CW Debuts ‘Supergirl’ Oct. 10

Krypton, CBS ex-pat Kara Zor-El paired with ‘Jane the Virgin;’ ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ moves to Fridays

The CW’s fall season kicks off with its top series, The Flash, back for season three Tuesday, Oct. 4, followed by new romantic comedy No Tomorrow, about a woman who falls for a guy who swears the world is ending and lives his live accordingly.

Arrow returns to Wednesdays Oct. 5, paired with new thriller Frequency. Inspired by the 2000 film, Frequency sees a woman communicate with her dead father through an old ham radio.

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The CW’s Premiere Week includes the iHeartRadio Music Festival Thursday and Friday, Oct. 6-7. The following Thursday, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and Supernatural debut.

Supergirl, which spent its rookie season on CBS, makes its CW debut Monday, Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. A week later, Jane the Virgin returns for its third season following Supergirl.

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On Oct. 21, The Vampire Diaries returns to Fridays, followed by Crazy Ex-Girlfriend at 9.

The CW holds off on its premieres until the traditional Big Four have mostly shown their new fall programs.

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New drama Riverdale airs in the mid-season.