, “Elseworlds,” has so much going for it that it’s becoming a chore to even list all of the details.

In short, much of the appeal comes in the form of Ruby Rose’s debut as Batwoman, not to mention Grant Gustin and Stephen Amell trading places as the Flash and Green Arrow. And if that weren’t enough, Tyler Hoechlin makes his long awaited return as Superman.

Actually, there’s been more talk surrounding the Last Son of Krypton than usual, perhaps due to the fact that he’ll be suiting up in the black costume which somehow eluded the DC Extended Universe. Interestingly enough, the classic red and blue will also be on display as well, a reality that’s once again been confirmed via some set photos found below.

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Promo images for Supergirl Season 4 Episode 3 – ‘Man of Steel’

Following a promo for Sunday’s third episode of Supergirl season 4, The CW has now released a batch of images from ‘Man of Steel’ which you can check out here…

See Also: Supergirl Season 4 Episode 2 Review – ‘Fallout’

Xander Berkeley Guest Stars In The Origin Story Of Agent Liberty – Ben Lockwood (Sam Witwer) didn’t always hate aliens. Through a series of incidents, and input from his anti-alien father (guest star Xander Berkeley), Ben slowly transforms from a mild-mannered professor into the villainous Agent Liberty of today.

Supergirl season 4 airs on Sundays on The CW.

Photo Credits: The CW

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Set photos from Arrowverse crossover ‘Elseworlds’ feature Superman’s black suit and The Monitor

Earlier today we brought you the news that John Wesley Shipp is set to don his classic Flash costume from the 1990s TV series in this year’s big DC crossover from The CW, and with filming on ‘Elseworlds’ continuing we now have a couple of new set photos which give us another look at Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman in his black costume; check them out via Twitter below…

See Also: Stephen Amell and Grant Gustin swap superheroes in ‘Elseworlds’ crossover set photos

Tyler Hoechlin laughing on set.

Black-suited Superman not much of a laugher.#TheFlash #Arrow #Supergirl crossover Elseworlds in Surrey Central.@tylerhoechlin pic.twitter.com/YIBiISjs17

— YVRShoots (@yvrshoots) October 22, 2018

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Black-suited Superman (Tyler Hoechlin) in Elseworlds Crossover.#TheFlash #Arrow #Supergirl

At Surrey City Hall today. pic.twitter.com/KG0Odd8DGC

— YVRShoots (@yvrshoots) October 22, 2018

Meanwhile, we can also throw another character into the mix, with a set photo
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John Wesley Shipp is Sporting His Classic 90's Flash Costume in New Photos From DC's "Elseworlds" Crossover

Some fun new photos have surfaced from the upcoming Arrowverse crossover event, “Elseworlds”, and they feature something pretty rad.

Each of the photos show actor John Wesley Shipp wearing the classic Flash costume that he wore in the early 90s series!

Now, this isn’t that actual costume that he wore in the 90s show. This one is a new one based on that design and it was created by The Flash costume designer Kate Main. She also made sure to make this one a lot more comfortable than the original one.

The suit looks great! The photos also show Shipp standing along side Grant Gustin as Green Arrow, Stephen Amell as The Flash, and Melissa Benoist as Supergirl. Check out all the photos below:

After seven years, this just might be the coolest thing we’ve ever done...@JohnWesleyShipp pic.twitter.com/mmpac4k5YE

Marc Guggenheim (@mguggenheim) October
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John Wesley Shipp returns as 90s Flash in Arrowverse crossover ‘Elseworlds’

We’ve got Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen and Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen swapping costumes, Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman in a black suit, the introductions of Batgirl and Lois Lane, and now comes the news that John Wesley Shipp is dusting off the Flash suit from the 1990 TV show for a guest appearance in The CW’s upcoming Arrowverse crossover ‘Elseworlds’.

Now, whether he’s playing his current Flash character of Jay Garrick, or he’s reprising his old Flash role as Barry Allen, we don’t know as yet. But what it seems we can be sure about is that the producers of Arrow, The Flash and Supergirl appear to be going all out with this year’s Arrowverse crossover, and it certainly looks like it’s going to be a lot of fun.

After seven years, this just might be the coolest thing we’ve ever done…
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Original Flash John Wesley Shipp Suits Up in Arrowverse Crossover First Look

Original Flash John Wesley Shipp Suits Up in Arrowverse Crossover First Look
Holy Shipp! This latest sneak peek from the Arrowverse’s “Elseworlds” crossover event is the most exciting one yet: Executive producer Marc Guggenheim on Monday posted a picture of John Wesley Shipp suited up in his original Flash costume, tweeting, “After seven years, this just might be the coolest thing we’ve ever done.”

Shipp, who plays father to Grant Gustin on The Flash, formerly portrayed speedster Barry Allen on CBS’ short-lived Flash series from 1990 to 1991. In addition to Guggenheim’s behind-the-scenes gift, Gustin also shared a doozy of a group shot: Melissa Benoist as Supergirl, Stephen Amell as The Flash,
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First Official Arrowverse Crossover Pic Teases A Returning Character

While John Wesley Shipp may not be the only actor to have enjoyed a prolific career in the superhero genre, he’s certainly one of only a few to have embodied various characters pertaining to one specific icon. As you surely know, he played the Scarlet Speedster himself, Barry Allen, in The Flash TV show that aired back in 1990, before voicing Eobard Thawne Aka the Reverse-Flash on Batman: The Brave and the Bold many years later.

Of course, he also further cemented his legacy by popping up in two distinct roles on the currently running Flash series on The CW: First as Barry’s dad, Henry Allen, and then as the Flash of Earth-3, Jay Garrick. Now, he’s set to return in the upcoming Arrowverse crossover, titled “Elseworlds,” and after getting a look at him via a set photo just mere hours ago, producer Marc Guggenheim has shared
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New Arrowverse Crossover Pic Reveals John Wesley Shipp’s Return

What on Earth is The CW planning with “Elseworlds,” this year’s Arrowverse crossover?

Every day it seems we get another piece of the puzzle that only layers on even more intrigue, and just when you thought things couldn’t get any crazier, John Wesley Shipp turns up on set. Yes, the actor who played Barry Allen back on the 1990’s TV show, while also appearing on the current version of The Flash as Jay Garrick, is back in action and judging by the photo below, he’s going to be lending our heroes a hand. And he’ll be rocking his 90s costume while doing so.

How, or even why he’s found his way back into the Arrowverse is unknown, but Stephen Amell shared the pic in question along with the caption: No big deal. Just working with @JohnWesleyShipp for the first time. Nice of him to dress up for the occasion.
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Five Moments That Defined Supergirl Season 3

Currently, Supergirl has entered into its fourth season. As a result, now seems like a good time to go over some of the most memorable moments from Season 3 of the series. Granted, said season has its fair share of rough spots, but on the whole, its storytelling managed to be quite engaging, which is why there were more than a few moments worth remembering. Here are five of the most memorable moments from Season 3 of Supergirl: Alura Is Alive The fate of Krypton is something that looms over the stories of Supergirl and related stories. After all, the

Five Moments That Defined Supergirl Season 3
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Supergirl Season 4 Episode 2 Review – ‘Fallout’

Martin Carr reviews the second episode of Supergirl season 4…

From the outside without digging any deeper episode two of this fourth season seems lacklustre, uninspired and devoid of a tangible threat. There are apparent enemies for our girl in Spandex to battle against but they feel insubstantial. For all the revelations concerning alien rights, alien discrimination and alien citizenship, at best ‘Fallout’ represents some lightweight tub thumping. Interrogations seem truncated, arguments to illustrate human unrest feel forced and there seems a distinct lack of cohesion in attacking the topic at full force.

Mercy and Otis Graves feel like pawns who hang around the edge of proceedings looking shifty but ineffective. Jonn pops in and out of scenes looking concerned but keeping a safe distance, while all the flag waving patriotism in the world does little to make Supergirl look committed. Now I know there was fuss made about this programme
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New Arrowverse Crossover Pics Show More Of Superman’s Black Suit

This year’s annual Arrowverse crossover looks to seriously shake things up by having Arrow‘s Stephen Amell and The Flash‘s Grant Gustin swap characters. Titled “Elsewords,” the poster for the three-night event showed us that for one time only, Oliver Queen will be the Scarlet Speedster and Barry Allen the Emerald Archer. Everybody lost their minds over the change, but there’s something else which has a lot of fans talking as well.

That’d be Superman’s black suit. Yes, Tyler Hoechlin’s Man of Steel is on his way back to the Arrowverse for the first time in years and it seems he’ll be donning that much discussed costume. Why exactly he’s got it on is unclear, but some new set photos have found their way online today which give us a pretty good look at it.

See for yourself:

New Arrowverse Crossover Pics
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Are Luke Cage and Iron Fist the First Victims of #PeakSuperhero Fatigue?

Are Luke Cage and Iron Fist the First Victims of #PeakSuperhero Fatigue?
Remember when Smallville was TV’s lone superhero show? (And hell, it didn’t even let Clark Kent have flights or tights.) Now, seven years after that Superman origin story wrapped its run, TV is home to nearly 20 comic book-based series about specially abled heroes, with another batch in the pipeline.

Could it be that Luke Cage and Iron Fist, which both got powered down this month, are the first casualties of simply too much super going on?

Netflix famously doesn’t release viewership numbers, so there’s no knowing if these two of its five Marvel hero titles simply weren’t pulling their weight.
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Set Photo From DC's "Elseworlds" Shows Grant Gustin as Green Arrow and Stephen Amell as The Flash

A photo from the set of DC’s crossover series “Elseworlds” has surfaced and it gives us a look at Grant Gustin all decked out as Green Arrow and Stephen Amell as The Flash.

It’s kinda fun seeing these two actors wearing completely different costumes because we’re so used to seeing them in their regular roles. The photo was shared by Amell and I’m really curious to see how the story for this crossover series is going to play out.

One does not simply walk in The Flash Suit. pic.twitter.com/MZb9mZSVWJ

— Stephen Amell (@StephenAmell) October 22, 2018

While plot details for the upcoming crossover event remain under wraps, we know that the crossover event will bring Green Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl to Gotham City where they will meet an Arkham Asylum scientist and Nora Fries, the wife of Batman villain Mr. Freeze. It will also
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‘Simpsons Treehouse Of Horrors’ Tumbles, ‘Alec Baldwin Show’ Struggles & Donald Trump’s ‘60 Minutes’ Overshadowed

Fox’s “Treehouse of Horror” episode of The Simpsons took a 19% tumble year to year. But the 29th annual Halloween special improved on the previous week’s program performance, as did the rest of Fox’s lineup including Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy and Rel.

ABC’s high-profile 10 Pm entry The Alec Baldwin Show continues its struggle, growing week to week by 5% in viewers, but nosediving off its Shark Tank lead-in.

And while CBS ratings are somewhat scrambled by an NFL overrun that ran until 7:37 Pm, early stats show 60 Minutes up 42% in the demo and 2.8 million viewers versus last week’s edition featuring an interview with President Donald Trump.

Shark Tank also improved on the previous week by 11% in overall crowd and one tenth in the demo to clock new season highs in both metrics to outstrip all its broadcasts since January.

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Ratings: Charmed and Supergirl Dip, Sunday Night Football Hits Low

The CW’s Supergirl in its second Sunday outing delivered 1.33 million total viewers and a 0.4 demo rating, down 12 percent and a tenth from its season opener to respectively flirt with and match series lows. Get scoop on what’s ahead.

Leading out of that, Charmed (1.3 mil/0.4) was down 17 percent and a tenth from its reboot debut.

Elsewhere….

ABC | Afv (5.5 mil/0.8) dipped, DWTS: Juniors (4.8 mil/0.8) was steady, and both Shark Tank (4 mil/0.8) and The Alec Baldwin Show (2.2 mil/0.4) ticked up.

CBS | Pending adjustment due to football things, God Friended Me (9.2 mil/1.3) is currently up 17 and 30 percent, while NCIS: La (8.1 mil
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Promo for Supergirl Season 4 Episode 3 – ‘Man of Steel’

The CW has released a promo for the third episode of Supergirl season 4, entitled ‘Man of Steel’; watch it here…

Xander Berkeley Guest Stars In The Origin Story Of Agent Liberty – Ben Lockwood (Sam Witwer) didn’t always hate aliens. Through a series of incidents, and input from his anti-alien father (guest star Xander Berkeley), Ben slowly transforms from a mild-mannered professor into the villainous Agent Liberty of today.

Supergirl season 4 airs on Sundays on The CW.

Photo credits: The CW

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Watch Supergirl Online: Season 4 Episode 2

Did Supergirl manage to capture Mercy Graves?

That was her plan on Supergirl Season 4 Episode 2 when the hero set out to take down the villain before havoc was reached in National City. 

Watch Supergirl Season 4 Episode 2 Online

Meanwhile, Alex took control at the Deo and kicked off her new position with a bang, but who tried to overrule her authority?

Also, Brainy and Nia met for the first time and found themselves in a horrifying situation. 

Use the video above to watch Supergirl online right here via TV Fanatic. 

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Supergirl: Season Four Viewer Votes

How super-powered is the fourth season of the Supergirl TV show on The CW? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether the TV show Supergirl is cancelled or renewed for season five. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all the Supergirl season four episodes below.

A DC Comics-inspired action-adventure drama airing on The CW television network, Supergirl stars Melissa Benoist, Mehcad Brooks, Chyler Leigh, Jeremy Jordan, David Harewood, Katie McGrath, and Jesse Wrath. The series centers on Kara Zor-El (Benoist), the cousin of Kal-El, i.e. Superman (Tyler Hoechlin). To remain safe from Krypton’s destruction, Kara grew up on Earth as Kara Danvers, a human. For years,
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