Panic has hit TV studios due to the ongoing pandemic, affecting networks such as The CW, who is scrambling to rearrange its TV schedule in consideration of several shows shutting down production. Changes are being made to its spring schedule, meaning that some shows with planned premiere dates are now airing earlier than expected.
One show that will be bumped out of its initial TV position is ‘Supernatural’, which will be replaced by ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ on Mondays at 8 P.M. ‘Supernatural’ was unfortunately unable to finish post-production on several of its episodes.
The same goes for ‘Legacies’; instead of airing a new episode, the season two premiere of ‘In the Dark’ will now show on April 16th rather than late May.
Alongside this, ‘Stargirl’ will make its series debut on May 19th, a week from its original date to compensate for what was supposed to be a new episode of ‘The Flash’.
Once given the clear to start filming again, ‘Supernatural’, ‘Legacies’, and ‘The Flash’ will finish productions on their seasons.