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The CW Renews 'Supernatural,' 'Riverdale,' 'Jane the Virgin'

The unlikely CW musical dramedy has been renewed for one more season, but there's a catch: it will be the last hurrah for the series.

Pretty much everything is coming back. And now we know that the adventures will continue for another year, as Arrow will head into its seventh season, while The Flash will head into its fifth and both Supergirl and Legends will head into their fourth seasons. Three other scripted shows are up in the air as well: "Life Sentence", "iZombie" and "The 100". The CW has yet to confirm that "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" will end after Season 4, and in fact, the network has declined to comment on the subject, according to Variety.

They're joined in the 2018-19 season by returning shows Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Dynasty and Jane the Virgin.




"As The CW expands to a six-night, Sunday through Friday schedule next season, we are proud to have such a deep bench of great returning series for 2018-19". "We worked out four chapters". Supergirl averages just a tad under that mark, though it remains to be seen if the network's scheduling stunt with that show and Legends sharing the Monday at 8:00 p.m. time slot this spring hurts or helps it.

What show are you most excited for to return? Bloom and co-creator Aline Brosh McKenna have previously spoken about the series only having a four-season plan, so perhaps this is one that will face the chopping blocks to make way for some new content? Do you think any shows will be getting their final season?

What Crazy lacked in overall viewers, the series, which was originally developed as a half-hour comedy for CW corporate sibling Showtime, made up for with critical and awards season love.

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