List of programs broadcast by The CW

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The following is a list of programs which have been or are soon to be broadcast on The CW. Programs carried over from UPN and The WB (which merged to form The CW) are noted.

The article also lists programs distributed for syndication (some of which were originally acquired by predecessor service The WB 100+ Station Group, prior to the announcement of The CW's launch and the shutdowns of The WB and UPN) that were acquired by The CW for broadcast on The CW Plus, a specialized programming feed which provides a master schedule of CW network and acquired programs mainly to media markets ranked above #100 by Nielsen.

Current programming[edit]

Jensen Ackles (left) and Jared Padalecki - stars of Supernatural, The CW's longest running scripted series
Stephen Amell - star of Arrow, which brought ratings success to The CW and spawned a shared universe with spin-offs The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow.
Gina Rodriguez- star of Jane the Virgin which bought The CW its first ever Golden Globe.

Dramas[edit]

Comedies[edit]

Reality/unscripted[edit]

Specials[edit]

Daytime[edit]

See also: The CW Daytime

Saturday morning[edit]

  • Calling Dr. Pol (2014–present)
  • Dog Whisperer: Family Edition (2014–present)
  • Expedition Wild (2014–present)
  • Rock The Park (2014–present)
  • Dog Town, USA (2015–present)

The CW Plus[edit]

Syndicated talk shows[edit]

Sitcoms[edit]

Game shows[edit]

Drama[edit]

Reality[edit]

Children's/educational programming[edit]

Religious[edit]

Upcoming programming[edit]

Dramas[edit]

Comedies[edit]

The CW Plus[edit]

Reality[edit]

  • The Big Big Show (premieres September 2015)[17]

Talk shows[edit]

  • Crazy Talk (premieres September 14, 2015)[18]

Former programming[edit]

Dramas[edit]

Sitcoms[edit]

Miniseries[edit]

Reality/other[edit]

Specials[edit]

Daytime[edit]

Network-aired repeats[edit]

The CW Plus[edit]

Dramas[edit]

Sitcoms/sketch comedy[edit]

Reality/court[edit]

News/talk shows[edit]

Children's programming[edit]

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