The CW has canceled two extra sequence, in line with The Hollywood Reporter. These embody Kung Fu and Supernatural spin-off, The Winchesters.
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The transfer comes as community proprietor Nextstar continues to trim down its deliberate roster of exhibits. Kung Fu had run for 3 seasons and The Winchesters had run for only one. The exhibits be a part of a rising checklist of canceled content material over at The CW, together with first-year present Walker: Independence.
In a press release on the transfer, the community known as the transfer “powerful” as they proceed to “reimagine the CW,” and thanked each exhibits’ casts and artistic groups for his or her work.
“As we reimagine the brand new CW, we needed to make some powerful programming choices,” the community mentioned in a press release. “We thank our companions at Warner Bros. and the casts and artistic groups of Kung Fu and The Winchesters for all their exhausting work, creativity and dedication.”
In the beginning of the 2021-22 tv season practically two years in the past, The CW had a complete of 18 unique scripted exhibits. Now, that quantity is down to five, and in line with THR, may proceed to dwindle. Within the report, it’s famous that The CW has three exhibits left to resolve on, together with the DC dramas Superman & Lois and Gotham Knights, and the spin-off All American: Homecoming.
THR notes that All American and Walker have been renewed, and that The CW is contemplating going into the autumn having simply two homegrown scripted originals. The rest of the schedule consists of “unscripted sequence and lower-cost imports.”