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What to watch while waiting for new episodes of your favorite CW shows

Most of the line-up on The CW including the Arrowverse, Supernatural, and Riverdale are off for at least a week or two. So what’s a fan to do with all that free time? Here we recommend some quick binges to get through the hiatus. If You Miss the Arrowverse and Black Lightning If you’re a fan of The CW’s DC superhero line-up, which includes Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and Black Lightning, you’re in luck. There are a ton of superhero shows available across the different streaming networks. In fact, on Friday, Netflix unveiled its latest super-offering, The Umbrella Academy, about […]

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CW 2018-19 Season Ratings (updated 2/18/19)

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, Legacies, Riverdale, Supergirl, and Supernatural.

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Fox Comedies, ‘60 Minutes’ Andrew McCabe Sit-Down Top Slow Holiday Sunday Ratings

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Viewers pulled away from broadcast networks Sunday to warm up for Presidents Day revelry or watch the NBA All-Star Game on TNT and TBS.

Fox fared best in the demo, fueled by a Nascar Daytona 500 primetime kickoff in a swath of the country. From 8-9:30 Pm, the network averaged a 0.9 demo rating with The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, and Family Guy, after which a repeat Family Guy wrapped the network’s night.

Making its return after CBS’ Super Bowl and Grammy Sundays, newsmag 60 Minutes‘ blockbuster interview with former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was the night’s most watched program. God Friended Me followed and took its hour in total viewers, beating closest competition by 4.3 million viewers; NCIS: Los Angeles was the most watched program at 9 Pm by 1.3M viewers. At 10 Pm, Madam Secretary hit a series low in the demo.
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Supernatural, Arrow, and others are not on this week. When do they come back?

Supernatural, the many shows of the Arrowverse, and several other CW series aren’t airing this week. So when can you expect to see your favorites again? When will The CW shows return? The three Arrowverse shows the network is currently running, along with Black Lightning, are taking a two week hiatus and will be returning in early March. Supergirl will return on Sunday, March 3, Arrow and Black Lightning will be back on Monday, March 4, and The Flash will rush back on Tuesday, March 5. After its 300th episode, Supernatural is taking a whole month off. It will be […]

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Supergirl vs. The Elite in promo for Supergirl Season 4 Episode 13 – ‘What’s So Funny About Truth, Justice, and the American Way?’

With Supergirl now on another short break until March 3rd, The CW has released promo for the thirteenth episode of season 4, entitled ‘What’s So Funny About Truth, Justice, and the American Way?’ which sees Kara go up against Manchester Black and his new team The Elite; watch it here…

Supergirl Faces Off Against The Elite – Manchester Black (guest star David Ajala) breaks out of prison with the help of his new team, The Elite, who are set on punishing the anti-alien forces. Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) pulls double duty as she tries to apprehend Manchester Black and his team as well as deal with a shocking new development with Ben Lockwood (Sam Witwer).

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Supergirl season 4 airs on Sundays on The CW.

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Watch Supergirl Online: Season 4 Episode 12

Did J'onn's new gig put him on the outs with his friends?

On Supergirl Season 4 Episode 12, the new P.I. took on a case that pushed him to his limit. 

Watch Supergirl Season 4 Episode 12 Online

Meanwhile, Kara made a decision to team up with an old ally after things took a turn following what happened at the Deo. 

Did the girl of steel manage to get justice?

Elsewhere, Lena shared some shocking news with James. 

However, her lover did not take the news well, and it seemed like the end was near. 

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

View Slideshow: 11 of the Best Valentine's Day Gestures on TV

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Who is Menagerie? Supergirl’s new symbiote villain

The latest episode of Supergirl saw the introduction of a brand new villain, Menagerie, for whom the episode is named. The episode started with Pamela Ferrer fleeing from the scene of her latest jewelry heist with her partner in crime. After the two come into contact with an alien space ship, her partner doesn’t make it, but Pamela merges with the alien life form, becoming Menagerie. By the end of the episode, she’s in prison — and getting mail from Manchester Black. Who is Menagerie in the comics? The character Menagerie is taken directly from the comics. She is a […]

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Supergirl Season 4 Episode 12 Review: Menagerie

She's a maneater. Alright, Menagerie ate women's hearts too, but you get my point. 

There's nothing more poetic than a heart-eating alien making her debut on a Valentine's Day-themed episode of Supergirl

And how ironic that the final face-off happened during the Heart Association Masquerade Ball?

The characters took advantage of every moment to remind us that it was Valentine's Day. 

Pssst ... did you know? It's Valentine's Day in National City. 

Related: Supergirl Season 4 Episode 11 Review: Blood Memory

Sadly, I didn't have much love for Supergirl Season 4 Episode 12, an episode that just felt disjointed despite trying so hard to weave in storylines from what I like to call Supergirl Season 4a. 

There was an attempt to reconnect us with the political agenda, but all it did was remind me just how much I hated the Children of Liberty storyline. 

When Dreamer said, "I thought we were done with Children of Liberty,
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"Supergirl: What's So Funny About Truth, Justice, and the American Way?"

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From VancouverFilm.Net, take a look at the new "Supergirl" episode, "What's So Funny About Truth, Justice, and the American Way?", directed by Alexis Ostrander, airing March 3, 2019 on The CW:

"...'Manchester Black' (David Ajala) breaks out of prison with the help of his new team, 'The Elite', who are set on punishing the anti-alien forces. 

"'Supergirl' (Melissa Benoist) then pulls double duty as she tries to apprehend Black and his team as well as deal with a shocking new development from 'Ben Lockwood' (Sam Witwer)..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Supergirl: What's So Funny About Truth, Justice, and the American Way?"...

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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 a TV show like 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 here.

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
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Supergirl Season 4 Episode 12 Review: Menagerie

Supergirl takes on Valentine's Day in an episode that's fun but raises questions about the overall direction for the season.

This Supergirl review contains spoilers.

Supergirl Season 4 Episode 12

It’s Valentine’s Day over on Earth-38 and everyone has love on their mind, though family seems to be a more apt theme for this episode. Alex hates Valentine’s Day and Brainy does research on it, both of which are very on brand, while James gives Lena a creepy portrait of herself sleeping. Kara has a few quiet moments that nicely display Supergirl’s ethos, when she asserts to Menagerie that she protects everyone, even the Children of Liberty, and when she reminds Nia that, “you’re part of my family now too, and all heroes are welcome.”

Much about this episode was fun and interesting, like the Valentine’s party and learning Brainy loves Raiders and hates snakes. Unfortunately,
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DC TV Watch: 'Arrow' Retreads Same Twist for Its Latest Shocker

Welcome back to The Hollywood Reporter's weekly DC TV Watch, a rundown of all things DC Comics on the small screen. Every Saturday, we round up the major twists, epic fights, new mysteries and anything else that goes down on The CW's Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl and Black Lightning and Fox's Gotham. This week, both Arrow and Gotham get baby crazy. Note: Supergirl did not air a new episode this week.

Arrow

The big news: Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) is pregnant with Oliver's (Stephen Amell) baby, and their daughter will grow up to become Blackstar (Katherine McNamara) in the future.

What it means: This is obviously the news that ...
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‘Penny Dreadful’: Jessica Garza & Johnathan Nieves Join ‘City Of Angels’ Showtime Sequel Series

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‘Penny Dreadful’: Jessica Garza & Johnathan Nieves Join ‘City Of Angels’ Showtime Sequel Series
The Purge alumna Jessica Garza and Johnathan Nieves (New Amsterdam) are set as series regulars opposite Daniel Zovatto in Showtime’s Penny Dreadful: City of Angels, a followup to Penny Dreadful from the original series’ creator, writer and executive producer John Logan.

A spiritual descendant of the story set in Victorian-era London, the next chapter will employ a new vision, new characters and storylines. It opens in 1938 Los Angeles; a time and place deeply infused with social and political tension. When a grisly murder shocks the city, Detective Tiago Vega (Zovatto) is embroiled in an epic story that reflects the rich history of Los Angeles: from the building of the city’s first freeways and its deep traditions of Mexican-American folklore, to the dangerous espionage actions of the Third Reich and the rise of radio evangelism. Before long, Tiago and his family are grappling with powerful forces that threaten to tear them apart.
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Doom Patrol Episode 1 Review: Pilot

Aaron Sagers Feb 15, 2019

The first episode of Doom Patrol is a fun introduction to the world's strangest heroes.

This Doom Patrol review contains spoilers.

Doom Patrol Episode 1

Superheroes are weird. Set aside the DC holy trinity, and you still have a guy whose cosmic jewelry doesn’t work on anything yellow, another who talks to fish, and a Martian. And I love it. Yet, despite the acceptable level of weirdness we have learned to embrace from the movie A-listers of Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, and now Aquaman -- and the TV headliners of The Flash and Green Arrow -- there is still The Doom Patrol. And this crew so weird they are in a League of their own.

Which is what brings us to DC Universe’s new show, a fun celebration of the super-weird that almost feels like a capes-and-tights tale via Ryan Murphy. Let’s call it American Super Story.
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Why Ben Affleck Finally Ditched The Batman

Kirsten Howard Feb 15, 2019

The actor has made his first public comments about leaving The Batman behind...

Late January brought us news that Ben Affleck had finally hung up his cape and stepped down from starring in Matt Reeves' The Batman. The situation had been in flux for some time, with the actor originally set to write and direct the film, but seeming less sure about the task at hand as time went by. Eventually, Cloverfield director Reeves took up the reins on the DC project, and Affleck's future as Batman became murkier. Now, it's clear that the Batfleck era will be confined to Warner Bros' Batman v  Superman: Dawn Of Justice and 2017's Justice League.

This week, Affleck appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to talk about his new film, Triple Frontier, which will be streaming on Netflix in March. Eventually, the conversation turned to why Affleck had quit The Batman.
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‘DC Super Hero Girls’: Trailer Arrives For New Cartoon Network Series From Producer Lauren Faust

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‘DC Super Hero Girls’: Trailer Arrives For New Cartoon Network Series From Producer Lauren Faust
The women’s super-empowerment movement continues to soar higher and higher. The just-released trailer for DC Super Hero Girls previews the major new Warner Bros. Animation initiative that gets underway March 8 with DC Super Hero Girls: Sweet Justice, a one-hour movie that ushers in the television era for the animated franchise that has been on YouTube since 2015.

Sweet Justice will be followed on March 17 by the Cartoon Network series DC Super Hero Girls, which will air Sundays at 4 p.m. Et/Pt. Emmy-winner Lauren Faust is the executive producer along with Sam Register (Teen Titans Go!) who executive produced the brand’s five-season tenure on You Tube. The Cartoon Network show features a costumed collective led by of Wonder Woman, Batgirl, and Supergirl and will be aimed at young viewers across all Cartoon Network platforms,
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Nancy Drew: Kennedy McMann to Play Title Role in The CW's Pilot

A-ha! The CW has broken out its magnifying glass and found an actress to star in its Nancy Drew series. Newcomer Kennedy McMann will play the iconic title role, according to our sister site Deadline.

“Set in the summer after her high school graduation, 18-year-old Nancy Drew thought she’d be leaving her hometown for college,” per the official description. “But when a family tragedy holds her back another year, she finds herself embroiled in a ghostly murder investigation — and along the way, uncovers secrets that run deeper than she ever imagined.” The Magicians writer Noga Landau will pen the
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The CW Pilot Finds Its Nancy Drew In Kennedy McMann, Casts Leah Lewis, Sets Larry Teng To Direct, Melinda Hsu To Run

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Exclusive: Newcomer Kennedy McMann has landed the title role in the CW’s untitled Nancy Drew drama pilot, inspired by the classic mysteries about the brilliant young sleuth. Leah Lewis (The CW’s Charmed) will co-star in the pilot, from Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage’s Fake Empire and CBS TV Studios, which has tapped Larry Teng (the CW’s Supergirl) as director and Melinda Hsu Taylor (The Ce’s The Vampire Diaries) as executive producer/showrunner.

Written/executive produced by Noga Landau, Schwartz and Savage, the untitled Nancy Drew project centers on 18-year-old Nancy Drew (McMann) and is set in the summer after her high school graduation. She thought she’d be leaving her hometown for college, but when a family tragedy holds her back another year, she finds herself embroiled in a ghostly murder investigation — and along the way, uncovers secrets that run deeper than she ever imagined.
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Go Weird or Go Home: Why ‘Doom Patrol’ Beats ‘Umbrella Academy’ at the Superhero Game

Go Weird or Go Home: Why ‘Doom Patrol’ Beats ‘Umbrella Academy’ at the Superhero Game
It was when half the Doom Patrol traveled through a flatulent donkey to another dimension that I realized a line had been crossed. Probably in a good way.

We’re nearly seven years into the modern TV superhero-drama boom, which began with the CW’s Arrow. In those early days, when Oliver Queen was running around without a mask and only being called “the vigilante,” there was a sense that the people adapting comic books for the small screen felt they had to hold viewers’ hands through the whole concept.
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Michael B. Jordan Addresses If He’ll Be The Next Superman

Amid the storm of Henry Cavill’s alleged departure from Warner Bros. and the DC Extended Universe, rumors began to pop up linking Michael B. Jordan, star of Black Panther and Josh Trank’s terrible Fantastic Four reboot, with the now vacant role of Superman.

First reported by Deadline, we were told that Warner had earmarked Jordan to be their next Big Blue Boy Scout, though it wouldn’t happen for a while yet as it’ll apparently be “several years” before they’re ready to put together another Man of Steel movie. Then again, with the Powers That Be seeming more keen to prioritize the Supergirl origin film that’s now brewing in development, it’s hard to know exactly what they have planned.

In any case, if you were to ask Jordan himself, the star doesn’t seem too into the idea of playing the iconic DC hero.
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