All is right with the world.
Supergirl, rightfully so, moves from sister network CBS to join its other superhero brethren on the CW this fall. Keep your fingers crossed for a massive crossover event for all the DC superhero shows; CW President Mark Pedowitz promised one in December, according to Deadline's live blogging of the announcement this morning.
But the network, heading into its 10th anniversary, can't resist the allure of the supernatural series that carved its niche as it announced four new shows. In Frequency, which is based on the movie, a detective hears the voice of her father who was killed when she was 8. Even Riverdale, the long-discussed live-action series based on the Archie comic books, is going the dangerous and shadowy route; it will premiere mid-season.
Most series are returning, leaving most of the changes having to do with time slots.
7 p.m. Supergirl
8 p.m. Jane the Virgin
7 p.m. The Flash
8 p.m. No Tomorrow is a drama about a buttoned-up woman invited to live her life to its fullest after she meets a man who thinks the end of the world is nigh.
7 p.m. Arrow
8 p.m. Frequency
7 p.m. DC's Legends of Tomorrow
8 p.m. Supernatural
7 p.m. The Vampire Diaries
8 p.m. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Other new shows: Riverdale
Others returning: The Originals, The 100, iZombie, Reign
Canceled: America's Next Top Model; Beauty & The Beast; Containment; Significant Mother