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CW 2017-18 Season Ratings (updated 5/27/18)

Last year, The CW aired three new scripted TV shows and cancelled two of them. How many will be cancelled or renewed during the 2017-18 season? Stay tuned.There's lots of data that network execs looks 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): The 100, Arrow, Black Lightning, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, The Flash, iZombie, Jane the Virgin, Life Sentence, The Originals, Riverdale, Supergirl, Supernatural and Valor.Read More…
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You Definitely Know the Actress Playing Bryce's Mom on 13 Reasons Why

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13 Reasons Why season two might actually see Bryce receive the punishment he deserves. While the first season is full of teens who make bad decisions, the show's true villain is Bryce, an entitled rapist who shows no remorse for his actions even after Clay confronts him. Season two delves deeper into his story with the introduction of his parents, Barry and Nora. Playing the parent of a teen who has done so many terrible things is a complex role, and it's one that 13 Reasons Why's new castmember Brenda Strong was more than prepared to tackle.

The actress playing Bryce's mom on 13 Reasons Why is a familiar face to TV fans. Strong has a career in television that spans decades and most of your favorite shows. She's perhaps best known as Desperate Housewives' Mary Alice Young, the neighbor whose suicide launches the mysteries that
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Arrow: The Complete Sixth Season sees Star CIty Under Attack

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Burbank, CA –The CW’s longest-running DC series will be coming to a city near you on August 14, 2018 as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases Arrow: The Complete Sixth Season on Blu-ray and DVD. Averaging 2.3 million Viewers weekly for each original episode, Arrow is the #3 series on The CW season-to-date amongst Adults 18-34, behind only The Flash and Black Lightning.* The release contains all 23 exhilarating episodes from the sixth season, plus the show’s 2017 Comic-Con Panel, the crossover featurette and much more. Arrow: The Complete Sixth Season is priced to own at $44.98 Srp for the DVD and $49.99 Srp for the Blu-ray which includes a Digital Copy. Arrow: The Complete Sixth Season is also available to own on Digital via purchase from digital retailers.

*Source: Nielsen National TV View, 2017-18 broadcast season to date (09/18/2017 – 03/18/2018), Live + 7 Day ratings; excluding movies, sports, repeats, specials, less than 3 telecasts

Following the devastating explosion on Lian Yu,
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Rumoured details on new Supergirl and The Flash characters

With The CW’s various DC superhero shows all receiving renewals, That Hashtag Show is reporting details on possible character additions for the new seasons of two of them in Supergirl and The Flash.

According to the site, season four of Supergirl is looking to introduce ‘Nia Nal’, a transgender character in her early 20s, who “is filled with confidence and after having worked as writing speeches related to politics, she is now joining the Cat Co family as one of their latest journalist.”

Next up is ‘Ben’, a “Michael Shannon-type” businessman whose success has burned to the ground, and – blaming others for his failure – he has now made it his life goal to correct those wrongs.

‘Colonel Haley’ is described as a woman in her mid to late 40s, whose “actions make it clear that she is someone you don’t want to mess with, without her having to say a word.
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DC TV Watch: 'The Flash' Finale Kickstarts Season 5 With More Time Travel

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. Note: Arrow, GothamLegends of Tomorrow and Black Lightning did not air new episodes this week.

The Flash season four finale

Identity, revealed | After teases thrown in here and there all season long, The Flash finally revealed the identity of the Mystery Girl (Jessica Parker Kennedy) and why she was so seemingly ...
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Did Timeless Take a Royal Trip? How'd Americans Defy Age? Was Brick's Beard a Bust? Mia Once Heroes? And More Qs

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including 13 Reasons Why, Once Upon a Time, The Middle and The Americans!

1 | In the Season 2 finale of 13 Reasons Why, was the bathroom assault even more disturbing to watch than Season 1’s infamous bathtub scene?

2 | Who’d have thought that of ABC’s Friday shows, Once Upon a Time, and not S.H.I.E.L.D., would be the one to have a character turn to dust? And for our very final, brain-hurting salvo
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Promo images for Supergirl Season 3 Episode 21 – ‘Not Kansas’

The CW has released a batch of promo images for the twenty-first episode of Supergirl season 3, entitled ‘Not Kansas’; check them out here…

See Also: Promo images for Supergirl Season 3 Episode 20 – ‘The Dark Side of the Moon

Kara Considers A Major Life Change – Kara (Melissa Benoist) makes a major life decision. Meanwhile, J’onn (David Harewood) finds out that special Deo-caliber guns have hit the streets of National City.

See Also: Follow all of our coverage of Supergirl here

Supergirl season 3 airs on Monday nights on The CW.

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A Baby-Sitters Club TV Show Is Happening, and Without Question, We'll Be Watching

A Baby-Sitters Club TV Show Is Happening, and Without Question, We'll Be Watching
After over three decades since the beginning of the beloved book series, The Baby-Sitters Club is getting a modern-day TV adaptation! The books - which spanned from 1986 to 2000 - focused on a group of girlfriends and babysitters living in Stoneybrook, Ct. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the new series will feature all of the original main characters and reportedly tackle topics such as divorce, racism, and inclusivity.

The series is being backed by some industry heavyweights, too. Walden Media, the production company behind The Chronicles of Narnia, and Michael De Luca Productions, which produced Moneyball and many other critically acclaimed movies, are producing the series. Meanwhile, Broad City's Lucia Aniello is currently in talks to direct with Glow and Supergirl's Rachel Shukert potentially showrunning.

Related: The Baby-Sitters Club Cast Had a Reunion That Will Make Your '90s-Girl Heart Burst

This, of course, isn't the first adaptation of The Baby-Sitters Club.
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Supergirl Round Table: Is Honesty the Best Policy?

James very nearly revealed himself to the world as Guardian on Supergirl Season 3 Episode 19, but fortunately for him, his secret identity remains safe.

Below, TV Fanatics Christine Orlando, Kathleen Wiedel, and Stacy Glanzman discuss our thoughs on James' tragic story, telling secrets, and a theraputic game of foosball!

Join us!

What were your thoughts on James' story? Did you think there was a chance he would reveal himself as Guardian?

Christine: The story about him and his siblings made me tear up it was so painful. But I didn’t think he’d reveal himself simply because it would change everything.

I don’t think he could still be Guardian without the anonymity. There would be lawsuits and controversy, even without the race issue. I don’t think a superhero can live out in the open without the notoriety effectively becoming an obstacle to doing good.

Kathleen: No way he
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You Definitely Know the Actress Playing Bryce's Mom on 13 Reasons Why

Image Source: Getty / Earl Gibson III

13 Reasons Why season two might actually see Bryce receive the punishment he deserves. While the first season is full of teens who make bad decisions, the show's true villain is Bryce, an entitled rapist who shows no remorse for his actions even after Clay confronts him. Season two delves deeper into his story with the introduction of his parents, Barry and Nora. Playing the parent of a teen who has done so many terrible things is a complex role, and it's one that 13 Reasons Why's new castmember Brenda Strong was more than prepared to tackle.

The actress playing Bryce's mom on 13 Reasons Why is a familiar face to TV fans. Strong has a career in television that spans decades and most of your favorite shows. She's perhaps best known as Desperate Housewives' Mary Alice Young, the neighbor whose suicide launches the mysteries that
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New Supergirl Images Hint At Confrontation With Lena Luthor

More often than not, advance photos promoting TV shows ahead of air date are known for serving up spoilers – it’s just a matter of how much will be on display. In the case of our latest Supergirl gallery, many images included are seemingly innocuous, but the analytical among us should be able to connect some dots.

So, as you peruse the pictures provided, the first thing you’ll notice is a whole lot of everyone standing around and looking confused. The other is Lena Luthor appearing as though she’s posing for a brochure circulated by a college with a strong focus on the sciences.

But if you look deeper, you begin seeing this as a flipbook of sorts, as can sometimes be the case with promotional galleries. And since there’s a complete absence of Reign or any other sort of guest villain, you have to admit it
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Promo images for Supergirl Season 3 Episode 20 – ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’

The CW has released a batch of promo images for next week’s twentieth episode of Supergirl season 3, entitled ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’; check them out here…

See Also: Kara uncovers a shocking secret about Krypton in the trailer for Supergirl Season 3 Episode 20 – ‘The Dark Side of the Moon

Supergirl Learns A Stunning Secret About Krypton – Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) is stunned to discover that a part of Krypton survived. Meanwhile, Alex (Chyler Leigh) is attacked while out with Ruby (guest star Emma Tremblay), and Lena (Katie McGrath) considers how far she will go to keep Reign contained.

See Also: Follow all of our coverage of Supergirl here

Supergirl season 3 airs on Monday nights on The CW.

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Superhero Bits: ‘Deadpool 2’ Sets a Tuesday Box Office Record, Supergirl Season 4 Rumors & More

Superhero Bits: ‘Deadpool 2’ Sets a Tuesday Box Office Record, Supergirl Season 4 Rumors & More
What villain would Ezra Miller like to face off with as The Flash? What two new characters are coming to Arrow next season? What record did Deadpool 2 set at the box office yesterday? Could the villain Black Manchester be coming to Supergirl next season? Why did Ryan Reynolds end up voicing a “secret” character […]

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Supergirl: Season 3, Episode 20: Dark Side of the Moon TV Show Trailer [The CW]

Supergirl Dark Side of the Moon Trailer

The CW‘s Supergirl: Season 3, Episode 20: Dark Side of the Moon TV show trailer stars Melissa Benoist, Katie McGrath, Chyler Leigh, Emma Tremblay, and Odette Annable. Supergirl: Season 3, Episode 20: Dark Side of the Moon‘s plot synopsis: “Supergirl [...]

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TVLine Items: Baby-Sitters Club Series, Danica Patrick Is Espys Host and More

TVLine Items: Baby-Sitters Club Series, Danica Patrick Is Espys Host and More
Kristy, Claudia, Mary Anne, Stacey, Dawn & Co. are headed to the small screen.

A new TV series adaptation of The Baby-Sitters Club, based on Ann M. Martin’s novels, is being developed, with Rachel Shukert (Glow, Supergirl) in talks to serve as showrunner, our sister Deadline reports.

The project, which does not yet have a network attached, will focus on the girls’ friendships and business success as they stave off competition and overcome various growing pains. Each half-hour episode will touch on topics such as racism, divorce and belonging while exploring relevant issues facing modern-day teens.

The Baby-Sitters Club was
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Back to Stoneybrook! A Modernized Baby-Sitters Club Show Is in the Works

Back to Stoneybrook! A Modernized Baby-Sitters Club Show Is in the Works
After over three decades since the begging of the beloved book series, The Baby-Sitters Club is getting a modern-day TV adaptation! The books - which spanned from 1986 to 2000 - focused on a group of girlfriends and babysitters living in Stoneybrook, Ct. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the new series will feature all of the original main characters and reportedly tackle topics such as divorce, racism, and inclusivity.

The series is being backed by some industry heavyweights, too. Walden Media, the production company behind The Chronicles of Narnia, and Michael De Luca Productions, which produced Moneyball and many other critically acclaimed movies, are producing the series. Meanwhile, Broad City's Lucia Aniello is currently in talks to direct with Glow and Supergirl's Rachel Shukert potentially showrunning.
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Could Lex Luthor Finally Be Appearing On Supergirl?

We’ve had Superman himself appear on Supergirl in the form of Tyler Hoechlin, but never his nemesis, Lex Luthor. His half-sister Lena has been a major presence on the show since season 2, with Lex’s mother Lillian also acting as a primary antagonist that season. Still, the bald billionaire has never shown his face. But maybe, just maybe, that’s going to change in season 4.

Ths has got hold of three character breakdowns for some new additions set to join the next run of The CW superhero series. As per usual, the casting calls employ pseudonyms to keep the real identities of the characters a secret. However, the accompanying description gives us some big clues as to who they could be. For one, the breakdown for “Chester Green” heavily suggests that villain Manchester Black is coming to Supergirl.

Another breakdown is for a character named “Ben” – but the description
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Manchester Black Could Be Coming To Supergirl Season 4

The CW’s Supergirl has always borrowed liberally from Kara Danvers’ cousin’s rogues gallery, with the likes of Parasite, Livewire, Toyman and even General Zod (in a cameo) appearing in the show’s past three seasons. Now, the next run looks to be no different, as a new casting call heavily suggests that the Girl of Steel will be facing another major Superman villain in season 4.

That Hashtag Show has got hold of some casting breakdowns for three new characters set to join Supergirl. One’s for an individual named Ben, who appears to be a crooked businessman, while another’s for Colonel Haley, a female military personnel who sounds like she could be signing up for the Deo. The third, though, goes by the name Chester Green and is described as British, charming and always able to come out of a fight on top.

Here’s the breakdown
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Supergirl: Erica Durance Previews Alura's 'Beautiful, Traumatic' Return

Supergirl: Erica Durance Previews Alura's 'Beautiful, Traumatic' Return
The following contains mild spoilers already revealed in Supergirl promos and photos.

Mom’s the word as The CW’s Supergirl heads into the final stretch of Season 3.

As revealed in new promos and episodic photos, Erica Durance resurfaces as Alura on Monday, May 28, though we’ve never quite seen Kara’s mother like this before — in that she is actually alive! I turns out that Alura survived with others in Argo City, a portion of Krypton that survived when the planet exploded, protected as it is by the mysterious “black rock” that came into play in the latest episode.
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Supergirl Season 3 Episode 19 Review – ‘The Fanatical’

Martin Carr reviews the nineteenth episode of Supergirl season 3…

Beyond minor parental issues, confusion concerning dual identities and cultists stealing Krypton’s version of the Arsonists Handbook, Supergirl is straight forward this week. There are dramatic set pieces, unexpected bonding moments and a consistent level of acting across the board. Where things fall down is in a reliance on formula.

Cult leaders, ceremonial sacrifices, infusions of alien essence or whatever you might call it need to be engaging, dynamic and given foundation. What we have in ‘The Fanatical’ are minor characters driving small groups of people in possession of a sacred text things, which is not enough for forty minutes of television. Meaning it feels unengaging despite the bells and whistles of production value, pyrotechnic fist fights or bleeding heart moments between core characters. Where Supergirl does succeed is in the broadening arc of new cast members such as Jonn’s father Myrnn.
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