Here’s How The CW is Moving its Schedule for ‘Supernatural’ and Other Shows in Wake of COVID-19

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The impact of COVID-19 on Hollywood productions continues as circumstances climb and security measures enhance. Weeks into the disaster, tv networks are halting and rearranging their schedules to adapt to those adjustments.

Some collection have been compelled to postpone taking pictures till additional discover, and others have sufficient episodes to air their full seasons. Here’s a take a look at Supernatural and different exhibits on The CW which are being switched round for 2020.  

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(L-R): Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles in ‘Supernatural’ | Shane Harvey/The CW


With this being the ultimate season of the beloved collection, The CW desires to make sure Supernatural will get a correct farewell.

The final two episodes of the present have but to be filmed, however per Deadline, the community will air the ultimate seven episodes in succession later this yr. That will give followers time to benefit from the Winchesters with some continuity.

‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’

Supernatural superfans know that the present was moved to its new time slot on Mondays on March 16. Going ahead, Whose Line Is It Anyway? will air in its stead starting on March 30. Look for brand spanking new episodes of the comedy at Eight p.m. EST adopted by reruns at 8:30 p.m.


The second season of Legacies unofficially wrapped up with its March 26 episode, and the final new one filmed earlier than manufacturing shutdowns. Another collection is taking its place in April.

‘In the Dark’

According a press release from The
, In the Dark is taking the Legacies Thursday night time time
slot. Season 2 of In the Dark will transfer from its authentic premiere date
of May 28 to April 16 at 9 p.m. EST. An all-new episode of Katy Keene
will precede it at Eight p.m.

DC’s Stargirl

The extremely anticipated DC comics superhero Stargirl will
make her debut one week early. Since The Flash’s season is shortened and
will finish on May 12, DC’s Stargirl will fill the slot on Tuesday, May
19 at Eight p.m. EST. If you’re unfamiliar with the brand new present, right here’s the logline from
The CW:

The new DC UNIVERSE drama collection DC’S STARGIRL follows highschool sophomore
Courtney Whitmore as she evokes an unlikely group of younger heroes to cease the
villains of the previous. This new drama reimagines Stargirl and the very first
superhero workforce, the Justice Society of America, in an unpredictable collection. 

‘The Flash’

Fans ought to put together for some repeats in the course of the
ultimate weeks of this season’s The Flash. However, an authentic episode
will air on May 12, the final of the yr as a result of coronavirus shutdown. Catch
it in its regular Eight p.m. time slot.

‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’

The new season of the favored DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will premiere after DC’s Stargirl on Tuesday, May 19 at 9 p.m. EST.

There hasn’t been an official announcement relating to schedule adjustments for different collection on The CW equivalent to Riverdale, Charmed or Nancy Drew, however it’s seemingly the community will run repeats within the coming weeks.

Per Deadline, it’s seemingly The CW will alternate authentic episodes with reruns of exhibits whose seasons are incomplete. That contains Batwoman, Supergirl, and the aforementioned Charmed and Nancy Drew.

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