‘Arrow’ No Longer Leads The Pack, CW Moves Show To Thursday

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The CW Network announced its Fall 2017 premiere dates Thursday, and the network’’s entire primetime line-up will debut the week of Monday, October 9.
The biggest change is the move of ‘Arrow’ to Thursday night. The series averaged 1.755 million viewers last season, down almost 30% compared to season four. ‘Arrow’ will look to rebound in season six.

THE CW NETWORK TO PREMIERE ENTIRE FALL LINE-UP DURING THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 9

“Supergirl” Returns Monday, October 9,

Followed by the Exciting New Military Drama “Valor”

The CW’s Highest-Rated Series, “The Flash,” is Back Tuesday, October 10,

Followed by the Return of “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”

“Riverdale” Premieres Wednesday, October 11, Paired with the Series Premiere

Of the All-New “Dynasty”

“Supernatural” and “Arrow” Team-Up for The CW’s New Thursday Night on October 12

“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” and “Jane The Virgin” Are Back-to-Back on Friday, October 13


What CW show are you most excited for? Comment below.

Matthew Sardo
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1 COMMENT

  1. I’m surprised by the move but whatever works better. Putting it with Supernatural should help.

    I like the shows staying in the same timeslot but regardless. Can’t wait for these shows to Come back!

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