Friday, February 03, 2023

Shake Up at The CW

Further to Nexstar Media Group, Inc. acquiring a 75% ownership interest in The CW Network, LLC (aka The CW), the TV network reported $100 million in losses, canceled numerous series and retired long-time president Mark Pedowitz, seemingly signalling the end of encouraging writers to groom popular DC Comics' superheroes into woke 'LQBTQ'  characters: 

The CW's recently canceled TV series include "Supergirl", "Naomi", "Batwoman", "Legends of Tomorrow", "In the Dark", the "Vampire Diaries" spinoff "Legacies", as well as the network's reboots of "Charmed", "Dynasty", "4400" and "Roswell, New Mexico".

Final seasons this year also include the series "The Flash", "Superman & Lois", "All American", "Nancy Drew", "Stargirl", "Walker" and "Kung Fu".

Warner Bros. Discovery and Paramount Global, the current co-owners of The CW, will each retain a 12.5 percent ownership interest in the network and will continue to produce original, scripted content. 

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