An all-new cycle of “America’s Next Top Model” returns with the first-ever “College Edition,” featuring aspiring models competing for a career-launching prize package.
Excitement continues to build for “Arrow’s” premiere on Oct. 10 with the announcement of the following supervillains.
Gabby Douglas snagged the All-Around Olympic Gold for Women’s Gymnastics. The American firecracker delivered some memorable routines on bar, beam and floor with a dazzling smile that captured hearts all across the United States. Just recently, she expressed her love for the CW’s sexy vamp series, The Vampire Diaries, calling it her favorite show on television.
It’s that time again. This week we have a Twitter conversation between the creators from Arrow and The Vampire Diaries.
As the competition heats up and with an Atlantic Records recording contract awaiting the winner, The CW will broadcast the final three episodes of its new music competition series THE NEXT live from Los Angeles.
Hosted by actor/comedian Jamie Kennedy and actress/television host Jessi Cruickshank, OH SIT! is a fun, high-stakes, high-octane musical chairs competition.
Thirteen participants from all walks of life and learning institutions, from universities to trade schools, will battle it out to earn the prestigious title of “America’s Next Top Model.”
Joss Whedon’s acclaimed “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog,” starring Neil Patrick Harris, Nathan Fillion and Felicia Day,” will make its television debut on Tuesday, October 9 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on The CW.
Maniac Magazine recently had a party to celebrate local actor/hottie Joe Manganiello’s cover of their first Men’s Issue.
“Under 25” chronicles young, upcoming actors that you should be watching.
Rachel Bilson plays Dr. Zoe Hart on CW’s Hart of Dixie. Some people have a hard time believing she’s a doctor on the feel-good show.
Allison and Rex from Breaking Pointe stopped by Pittsburgh’s CW to chat with Lindsay from the Pittsburgh’s CW Green Team about Ballet, being home, and work ethic.
The Next moves from city to city, each one an iconic, sonic hot spot —Orlando, Baltimore, Dallas, Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles. Each episode, our four recurring Superstar Icons, Gloria Estefan, John Rich, Nelly, and Joe Jonas will drop in on the lives of four different Contestants — local musical heroes with not just a buzz on the scene, but rather a huge regional following of devoted fans.
The CW sets premiere dates for more original summer programming.
The CW Network has given early pickups to “The Vampire Diaries,” “Supernatural” and “90210.”