The Hollywood Reporter brings word that The CW has avoided canceling any series this season as Roswell, New Mexico, All American, The 100, and In the Dark have all been renewed.
The recent renewals join the already announced series returning to the network for the 2019-2020 broadcast season, including Arrow, Black Lightning, Dynasty, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Riverdale, Supergirl, Supernatural, Charmed, and Legacies. On top of the returning shows, The CW has six pilots in development, including Batwoman starring Ruby Rose.
“As we begin to plan for the 2019-20 season, we’re thrilled to have this roster of 14 exceptionally creative and distinctive series, including all five first-year shows, as the foundation on which to continue to build the multiplatform future of The CW,” CW president Mark Pedowitz said. “One of our key long-term goals has been to continually add more original programming all year round, especially in midseason and summer, and with these returning shows and the new series we’ll order as we get closer to the May upfront, next season on The CW is shaping up to be our most robust year-round schedule yet.”
Roswell, New Mexico will return for a second season following Season 1’s emotional finale. Jeanie Mason, Nathan Parsons, Tyler Blackburn, and Michael Trevino star in the immigration-themed reboot of the original series. Showrunner Carina Adly MacKenzie and executive producer Julie Plec will return for the second season.
All American is one of many shows on producer Greg Berlanti’s slate, starring Daniel Ezra and inspired by real-life former pro football player Spencer Paysinger. The series will return for a second season and also stars Taye Diggs.
The 100, based on the book series by Kass Morgan, is preparing to debut its sixth season and will be returning for Season 7. Season 6 of the post-apocalyptic series, from showrunner Jason Rothenberg and Warner Bros. TV, will premiere on April 30.
In the Dark is currently airing its first season and stars Perry Mattfeld as a blind woman attempting to solve the murder of her friend. The series, from writer Corinne Kingsbury and executive producer Ben Stiller, will return for a second installment during the 2019-2020 broadcast season.