Frequency No Tomorrow The CW Cancelled

TVLine Items: No Tomorrow and Frequency Epilogues Released, New Chicago P.D. Showrunner and More

The CW has fulfilled its promise, providing closure to recently cancelled freshman series Frequency and No Tomorrow in the form of newly released epilogues.

In the Frequency featurette, clocking in at just under four minutes, Frank (Riley Smith) manages to fix the ham radio and get back in touch with Raimy (Peyton List), allowing for his daughter to pass on a vital piece of information.

No Tomorrow, meanwhile, has gotten closure in the form of an extended cut of its season series finale, revealing whether an asteroid struck Earth and brought humanity to an end as we know it in the final two minutes.

Both the Frequency and No Tomorrow epilogues are available exclusively through

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* The recently renewed Chicago P.D. has tapped Rick Eid (Law & Order: SVU) to serve as showrunner for Season 5, replacing departing executive producer Matt Olmstead, our sister site Deadline reports.

* The America’s Next Top Model judging panel will remain (mostly) intact: Supermodel Ashley Graham, Paper magazine’s Drew Elliott and stylist Law Roach will be back, joining returning host/judge Tyra Banks for Season 24.

* AMC has renewed its western drama The Son, starring Pierce Brosnan, for a 10-episode Season 2, slated to air in 2018.

* truTV has renewed Impractical Jokers (for Season 7), The Carbonaro Effect (for Season 4) and Jon Glaser Loves Gear (for Season 2).

* Recording artist Ludacris and singer/actress Vanessa Hudgens will co-host the 2017 Billboard Music Awards, airing live on Sunday, May 21, at 8/7c.

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  1. Michael says:

    I’m glad The Son is renewed.

  2. Wrstlgirl says:

    I’m really enjoying The Son so that’s great news.

  3. MMD says:

    Very happy to hear about The Son.

  4. mpsutts says:

    Matt Sutton i actually thought frequency ended pretty well and though a continuation of no tomorrow would have been funny i think it made the series all the better that it ended on the cliffhanger.. but ill watch

  5. M says:

    I just watched the epilogue to No Tomorrow. Loved it. It is such a shame that this show didn’t find a bigger audience. It was such a breath of fresh air. Wish CW would un-cancel it.

  6. JM says:

    Why couldn’t a 5 year long show like 90210 be given this option on The CW? What crap.

    • dude says:

      The 9O21O finale was crafted to serve as a series finale. Basically everyone got together and got their happy endings. There wasn’t much to wrap up.

  7. Pat says:

    I just watched the Epilogue of Frequency, and the ending, absolutely touched my heart. Tears are flowing from my eyes, I am so glad for getting closure of this show.

    • Sam(antha) says:

      I cried a little too. I’m completely fine with that ending. More shows/networks should do the same if there’s any uncertainty in renewal.

  8. iHeart says:

    wow a tvline items on a saturday what a rare occurrence, anyway maybe all shows that ended too soon should get this

  9. Master_K says:

    I never watched these shows but I do have to commend The CW for doing this. Not only does it give fans closure but it helps fans who may still want to check out the single season and treat it as a miniseries. I feel like they’re the only channel who cares about wrapping things up (with the exception of 90210 and their WB/UPN leftovers)

  10. frequency was available worldwide through netflix, please allow us to see the epilogue on netflix too.

  11. Jo B. says:

    As long as Warren Leight stays away from any current and future Dick Wolf show, I’m good! :-)

  12. jeanna says:

    Thanks for the Frequency epilogue CW. Perfect! Will miss the show, but appreciate the ending.

  13. Pat says:

    Oh no! Rick Eid (as new showrunner for “P.D.”? He made “SVU” a boring mess this past season. :-(

  14. C L Hughes says:

    No!!!!! Love No Tomorrow and now you cancel it…just like Galavant. I guess it needs a CSI in its name1

  15. dwwhitne says:

    I’m so bummed they’ve just decided to do this now…would have been nice to get endings for shows like 90210, Ringer, Melrose Place, and The Secret Circle!!!

  16. Sarah says:

    I hope this becomes a new trend/tradition. There is nothing worse than ending a show on a cliffhanger. It is like a slap in the face.

    • clintbrew says:

      Chuck, Alphas and lois and clark superman were the worst cliffhangers ever. there maybe more but this were my favorite shows i wished they made comics books like they did with buffy and angel

  17. Nikki says:

    I don’t watch either show but good on them for doing this! There’s few things worse in TV Land than a show being cancelled and not getting any closure, so I hope fans will get it from these epilogues.

  18. Meg K says:

    Thank you CW for that wrap up! It is so much better to have an ending than to always wonder. I am sad to see Frequency go but at least we got some closure. What a beautifully cute way to go out.

  19. Michael Summerset says:

    I’m sure the primary reason for closing out the stories was to help sell the show digitally and on DVD.

  20. John says:

    Curious if these will be updated on Netflix.

  21. Sheldon Wiebe says:

    The No Tomorrow epilogue was perfect!

  22. Bozo says:

    Very cool of them to do this for canceled shows!

  23. Frequency Fan says:

    Thanks to the CW for the Frequency Epilogue. Great way to end the series. :-(

  24. Lone Browncoat says:

    Geoblocked!!! Not Fair!!! Re: No Tomorrow epilogue.