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As The CW revealed its fall schedule, some shows are still on the verge of renewal. The CW is reviewing its catalog of shows in order to make decisions that will heavily rely on Canadian shows and unscripted TV for the new fall schedule. The network has a long history of success with drama series and superhero properties geared towards the teen market. Some of their biggest shows came from the Arrowverse, which consisted of


, Superman & Lois, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, Batgirl, etc. The CW has since canceled a number of them while others naturally come to an end, but the current slate isn’t necessarily on solid ground despite some being winners.Deadline is now reporting that programming for the channel is looking at the expense of these shows like Superman & Lois

, Gotham Knights, and All-American: Homecoming since they cost a lot of money to produce and the network doesn’t have streaming rights. Brad Schwartz, President of Entertainment for The CW, calls it frustrating. We’re still looking over those analyzing the shows… and looking into our budgets for 2024. We love them all, and they are all very successful in different ways. Schwartz explains that we will make decisions about them sooner or later. What makes this analysis difficult is that Superman & Lois, one of the strongest shows on the network, is not included in it. The superhero series has aired for three seasons since spinning off from

Supergirl, which emigrated onto the network from CBS. The show is based on DC Comics characters and was created by Greg Berlanti & Todd Helbing. The series stars Tyler Hoechlin as the titular character and Elizabeth Tulloch in a supporting role. All-American: Homecoming is a spin-off of All-American

and has been on for two seasons. The show “follows Simone Hicks leaves behind her boyfriend Jordan in Los Angeles and attends Bringston University, a historically black college in Atlanta, Georgia where she decides to pursue her dreams of being a pro tennis player.”Gotham Knights, the newest of the bunch, premiered back in March. This series is based on the Batman universe and was created by Natalie Abrams and Chad Fiveash. “It follows Bruce Wayne’s adopted son Turner Hayes, who is framed of murder by the Gotham City Police Department and Harvey Dent before becoming Gotham’s new protectors.”


Entertainment - Media News Watch originally published at Entertainment - Media News Watch