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The CW Officially Cancels 'No Tomorrow' and 'Frequency'

 
 
 
The CW Officially Cancels 'No Tomorrow' and 'Frequency'

In a decision that should come as no shock to anyone, the CW has officially canceled its two freshman shows from the Fall, No Tomorrow and Frequency.

Both shows failed to receive a back-order, meaning they both ended at mid-season with just 13 episodes. No Tomorrow and Frequency were low-rated for the CW and their cancellations have been a long time coming.

They join The Vampire Diaries and Reign as shows ending this season for the CW, giving the network four open slots for new series in the 2017-2018 TV season. The CW has already renewed nine of its current shows, with mid-season dramas The Originals and iZombie still waiting for a decision about their futures.

The CW is expected to renew one or both of those shows, in addition to picking up at least four new shows for next season. On top of that list are the newest superhero show from Greg Berlanti, Black Lightning, and the network's reboot of Dynasty. The network's full 2017-2018 slate will be revealed at the CW's Upfront presentation on Thursday, May 18.

Source: buddytv.com
 
 
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