The CW midseason schedule: 'Star-Crossed,' 'The 100' and the end of Amell Wednesdays

The CW is changing things around this winter with its new midseason schedule. New shows "Star-Crossed" and "The 100" premiere, "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" returns and "The Tomorrow People" and "Hart of Dixie" move to new nights."Star-Crossed" premieres first, at 8 p.m. ET Monday, Feb. 17, leading into "Beauty and the Beast." The near-future Romeo and Juliet story of the love between a human girl and an alien boy should make for a rather epic night of romance with the returning "BatB."March sees the premiere of "The 100," a post-apocalyptic drama in which 100 teens return to Earth in a desperate attempt to save humanity. The show will take the slot currently occupied by "The Tomorrow People" on Wednesdays at 9 p.m., beginning on March 19. Lead-in series "Arrow" will remain in place to finish out its Season 2."Whose Line Is It Anyway?" returns for a second cycle on Friday, March 21. Two...


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