Wanted: A Writer to Review Shows on The CW

We just saw this at HollywoodReporter.Com:

Very cool, but we can’t see it – no CW – sigh

CW Sets Fall Premiere Dates

The network will kickoff its fall lineup with October bows for returning hits including “Supernatural” and “The Vampire Diaries” as well as freshman entries “Arrow” and “Emily Owens, M.D.”
by Lesley Goldberg

With NBC using its Summer Olympics platform to launch series as early as August and Fox already going out in September, the younger-skewing network will launch its returning and freshman series starting Oct. 2 with its Rachel Bilson dramedy Hart of Dixie.

Supernatural will return for its eighth season and first on its new night the following day, with the final season of Gossip Girl set for Oct. 8. Rookie entries Arrow, Beauty and the Beast and Emily Owens, M.D.,follow on Oct. 10, 11, and 16, respectively.

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A couple of these new shows sound interesting – ARROW and BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. A couple sound execrable – HART OF DIXIE and EMILY OWENS, M.D. And of course we have existing “hits” (by CW standards, we suppose) like SUPERNATURAL and THE VAMPIRE DIARIES. But no one currently slaving away at TVWriter™ can see anything on CW, so we don’t know.

And we’d like to. Don’t want to miss anything we can learn from, after all.

So if you’re a brilliant writer/analyst/reviewer (or even mediocre, like us) and you’ve got the time, interest, and hook-up to CW, send an email and let us know. We need you, dood/doodette.


Author: LB

A legendary figure in the television writing and production world with a career going back to the late ’60s, Larry Brody has written and produced hundreds of hours of American and worldwide television and is a consultant to production companies and networks in the U.S. and abroad . Shows written or produced by Brody have won several awards including - yes, it's true - Emmys, Writers Guild Awards, and the Humanitas Award.

2 thoughts on “Wanted: A Writer to Review Shows on The CW”

  1. I would love to review these new shows for you, as long as I didn’t have to see them first. gerald sanford

    1. Yeah, there’s always a catch, isn’t there?

      Even if you didn’t watch, whatever you had to say probably wouldn’t be too far off. But, you know…

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