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The CW Makes Schedule Changes After Production Halt

The CW Makes Schedule Changes After Production Halt

The CW is changing around its spring schedule following the shutdown of production amid the current health crisis.

The television network has made the changes in order to fill in slots that were supposed to be taken up by current series that can’t shoot right now, THR reports.

Specifically, the premiere date of Whose Line Is It Anyway? is moving up to March 30, filling in the 8 p.m. spot currently occupied by Supernatural. (Supernatural aired its final finished episode on Monday.)

Season two of In the Dark will now premiere on April 16 instead of in late May to fill in for Legacies. (Legacies‘ last completed episode airs on March 26.)

DC show Stargirl will premiere on May 19 (back a week from its original date) after the end of The Flash, and one day after its premiere on streaming service DC Universe.

The CW plans to air all finished episodes of its series. Supernatural, Legacies, and The Flash will resume production as soon as possible.

The 100‘s final season will still premiere on May 20.

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