The CW has a lot of shows that run for over twenty episodes, but is it possible to have full seasons when everything has been halted? Many of fan-favorite shows have been delayed to 2021, but CW president Mark Pedowitz is hopeful that all of the major shows will have full seasons:
“We are planning our normal episodic counts. We have some shows that’ll have 22 or 20 [episodes], we’ll have some shows at 13,” which is the starting point for freshman series. “We plan to continue [with that goal in mind], and we’ll see how the world progresses.”
The CW’s usual fall schedule is on hold until 2021. For now, Q4 will be filled with series such as DC Universe’s canceled Swamp Thing, CBS All Access’ Tell Me a Story, and Canada Serinda-Swan’s Coroner. Pandora and The Outpost will return as well. Supernatural is hoping to make it in Q4. They are in post-production for five already completed episodes and need to film the final two.
The Flash, Batwoman, Legacies, Riverdale, and All American are planning to still have full seasons.
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