It feels like the fall 2018-2019 TV season just got started, but shows are already nearing their winter finales. But we know they'll be back, and The CW just updated on exactly when some shows will mark their midseason returns. The network also scheduled one brand new series for January 2019, and switched around some air dates. Here's the midseason lineup:
On the superhero front, you can see that Black Lightning Season 2 is moving to Mondays, following Arrow, starting January 21. Why? Black Lightning is leaving Tuesday nights to make room for the new series Roswell, New Mexico, which will follow The Flash starting Tuesday, Jan. 15. That new show -- starring Grey's Anatomy and So You Think You Can Dance alum Jeanine Mason -- is the second TV series to adapt the Roswell High book series.
What about DC's Legends of Tomorrow Season 4, which currently airs Mondays after Arrow? Well, that show will return to Mondays in April, after Black Lightning finishes its second season.
The CW announced another new series, In the Dark, will debut on Thursday nights after Legacies finishes its 16-episode Season 1. Also, Jane the Virgin will start its final season on Wednesdays this spring, once All American finishes its first season. And don't worry about iZombie and The 100, since they are returning this spring, too. The CW just hasn't scheduled those premiere dates yet.
Of course, The CW still has a lot planned before the end of 2018. For example, the latest Arrow-verse crossover, "Elseworlds" -- featuring the debut of Batwoman -- starts Sunday, December 9 with The Flash; continues Monday, December 10 on Arrow; and conclude Tuesday, December 11 on Supergirl.
Check out our handy-dandy fall TV schedule for more information on new and returning TV shows airing on many other networks.
Gina grew up in Massachusetts and California in her own version of The Parent Trap. She went to three different middle schools, four high schools, and three universities -- including half a year in Perth, Western Australia. She currently lives in a small town in Maine, the kind Stephen King regularly sets terrible things in, so this may be the last you hear from her.
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