The set-in-West Covina musical comedy “Crazy Ex- Girlfriend” will begin its second season on Oct. 21, the CW has announced along with the premiere dates for its other nine fall series.
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” has been shifted to 9 p.m. on Fridays.
“Supergirl,” which aired on CBS during the 2015-16 season, will make its CW debut Oct. 10, continuing to air in the 8 p.m. Monday time slot it had on CBS.
The first of the two new series to premiere on the CW this fall, the romantic comedy “No Tomorrow,” will debut at 9 p.m. Oct. 4.
“No Tomorrow” stars Tori Anderson as a risk-adverse quality control assessor who meets a charming free-spirited man (Joshua Sasse) who believes that in eight months and 12 days a runaway asteroid will strike Earth, killing everyone and has an “Apocalyst,” a list of everything he wants to do before the world ends. It is based on a Brazilian series.
The other new series on the CW this fall, “Frequency,” based on the 2000 movie, will debut at 9 p.m. Oct. 5.
“Frequency” stars Peyton List as a New York Police Department detective who changes the past and present after hearing the voice of her
police officer father (Riley Smith) who was slain in 1996 on his long- broken ham radio in 2016.
Here are the debut dates for the CW’s other fall series:
— “The Flash” (Oct. 4);
— “Arrow” (Oct. 5);
— “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (Oct. 13);
— “Supernatural (Oct. 13)
— “Jane the Virgin (Oct. 17); and
— “The Vampire Diaries” (Oct. 21).
—City News Service