8 Possible Future CW Shows - Featured

While The CW only has eight shows on TV right now, the network is working hard to find the next popular series by developing shows for pilot season. Traditionally, networks start out with a large number of shows in development, then some will get made into pilots, then the network will choose some of those to add to its schedule for Fall 2010.


Right now, the CW has at least eight very interesting projects in development, one of which could be the next Vampire Diaries or the next Gossip Girl. Which one will it be? Check out the initial descriptions to pick your favorite.


Spy School for Girls


From One Tree Hill creator Mark Schwahn, this is a show about a group of female CIA trainees. It sounds a bit like what Veronica Mars season 4 was supposed to be.


Nashville


Also from Schwahn, as well as country singer Brad Paisley, this is a drama about aspiring country music singers. Unfortunately, it currently has the same title as the awful and short-lived Fox reality series with the same premise.


Plymouth Rock


Created by Veronica Mars' Rob Thomas, this is a futuristic soap opera about a group of young astronauts traveling in search of a habitable planet. It's kind of like Ronald D. Moore's Virtuality, only with more attractive young people.


Confessions of a Backup Dancer


From the creator of The L Word, this drama is behind-the-scenes look at a famous pop singer, as told through the PoV of a backup dancer. Basically, if you replace the word "dancer" with "model," this sounds like The Beautiful Life.


Cheer


A drama about the world of competitive cheerleading, this show is being produced by Tom Welling. I have no idea what Clark Kent knows about cheerleading, but he's working with Kevin Murphy, who also worked on Desperate Housewives, Reaper and co-wrote the movie-musical Reefer Madness, as well as an upcoming Broadway musical version of Heathers.


The March Sisters


This is a modern, very loose adaptation of Little Women, but probably with less death.


Bitches in Britches


My favorite title ever, this is about the equestrian world. As a former equestrian myself (though I was so bad I couldn't even make the horse stop or go), I can assure you there is plenty of awesome material for a series here, though I suspect the title would be changed.


Untitled New York Socialite Drama


All I really know is that it's about a New York socialite. In other words, it could be like Gossip Girl, if the show was only about Serena. Thanks, but no thanks.


So from those eight shows, which ones do you think have a chance of making it to air, and which one are you most excited about? I'm rooting for Bitches in Britches, not just for the title, but so that everyone will learn what dressage is.


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Oct 20, 2009 5:38PM EDT

Spy School For GirlsandPlymouth Rock,but i think they all sound pretty bad....CW need to find some GOOD new shows...

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Oct 20, 2009 5:39PM EDT

Justice League is siting there just waiting to be made,

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Oct 20, 2009 5:48PM EDT

"Right now, the CW has at least eight very interesting projects in development"
I think Interesting should be in quotes....

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Oct 20, 2009 5:57PM EDT

none of them even though i do like horses they all sound like 90210 style of shows is there nothing coming from cw to replace supernatural when it ends

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Oct 20, 2009 8:51PM EDT

(@freetv22: HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.)
Seriously, though, I would totally watch Plymouth Rock or Spy School For Girls...although the latter definitely needs a better title.

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Oct 21, 2009 9:32PM EDT

Spy School for Girls, but give it a better title and make sure they are clever like Veronica Mars and you'll have me hooked for the life of the show.

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Oct 21, 2009 10:20PM EDT

So none of them sound great but the Bitches in Britches has potential

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Oct 22, 2009 7:33AM EDT

Spy school for girls if it is like V mars and has a female lead who is well any eather as good as an actress or as good looking as Kristen Bell would have me watching but then again I live in canada and the US doesn't care so much about the numbers any country other than theirs gets lol

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RachelLEditor
Oct 22, 2009 7:39PM EDT

Wow. Most of these sound like bigger FAILS than The Beautiful Life. What the hell is wrong with you, CW?!And...as many of you have already commented, most of these titles are SO bad (though of course they can/will get changed)!
Spy School for Girls might not be terrible - but the title sounds so derogatory (I'm sure that's not the intent, but that's how it reads...you know...like "Girls can be spies too!")
And I think "Bitches in Britches" should just be "Britches". We'll still get it.

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