RedEye

The CW unveils fall premiere dates

The young folks don't like to be on time.

Taking a cue from last season's strategy, the CW is launching its fall season in October to distance itself from the fray its competitors will unleash in September.

"Hart of Dixie" and "Beauty and the Beast" will kick things into gear on Monday, Oct. 7. The network will launch three new series this season: "Vampire Diaries" spinoff "The Originals," '70s sci-fi reboot "The Tomorrow People" and period drama "Reign." Sophomore teen soap "The Carrie Diaries" will close out the premiere roll out on Friday, Oct. 25.       

VIDEO: Summer 2013 TV preview

Here's the full rundown on the CW's fall premiere schedule:

Monday, Oct. 7

8:00-9:00 PM                 "Hart of Dixie" (season premiere)

9:00-10:00 PM               "Beauty and the Beast" (season premiere)

Wednesday, Oct.9

8:00-9:00 PM                 "Arrow" (season premiere)

9:00-10:00 PM               "The Tomorrow People" (series premiere)

Thursday, Oct.10

8:00-9:00 PM                "The Vampire Diaries" (season premiere)

9:00-10:00 PM               "Reign" (series premiere)

Tuesday, Oct. 15

8:00-9:00 PM                 "The Originals" (series premiere)

9:00-10:00 PM               "Supernatural" (season premiere)

Friday, Oct.25

8:00-9:00 PM                 "The Carrie Diaries" (season premiere)

9:00-10:00 PM               'America's Nex Top Model"

 

(All Times ET/PT)

 

ALSO:

The CW reshuffles schedule

CW ventures further into sci-fi/fantasy with new fall shows

The CW network aims to draw more viewers by going broad

Follow @villarrealy

yvonne.villarreal@latimes.com

 

PHOTOS, VIDEOS & MORE: PHOTOS: TV shows and their spinoffs Overrated/Underrated 2014 PHOTOS: 101 best-written TV shows of all time

Copyright © 2015, RedEye
Related Content
  • Marrow's 'The Gold Standard' raises the Chicago rock bar

    Marrow's 'The Gold Standard' raises the Chicago rock bar

    The four musicians in Marrow know quite a bit about bringing diverse influences to the table. After all, three of them, singer-guitarist Liam Kazar, singer-keyboardist Macie Stewart and bassist Lane Beckstrom were in Kids These Days, a now-defunct septet that combined jazz, funk, rap and rock in...

  • The Kids These Days family tree

    The Kids These Days family tree

    From its 2009 beginnings to its 2013 demise, Chicago's Kids These Days seemed like one of the most promising acts the city had seen in years. While the band split up at the height of its hype, its members have since gone on to do bigger and better things—seriously impressive considering the hip-hop/rock/jazz...

  • Chicago sues red light camera firm for $300 million

    Chicago sues red light camera firm for $300 million

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration has sued Chicago's former red light camera operator, Redflex Traffic Systems, for more than $300 million on grounds the entire program was built on a $2 million bribery scheme at City Hall that has already led to federal corruption convictions.

  • Solid 'Gold': How ex-Kids These Days members came back stronger as Marrow

    Solid 'Gold': How ex-Kids These Days members came back stronger as Marrow

    After the dissolution of Kids These Days, the much-buzzed about Chicago fusion-jazz-rock-rap septet that split in spring 2013 just a few months after releasing its only album, “Traphouse Rock,” some of its members spent what seems like all of 20 minutes bandless. "We were driving back from the...

  • Mr Twin Sister's 'In the House of Yes' is one of last year's hidden treasures

    Mr Twin Sister's 'In the House of Yes' is one of last year's hidden treasures

    Welcome to RedEye's "Song of the Day," an ongoing feature where music reporter Josh Terry or another RedEye staff member highlights something they're listening to. Some days the track will be new, and some days it will be old. No matter what, each offering is something you should check out. Check...

  • GrubHub's weekend customer-support issues made people hangry

    GrubHub's weekend customer-support issues made people hangry

    Technical difficulties at GrubHub and Seamless over the weekend drove hordes of hangry would-be customers to air their grievances on social media. The food ordering and delivery sites, which merged in 2013 and use GrubHub’s back-end technology, errantly accepted payments on Saturday evening without...

Comments
Loading
83°