Recently, The CW released their fall schedule, which includes a new bundle of Canadian and unscripted television series, alongside the renewed hits such as All American. The newly renewed Walker, however, will be moving to a midseason premiere date.
The CW fates of Gotham Knights, Superman & Lois, and All American: Homecoming are still up in the air.
The schedule is as follows:
8-9pm – All American
9-10pm – 61st Street — NEW
8-830pm – Son of a Critch — NEW
830-9pm – Run the Burbs — NEW
9-930pm – Children Ruin Everything — NEW
930-10pm – Everyone Else Burns — NEW
8:00-9:00PM – Sullivan’s Crossing — NEW
9:00-10:00PM – The Spencer Sisters— NEW
8:00-9:00PM – FBoy Island (Encore Episode)
9:00-10:00PM – Fboy Island — NEW
8:00-9:00PM – Penn & Teller: Fool Us
9:00-9:30PM – Whose Line Is It Anyway?
9:30-10:00PM – Whose Line Is It Anyway
8:00-8:30PM – Masters of Illusion
8:30-9:00PM – Masters of Illusion (Encore)
9:00-9:30PM – World’s Funniest Animals
9:30-10:00PM – World’s Funniest Animals (Encore)
8:00-10:00PM – I Am
The Critics Choice Awards will also be returning to The CW on Sunday January 14, 2024.
Brad Schwartz, President of Entertainment at The CW Network said, “This fall, The CW embarks on the first step to become bigger and broader by offering our viewers a wide variety of programming from premium adult dramas to bold comedies and binge-worthy unscripted franchises. We are presenting a fall lineup that includes classic CW series like the smash multiplatform hit All American plus introducing new premium dramatic offerings such as 61st Street, Sullivan’s Crossing and The Spencer Sisters. We are proud to bring comedy back to The CW on Tuesday nights with some of the funniest and heartwarming family sitcoms on television with Son of a Critch, Run The Burbs, Children Ruin Everything and Everyone Else Burns.
He added, “We are thrilled to welcome one of the biggest and most outrageous unscripted franchises on television, FBoy Island, to The CW family alongside long-running hit alternative series Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Masters of Illusion and World’s Funniest Animals. And Sundays will introduce a season-long family co-viewing night beginning with the acclaimed I Am film franchise. The new CW is now a broadcast network built for a broadcast audience.”