The CW has released its midseason schedule, which finds homes for two new series while relocating some familiar faces.
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The Roswell-esque Star-Crossed (get details) will premiere on Feb. 17, airing Mondays at 8/7c. At that time, Hart of Dixie (which returns Jan. 13) will take a li’l breather, ultimately resuming its season on March 21 in a new time slot, Fridays at 9.
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The CW’s other midseason drama debut, The 100 (get details), will bow March 19, airing Wednesdays at 9, after Arrow. The Tomorrow People will thus move to Mondays at 9, starting March 17.
To free up the Monday real estate, Beauty and the Beast will go on hiatus after its March 10 airing.
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Lastly, Whose Line Is It Anyway? will open its new season on March 21, now airing Fridays at 8 pm and kicking things off with a double-episode salvo. (Carrie Diaries airs its season finale on Jan. 31, remember.) Dixie, as mentioned above, will follow at 9.
Watch trailers for Star-Crossed and The 100 (which I really liked) below.
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