CW Announces All-Star Season Of America's Next Top Model, 4 Other Renewals
Author: Mack Rawden
published: 2011-04-26 18:03:34
Operating a little behind the schedule of the big four networks, the CW issued its annual early return orders, and upon first glance, there's no big surprises. The channel's most popular offering Vampire Diaries will be back for an entire season, along with Supernatural, Gossip Girl, 90210, and of course, America's Next Top Model. Here's where things get interesting though. The renewals themselves might not be shocking, but one of the shows has a big surprise in store for fans.
America's Next Top Model will premiere its first all-star season in the fall. Don't be fooled by the wording though. Today, the network emphasized they'll be bringing back many of the women who had the best stories and most audience appeal. Just in case you were thinking for a second the show was actually about modeling, the CW went ahead and cleared up any confusion. Who the hell am I kidding with this snark though? I'm pumped. I've watched at least fifty hours of ANTM re-runs. I may have gotten away from the series over the last few years, but this all-star season is exactly why God decided to let us record multiple shows at once.
You may have noticed not among the early returns announcements was One Tree Hill. That show's been on life support for awhile, but with five days of programming to plan, it wouldn't be a shock if it ultimately came back for at least part of a season.
No word yet on who America's Next Top Model might bring back for the special season, but TV Blend will bring you that news as soon as it become available.
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