After Bruce Wayne''s murder, the CW finds it difficult to match the children of Batman''s adversaries when they are all framed for killing the Caped Crusader. When Gotham descends into the most dangerous its ever been, Oscar and his team of mismatched fugitives must protect the city in Batman''s absence.
Another CW addition, Walker: Independence, is a lifelong adventure, but it takes place far from the city and back in time. Set in the 1800s, the show reveals Abby Walker''s husband''s murder and connects with Hoyt Rawlins along the way. While traveling together, the couple encounters the changing world around them, although becoming agents of change themselves in a town where nothing is unclear, according to the shows.
The Winchesters, the third series to join The CW lineup, is a half-hour drama. Supernaturalfans will be amazed to learn of the prequel series, which follows Sam and Deans, parents John and Mary. The CW describes The Winchestersas as an epic, untold love story about how John (Drake Rodger) met Mary (Meg Donnelly) and how they put it all on the line to not only save their love, but the whole world.
Along with some of the network''s exciting new features, the CW is returning some of its favorites. All American: Homecoming, All American, Kung Fu, Nancy Drew, Riverdale, and Superman are all on the rise.
Both Charmed and Roswell, New Mexico, will feature on The CW after four seasons each.Into the Darkhas not been renewed for a fifth season, while The 4400andNaomi have each been canceled after one season on the network. Dynasty, which had the longest run of recently canceled shows, has reached its conclusion after five seasons.
While TBD is still true, stars of showsLegacies, Tom Swift, and Stargirl, as both the upcoming network Upfronts loom next week, as well as a potential sale of the network.