What’s the thing with CW show titles? The puns just write themselves, right?
The network is laying out plans for next season, and as part of the process, two shows have officially been axed: The time travel-ish series No Frequency, and the apocalypse-themed romantic drama No Tomorrow. The ratings were pretty bad for both shows (an average of a paltry 0.3 among adults 18-49), even by CW standards, so the cancellations aren’t much of a shock for those who follow the industry. But it’s still a bummer for fans who enjoyed them.
According to Deadline, the network was waiting to see if either show gained some steam once hitting Netflix, but that was apparently not the case. So they’re done. Frequency actually wasn’t terrible, and put a cool sci-fi spin on the police procedural, if you’re looking for a good binge this summer.
But, with these two officially gone, it should make room for Black Lightning, and whatever else the network decides to bring out this fall. So, here’s hoping for cool things from the fall slate.