CW finds another star in Adelaide Kane
"Someday, Someday, Maybe" is based on Graham's best-selling novel
Says network is "very profitable"
New shows include "Star-Crossed," which is Romeo and Juliet with aliens
Under the agreement, the network will be the exclusive TV broadcaster for the two-day event and associated specials
As the networks prepare to try to wow advertisers with next season's offerings, TheWrap looks at what's popped and what's flopped this season
"Whose Line Is It Anyway," "Perfect Score," "Breaking Pointe" and "The Hunt" premiere in July
Aisha Tyler will host the new edition of the series, with Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie returning
Every single network pilot
The CW's superhero drama "Arrow" gets a second season
The CW also gives pilot orders to sci-fi romance "Oxygen" and the Mary Queen of Scots drama "Reign"
Adaptation of Kiera Cass novel "The Selection" will focus on a young woman chosen for a lottery to compete for a prince's hand in marriage
"Supernatural" has "good shot" at returning for another season
"Cult," about a series called "Cult" that stars a cult leader, will premiere Feb. 19
Initial 13-episode order of "Emily Owens, MD," starring Mamie Gummer, will run but the series failed to earn a back-nine order
CW going back to the '80s with "Sex and the City" prequel
Super-sized "Gossip Girl" swan song will include interviews with the cast and creators
The CW's comic-book adaptation "Arrow" premiered to a three-year high for the network
"Veronica Mars" creator Rob Thomas will adapt British series about a group of disenchanted friends
"Chicago Fire" soft for NBC
Season 2 premiere dates for extreme musical-chairs competition "Oh Sit!" and ballet reality show "Breaking Pointe" will be released later
A ranking of Emmy week's best invites, scenes, intimate concerts with John Legend, and free trips to Tahiti
CBS says its "commitment to diversity is unwavering"
The video discovery app also adds a new feature to help viewers decide what to watch in the future
Female-centric network gets ever-so-slightly more manly
CW network's new slogan is "TV Now"
The web series Joss Whedon created during the writer's strike will appear for the first time on TV
Nerdy doctors, beastly protectors and bow-wielding super heroes populate the CW's upcoming offerings
Click on links to each network's schedule
After complaining that Nielsen doesn't measure its full audience, CW doing something about it