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Lauren knows which new shows the CW has picked up for full seasons!

Lauren knows which new shows the CW has picked up for full seasons!

CW Picks up all new series for full seasons:

In news that thrills me and every teenage girl out there, The CW has picked up all 3 of its new series for full season runs. ”The Tomorrow People”; ”Reign” and ”The Originals” have all been set for 22 episode first seasons.

”The Originals” is a spin-off of the networks hit series ”The Vampire Diaries”.

”The Tomorrow People” is a new sci-fi show by network favs Julie Plec (also of ”The Vampire Diaries” and ”The Originals”) and Greg Berlanti (Also of ”Arrow”).

”Reign” is a rather liberal retelling of the story of Mary Queen of Scots. All the series fall into the CW’s new genre happy formats. (”Hart of Dixie” is the only non-fantasy/action scripted show on their line-up.)

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