Arrow Season 6 Moves To New Night & Time; Synopsis Released

Virginia Carter
May 20, 2017

What do you think for the new CW fall schedule?

Supergirl stays as the lead on Monday, followed by Valor, the military drama about Army helicopter pilots starring Matt Barr. Christina Ochoa and Matt Barr star as two U.S. Army helicopter pilots who must return overseas to help rescue their comrade (W. Tre Davis) from terrorists, all while being torn between their duty and desire for each other, of course.

Two freshman shows from last season, "No Tomorrow" and "Frequency", were canceled. In the fall, it will be given the added pressure to help launch new series Valor.

Tuesdays remain super-heroic, with the fourth season of THE FLASH (8:00-9:00pm ET/PT) once again followed by DC'S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW (9:00-10:00pm ET/PT). The Flash is back at 8/9C and Legends follows at 9/10C.

After several seasons on Wednesdays, Arrow relocates and reunites with Supernatural, which "was a no-brainer move" for Pedowitz, who realized that the long-running shows could withstand the increasingly tough Thursday-night competition. So, get ready for the catfights!

Arrow previously aired on the network for five seasons on Wednesday nights at 8 p.m.

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All of the major networks have released their fall TV schedules this week, and The CW is the latest to jump in on the trend.

Stephen Amell is excited about the new day and time as he took to social media to offer: "I've been waiting 5 years to be behind Jensen & Jared".

Arrow moves to Thursdays at 9/10C. "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" and "Jane the Virgin" pair on Fridays.

At midseason, the CW has the one-hour comedy "Life Sentence", with Lucy Hale as a cancer survivor, and a DC Comics adaptation, "Black Lightning", starring Cress Williams. Fridays are historically slots where networks bury shows, but it should be noted that Jane the Virgin has strong streaming and DVR viewership, so it shouldn't be hurt.

Later next season The CW will debut two new shows while The Originals, The 100, and iZombie maintain their current rotation at midseason.

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