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TV News Roundup: November 17, 2016


  • Mid-season on The CW
  • Another Marvel franchise for ABC
  • Renewals all-around 
  • More Sheldon Cooper?
The CW's mid-season schedule:
The CW has released its schedule for the second half of the current TV season.
    MONDAYS:
    8PM - Supergirl
    9PM - Jane the Virgin

    TUESDAYS:
    8PM - The Flash
    9PM - Legends of Tomorrow (Moves Jan 24)
    9PM - iZombie (Premieres April 4)

    WEDNESDAYS:
    8PM - ARROW
    9PM - THE 100 (Premieres Feb. 1)

    THURSDAYS:
    8PM - Supernatural (Moves Jan. 26)
    9PM - Riverdale (Premieres Jan. 26)

    FRIDAYS:
    8PM - The Originals (Premieres March 17)
    9PM - Reign (Premieres Feb. 10)


More Marvel heroes for ABC:
ABC is picking up the new Marvel series, INHUMANS, for fall 2017.



More NIGHT SHIFT:
NBC has renewed summer drama, THE NIGHT SHIFT, for a fourth season.



HBO renews three:
Not a surprise, but HBO has renewed freshman series, WESTWORLD, for a second season. But, surprisingly, it also renewed the low rated DIVORCE and INSECURE for sophomore runs.



CBS renews two:
CBS has given a full order commitment to MAN WITH A PLAN and THE GREAT INDOORS.



BIG BANG spin-off?:
Producers of THE BIG BANG THEORY are developing a single camera comedy that will focus on a young (10 years old) Sheldon Cooper. CBS and Warner Brothers have not confirmed anything yet.



The end of SUMMER:
Freeform has cancelled freshman series, DEAD OF SUMMER.



EPIX renews two series:
BERLIN STATION and GRAVES have been renewed for additional seasons.



The end of DUCK DYNASTY:
A&E has confirmed that DUCK DYNASTY will end in April, 2017, after a five year, 11 season run.


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