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December 02, 2008

The CW schedules the return of 'Reaper'


"'90210'? Really?"

The CW has booked the return of supernatural drama "Reaper" for midseason.

The network plans to debut the show's 13-episode second season after "90210" on Tuesday nights starting March 17.

Though the Beverly Hills kids are hardly a like-minded lead-in for the devil-does-care "Reaper," the better-suited "Smallville" and "Supernatural" are working well together on Thursday nights and the network probably doesn't want to rock that boat. Still, with "Smallville" in its presumed final season, its a little surprising the network wouldn't shake things up and give "Reaper" a Thursday spot.

"Privileged" is currently running in the Tuesday time period but will finish its 18-episode run in time. 


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