Earlier today, The CW announced its midseason premiere dates for new and returning shows including the series premiere of the Riverdale spin-off, Katy Keene, as well as returning shows DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and Roswell, New Mexico. Also, the network announced the finale dates of long running fan favorites, Supernatural and Arrow. Read on for all of the news.
The Outpost “Not In My Kingdom” (Episode 203)
July 25, 2019
Last week on The Outpost, Baron Aegisford arrived with his army in tow and an offer of marriage for Gwynn. He tells her Majesty that he wants to be the sire of a line of kings and queens and promises that Love never has to enter their marriage. He also tries to bone every female on the show. Charming. Elsewhere, Talon wrestled with how to deal with Rebb while Naya gave Janzo a makeover to win Talon’s affections (on the queen’s orders). Also, Wythers found the chamber where Garret’s dead body should be but only found his sword. Where is Garret?!? Catch up on all the action with our deep dive recap and review here.
Now, on to tonight’s all new episode of The Outpost, “Not My Kingdom” … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!!!
The Outpost “This Is One Strange Town” (Episode 202)
July 18, 2019
Last week on The Outpost, Garret was seemingly killed by Essa Khan during a raid to bring her and Dred to justice. Back at The Outpost, Talon opened the portal to bring through a new Lu-Qiri and in doing so, also brought through a Blackblood named Rebb. We learned from Rebb that hundreds of Blackbloods are still alive on the other side of the portal, in a place she called the Plane of Ashes. Wythers leaves The Outpost to bring Garret’s body home. And, Gwynn, on the advice of Naya decides to call banners to The Outpost to defend it against an impending attack from Dred.
Catch up on all the action from last week’s season premiere with our deep dive recap & review here. Now, on to tonight’s all new episode of The Outpost, “This Is One Strange Town” … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!!!
“We Only Kill To Survive” (Episode 201)
July 11, 2019
Last season on The Outpost, me met Talon (Jessica Green), a young woman who is the last of her kind, the Blackbloods. Talon discovered she had the power to summon powerful demons, called the Lu-Qiri, from another world (dimension?) and they would fight on her behalf … sort of. She’s still learning how to control this power. Hunted by the Prime Order, who want all Blackbloods dead, Talon found sanctuary at The Outpost.
There, she met Garret Spears (Jake Stormoen) and a love triangle developed between those two and Lady Gwynn Calkussar (Imogen Waterhouse) (who is really Princess Rosmund), who is hot for Garret. Meanwhile, a nerdy brewer, Janzo (Anand Desai-Barochia), fell in love with Talon but also, proved to be an able sidekick to Talon. Part of the deal with her power is that she needs to know the names of the demons in order to summon them. Helpfully, there is the Vex Rezicon, The Book of Names, that would help with this but Talon and Janzo are only able to recover a burned page from the Book. Also, they need a Dragman to decipher the Book.
There are a bunch of other characters and a whole plot about parasites called Plaguelings but, you’ll pick it all up. And, if you need to know more, you can catch up on all of our recaps from Season 1 here. Now, on to the Season 2 premiere of The Outpost, “We Only Kill To Survive” … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!!!
The CW 2019-20 Fall Season Premiere Dates
June 17, 2019
Today, The CW announced its premiere dates for all of its 2019-20 Fall line up. Previously, The CW announced the Fall lineup during its 2019-20 upfronts so this article acts as an update to that (which you can find here). Joining the ranks of The CW’s returning shows in the Fall are two Freshmen series, Batwoman, which joins the Arrow-verse, and the teen detective series, Nancy Drew.
The CW Reveals Fall Schedule for 2019-20 Season 2019-20 Upfronts
Upfronts season is still in effect. Earlier today, The CW presented its Fall schedule for the 2019-20 season during its presentation at the City Center in New York City.
Mark Pedowitz, President of The CW Network, took to the stage and summarized The CW’s plan: “The CW heads into next season riding a wave of creative momentum and expansion, with more original programming all year round, and a new Fall line-up boasting scripted series in every single time period across our six-night schedule. We have 14 returning series for next year and adding to that three exciting new shows, including our newest superhero, the thrilling BATWOMAN, the mystery and suspense of NANCY DREW and the aspirational KATY KEENE, based on the Archie Comics characters.”
Continue below for The CW’s new Fall schedule, as well as summaries of the 3 new series coming to air in 2019-20!
The CW Renews Additional Series The CW
April 23, 2019
Back in January, during the 2019 TCA Winter Press Tour, The CW announced renewals for most of its older series as well as two Freshmen shows (Charmed, Legacies) but its other new shows were left in limbo. Well, limbo no more my friends, we now know their fate!
“Back In The Day” (Episode 112)
February 6, 2019
Last week on All American, Spencer and Jordan went through a competitive recruiting event with players from South Crenshaw. Both of them had competition that made them question their own abilities, while Spencer also saw the seedy underbelly of College Boosters. Elsewhere, Olivia came to Asher’s aid and hooked him up with a living situation inside Layla giant, empty house.
Now, on to tonight’s all new All American … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!
TCA Winter Press Tour 2019 The CW
January 31, 2019
This is the time of the year when all the networks makes their pilgrimage to the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, California. Yesterday, it was The CW’s turn to give us the lowdown on things to come (all of the CBS-related network went I, believe) and we got some very interesting news.
“m.A.A.d. City” (Episode 110)
January 23, 2019
Last week, we laid Shawn to rest while Spencer realized the important of being a hope for his community; to keep one foot in Crenshaw and one foot in Beverly Hills. Catch up on all of the action from last week with our deep dive recap and review here.
Now, on to Episode 10 of All American, “m.A.A.d. City” … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!