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CW summer, fall premiere schedules mix things up

The CW is mixing things up with its prime-time lineup this summer and fall. The network will delay its fall season until October--except for the reality show "America's Next Top Model."

Here are the details, which were announced last week (but I'm playing catch-up). Tyra Banks will launch the new season of "America's Next Top Model: College Edition" with a new format on Aug. 24, which really ends up being part of the The CW's summer schedule that also includes the obstacle-course challenge "Oh Sit!" (Aug. 15), the Queen Latifah-produced talent show "The Next: Fame Is at Your Doorstep" (Aug. 16), Season 2 of "The L.A. Complex" (July 17) and reality series "Remodeled" (July 9).

As for the fall schedule, CW kicks off its premieres Oct. 2 with the new season of "Hart of Dixie." Three new shows will air in the fall, "Arrow" (Oct. 10), "Beauty and the Beast" (Oct. 11) and "Emily Owens, M.D." (Oct. 16). "The Carrie Diaries" will premiere at midseason.

Watch sneak peeks of the new shows here.

CW's FALL PREMIERE SCHEDULE
New series in CAPS. All times Central.

Tuesday, Oct. 2
7 p.m.: "Hart of Dixie" (season premiere)

Wednesday, Oct. 3
8 p.m.: "Supernatural" (season premiere)

Monday, Oct. 8
7 p.m.: "90210" (season premiere)
8 p.m.: "Gossip Girl" (season premiere)
 
Wednesday, Oct.10
7 p.m.: "ARROW" (series premiere)
8 p.m.: "Supernatural"
 
Thursday, Oct. 11
7 p.m.: "The Vampire Diaries" (season premiere)
8 p.m.: "BEAUTY AND THE BEAST" (series premiere)
 
Tuesday, Oct. 16
7 p.m.: "Hart of Dixie"
8 p.m.: "EMILY OWENS, M.D." (series premiere)
 
Friday, Oct. 19
7 p.m.: "America's Next Top Model: College Edition" (season premiere was Aug. 24)
8 p.m.: "Nikita" (season premiere)

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