The CW unveiled its plans for the fall, and officially unveiled footage from the two new genre-esque shows that will be joining the schedule.
First up is Frequency, based on the 2000 sci-fi thriller of the same name. This version follows a cop (Tomorrow People alum Peyton List) who manages to connect with her dead dad thanks to some time-twisting stuff with a ham radio. In this version, List’s character manages to save her father, which changes the timeline thanks to the “butterfly effect” and messes up a whole lot of stuff in the process.
The series, which will air on Wednesdays, focuses on the mission to try and fix the altered timeline. It looks like it could be solid, and at least brings a fresh twist to the tried and true procedural genre. Check out the Frequency trailer below:
Up next, the network also premiered a first look at No Tomorrow, the genre-tinged dramedy about a young couple who are trying to fulfill their bucket lists before the end of the world. The show is slated to air on Tuesday nights. It definitely looks like a good fit for the network’s female-friendly fare, i.e. Jane the Virgin, iZombie, etc.
Check out the preview below:
The CW also put together a little trailer teasing Supergirl’s move to the network from CBS. No fresh footage, but still fun:
Last but not least, the network has also cut together a trailer showing off all its various superheroes. It’s little more than a geek-out hype video, but hey, we’ll take it: