With three new shows premiering this fall on the CW -- including Sarah Michelle Gellar's return to the small screen in Ringer -- the network is already getting fans on the edge of their couches by releasing the lineup. Check out when favorites Gossip Girl and Supernatural will return to your TV -- after the jump!
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"I have enjoyed the past few years working on 90210 and adore all of the cast and crew, as well as the team at the CW and CBS TV Studios. I am grateful for having had the opportunity to be a part of this wonderful show." This statement was released by 90210’s most recently ousted cast member Lori Loughlin, who has been with the show since the series premiere.
And she's not the only casualty. High school teacher Ryan Matthews (played by Ryan Eggold) is also out of the picture, though he's sort of loosely related to Naomi Clarke (AnnaLynne McCord) now.
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Sometimes a cancellation can be the best thing to happen to the series.
The first two episodes of Season 4 averaged 7.7 million viewers -- almost 6 million more than it did on the CW -- and set a viewership record for sitcoms on cable.
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The CW has added two new dramas to its fall programming schedule, creating the first all-original lineup in the channel’s history. In previous seasons, time slot gaps have been filled with reruns. Nikita and Hellcats have been added to the roster of CW shows to round out the schedule.
Monday’s lineup will feature 90210 and Gossip Girl, moving the former from its Tuesday slot. One Tree Hill and Life Unexpected will now air on Tuesday. Wednesday’s America’s Next Top Model will be followed by new series Hellcats. (The drama stars High School Musical’s Ashley Tisdale as a cheerleading captain.) The Vampire Diaries will continue to air on Thursdays, backed up by action series Nikita. Smallville and Supernatural will then air on Friday nights.
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UPDATE: News about Smallville, Trauma and Mercy added.
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Now they know how Jim and Cindy Walsh felt.
Two of the 90210‘s “oldest” actors - Rob Estes and Jennie Garth - have just announced that they will be leaving the CW program. Estes, who plays West Beverly’s principal and father to Annie and Dixon, will depart after Season 2. It’s not known how much longer Garth, the high school’s counselor, will appear on the program.
Although the reasons for their exits are unclear, an insider told E! Online that their ages did play a factor. “They just don’t want the old people on the new show anymore,” a source started.
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The CW’s new fall season looked very promising - at first. After some seriously low ratings, the network decided to make a few big changes. People were fired, shows were cut and The Beautiful Life was changed for ever. The series was cut after only two episodes aired. Ouch. Thanks to YouTube, Life goes on.
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You may have already watched New Moon, but you can still get your vampire fix.
Beginning December 14, CW will let its hottest new program take over the primetime schedule. That’s when the network will rebroadcast the first ten episodes of The Vampire Diaries.
For one week, the drama will replace all other programming with two-hour blocks. The elongated marathon - a ploy typically seen on cable channels - will then come to close on Friday, December 18th.
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Who better to turn a dying show around than a skilled publicist?
In just three days, Heather Locklear will attempt to do what Laura Leighton, Thomas Calabro, Josie Bissett and Daphne Zuniga couldn’t: bring Melrose Place ratings.
Will Amanda Woodward make audiences stand at attention like the staffers at WPK? Or will she be put in her place like that other blonde (Katie Cassidy). We’ll know soon enough.
You can watch Locklear’s return on Tuesday, November 17.
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In what can only be the ultimate fusion of music, drama, and fashion, Lady Gaga is set to appear on Gossip Girl. While the rest of the cast haven’t let any info slip about the anticipated episode, Gaga herself decided to fill us in on what to expect, as well as divulging how she told the writers how she wanted the story to pan out.
“I am the narrator behind what is going on with the characters and make the song part of the moment,” the “Paparazzi” singer explained, noting that she didn’t want to be on a stage, as many musicians awkwardly and randomly appear on television shows often do (also because she stressed that she doesn’t lip-sync).
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