The word is in from The CW: Liv Moore will live more! It’s not so easy to kill what cannot die! (And it better not, it’s awesome.) The news comes as little surprise if you’ve been following the Nielsens. Though the show dipped a bit after its premiere, it has held steady ratings and been a well-performing follow-up to The Flash.
While this IS good news, the big question is where it’s going to fit in such a crowded schedule. The CW has already committed to new seasons of The 100, Arrow, Beauty and the Beast, Masters of Illusion, The Originals, Reign, Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries, The Flash and Jane the Virgin. Though a couple of those will run over the summer, The CW runs on fewer nights per week than the other broadcast networks, and at two hours a night instead of three. They’re also interested in pursuing another Arrow spinoff, not to mention any other pilots for the 2015-2016 season we haven’t seen.
What hasn’t been specified is the number of episodes this season is going to have. Even though the show has performed strongly, they might have to only order 13 and slot it to midseason again solely because they lack room to run a full one.
There are a couple spaces left. Technically the network has not officially cancelled Hart of Dixie yet, but….come on.