With the addition of "Supergirl" to its roster, a solid 40% of the CW's fall lineup will be comprised of DC superhero-based shows. The CW has officially released their recently revealed fall lineup, which sees "Supergirl" join "The Flash," "Arrow" and "Legends of Tomorrow" on the schedule. The four shows will lead off the network's programming four nights in a row, all airing at 8 PM ET on Monday through Thursday.
"Supergirl" has been paired with "Jane the Virgin" on Mondays, where the super-show retains the same time slot it had on CBS during its first season. "The Flash" and "Arrow" will serve as lead-ins to two new series.
8 pm Supergirl
9 pm Jane the Virgin
8 pm The Flash
9 pm NO TOMORROW
8 pm Arrow
9 pm FREQUENCY
8 pm Legends of Tomorrow
9 pm Supernatural (new timeslot)
8 pm The Vampire Diaries
9 pm Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Other comic-based shows like the returning "iZombie" and the new Archie Comics-based "Riverdale" are slated to return/debut midseason.
"We are thrilled to have 'Supergirl' on The CW this fall, joining our popular roster of DC heroes," said CW president Mark Pedowitz in the release. "Plus, we have three new series lined up for next season that perfectly fit our brand, with the smart, charming comedy 'No Tomorrow' and the high-stakes drama 'Frequency' this fall, and the subversive take on small-town life, 'Riverdale,' at midseason. With these four new series added to the strongest, most competitive schedule we have ever had, The CW just keeps getting better."