The CW 2013-2014 Fall TV Season Lineup

by on May 16, 2013

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The upcoming 2013-2014 Fall TV season saw some popular and not so popular TV renewals and cancellations from the season before.  The CW network is bringing six new series and a few more in the mid-season.

Of note, I’m a bit disappointed in the new nights for Beauty and the Beast & Supernatural.  These moves could spell doom for these shows.

“Hart of Dixie” (new night)
“Beauty and the Beast” (new night)

“Supernatural” (new night)


“The Vampire Diaries”

“The Carrie Diaries” (new night)
“America’s Next Top Model”
Nikita (midseason)

New Show Descriptions

“The 100” (midseason)
Based on the upcoming book series “The Hundred” and set 97 years after a nuclear war destroys civilization, a spaceship housing the lone human survivors sends 100 juvenile delinquents back to earth to look into the possibility of re-colonizing the planet. The cast includes Eliza Taylor (“Neighbours”), Bob Morley (“Home and Away”), Eli Goree (“Emily Owens, M.D.”), Henry Ian Cusick (“Lost”), Marie Avgeropoulos (“Cult”), Paige Turco (“Person of Interest”) and Isaiah Washington (“Grey’s Anatomy”).

“The Originals”
Spun-off from “The Vampire Diaries,” a family of vampires who find themselves displaced in the French Quarter of New Orleans is the focus. The ensemble cast includes Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies, Claire Holt, Danielle Campbell (“Prison Break”), Charles Michael Davis (“The Game”) and Leah Pipes (“Sorority Row”).

Described as an historical and romantic drama that reveals a previously unknown story of Mary Queen of Scots, Mary’s rise to power in the 16th century French court is the focus. Adelaide Kane (“Neighbours”), Toby Regbo, Megan Follows (“Anne of Green Gables”), Anna Popplewell, Rissif Sutherland and Jenessa Grant star.

“Star-Crossed” (midseason)
Based on a Spanish format, the series centers around a human girl and and an alien boy, after he and eight others of his kind are integrated into a suburban high school after being consigned to an internment camp. Aimee Teagarden (“Friday Night Lights”) and Matt Lanter (“(0210”) lead the cast.

“The Tomorrow People”
Based on a 1970s UK series and focused on an eighteen year old who finds out he is acquiring supernatural powers, a group of young people from around the world represent the next stage of human evolution referred to as “The Tomorrow People.” Born to human parents, they develop special abilities and band together to fight the forces of evil. Peyton List (“Mad Men”), Luke Mitchell (“Home and Away”), Robbie Amell (“Revenge”) and Mark Pellegrino (“Lost”) star.

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