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Sabrina/Riverdale Crossover Not Planned but New Spin-off Is

Looks like Sabrina won’t be crossing over into Riverdale this fall as series creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa revealed at the Television Critics Association on Monday that there are no plans currently for a crossover between the CW show and its upcoming sister series The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. However, he did confirm that another spin-off is in the pipeline but was coy with the details.

In the morning of the event, CW president Mark Pedowitz downplayed all rumors of a crossover for the two series and clarified no one from Riverdale would be making a cameo appearance on the Netflix drama. read more

‘iZombie’ Renewed by The CW for a Fifth Season

Not all the news was bad today for horror fans, as The CW announced via twitter that iZombie has been renewed for a fifth season.

Rose McIver, who portrays the lead character Olivia Moore on the series, was obviously over joyed and also took to twitter to express her gratitude and it looks like a tattoo celebration is in the offing as well.

Thank you all SO MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!! Best fans ever! Look what you did!!! We love you guys and I promise this is worth the effort. And @RahulKohli13 and @malcolmjgoodwin are finally getting their #iZombie tattoos ? pic.twitter.com/k4JkrY7kCf read more

‘Supernatural’ and ‘Scooby-Doo’ Crossover Episode Airs This Thursday on The CW

In a cool crossover moment between current pop culture and 1970s nostalgia, this Thursday March 29th’s episode of The CW’s hit show Supernatural will be like no other one before it.  Castiel, Sam and Dean will step into the animated world of the timeless cartoon classic Scooby-Doo and join forces with the Mystery Gang to solve an important case.  The mashup is an interesting and innovative concept from the show and the network, similar to Homer Simpson’s venture into the live-action realm of humans back in The Simpsons‘ 1995 Treehouse of Horror episode “Homer3.”  Only reversed. read more

“The Lost Boys” Television Show Pushed Back

Back in August, we reported that the CW network had a television adaptation of famed vampire film The Lost Boys in the works (read it here); now the network announces that it will be pushed back to the next development cycle according to The Hollywood Reporter.

While the Rob Thomas (iZombie) helmed version of the vampire tale is still in the future for the network, they simply don’t have the space on their packed schedule to get it going this season. Rumor has it that network brass is still excited for the project that was pitched as a seven-season anthology spanning seven decades in the life of the main cast of vampires with each season covering a different decade; Season One will be based in San Francisco during the 1960’s hippie movement. read more

The CW Renews Supernatural and Announces Constantine Animated Series

The CW Network announced today at The Television Critics Association’s Winter 2017 Press Tour in Pasadena, CA that Supernatural would return for a thirteenth season and that Constantine would get new life as an animated short.  

IGN discovered further details about the Constantine animated series at the event.  The animated series will be exclusive to The CW’s digital service (CW Seed) and will consist of five to six 10-minute episodes.  John Constantine will be voiced by original star Matt Ryan (who also appeared in season Four of Arrow on the CW). read more

The Lost Boys Makes the Move to Television

Deadline has reported that everyone’s favorite 80’s vampire movie, The Lost Boys, is the latest in a string of former movie titles that is slated to be re-launched as a television show. The CW Network has acquired the show which is said to be a re-imaging of the popular Joel Schumacher classic.

Written by Rob Thomas, the creator of Veronica Mars and iZombie, this newest version of The Lost Boys was pitched as a seven-season anthology spanning seven decades in the life of the main cast of vampires with each season covering a different decade; Season One will be based in San Francisco during the 1960’s hippie movement. read more