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The CW Sets Fall Premieres for THE FLASH, ARROW, VAMPIRE DIARIES and More!

The CW Sets Fall Premieres for THE FLASH, ARROW, VAMPIRE DIARIES and More!

The CW’s adaptation The Flash has the honor of being its first scripted drama to premiere this fall!

Earlier today, The CW announced that its fall schedule will begin on Tuesday, October 6, with the second season premiere of The Flash at 8pm, followed by the second season premiere of iZombie. When last we left Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), he was entering a black hole to save his friends and the world. On iZombie, Liv (Rose McIver) was facing a choice about whether to save her brother or let him die to spare him the life of a zombie.

Wednesday, October 7 brings back Arrow for its fourth season at 8pm, followed by the eleventh season of Supernatural at 9pm. At the end of Arrow season 3, Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) drove off into the sunset together. What will force them to return to Starling City? On Supernatural’s season finale, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) killed Death and the Mark of Cain was unleashed!

Thursday, October 8 reunites The Vampire Diaries at 8pm, with The Originals to follow at 9pm. The Vampire Diaries will presumably pick up with vampire bros. Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) attempting to adjust to life without Elena. The second season of The Originals ended with Klaus (Joseph Morgan), Elijah (Daniel Gillies), and Rebekah (Claire Holt) successfully defeating Dahlia (Claudia Black), but Davina (Danielle Campbell) turned against them.

Friday, October 9 begin with the season premiere of Reign at 8pm, followed by the new season of America’s Top Model. Fans of Jane the Virgin will have to wait until Monday, October 19 for the season premiere to resolve the kidnapping of Jane’s (Gina Rodriguez) baby. But first, the new series, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend will premiere at 8pm, followed by Jane the Virgin at 9pm.

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The 100, and the new drama, Containment will debut near midseason on The CW.

Which CW show are you most looking forward to in the fall? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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