For the first time in The CW's history, the network has renewed almost its entire lineup of shows and will not have a single cancellation.
The CW is renewing all three of its freshmen series — "All American," "In the Dark," and reboot "Roswell, New Mexico." And it is bringing back "The 100" for a seventh season.
They join the 10 shows that received renewals in January, including freshmen "Charmed" and "Legacies."
That means almost all of The CW's current slate will return next year, except for the previously announced final seasons of "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," "Jane the Virgin," and "iZombie."
The CW is also developing a handful high-profile pilots, including a Batwoman spinoff, "Riverdale" spinoff "Katy Keene," a "Jane the Virgin" spinoff, and a Nancy Drew reimagining.
That means The CW will have a jam-packed schedule, even with an abbreviated final season of "Arrow" and the final season of "Supernatural."