HomeTVArrowThe CW Shakes Up Spring Schedule Luke Kerr December 13, 2013 Arrow, Hart of Dixie, Star-Crossed, The 100, The CW, The Tomorrow People, TV, Whose Line is it Anyway? 2 Comments The CW is rearranging the deck concerning its schedule. The netlet announced its new spring schedule, which includes the premieres of Star-Crossed on February 17 and The 100 on March 19. The Tomorrow People, starring As The World Turns grad Peyton List, will be teleporting from Wednesdays to Mondays. Meanwhile, Hart of Dixie, featuring The Young and the Restless alum Wilson Bethel, is being shipped South to Fridays, where it will be paired with Aisha Tyler's Whose Line Is It Anyway. See The CW's new schedule after the jump! Monday, February 17 8:00-9:00pm “Star-Crossed” (Series Premiere) 9:00-10:00pm “Beauty And The Beast” Monday, March 17 8:00-9:00pm “Star-Crossed” 9:00-10:00pm “The Tomorrow People” (New Night) Wednesday, March 19 8:00-9:00pm “Arrow” 9:00-10:0pm “The 100” (Series Premiere) Friday, March 21 8:00-8:30pm “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” (Cycle Two Premiere) 8:30-9:00pm “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” 9:00-10:00pm “Hart Of Dixie” (New Night) 2 Responses harlee490 December 13, 2013 I love anything Peyton List (the only Lucy) is starring in, have seen TTP a few times which I like but usually I’m not home but when home only reason I do watch is for Peyton. That goes the same for Wendy Moniz on “Betrayal” which probably be cancelled, but I do love the show and watched faithfully. I adore Peyton’s character on Madmen as “Jane Sterling” she is gorgeous in those ’60s style….loved the episode which Jane & Roger took LSD >) …what a hoot! :O Just waiting for the final season (7) on Madmen next spring & summer. It will be missed when done, what great example of excellence in a prime time soap. :love: Log in to Reply soapjunkie88 December 13, 2013 I feel so sad for “Hart of Dixie”. It’s a great little show. The producers should prepare for a series finale. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.