The CW announced this week that it has acquired the U.S. broadcast rights to Canadian comedy series “Seed,” signalling that the network’s plan to add more comedy to its lineup is well underway…
There wasn’t much movement in the Tuesday ratings race this week, with NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” edging up and ruling as the night’s top show while dueling reality shows on ABC and Fox held…
NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” matched its season low Tuesday but remained easily the top broadcast draw in young adults, while CW’s “Whose Line Is It Anyway” edged up and was competitive with the Big…
A new DC Comics character is being eyed at the CW.
After the rebooted version of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” secured solid ratings for the net, the CW has invested in a second season of the improv comedy show, ordering 24 new halfhour episodes. "It's…
Baseball’s All-Star Game on Fox and “America’s Got Talent” on NBC were the top draws on Tuesday, but CW got off to a promising start with its “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” revival hosted by Aisha Tyler…
The CW is sticking with its strategy of bowing fall fare outside the crush of the first two weeks of the television season, announcing October start dates for all of its shows. Net’s three new shows…
Less than a year ago, the CW launched the in-house CW Digital Studio, emphasizing the net's focus on younger, online auds and Web content. After rolling out short-form comedy "Stupid Hype" and micro…
The CW's "Cult" was forced out of its Tuesday timeslot after drawing a 0.3 rating in the 18-49 demo in its first two episodes.
Networks that rely on 18-34 year-old viewers are being shortchanged by Nielsen. So said CW president Mark Pedowitz at the net's Television Critics Assn. panel Sunday in Pasadena.
The CW, a net known to skew young, has begun skewing digital as it approaches fall season.