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5 CW Shows You’ll Be Glad To Hear Were Renewed

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The CW has announced its plans to expand to a six-night schedule for its upcoming season, which will feature the return of many fan-favorite shows. Here you’ll discover which of your favorite shows will be making a 2018 comeback to continue delivering comedy, intrigue, and superhuman adventure.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: Season 4

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is the tale of a young New Yorker (played by Rachel Bloom), who suddenly decides to give up everything to move to a Los Angeles suburb in search of love. Though we are super excited to see the show return for a fourth season, enjoy it while you can! Bloom has said that this season may be its last.

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Riverdale: Season 3

Even if you’ve yet to check out Riverdale, you’ll probably recognize most of its characters. The show is a real-life rendering of the old Archie comic books, with all the characters played as steamy teens. In the first two seasons, the show took on a crime noir feel, complete with murders and twists that left us excited to see what the third will bring.

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Jane The Virgin: Season 6

Jane the Virgin is the hilarious story of a devout young Catholic girl named Jane (Gina Rodriguez) who is accidentally artificially inseminated during a routine trip to the OB-GYN gone terribly wrong. Though Rodriguez has revealed that this season will probably be the show’s last, rest assured that the actress herself isn’t going anywhere. A spokesperson for the CW recently told Variety, “Jane The Virgin is not Rodriguez’s only project at the CW. She is also developing a female-driven drama entitled Femme and a dramedy about an undocumented immigrant called Illegal.”

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Arrow: Season 7

Arrow revolves around the story of a billionaire playboy named Oliver Queen who becomes a superhero after a fateful shipwreck. The series has enjoyed six successful seasons so far and is ready to keep the adventure coming in season 7. In fact, co-creator Marc Guggenheim revealed last year that the ideas for the show’s seventh season where already being formulated. “This is the earliest we’ve ever had an idea for a season that far ahead, but it’s come out of our conversations about season six,” he told Slashfilm last August. He also revealed that whenever the ending does come, it will hold events that have been talked about since day one.

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The Flash: Season 5

The Flash is the story of Barry Allen, a young man blessed with superhuman speed. Taking place in the same DC universe as Arrow, the show is gearing up for season 5, the groundwork of which was laid in season 4. Guest director Kevin Smith revealed on Twitter that an executive producer had already filled him in on the plans for the show’s fifth season. Apparently, they were good enough to inspire him to quip, “I now have to stay alive one more year.”

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‘Charlie’s Angels’ Stars Jaclyn Smith, Cheryl Ladd Reunite To Answer Your Questions

In the 1970s, everyone loved Charlie’s Angels. The drama featured three beautiful private detectives working for an unseen Charlie. The show has resonated with fans since its premiere in 1976. Recently, stars Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd reunited for the first time on The Hollywood Reporter’s It Happened in Hollywood podcast to discuss why the show is still iconic with...

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Dean Cain Supports Michael B. Jordan As Superman

Things are shaking up a tad in Hollywood's superhero department as some actors are being switched out with newer, fresher faces. Surrounding the classic character of Superman is a great deal of buzz generated by the prospect that superstar Michael B. Jordan will assume the role of the Man of Steel. Change Up New superhero slots are opening up. Ben...

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Yahya Abdul-Mateen II To Portray Candyman In Jordan Peele’s Reboot

Released back in December, Aquaman became a box office smash for the DC Extended Universe. For Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, who portrayed Black Mantra, this was his biggest role to date. Now, he's taking over an iconic role in the horror world. Say His Name Five Times Abdul-Mateen will play the title character in Jordan Peele's Candyman reboot. Releasing on June 12, 2020, the...

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