CW to reboot 'Dynasty,' '80s prime-time soap opera, in fall

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Mag 19, 2017

Supergirl will continue to anchor Mondays at 8/7c, but the Golden Globe winning telenovela (and our pick for the CW's No. 1 CW show of all time) Jane the Virgin has been banished to Fridays. The show will air Wednesdays at 9p.m.

The CW network said it is open to including original cast members, but the decision is up to the new show's producers, company president Mark Pedowitz said.

Christina Ochoa and Matt Barr star as two U.S. Army helicopter pilots who must return overseas to help rescue their comrade (W. Tre Davis) from terrorists, all while being torn between their duty and desire for each other, of course.

Tuesdays remain super-heroic, with the fourth season of The Flash (8:00-9:00pm ET/PT) once again followed by Legends of Tomorrow (9:00-10:00pm ET/PT).

The CW will add two dramas next fall, including a female-centric reboot of the 1980s prime-time soap "Dynasty", with two more for midseason. Alas, Berlanti will only have five shows (!) on the network in the fall, with his newest offering, Black Lightning, being held until midseason, where Lucy Hale series Life Sentence will also bow. Whether it's on broadcast, on VOD, OTT, digital, or mobile, we are reaching those viewers everywhere they are, with opportunities for our advertisers across every platform.

The CW's goal is a broader range of series that appeal to both women and men and across a wide range of demographics.

The CW will launch its 2017-18 season in October, with premiere dates to be announced later. Next season will also bring reunions of "Will & Grace" and "Roseanne".

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