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May 20, 2010

CW's new fall schedule: 'Nikita' joins 'Vampire Diaries'

Upfronts_blogFor the first time, The CW will have all-original lineup five days a week. Next fall, the network will add two new freshman dramas to its existing lineup, leaving the network without any slots devoted to repeats. The network has either a new show or a time-period change on every night of the week. Changes include having "90210" and "One Tree Hill" switch nights. Putting cheerleader show "Hellcats" after "America's Next Top Model." Action-drama reboot "Nikita" will air after the network's top-rated drama "The Vampire Diaries." And "Supernatural" will join "Smallville" on Fridays (the first time the network has had two original dramas on the evening). Here's the schedule:

***New shows in red

Day 8 8:30 9 9:30 10:00
Monday 90210
Gossip Girl

Tuesday One Tree Hill
Life Unexpected

Wednesday America's Next Top Model

Thursday The Vampire Diaries

Friday Smallville


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