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The Flash, All American, and more land The CW 2021 premiere dates

The CW 2021 premiere dates have been announced. All American, Charmed, and more premiere in January, The Flash is held for February.

We’re used to The Flash, All American, and more to premiere in the fall. That wasn’t the case this year thanks to…well, you know exactly what, right? Everything has been delayed, but now The CW 2021 premiere dates are set.

It won’t be too long before we watch new seasons of our favorite TV shows. We also have two new shows premiering and a new Canadian show getting its U.S. premiere. There’s a lot to be excited about.

Let’s start with the usual suspects

The majority of the usual fall suspects will premiere in January 2021. Supergirl and Dynasty were held for the new midseason. We already knew that was happening. Likewise, Legends of Tomorrow will remain a midseason show.

However, All American, Charmed, Batwoman, and more will all premiere in January 2021. You can see all the exact dates below.

There are two usual suspects being held until February due to some delays in filming because of…again, you know what!

Black Lightning Season 4 isn’t going to premiere until Feb. 8. We’re waiting longer for The Flash Season 7, which will premiere on Feb. 23.

We’d rather have a quality show, so the delay is okay with us.

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New TV shows getting The CW 2021 premiere dates

There are two new TV shows coming to The CW in the new fall. Walker will get a January premiere date. The reboot that has Chuck Norris’s blessing started filming earlier this week and will star Supernatural‘s Jared Padalecki in the lead role. The 100‘s Lindsey Morgan will play his partner, Mitch Pileggi will play his father, and Genevieve Padalecki will play his deceased wife.

The other new show is Superman and Lois, the Supergirl spin-off. We’ve already met the characters, so this isn’t the usual restart of Superman’s life. It’s a focus on him protecting the world while raising a family and keeping his identity safe.

Like The Flash, the new CWverse (the new name for the Arrowverse since Arrow has ended) will premiere in February.

A new Canadian acquisition on The CW

This is one that we’re extremely excited about. Trickster has just premiered on CBC, and it’s certainly something for Supernatural fans to fill the void.

The series follows an Indigenous teenager called Jared. He’s simply trying to get through life, supporting his drug abusing mom and manchild father. Everything is laying on his shoulders. When he meets a mysterious stranger, his whole life turns upside down.

This is one of those shows packed with diversity and inclusivity. It also touches on some of the Indigenous folklore, as well as the culture of the past and now.

The series will premiere on The CW in January. It’s worth checking out.

All The CW 2021 premiere dates

TVLine reported The CW 2021 premiere dates.

Friday, Jan. 8

8 p.m.: Whose Line Is It Anyway? new cycle
9 p.m.: Penn & Teller: Fool Us new cycle

Tuesday, Jan. 12

8 p.m.: Two Sentence Horror Stories Season 2 (two episodes)
9 p.m.: Trickster Season 1 premiere

Sunday, Jan. 17

8 p.m.: Batwoman Season 2 premiere

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Monday, Jan. 18

8 p.m.: All American Season 3 premiere

Wednesday, Jan. 20

8 p.m.: Riverdale Season 5 premiere
9 p.m.: Nancy Drew Season 2 premiere

Thursday, Jan. 21

8 p.m.: Walker Season 1 premiere
9 p.m.: Legacies Season 2 premiere

Sunday, Jan. 24

9 p.m.: Charmed Season 3 premiere

Monday, Feb. 8

9 p.m.: Black Lightning Season 4 premiere

Tuesday, Feb. 23

8 p.m.: The Flash Season 7 premiere
9 p.m.: Superman and Lois Season 1 premiere

8 p.m.: The Flash Season 7 premiere
9 p.m.: Superman and Lois Season 1 premiere

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What are you looking forward to coming in January and February 2021? Which of The CW 2021 premiere dates stand out to you? Share your thoughts in the comments below.