The CW's 2014-2015 Schedule: 'Flash' on Tuesdays, 'Originals' on Mondays
The CW's 2014-2015 Schedule: 'Flash' on Tuesdays, 'Originals' on Mondays
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
The CW became the final network to reveal its schedule for the 2014-2015 season, and it kept a largely stable lineup. Wednesday and Thursdays remain the same while typically summer shows head to Friday nights and The Originals moves to Mondays.

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The network's biggest new series, The Flash, will lead off Tuesdays, followed by the 10th season of Supernatural. The other new fall show, Jane the Virgin, airs Mondays at 9pm.

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Fridays are dedicated to an hour of Whose Line Is It Anyway? at 8pm and America's Next Top Model cycle 21 at 9pm.

As with past years, the CW will launch its fall season in October, after the other major networks begin to avoid the rush of new programs.

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In a conference call with reporters, CW president Mark Pedowitz revealed that, while the Supernatural spin-off Bloodlines was not picked up, the show's producers and writers will try to develop a new spin-off this upcoming season.

Hart of Dixie and Beauty and the Beast are both being held until mid-season, as are new dramas The Messengers and iZombie.

FALL 2014 SCHEDULE

MONDAY
8pm: The Originals
9pm: Jane the Virgin (NEW)

TUESDAY
8pm: The Flash (NEW)
9pm: Supernatural

WEDNESDAY
8pm: Arrow
9pm: The 100

THURSDAY
8pm: The Vampire Diaries
9pm: Reign

FRIDAY
8pm: Whose Line Is It Anyway?
8:30pm: Whose Line Is It Anyway? (repeats)
9pm:  America's Next Top Model

NEW FALL SHOWS

The Flash: Spin-off of Arrow about Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), a scientist who develops the power of super speed.

Jane the Virgin: A devout Catholic virgin gets accidentally artificially inseminated.
    
NEW MID-SEASON SHOWS

iZombie: From Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas, this drama centers on a zombie (Rose McIver) who gets a job in the coroner's office for a constant supply of brains, but she also absorbs the memories of the people she eats, which she uses to help the police solve their murders.

The Messengers: Starring One Tree Hill's Shantel VanSanten, a mysterious object crashes to Earth and kills several unconnected people with an energy pulse. But they come back and are responsible for stopping the apocalypse.



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