The CW is prepping a ton of new sci-fi series to join up with Arrow, Supernatural and the rest — and now we finally know when we’ll get to see them.
First up is the debut of Star-Crossed, a new alien drama in the vein of Roswell debuting Monday, Feb. 17, at 8/7 central. The series follows a high school that becomes ground zero for the integration of teenage aliens and humans. This being The CW, I’d bet a lot of them will fall in love.
Fellow newbie The 100 will show up on Wednesday, March 19, at 9/8 central, focusing on a group of good-looking teens trying to establish a colony. The show will take The Tomorrow People’s old spot behind Arrow. That little tweak will then shift The Tomorrow People over to Mondays at 9/8 central, beginning on March 17. Of course, that means Beauty and the Beast will be going on hiatus as of March 10 to open up the timeslot.
The breakdown looks like a good mix of old and new, and the Arrow lead-in should be a great way to give The 100 a fighting chance to find an audience. Both shows look to go heavy on the “sci-fi soap” approach, so it’ll be interesting to see if they catch on.
What do you think — do you plan on checking any of these new shows out?
(Via TV Line)