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Upfronts 2012: CW's 2012-13 schedule; 'Supernatural,' '90210' move

May 17, 2012 |  6:00 am

 Arrow makes its debut on the CW next season

The CW will usher in five new dramas next season -- and the additions have caused some major rejiggering of the network's schedule, with many series -- including "America's Next Top Model," "90210," and "Hart of Dixie" -- moving to new nights or times.

The final (and reduced) season of "Gossip Girl" will air an hour later, on Mondays at 9 p.m., with "90210" as its lead-in. Tuesdays will be the one place you're sure to find a doctor, with "Hart of Dixie" prepping the viewers for the Mamie Gummer-led series "Emily Owens, M.D."

Wednesdays are full of action and boys with new superhero drama "Arrow" paired with "Supernatural," which moves nights. Meanwhile, "The Vampire Diaries" keeps its Thursday slot to be paired with the "Beauty and the Beast" reimagining. Long-in-the-tooth reality series "America's Next Top Model" moves to Fridays.

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For the gals hoping to meet a teenage Carrie Bradshaw next fall, it looks like you'll have to wait until midseason, when the "Sex and the City" prequel series "The Carrie Diaries" makes its debut, along with fellow new series "Cult" (date and time to be determined).

Here's a full look at the CW's 2012-2013 schedule, as provided by the network:


MONDAY

8 p.m. "90210" (new night)

9 p.m. "Gossip Girl" (new time) "The Carrie Diaries" premieres in January.


TUESDAY

8 p.m. "Hart of Dixie" (new night)

9 p.m. "Emily Owens, M.D." 


WEDNESDAY

8 p.m. "Arrow"

9 p.m. "Supernatural" (new night)


THURSDAY

8 p.m. "The Vampire Diaries"

9 p.m.: "Beauty and the Beast" 


FRIDAY

8 p.m. "America's Next Top Model" (new night)

9 p.m. "Nikita" (new time)
 

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-- Yvonne Villarreal

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Photo: Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen in the superhero drama "Arrow." Credit: Jack Rowand / CW

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