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The CW Renews 10 Shows - Find Out What's Coming Back!

The CW just revealed that ten primetime shows are getting renewed for the 2019-2020 season!

The network made the exciting announcement on Thursday (January 31) during the 2019 Winter TCA Tour.

The CW’s strategy to expand its primetime schedule to six nights a week including Sunday has been “an unqualified success” said president Mark Pedowitz.

“The early renewal of these signature CW series gives us a head start on laying out the 2019-2020 season, and this is just the beginning. These shows provide a strong foundation for our multiplatform programming strategy, and we look forward to building on this with even more returning and new shows as we approach the May upfront.”

Scroll through the slideshow to see which CW shows are coming back!

Melissa Benoist & Chris Wood Cuddle Up In Vancouver

Melissa Benoist cuddles into boyfriend Chris Wood outside a coffee shop on Saturday (January 26) in Vancouver, Canada.

The couple took a little break from walking their dogs Drift and Farley.

A new episode of Melissa‘s hit show Supergirl airs tonight (January 270!

In “Blood Memory”, Kara (Melissa) joins Nia (Nicole Maines) on a trip to Nia’s hometown to visit her family during the town’s annual Harvest Festival. While home, Nia’s mother (guest star Kate Burton) encourages her daughter to embrace her destiny. Meanwhile, Alex (Chyler Leigh) deals with a street drug that is turning people violent and giving them temporary superpowers.

Check out some stills below and tune in to TONIGHT, January 20th @ 8PM ET/PT on The CW!

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Ruby Rose Is Batwoman in 'Elseworlds' CW Crossover Event - Watch the First Teaser!

Ruby Rose is Batwoman!

The 32-year-old actress makes her debut as the superhero during The CW’s Arrow, The Flash and Supergirl crossover event called Elseworlds on December 9 – and we finally got a first look at her in action on Sunday (December 2).

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Ruby Rose

The first teaser from the CW features Ruby as Kate Kane with her red hair and cape.

“That’s…not Batman,” Green Arrow (Stephen Amell) says when he sees her in the full Batwoman costume during the sneak peek.

Watch the exciting preview below!

Melissa Benoist Films Intense 'Supergirl' Scenes With Masked Men

Melissa Benoist gets caught in chains while filming a scene on a pier for her show Supergirl on Friday (September 28) in Vancouver, Canada.

The 29-year-old actress was joined by a group of men in gold masks who held up fake guns to her.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Melissa Benoist

In between takes, Melissa could be seen letting out a smile and laughing. She was also hoisted in the air a bit during the scene.

Later that day, Melissa joined her boyfriend Chris Wood and their two dogs as they headed through the airport for another trip out of town.

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'Supergirl' Movie In the Works from Warner Bros. & DC Comics

A Supergirl movie is in the works for the DC Comics Extended Universe!

The character is currently being played by Melissa Benoist in The CW’s series Supergirl, though this is a separate project.

The Supergirl movie will be written by Oren Uziel, who previously wrote the screenplays for 22 Jump Street and The Cloverfield Paradox. He’s also writing the upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog movie.

A producer has not yet been secured for the film, according to Deadline.

WHO DO YOU THINK should play Supergirl in the upcoming movie?

Chris Wood Not Returning to 'Supergirl,' Jeremy Jordan Accepts Recurring Role

There are some changes coming to The CW’s Supergirl for the fourth season.

Jeremy Jordan‘s Winn will be going from a series regular to a recurring character. He addressed the change on Instagram.

“This is not goodbye,” Jeremy promised in a new Instagram post. “Although you may not see him putting around the DEO every week, I love everyone in National City too much to stay away forever. Winn WILL return in season 4.”

He also opened up about why he’s going from a series regular on the DC show to recurring: “It’s been the adventure of a lifetime, and breathing life into that brilliant, quirky, puppy dog nugget named Winn has been a true joy. But lately, my gut has been telling me that I’m once again ready to begin a new chapter in my life… and if I’ve learned anything, it’s that you gotta listen to your gut. So, I want to thank everyone behind the scenes at Supergirl for understanding it was time for me to return home…to spend time with my wife and friends, and focus on crafting the next stage of my career.”

In addition, Chris Wood, who plays Mon-El, will not return for season four.

“The plan for Chris was always to have him on the show for two years,” executive producer Robert Rovner explained. “We’ve loved telling Mon-El’s story, as well as the story we’ve told for him and Kara. We hope the fans felt that it was a satisfying conclusion.”

WHAT DO YOU THINK of the Supergirl changes??