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THE CW Announces SUPERGIRL, ARROW, THE FLASH, and More Fall Premiere Dates

Even though the first official day of summer is only a few days away, it’s never too early to make sure your DVR is prepared for the return of this fall’s shows. As such, The CW has released the premiere dates its fall shows, and if you are a fan of the Justice League, or any number of their seemingly unending comic book/super shows, you won’t be disappointed.

Starting Tuesday, October 4—with the third season premiere of The Flash—the Monday-Thursday line-up will feature a different DC Entertainment show each night. Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will remain on Wednesday and Thursday respectively, with CBS transplant Supergirl keeping her Monday spot, just on a new network (don’t forget that the season 2 premiere will feature Tyler Hoechlin’s debut as Kara’s cousin and Man of Steel Superman).

The CW DOES have other programs, though, I promise! The long-running Supernatural will move to Thursdays starting October 13, and the critically acclaimed Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend will be on Mondays and Fridays, respectively. You can check out the full schedule below, which includes new shows No Tomorrow and Frequency.

October 4 (Tuesday)
The Flash
No Tomorrow

October 5 (Wednesday)
Arrow
Frequency

October 10 (Monday)
Supergirl

October 13 (Thursday)
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow
Supernatural

October 17 (Monday)
Jane the Virgin

October 21 (Friday)
The Vampire Diaries
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Fear not, fans of iZombie and The 100. They will be returning midseason, alongside The Originals, Reign, and the debut of the Archie Comics-inspired series Riverdale.

So what do you think? Which series’ return are you the most excited for? Which new show are you looking forward to? Let me know on Twitter or sound off in the comments below.

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