While countries may slowly be lifting coronavirus restrictions, film and television productions still have a long way to go. That’s clearly evident in the new schedule released by The CW for the upcoming season.
On Wednesday, The CW released its 2020/2021 television season schedule, and it’s very much about 2021. When the fall season rolls around, the only returning hour-long drama will be the final episodes of Supernatural. The series had more episodes shot than have been shown so far, and they are only awaiting some post-production work.
The fall will also be where The CW will run its recently acquired Swamp Thing season it purchased from DC Universe.
- 8 p.m.: Whose Line Is It Anyway?
- 8:30 p.m.: Whose Line Is It Anyway?
- 9 p.m.: Penn & Teller: Fool Us
- 8 p.m.: Swamp Thing
- 9 p.m.: Tell Me A Story
- 8 p.m.: Two Sentence Horror Stories
- 8:30 p.m.: Dead Pixels
- 9 p.m. Coroner
- 8 p.m.: Supernatural
- 9 p.m.: The Outpost
- 8 p.m.: World’s Funniest Animals
- 8:30 p.m.: World’s Funniest Animals
- 9 p.m.: Penn & Teller: Fool Us (encores)
- 8 p.m.: Masters of Illusion
- 8:30 p.m.: Masters of Illusion
- 9 p.m.: Pandora
Once 2021 finally rolls around, all of the Arrowverse shows will return and they will be joined by Superman & Lois.
This reconfigured airing of shows will also lead to a much smaller DC crossover than we saw with Crisis on Infinite Earths. The only two shows to be involved will be Superman & Lois and Batwoman.
- 8 p.m.: All American
- 9 p.m.: Black Lightning
- 8 p.m.: Riverdale
- 9 p.m.: Nancy Drew
- 8 p.m.: Walker
- 9 p.m.: Legacies
- 8 p.m.: Penn & Teller: Fool Us
- 9 p.m.: Whose Line Is It Anyway?
- 9:30 p.m.: Whose Line Is It Anyway?
- 8 p.m.: Batwoman
- 9 p.m.: Charmed
If you’re curious about the status of any other TV shows, be sure to check out Which TV Shows are Canceled and Renewed for 2020/2021!