Elena Sheppard
Updated May 19, 2016 @ 8:53 am
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Right now, TV upfronts for fall are happening. What that means is that we the people are learning which of our fave shows are coming back, which were canceled (RIP Nashville), and how we’ll be planning our DVR-ing schedule once that autumn foliage starts to turn. Over at the CW, network of our hearts, a lot of awesome changes are taking place — including the relocation of Supergirl and some seriously awesome new romantic television fare.

Here’s a look at what we’re gearing up for.

Monday nights will be all about girl power.

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Supergirl is moving over from CBS, and it will lead into Jane the Virgin. SparkNotes: Monday on the CW will be all about the lady-powered shows, and we are all in.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is switching nights.

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Which is actually awesome! It will now air on Friday nights, paired with The Vampire Diaries. What its new Friday night slot means is less ratings pressure, which is excellent for a show that is awesome but still finding its ratings footing.

There will be spin-offs.

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The network’s flagship shows, The Flash and Arrow, both have spin-off series coming. Those will be The Frequency and No Tomorrow and we are all kinds of excited.

The midseason premieres looking INSANE (in a good way).

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The CW has their midseason premieres stocked. We’ve got the Archie inspired series, Riverdale. We also have, The Originals, The 100, iZombie, and Reign.

Supernatural is moving.

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To Thursdays at 9 (from Wednesdays at 9). Which sounds pretty good to us!

Here’s the lineup as it stands. October is already looking incredible.

8 p.m. Supergirl
9 p.m. Jane the Virgin

8 p.m. The Flash
9 p.m. No Tomorrow

8 p.m. Arrow
9 p.m. Frequency

8 p.m. Legends of Tomorrow
9 p.m. Supernatural

8 p.m. The Vampire Diaries
9 p.m. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend