The CW has unveiled its schedule for the 2016 fall television season prior to its network upfronts on Thursday.

The fall schedule will see the debut of two new series, No Tomorrow and Frequency,
as well as Supergirl, which makes the move from CBS to The CW.

The only shakeups on the schedule includes a move for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend from Mondays at 8pm to Fridays at 9pm, as Supergirl takes over the 8pm Monday slot, as well as Supernatural‘s move to Thursdays at 9pm as Arrow serves as the lead-in for new freshman drama Frequency.

A notable absence from the fall slate includes The Originals, which will be held until midseason.

Shows that will air midseason, in addition to The Originals, include The 100, iZombie, and Archie Comics-inspired freshman series Riverdale.

Here’s The CW’s fall 2016 television schedule:

MONDAY

8pm SUPERGIRL (New Network)

9pm JANE THE VIRGIN

TUESDAY

8pm THE FLASH

9pm NO TOMORROW (New Series)

WEDNESDAY

8pm ARROW

9pm FREQUENCY (New Series)

THURSDAY

8pm DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW

9pm SUPERNATURAL (New Night)

FRIDAY

8pm THE VAMPIRE DIARIES

9pm CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND (New Night)

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