The CW Announces Fall Schedule

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CW's presentation concluded the broadcasting networks' presentations to advertisers this week of their upcoming schedules.

Supergirl returns for its third season on Mondays at 8 p.m., followed by the new military drama Valor, starring Christina Ochoa and Matt Barr.

The CW canceled "Frequency", "No Tomorrow", "Reign" and "The Vampire Diaries".

Also for fall is the military drama "Valor", following the only two known survivors of "an elite unit of U.S. Army helicopter pilots called the Shadow Raiders" whose secret mission to Somalia "goes terribly awry".

Tuesdays are the only night on the schedule which remain unchanged, with The Flash and Legends Tomorrow staying put, but Wednesdays are getting a major makeover. The Flash is back at 8/9C and Legends follows at 9/10C. So, get ready for the catfights!

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Check out the CW's full fall schedule below.

Stephen Amell is excited about the new day and time as he took to social media to offer: "I've been waiting 5 years to be behind Jensen & Jared". In the last three years for the crossovers, that started with just The Flash and Arrow, they have usually aired in the first week of December before their respective season finales. That's a big deal and you can't help but wonder if The CW is thinking about winding down its oldest superhero series. Riverdale will now be on Wednesday, along with the new Dynasty reboot while Jane the Virgin and be paired again with Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, this time on Friday nights.

Fridays are all about the lulz on The CW with the hilarity of Rachel Bloom and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend moving to 8/9. Fridays are historically slots where networks bury shows, but it should be noted that Jane the Virgin has strong streaming and DVR viewership, so it shouldn't be hurt.

The CW will launch its 2017-18 season in October, with premiere dates to be announced later.

Midseason brings in Black Lightning and Life Sentence with Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale, along with returning favorites The 100, iZombie and The Originals.

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