Recently, five major television networks officially announced which among their shows would be moved to a different time slot, canceled or renewed for another season.
The new hour-long series will be produced by Shed Media US, part of Warner Bros TV’s alternative department, and De Generes’ WBTV-based A Very Good Production.
First Dates is exec produced by Pam Healey and John Hesling for Shed Media, De Generes and Jeff Kleeman for A Very Good Production, and Tim Carter for Twenty Twenty. Production will begin in July in Chicago and no premiere date has yet been set.
One of the biggest changes coming to NBC is "This Is Us," which will now be included in the network's "Must-See TV" lineup on Thursdays.
Change is also coming to the Batman origin story "Gotham," which will be moved to Thursdays at 8 p.m. As for The CW, the network will apparently retain all of its superhero series, including "Supergirl," "Legends of Tomorrow" and "The Flash." However, "Arrow" will see a shift as it gets moved to Thursdays, just as "Riverdale" and "Jane the Virgin" will be moved to Wednesdays and Fridays, respectively.
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The US network has ordered an eight-part run of the observational documentary series that looks at a number of first dates happening in one night at the same restaurant.
The programme is based on a Twenty Twenty format that originally aired on Channel 4 in the UK.
As The CW brings back all of its superhero shows, it will also usher in new ones to the table.
Among the new shows coming to the network this fall are "Valor and the "Dynasty" reboot.
First ordered to series over a year ago, comes from Ellen De Generes' A Very Good Production, Warner Bros.