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The CW is by far the smallest of the five network channels, and many of its shows are able to survive long-term despite ratings that would get them cancelled on one of the big four. But Beauty & the Beast just couldn't go on.
You may or may not watch the CW's Beauty and the Beast, but if you are you'll be happy to hear the latest news that it has not been cancelled. That's right! So, if you're a fan or just a flat-out hate-watcher, get ready for the return of your favorite romance drama.
Kristin Kreuk rose to fame in another of the network’s shows, Smallville. In Beauty in the Beast she stars as Cat, a detective with the New York Police Department, who joined several years after witnessing the brutal murder of her mother. At the time, she was saved by a mysterious stranger, and when a mysterious stranger named Vincent (Jay Ryan) crosses her path in the present day, Cat delves into a brand new mystery that might just end up twisting into a romance.
Josh Holloway, Aimee Teegarden, Kristin Kreuk, Dean Norris, Mike Vogel and Rachelle Lefevre are among the names listed in the panel information below for CBS studios' Intelligence, Star-Crossed, Beauty and the Beast and Under the Dome. Brian K. Vaughan will also be there for Under the Dome, which should please fans of the series as much as it does fans of his comic book writing.
Well, that didn't take long! A day after The CW aired the back-door pilot for the Vampire Diaries potential spinoff series The Originals comes the official word from the network that they've ordered the pilot to series, which means more vampire drama on the CW, as the network had previously renewed the original series for fifth season.
It’s a show I wouldn’t have put money on to succeed, but luckily for the CW plenty of other people don’t share my taste. The network has given Beauty and the Beast a full season order today, picking up the back-nine episodes. While it hasn’t been what you’d call a huge hit, Beauty & the Beast has done relatively well, ranking second among the CW’s new shows this season.
Those who weren't watching the Vice Presidential Debate last night may have tuned into the CW to check out the series premiere of Beauty and the Beast, a drama based on Ron Koslow's 1987 Linda Hamilton-starring drama by the same name. The full premiere episode has arrived online, for those who didn't get to see it or want to watch it again.
he premiere features such a mash of different genres of television all cobbled into one whirlwind of a show, it doesn’t give audiences enough time to think, much less enjoy what is going on. A premiere is not the kiss of death--at least it wasn’t for The Office’s jello-based premiere episode or Psych’s weird “let’s start a bromance detective agency” opener. However, there’s no doubt Beauty and the Beast has some problems, and they’re bigger than that scar on Vincent Keller’s face. Following are the five biggest pitfalls I saw in the pilot.
The CW's steadily building the hype for the approaching premieres of their new series. Some new key art was released, showing off the lead characters of Arrow, Beauty and the Beast and Emily Owens, MD. Oops! Someone's not wearing a shirt!
Headed to the CW this fall is Beauty and the Beast, a modern take on a classic story, starring Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan. Both Kruek and Ryan are expected to be among today's Beauty and the Beast panel here at Comic Con. Also set to join the panel are executive producers Jennifer Levin, Sherri Cooper, Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders, with EW's Dalton Ross moderating.
The CW's extended preview for Beauty and the Beast introduces us to Kristin Kreuk's Detective Chandler who, nine years later, is still haunted by her mother's unsolved murder and also trying to forget the fact that she was saved by a mysterious 'Beast.' Or at least trying to believe others when they tell her there was no such creature. Enter Jay Ryan who plays her guardian angel, uh, guardian beast also known as Vincent. Take a look.
Set to air on Thursdays at 9 p.m., right after The Vampire Diaries, Beauty and the Beast is set to appeal to fans of that show who just can't get enough of dangerous romances tinged with the supernatural. Between those two shows, the returning Supernatural
Word has come down regarding the CW's freshman dramas Hart of Dixie, Ringer and The Secret Circle. It's good news for one of the series and bad for the other two. It's also been reported that the network has picked up five new drama series to add to their line-up next season.
While the CW has gone with a familiar face for their Beauty, in casting Kristin Kreuk, ABC is giving Irish actor Ruth Bradley what could be her first American TV role, should things go well for ABC’s Beauty and the Beast pilot.
While The CW’s Beauty and the Beast pilot has found its Beauty, the first bit of casting for ABC’s take on the story. Last seen starring opposite Amanda Seyfried in the film Letters to Juliet, it looks like Chris Egan is making yet another attempt at a role in television with ABC’s Beauty and the Beast.