A late night, entertainment/talk show, with a "rock and roll" attitude, taped in front of a live studio audience, We have live in studio performances, on the street segments, games, and more.
A two-day concert featuring many musicians of all genres.
Contestants work together in teams to complete a variety of simple, everyday tasks after being hypnotized. US version of the UK game show.
Traci, a twenty-something forensic scientist and believer in the paranormal, discovers her own hidden extra-sensory abilities when she joins her estranged, skeptic father to investigate mysterious cases of the paranormal and unexplained phenomena.
Perfect Score is an American game show in which contestants attempt to choose the most compatible person for themselves from a group of ten strangers based solely on first impressions and short questions in hopes of earning $50,000. The series premiered on The CW on July 16, 2013.
Two contestants, usually friends, take turns eliminating individuals of the opposite gender whom they feel they are not compatible with. Each person of the opposite gender is assigned a dollar value for each contestant based on a compatibility test they took before the game began; higher dollar values indicate a higher compatibility, and lower dollar values indicate a lower compatibility. These values range from $50,000 to $1. When three individuals remain, the two contestants choose which of the three they feel they are most compatible with. The contestant who selects the individual with a higher dollar value wins both the money and a date with the person they selected.
The Catalina is an American reality television series that aired on The CW from May 29, 2012 to July 3, 2012.
Smash Cuts is an American syndication television series hosted by YouTube star Julian Smith. The program was a clip show with a difference and is presented by a group of internet savvy 20-somethings who string their chosen clips together with fast paced banter and comedic storylines. The series began airing on September 4, 2009 and season 2 began September 2010. It was cancelled in 2011 for unknown reasons.
The Bill Cunningham Show is an American talk show that is hosted by radio host Bill Cunningham. The show airs on The CW as part of that network's "Daytime" block.
The show debuted on September 19, 2011 and is produced by Tribune Broadcasting in association with ITV Studios America. In the first season before the move to the CW, the program had limited distribution, airing only on Tribune's stations, Local TV, LLC-owned KAUT-TV/Oklahoma City and WGNT/Norfolk and Raycom Media-owned WXIX in Cunningham's hometown of Cincinnati.
On February 10, 2012, The CW announced that the program would be distributed nationwide for the 2012–13 season, as part of the network's CW Daytime lineup, airing at 3 p.m. in all U.S. time zones; the series officially made its CW debut on September 17, 2012 replacing Dr. Drew's Lifechangers. ITVSA and Tribune will continue to produce the series for season three.
Lifechangers is a half-hour daytime show hosted by Drew Pinsky. It premiered on September 19, 2011, as part of The CW Daytime.
Remodeled is an American reality television series which premiered on The CW as a midseason replacement on January 17, 2012. The program was greenlighted to series status on May 17, 2011, to air in the 2011–12 television season. The hour-long series is hosted by modeling expert Paul Fisher and is produced by Fly On The Wall Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television. Executive producers are Allison Grodner, Rich Meehan, Amy Palmer Robertson, Rachel Tung, Greg Seuss and Erik Stone.
H8R is an American television series for The CW Television Network. The hour-long series, hosted by Mario Lopez, premiered Wednesday, September 14, 2011. Due to low ratings, the show was canceled by the network on October 6, 2011, after broadcasting four episodes.
The musical struggles and victories of an aspiring young female country singer destined for stardom and a male songwriter who's trying to find his way.
They are two of the most stressful things in life - planning a wedding and losing weight. Ten overweight engaged couples will live together and battle for the wedding of their dreams over a three-month period. Every episode, the couples will face off in a big physical challenge, competing to win one element of their wedding - from the invitations, to the cake, to the rings. Whatever they win will be theirs to keep. Together, they will plan their weddings with the help of the nation's top wedding planners, they will take a vow to eat right and exercise, and world-class trainers and nutritionists will completely overhaul their bodies. At the end of each episode, the couples will step on the scale and be weighed together - the couple who lost the least amount of combined weight that week will be eliminated. In the end, one couple will win their fantasy wedding - a once-in-a-lifetime event - that America will attend.
Something Theater is an American television show created by Bobby Ciraldo, David Robbins, and Andrew Swant. The half-hour program has aired in Southeastern Wisconsin on The CW affiliate WVTV since February 2009. It is broadcast from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on a bi-monthly basis, usually on a Friday night.
Episodes of Something Theater typically have nothing to do with one another, so viewers never know what to expect. Each episode is usually split into short comedic segments that feature animation, music videos, viral videos, short films, or experimental films.
In December 2009 an episode aired which featured outtakes from the forthcoming feature film Hamlet A.D.D..
In May 2010 David Robbins produced an episode entitled "The County Line" which was later shown at The Suburban gallery, curated by Michelle Grabner, and at the No Soul For Sale art fair at the Tate Modern in London.
In July 2010 Something Theater aired an episode that featured a 30-minute version of Gas 'N Fuel, a short film made by the creators of the Found Footage Festival. A 15-minute version of the film had previously screened at the South by Southwest Film Festival and 12 other film festivals.
In September 2010 an episode of Something Theater screened at the Oriental Landmark Theatre as part of the Milwaukee Film Festival.
Hitched or Ditched is a reality series that showed on The CW Television Network from May 26-June 30, 2009. It was hosted by Tanya McQueen.
Masters of Illusion is a magic show broadcast on PAX TV from 2000 to 2001, which was performed on the grand stage at the Magic Castle in Hollywood, California. The show was revived in 2009 and broadcast on MyNetworkTV. In 2012, MOI was presented as four different specials and run in syndication. The show derives its name from the profession's term Master of Illusion. The series has been revived by The CW with new episodes in 2014, featuring new performers and hosted by Dean Cain. The show has run six seasons on The CW and in January 2020, completed production on a seventh season.
Will and Dewitt is a Canadian animated television series featuring an anthropomorphic frog named Dewitt and a boy named Will as the main characters. It is produced by Cookie Jar Entertainment with animation by Two Presidents Productions in Toronto, Ontario. It first aired on September 22, 2007 on The CW and Tiny Pop. The series revolves around Dewitt motivating Will to accomplish difficult tasks.
Online Nation is an American reality TV series that premiered on The CW on September 23, 2007. Scouring the endless number of websites, blogs, and user-generated materials on the Internet, Online Nation featured everything and anything that has captured the attention of the online world. In addition, viewers were supposed to be able to communicate with each other live on the air. However, this function was never available, even though in the original promo for the show, it showed the capability. The show was produced by Room 403 Productions.
The show premiered on September 23 with that was then the lowest ratings in the network's history, which could be blamed on the program being in one of the network's worst time slots and the network's lax promotion of the series. Only 994,000 viewers caught the premiere of the show.
On October 17, 2007, The CW canceled Online Nation, making it the second show to be canceled in the 2007-2008 television season.
The comedic duo who hosted the show, Rhett and Link, responded quickly to the cancellation with an internet video.
In Harm's Way is a one-hour American reality television series on The CW that looked at the lives of people who do dangerous jobs. Each unscripted episode followed the individuals who risk their lives in life-threatening jobs, including war photographers, oil well cappers, the Alaskan Coast Guard, bicycle messengers in Boston and minesweepers. The show was hosted by a former US Navy fighter pilot, Hunter Ellis.
The first episode was broadcast on October 5, 2008, at 7 pm Eastern time. The season averaged 0.69 million viewers and 0.2 of adults 18-49.
It was cancelled after just five episodes, along with the other MRC-produced series, and was replaced by re-runs of Jericho, with three produced episodes unshown.