Your first glimpse at The CW’s “Charmed” reboot is here, along with a trailer for football drama “All American,” which were released at the network’s 2018 upfronts presentation in New York on Thursday.
In addition to five new series orders, The CW renewed 12 of its series, including “Riverdale,” “Arrow,” “Supergirl,” and “Jane the Virgin.” “Life Sentence” and “Valor” were canceled last week, both after one season.
Check out the full schedule — including the added Sunday night — over here, and watch the trailers below.
After the tragic death of their mother, three sisters in a college town are stunned to discover they are witches. Soon this powerful threesome must stand together to fight the everyday and supernatural battles that all modern witches must face: from vanquishing powerful demons to toppling the patriarchy.
The three sisters will be played by Madeleine Mantock, Melonie Diaz and Sarah Jeffery.
The series (a reboot of the show of the same name which ran on The WB/The CW from 1998-2006) is written and executive produced by Jessica O’Toole and Amy Rardin, along with executive producer and creator Jennie Urman. Brad Silberling directed the pilot and is grabbing an executive producing credit with Ben Silverman and Carter Covington. It comes from CBS Television Studios in association with Propagate Content.
When a rising high school football player from South L.A. is recruited to play for Beverly Hills High, the wins, losses and struggles of two families from vastly different worlds — Crenshaw and Beverly Hills — begin to collide. Inspired by the life of pro football player Spencer Paysinger.
April Blair is writer and executive producer, along with Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter. Rob Hardy directed the pilot and will also executive produce. Robbie Rogers is a producer and Dane Morck will act as a consultant. The series is backed by Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios in association with Berlanti Productions.
And here are the descriptions for the other new series:
Continuing the tradition of “The Vampire Diaries” and “The Originals,” the story of the next generation of supernatural beings at The Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted. Klaus Mikaelson’s daughter, 17-year-old Hope Mikaelson; Alaric Saltzman’s twins, Lizzie and Josie Saltzman; and other young adults come of age in the most unconventional way possible, nurtured to be their best selves…in spite of their worst impulses. Will these young witches, vampires and werewolves become the heroes they want to be — or the villains they were born to be?
Julie Plec and Brett Matthews write and executive producer, along with Leslie Morgenstein and Gina Girolamo. The series comes from Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios, in association with My So-Called Television and Alloy Entertainment.
“In the Dark”
A flawed and irreverent blind woman is the only “witness” to the murder of her drug-dealing friend. After the police dismiss her story, she sets out with her dog, Pretzel, to find the killer while also managing her colorful dating life and the job she hates at the guide dog school owned by her overprotective parents.
It is written and executive produced by Corinne Kingsbury, along with Ben Stiller, Jackie Cohn, Nicky Weinstock, Emily Fox (Red Hour Films). Michael Showalter directed the pilot and will also executive produce. The series hails from CBS Television Studios and Warner Bros. TV in association with Red Hour Films.
“Roswell, New Mexico”
After reluctantly returning to her tourist-trap hometown of Roswell, New Mexico, the daughter of undocumented immigrants discovers a shocking truth about her teenage crush who is now a police officer: he’s an alien who has kept his unearthly abilities hidden his entire life. She protects his secret as the two reconnect and begin to investigate his origins, but when a violent attack and long-standing government cover-up point to a greater alien presence on Earth, the politics of fear and hatred threaten to expose him and destroy their deepening romance.
The cast includes Jeanine Mason, Nathan Parsons, Tyler Blackburn and Michael Trevino.
Carina Adly MacKenzie is writer and executive producer, along with Brett Matthews, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank and Lawrence Bender and Kevin Kelly Brown. Julie Plec directed the pilot and is an executive producer. The series is based on the Roswell High book series, by Melinda Metz and hails fromWarner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios in association with Amblin Television and Bender Brown Productions.