[07/05/22 - 11:00 AM]
The CW Network Sets 2022 Fall Premiere Dates
The network's new fall season kicks off with the third season premiere of "DC's Stargirl" on Wednesday, August 31.

[05/19/22 - 05:00 AM]
The CW Network Announces Its Seven-Night Primetime Schedule for 2022-2023
The CW is also joining forces with the United States Surgeon General on his effort to tackle the number one issue facing America's youth: mental health.

[04/07/22 - 11:00 AM]
The CW Network Announces Summer 2022 Premiere Dates for Returning Favorites
"Coroner" (June 2), "Roswell, New Mexico" (June 6), "In the Dark" (June 6), "Wellington Paranormal" (June 22), "Devils" (June 30) and "Mysteries Decoded" (July 6) are all due back.

[09/28/21 - 09:31 AM]
Catch The CW Season Finales!
"Roswell, New Mexico" (October 11), "DC's Stargirl" (November 2), "Supergirl" (November 9), "Riverdale" (October 6), "In the Dark" (October 6), "Coroner" (October 21), "The Outpost" (October 7) and "Dynasty" (October 1) will sign off in the coming weeks.

[06/15/21 - 10:30 AM]
The CW Network Sets 2021 Fall Premiere Dates
"Penn & Teller: Fool Us" will kick things off on Friday, October 1 with "The Flash" and "Riverdale" rounding out the rollouts on Tuesday, November 16.

[04/29/21 - 12:00 PM]
The CW Network Extends Its Summer 2021 Schedule with Series Premieres and Returning Favorites
Highlights include the return of "DC's Stargirl" and the U.S. premiere of "Wellington Paranormal."

[10/27/20 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, October 27
Updates include: The CW renews three of its imported series; CBS confirms reduced episode counts for its studio's scripted projects; and Jon Stewart to return to television on Apple TV+.

[08/17/20 - 10:30 AM]
The CW Network Sets 2020 Fall Premiere Dates
Highlights include the return of "Supernatural" and "The Outpost" on Thursday, October 8.

[06/16/20 - 02:02 PM]
The CW Network Acquires Additional Summer Series, Sets Remaining Summer Premiere Dates
"Killer Camp," "Taskmaster," "Fridge Wars" and "Being Reuben" are among the latest additions.

[06/03/20 - 02:30 PM]
The CW Network Acquires International Thriller "Devils" Starring Alessandro Borghi and Patrick Dempsey for Fall 2020
The 10-episode series will air Wednesdays nights this fall as part of a revision to the network's previously announced lineup.

[05/14/20 - 11:00 AM]
The CW Network to Launch Its New Season in January 2021
Programming for the fourth quarter of 2020 will feature a mix of original and acquired programming, including the return of "Supernatural" for the conclusion of its final season.

[05/11/20 - 02:16 PM]
The CW Network Acquires Four Scripted Series for Broadcast and Its Free Ad-Supported Streaming Platforms
"Swamp Thing" and "Tell Me a Story" will make their network television debuts on The CW Network and stream for the first time on The CW's free, ad-supported digital platforms.

8/5/20 - ???
currently airing (fall 2022)
sundays from 9:00 PM-10:00 PM EST
4 (12 episodes)
(from The CW's web site, October 2022) CORONER season three returns to Toronto where coroner Jenny Cooper (Serinda Swan) must move past her trauma and embrace her whole self. In the process of healing, she and live-in boyfriend Liam (Éric Bruneau) are now separated and separately trying new forms of therapy. With Liam gone, Jenny finally has space to focus on herself…for all of five minutes. It isn’t long before death knocks at her door with a slew of new cases – both COVID-related and not – that force her to unleash the real Jenny Cooper locked inside. Meanwhile, Detective Donovan McAvoy (Roger Cross) stares down the barrel of his own mortality in a very personal way, which propels him to investigate both his cases and his life with a new perspective. He may even find love. Ross (Ehren Kassam) confronts uncomfortable identity challenges, and Gordon’s (Nicholas Campbell) Lewy Body Dementia causes him to lose himself in the possibility of a life once lived. CORONER stars Serinda Swan (“Ballers,” “Marvel’s Inhumans”) as Dr. Jenny Cooper with Roger Cross (“Dark Matter,” “Caught”) as Donovan McAvoy; Éric Bruneau (“Goalie,” “Blue Moon”) as Liam; Ehren Kassam (“Degrassi, Next Class”) as Ross; Nicholas Campbell (“Da Vinci’s Inquest,” “Bad Blood”) as Gordon Cooper; Tamara Podemski (“Run,” “Never Saw It Coming”) as Alison Trent; Andy McQueen (“Killjoys”) as Malik Abed; and Kiley May (“It Chapter Two”) as River Baitz. Joining the cast this season are Mark Taylor (“Flashpoint”) as Clark, a crown attorney working with Jenny on a new inquest, and Uni Park (“Kim’s Convenience”) as Melanie, the coroner’s office’s new pathologist. A CBC original series, CORONER is produced by Muse Entertainment, Back Alley Films and Cineflix Studios. Morwyn Brebner (“Saving Hope,” “Rookie Blue”) is executive producer and showrunner, Adrienne Mitchell (“Durham County,” “Bellevue”) is lead director and executive producer for Back Alley Films, Jonas Prupas is executive producer for Muse Entertainment with Peter Emerson and Brett Burlock executive producers for Cineflix Studios.
· Andy McQueen as Malik Abed
· Ehren Kassam as Ross Kalighi
· Eric Bruneau as Liam Bouchard
· Kiley May as River Baitz
· Mark Taylor as Clark Coleman
· Roger Cross as Donovan “Mac” McAvoy
· Saad Siddiqui as Neil Sharma
· Serinda Swan as Jenny Cooper
· Tamara Podemski as Alison Trent
· Uni Park as Melanie Lum-Davis
· Alli Chung as Taylor Kim
· Lovell Adams-Gray as Dwayne Allen
· Nicola Correia-Damude as Kelly Hart
· Olunike Adeliyi as Noor Armias
· Adrienne Mitchell as EP/DIR (Pilot)
· Brett Burlock as EP
· Jonas Prupas as EP
· M.R. Hall as BOOK
· Morwyn Brebner as CRTR/EP
· Noelle Carbone as EP
· Peter Emerson as EP
· Suzanne Colvin as EP
· drama
· Back Alley Film Productions
· Cineflix Studios
· Muse Entertainment Enterprises