Drop 100 pretty teenagers onto ‘uninhabited’ and ‘irradiated’ earth to see if it’s survivable. Sounds like the CW’s version of post-apocalyptic drama!
When a star high school football player from South Central is recruited to play for Beverly Hills High School, two separate worlds collide.
Saving the world knows no gender/love boundaries! Superheros with (and without) powers running around Starling City and being socialists leads to a different sort of Black Canary.
A mild mannered charter high school principal is secretly a retired superhero. Called back into action by the resurgence of a local gang, Black Lighting and his daughters, Thunder and Lightning, work together to save their city.
In every generation there is a chosen one. She alone will stand against the vampires the demons and the forces of darkness. She is the slayer.
Amazingly worse than bisexuality was handled in it’s predecessor, Sex and the City.
The power of three continues in a new series about three sisters who are powerful witches.
He’s the fastest man alive, except for all his villains who are faster. And the gods. And the metas. And … yeah. No one’s a regular gay on the speedy show, which is weird, since lesbians move in on the second date. Sara shows up sometimes, but she’s not a regular. His daughter from the…