CW, Media Rights Capital Set Up Sunday
The CW quietly revealed details of the four new shows likely to air on Sunday nights as part of its new Media Rights Capital-produced lineup.
Titles of the new shows flashed during the network's upfront party Tuesday. In an interview later, CW Entertainment President Dawn Ostroff confirmed that MRC has identified two dramas and two half-hour comedies it plans to program on Sundays.
Ms. Ostroff said it's possible the titles could change, but as of now, the four shows are:
—"F.A.T. City," a scripted procedural crime drama set in Las Vegas.
—"Valentine's Day," a "Cupid"-like romantic drama.
—Comedies "Murphy's Law" and "Surviving Suburbia."
Ostroff said The CW's Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday lineups all will premiere the week of Sept. 1. The network's Friday schedule should bow early in September as well, she said. Thursday's lineup of "Supernatural" and "Smallville" likely will premiere later in the season, she added.