CW Fall 2024 Schedule: ‘Walker,’ ‘All American’ in Limbo as Network Preps to Launch ‘NXT,’ ‘Librarians: The Next Chapter’

The CW has set its fall 2024 schedule, although neither “Walker” nor “All American” are anywhere to be seen.

According to an individual with knowledge of the situation, no decision has been made on the fate of either show, which are two of the last remaining shows from the previous CW leadership regime prior to the Nexstar acquisition of the network. Both are currently airing, with “Walker” in its fourth season and “All American” in its sixth. Likewise for “All American: Homecoming,” which will air its third season this summer.

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In keeping with The CW’s shift to more sports and unscripted progamming, only two nights on the schedule are dedicated to scripted shows. Wednesday night will be led by Season 2 of the Canadian series “Sullivan’s Crossing” followed by “Joan,” the British crime drama starring Sophie Turner. Then on Thursdays, the fourth and final season of “Superman & Lois” (another holdover series from the old CW) will air followed by the “The Librarians: The Next Chapter,” a continuation of the “Librarians” franchise.

Elsewhere on the schedule, WWE’s “NXT” will stand alone on Tuesdays, airing from 8-10 p.m. ET/PT. On Mondays, the game shows “Trivial Pursuit,” hosted by Levar Burton, and “Scrabble,” hosted by Raven-Symoné, will air back-to-back. Long-running network staple “Whose Line Is It Anyway” will air two episodes on Fridays, followed by “Inside the NFL.” The CW will air sports programming on Saturdays like ACC and Pac-12 college football, as well as the network debut of the NASCAR Xfinity Series playoff races. Sunday is a movie night, including new entries in the “I Am” feature documentary series.

At midseason, The CW will debut the procedural dramedy “Good Cop/Bad Cop,” starring Leighton Meester, Luke Cook, and Clancy Brown, as well as the British series “Sherlock & Daughter,” starring David Thewlis, Blu Hunt and Dougray Scott.

“The Fall 2024 season is another leap forward in the bold transformation of the CW Network, as we continue building a media brand with broadcast at its core,” said The CW entertainment president Brad Schwartz. “The CW is currently enjoying three consecutive quarters of growth and we are looking forward to a fall schedule that is stronger than ever, starting with a brand-new game night featuring ‘Trival Pursuit’ and ‘Scrabble’—two games families have enjoyed for decades and hosted by fan-favorites LeVar Burton and Raven-Symoné. We have new seasons of returning hit scripted series ‘Sullivan’s Crossing’ and ‘Superman & Lois’, whose final season is weekly can’t-miss event television. Our scripted lineup continues to grow with ‘Joan,’ starring the brilliant Sophie Turner, and ‘The Librarians: The Next Chapter.’

“We’ll also have more live sports than ever before with the addition of WWE ‘NXT,’ the NASCAR XFinity Series and Pac-12 football alongside second seasons of LIV Golf, ‘Inside the NFL,’ ACC football and ACC basketball,” Schwartz continued. “Anchored by 500 hours of sports in 2025, we continue to get bigger and broader while reaching and growing our audience across broadcast, streaming and local.”

The full schedule can be seen below.



8 p.m. “Trivial Pursuit” (New Series)

9 p.m. “Scrabble” (New Series)


8 p.m. “WWE NXT” (Network Debut)


8 p.m. “Sullivan’s Crossing” (Season 2)

9 p.m. “Joan” (New Series)


8 p.m. “Superman & Lois” (Season 4)

9 p.m. “The Librarians: The Next Chapter” (New Series)


8 p.m. “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” back-to-back episodes (Season 13)

9 p.m. “Inside the NFL” (Season 2)


CW Sports Saturday


7 p.m. The CW Sunday Movie Night


“Good Cop/Bad Cop”; “Sherlock & Daughter”

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