It's an exciting time to be a fan of The CW. With the impending expansion back into Sunday night programming, the network has more room for original programming than it has had since 2009 when it originally shifted to only five days of original scripted content.

This is welcome news for fans of several of the networks lower-rated shows, which may not have made the cut otherwise. Even so, space on The CW's 2018-2019 schedule is tight given that the network granted early renewals to 10 of its current shows, including The Flash, Supernatural and Riverdale. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend will also return for its final season next year, and Jane the Virgin is reportedly coming to a close as well, potentially bringing an end to The CW's short-lived era of Golden Globe-winning, female-fronted critical hits (at least for now).

The CW also entered into the 2018 fall season with a slew of promising (and quite eccentric) pilots to choose from that ranged from predictable (who's ready for those potential Roswell and Charmed reboots?) to ones that feel delightfully fresh. So which pilots got the elusive series pickup and which CW staples have come to the end of the road?

Below you'll find all of the news out of Upfronts related to The CW's 2018-2019 schedule. For more information, check out everything you need to know about NBC, Fox, ABC and CBS' fall lineups here.

SCHEDULE

The CW's 2018-2019 Fall Schedule: Supergirl and Arrow Are on the Move

NEW SHOW TRAILERS

Watch the Trailer for The CW's Sexy High School Football Drama All American

The Trailer for The CW's Charmed Reboot Is Pure Magic

RENEWALS AND PICKUPS

The CW Does the Right Thing, Renews iZombie for Season 5

The CW Renewed The 100 for Season 6, Thank God

The CW Renews The Flash, Supernatural and Eight More

The CW Picks Up Roswell and Charmed Reboots, and The Originals Spin-Off

Fall TV 2018: Must-Watch New Shows

  • Natalie Morales, Neil Flynn; Abby's —

    Abby's is an unlicensed bar run by Abby (The Grinder's Natalie Morales) in San Diego where the regulars enthusiastically enforce a unique set of rules that give them a sense of community and allow them to avoid the frustrating behavior found at other establishments. The multi-camera comedy will be filmed outside in front of a live studio audience.

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CANCELLATIONS

With the End of Jane the Virgin, iZombie and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, It's the End of an Era at The CW

Valor Got Its Marching Orders, It's Canceled

Life Sentence Is Canceled, Says Lucy Hale

MISCELLANEOUS

The Roswell, New Mexico Stars Promise the Reboot Will Feature "Throwbacks" to the Original Series

The CW Responds to Charmed Reboot Backlash

Why The CW Isn't Moving Forward with Wayward Sisters

A Fan Petition to Save Wayward Sisters Picks Up Steam

Supernatural Spin-Off Wayward Sisters Is a No-Go at CW

The Wayward Sisters Might Rejoin Supernatural in Season 14


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