ByKristin Lai, writer at
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Kristin Lai

It's always difficult to say goodbye to a TV show you've grown attached to, and — much like my parents always insisted — spring is for cleaning house. In the last couple of weeks we've learned which shows are getting a fresh lease on life, and which ones are getting the ax. From Marvel's Agent Carter to American Idol, it's clear that no one is safe from a season of low numbers.

The CW is sadly saying goodbye to programs like Containment and America’s Next Top Model, but is also bringing us some new series to enjoy. In addition to adding Supergirl to its ranks from CBS, we'll also get to see Frequency and No Tomorrow.

Air time: 8–9 p.m on Mondays

Check out the trailers for these new shows below:

No Tomorrow

Starring: Tori Anderson as Evie Callahan, Jesse Rath as Timothy, Amy Pietz as Deidre and Joshua Sasse as Xavier Holliday.
Air date: 9–10 p.m. on Tuesdays

Between her job as a risk-averse quality-control assessor and her failing romantic relationships, Evie's live-by-the-list mentality is overdue for a shake-up. After meeting the wild Xavier (with an "X"), her life quickly changes for the better. Not to mention, he believes that humankind is going to die out in eight months and 12 days. It's up to Xavier and his apocalyst to show her how to live before she dies. Carpe dayum!


Starring: Peyton List as Raimy Sullivan, Riley Smith as Frank Sullivan, Mekhi Phifer as Satch DeLeon and Anthony Ruivivar as Stan Hope.
Air date: 9–10 p.m. on Wednesdays

An adaptation of the 2000 sci-fi thriller is making it's way to The CW this fall. The show follows a similar premise in which the lead actress can mysteriously communicate to her long-dead father through a ham radio. But when she tries to prevent his death, his past starts interfering with her future.

Also premiering on The CW this fall is Riverdale, a modern, live-action adaptation of the Archie comics. There's still no trailer available, but rest assured, we'll be sure to update you as soon as one is up.

We're still a ways away from the big fall premieres, but these trailers have certainly whet our appetites! Check out the rest of the fall schedule HERE.

What new shows are you most exited to see in the fall season? Let us know in the comments section.


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