The CW Sets Summer Premiere Dates for Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Breaking Pointe and More

The CW Summer Premiere Dates 2013Here’s a reason for a hoedown: The CW has announced premiere dates for its summer fare, which includes a revisited Whose Line Is It Anyway? and the ballet reality series Breaking Pointe.

The Aisha Tyler-hosted improv comedy will bow with back-to-back episodes at 8/7c on Tuesday, July 16. It will be followed by the two-episode premiere of Perfect Scorea dating game hosted by Arielle Kebbel (The Vampire Diaries90210).

Starting July 23, new episodes of Whose Line will air at 8 pm and Perfect Score at 9 pm, with encores filling the 8:30 and 9:30 slots.

The dancers of Ballet West will return for Breaking Pointe‘s 10-episode sophomore season premiere at 9 pm on Monday, July 29. The Hunt, a competition in which teams fend for limited resources in the wilderness, kicks off at 9 pm on Wednesday, July 31.

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  1. David4 says:

    Is this the first time CW has had 30 minute programs since it’s first year?

    • dude says:

      I believe so. Some of their reality shows may have been 30 minutes but I don’t remember them. The Game being 30 minutes long was the deciding factor in its cancellation.

  2. Andy says:

    It will be great to see the men of Whose Line again doing what they do best.

  3. JC says:

    What about ANTM

    • lll says:

      I’ve been wondering about that too. It has been renewed for summer but it sounds like CW forgot all about it.

  4. Jellymoff says:

    I’ll be missing LA Complex this Summer…

  5. Esaul says:

    I’m excited for Whose Line. I hope it does well. Though I will miss Drew Carey.

  6. Fabe says:

    The fact that The L.A. Complex isn’t going to be on is a true television tragedy. It was so great.

  7. dude says:

    For the first time ever, I’m excited for The CW’s summer lineup. Cannot wait for Who’s Line Is It Anyway.

  8. ben says:

    When I woke up this morning, my day it was a bust. My work day it looked hellish, I made it (only just). But then I got some good news, really really really fine. CW announced a starting date for Whose Line!

  9. Ever says:

    I wonder how many episodes Breaking Pointe has in season two. It’s great summer entertainment when there’s nothing else on.

  10. Mandy says:

    The LA Complex couldn’t have been that expensive to produced. It’s mostly shot in Canada!

    So sad to see it not returning…

  11. Sean says:

    Anyone know how many episodes Breaking Pointe is getting this season??

  12. Matthew Gillan says:

    Does anybody think this is an aprils fool prank

  13. brianc2012 says:

    Sounds like a Huge pile of **it to me..nice try CW! LOL

  14. Nate says:

    I watched the first episode… Where the f*** was the ho down!?!?