CW Network Announces 2021 Premiere Dates

   and Trickster.  Returning series include   

THE CW NETWORK SETS PREMIERE DATES FOR NEW SEASON

 

Opening Weekend for The CW’s New Season Features Fun Favorites “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” and “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” Move to Fridays on January 8 and The Inaugural “Critics Choice Super Awards” on Sunday, January 10

Newly Acquired Supernatural Drama “Trickster” Makes Its U.S. Debut Following

Second Season Premiere of “Two Sentence Horror Stories” on Tuesday, January 12

Javicia Leslie Dons the Bat Cowl Protecting the Streets of Gotham in the

New Season of “Batwoman” on Sunday, January 17

Critically Acclaimed Drama “All American” Returns Monday, January 18

 

Archie & The Gang and The Drew Crew from Horseshoe Bay Are Back-to-Back With The Fifth Season of “Riverdale” Followed By The Second Season of “Nancy Drew” Premiering on January 20

Jared Padalecki Returns To The CW on Thursdays in “Walker” Followed by the Season Premiere of “Legacies” January 21

The Power of Three Returns for the Season Three Premiere of “Charmed” on Sunday, January 24

The Strength of Family Bonds Remain on Full Display on Mondays When “Black Lightning” Joins “All American” on February 8

The CW’s Super Tuesday Begins February 23 withSuperman & Lois” Paired With “The Flash”

 

Trickster Trying to Fill Supernatural‘s  Shoes

The void of the recently finished show Supernatural will be filled by Trickster.   This is the US premiere of the acclaimed Canadian TV series.  Trickster premiered on the CBC network on October 7, 2020.  The show  centres on Jared, an Indigenous Haisla teenager and small-time drug dealer who becomes increasingly aware of the magical events that seem to follow him.

Trickster is based on the Eden Robinson coming of age novel – Son of a Trickster