The CW announces fall premiere dates

Three new series join lineup

The CW Network will roll-out its Fall 2013 launch this October with the premieres of three new series and returning favorites on new nights.


The CW returns to Bluebell, Alabama for a third season of Southern charm and hospitality with Rachel Bilson in Hart of Dixie on Monday, Oct. 7 (7 p.m. CT), followed by the epic romance of Beauty and the Beast, starring Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan, on a new night (8 p.m. CT).

On Wednesday, Oct. 9, Stephen Amell dons the green hood for the second season of The CW’s most-watched series Arrow (7 p.m. CT), followed by the action-packed adventure of The Tomorrow People (8 p.m. CT), starring Robbie Amell.

On Thursdays, the network’s number one series in its key demos, The Vampire Diaries, returns for another season of highly addictive drama on Oct. 10 (7 p.m. CT), followed by the highly anticipated new series Reign (8 p.m. CT), starring Adelaide Kane as Mary, Queen of Scots.

On Oct. 15, The CW kicks off its new Tuesday night with The Originals (7 p.m. CT) as the original family from “The Vampire Diaries,” Klaus (Joseph Morgan), Elijah (Daniel Gillies) and Rebekah (Claire Holt), find a new home in New Orleans, a city now run by Klaus’s former protégée Marcel (Charles Michael Davis).  The Winchester brothers of Supernatural – Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) – move to their new home on Tuesday (8 p.m. CT).

AnnaSophia Robb returns as the iconic Carrie Bradshaw in The Carrie Diaries, Friday, Oct. 25 (7 p.m. CT) followed by America's Next Top Model: Guys and Girls, which premieres on Aug. 2.
The CW Network's programming can be seen in our region on Local 7 CW WTVW (Evansville), WBKI-TV (Louisville), Indiana's 4 WTTV (Bloomington/Indianapolis), WQWQ 9/WQTV 24/KFVS 12.2 (Paducah/Murray/Cape Girardeau), KPLR 11 (St. Louis), WBKO-CW (Bowling Green) and WNAB-CW58 (Nashville).

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