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The CW Gives Early Renewal to Drama ‘Sullivan’s Crossing’

The CW has given an early renewal to one of its fall dramas — and will become a creative partner in the show. The network has picked up a second season of Sullivan’s Crossing, a family drama starring Morgan Kohan and CW alums Scott Patterson (Gilmore Girls) and Chad Michael Murray (One Tree Hill). The series, […]

The CW Nabs ‘Inside the NFL,’ Continuing Push Into Sports

The CW has scored a pretty big get — a partnership with the NFL — as it continues to push into sports programming. The network will be the new home for the long-running Inside the NFL, a weekly highlight and interview show that recaps the previous weekend’s action using footage from NFL Films. The coming season will […]

Merger With PGA Won’t Impact The CW’s LIV Golf Coverage

The CW’s coverage of LIV Golf won’t be impacted by the upstart league’s merger with the PGA Tour. “This is an exciting day to unify and grow the game of golf. There is no change to the LIV Golf event schedule for 2023 on The CW. We look forward to broadcasting seven more exciting tournaments […]

Veteran Exec Cathy Nam Joins Universal as Senior VP, Global Communications

Longtime communications executive Cathy Nam has joined Universal Filmed Entertainment Group as senior vp, global communications. The executive is moving from New Line Cinema, the Warner Bros. division at which she spent over two decades honing her PR skills. Per Tuesday’s announcement, Nam will help steer the integrated communications strategy efforts across UFEG’s global portfolio, […]

Martin Scorsese, Oprah Winfrey, George Clooney Share Memories in ‘100 Years of Warner Bros.’ Docuseries Trailer

More than 60 actors, filmmakers and industry insiders reflect on the first 100 years of the Warner Bros. film studio in four original specials that are soon to start streaming on Max. Martin Scorsese, Oprah Winfrey, Keanu Reeves, Todd Phillips, Patty Jenkins and George Clooney are among those sitting down for 100 Years of Warner […]

Superhero Shows “Had Their Time” as New CW Leaders Outline Plans to Make Network “Bigger and Profitable”

The new CW regime outlined their pitch to reinvent the network beyond its former roster of DC Comics-inspired superhero shows in an effort to make the now Nexstar-controlled broadcaster profitable by 2025. Former Pop TV president Brad Schwartz, now entertainment president at The CW, and network president Dennis Miller (no, not that one) talked press […]

The CW Outlines New Approach to Scripted Development: “It’s a Mix of Everything”

As The CW cut away most of its scripted series over the past two seasons, then built up its 2023-24 schedule with a number of series that originated elsewhere, a narrative took hold: The network, under new owners Nexstar, was looking for inexpensive programming to fill its lineup and abandoning homegrown original series to chase […]

The CW Nabs Big-Budget Euro Series ‘The Swarm’ for U.S.

The Swarm, the big-budget series based on the Frank Schätzing best-seller and executive produced by Game of Thrones producer Frank Doelger, has landed with The CW in the U.S.. The deal sees the Beta Film and ZDF Studios thriller headed to American audiences after debuting at the Berlin Film Festival and recently being acquired by […]

The CW Sets Acquisition-Heavy 2023-24 Schedule

The CW has released its schedule for 2023-24 — its first since local TV giant Nexstar took controlling ownership of the network — and as expected, it’s light on homegrown shows and features a number of series that began their lives elsewhere. All American will lead off the week (pending resolution of the writers strike) in its […]

What Is The CW’s Brand? Because It’s Not Homegrown Originals Anymore

In 2000, when UPN landed The Hughleys from ABC as well as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Roswell from The WB Network, industry insiders dubbed it the “Used Parts Network.” Flash forward two decades and The CW’s roster of homegrown scripted originals has tumbled from 18 in the 2021-22 broadcast season to only two shows, […]

The CW Grabs ’61st Street’ Drama After AMC Cancellation

The CW’s latest acquisition comes from an unlikely place: AMC. The broadcast network has picked up both seasons of the drama series 61st Street from AMC. The legal thriller stars Courtney B. Vance as an attorney defending a high school athlete (Tosin Cole) who get swept up in Chicago’s corrupt criminal justice system. AMC picked […]

Ava DuVernay, Warner Bros. TV End Overall Deal

Ava DuVernay and Warner Bros. Television are parting ways. Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that the prolific multihyphenate has opted to end her overall deal with the studio following the conclusion of her five-year deal. The rich pact, which DuVernay signed in late 2018, officially ends May 31. Insiders say DuVernay is expected to focus […]