Walker, All American and a Dozen More Shows Left in Limbo at The CW — Will They Be Back?

With The CW releasing its primetime schedule for next season on Thursday, what really caught our eye is what shows are not on it.

Veteran scripted series Walker, All American and All American: Homecoming are nowhere to be found on The CW’s fall lineup and aren’t confirmed as coming back at midseason, either, leading us to wonder if they’ll be coming back at all. (All three series have yet to be officially renewed.)

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A network rep tells TVLine that “no decisions have been made yet on those titles;” Brad Schwartz, The CW’s President of Entertainment, later elaborated, “We’re having active conversations on all of them right now. We just didn’t need to make those decisions this week. I guess you can call them bubble shows.”

Not exactly reassuring, but maybe The CW’s executives are waiting to see how their current seasons fare in the ratings before committing to more episodes. Walker, starring Jared Padalecki, is currently airing its fourth season Wednesdays at 8/7c, with Season 6 of All American airing Mondays at 8 pm. All American: Homecoming’s third season will premiere Monday, July 8 at 9 pm.

That’s not all, though: Unscripted series FBoy Island, Lovers & Liars, Masters of Illusion, Patti Stanger: The Matchmaker and Penn & Teller: Fool Us are also MIA from The CW’s schedule for next season, as are co-productions Wild Cards and Sight Unseen and acquisitions like The Chosen, Family Law, Children Ruin Everything and Son of a Critch.

So what is airing on The CW next season, you ask? Superman & Lois returns for its fourth and final season this fall, along with new series Joan (starring Game of Thrones alum Sophie Turner) and reboot The Librarians: The Next Chapter. Sullivan’s Crossing will return for Season 2, and a pair of game shows inspired by board games will take over Monday nights, with Trivial Pursuit hosted by LeVar Burton and Scrabble hosted by Raven-Symoné. (Check out The CW’s full schedule here.)

Are you worried about the fate of Walker? All American? Another CW show left in limbo? Hit the comments to share your thoughts.

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