All American, Legacies, and Charmed reboot will be sticking around for the rest of the season on The CW, giving the network a 100% success rate this fall season. Charmed will get 22 episodes, while All American and Legacies will add 3 more episodes from their initial orders for a total of 16.
Charmed, a reboot of the long running The WB series focuses on three sisters (Madeleine Mantock, Sarah Jeffrey, and Melonie Diaz) who discover they are powerful witches. Charmed has been a superstar performer for The CW this fall, helping launch the nets new Sunday night lineup, paired with Supergirl. Averaging 1.6 million viewers since its premiere, its numbers are more than doubled than that of All American.
Based on a true story of a high school football start (Daniel Ezra) who moves from South Los Angeles to Beverly Hills with the guidance of his coach (Taye Diggs), All American has averaged 690,000 viewers, but has seen a rise of 50% with DVR playback, which is extremely important to the network.
Legacies, which is the third offshoot of The Vampire Diaries is the last show to premiere this fall, and didn’t give The CW much to brag about. While only capturing 1.1 million viewers, it did fall in line with ratings for The Originals, its immediate predecessor.
Catch Charmed Sundays at 9/8c, All American Wednesdays 9/8c, and Legacies Thursdays 9/8c, all on The CW.