CHECK THIS OUT BFFs! Here's The CW's Fall Lineup And It's Lookin GOOD!

Thu, May 20, 2010 12:41pm EST by 3 Comments


We told you FIRST about Smallville being cancelled but NOW we have the full CW schedule for this fall! Take a peek at the sched and tell us if you’ll be watching the CW!

HollywoodLifers, we’ve got what you want! We have gotten our hands on CW’s full plan of attack for TV this fall. They’ve got new shows, new times it’s all brand new! broke the news about this upcoming season being Smallville‘s last after their star Tom Welling spilled the scoop! But it looks like the CW will be attempting to keep their fans interest by adding TWO new shows Hellcats, a comedy about college cheerleaders and Nikita, a drama filled with drugs, prison, and running from the law! Nikita sounds intense!

Check out the new fall schedule and tell us what you think!


8:00PM 90210 (New Night)

9:00 PM Gossip Girl


8:00PM One Tree Hill (New Night)

9:00PM Life Unexpected (New Night)


8:00PM America’s Next Top Model

9:00PM Hellcats (New Series)


8:00 PM The Vampire Diaries

9:00 PM Nikita


8:00 PM Smallville (Last Season)

9:00 PM Supernatural (New Night)



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Posted at 11:16 AM on May 21, 2010  

There used to be a show back in the days and the main character was Nakita, and it sounds just like what you have described.

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Posted at 2:21 PM on May 20, 2010  

Poor Supernatural. It’s never a good thing when you’re moved to the deadest night on TV. (Saturdays don’t even exist anymore.) Vampire Diaries and Supernatural, I think, went really well together on Thursdays.

The only other real noticeable swap (OTH and 90210) — no big.

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Posted at 4:31 PM on July 15, 2010  


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