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It is difficult to think it, but 2018-19 Television season is winding down!


As such, it really is time to appear ahead to the summer time months, and The CW has firmed up its slate, which contains six new series, and 5 returning ones.

Kristin Kreuk Burden of Proof


Burden of Truth Season two is initially out of the gate. The Canadian legal thriller starring Kristen Kreuk will get underway Sunday, June two.


The Sunday slot is surprising, but the network will probably be testing the waters to assess how original content material performs in the course of summer time.


On a far more surprising note, Supernatural will be the show’s lead-out. Nonetheless, the hit drama series will currently have completed airing for the season, so it will be encore episodes.

Jack Regrets It - Supernatural Season 14 Episode 18


Does this imply Supernatural could be headed to Sundays in the course of the 2019-20 Television season?


Possibly.


Elsewhere, Masters of Illusion will return for a new season on Friday, June 7, with two original installments.


It will be followed by two episodes of The Significant Stage.


Penn & Teller: Fool Us and Whose Line Is It Anyway, meanwhile, will return to the air on Monday, June 17. 

Outpost Pic


Thursdays will consist of original episodes of iZombie, and The Outpost will join in the exciting on July 11.


SUNDAY, JUNE two



8 pm Burden of Truth (season premiere)



9 pm Supernatural (encore episode)


FRIDAY, JUNE 7



8 pm Masters of Illusion (season premiere)



8:30 pm Masters of Illusion (new episode)



9 pm The Significant Stage (series premiere)



9:30 pm The Significant Stage (new episode)


Associated: Burden of Proof, The Outpost Renewed


MONDAY, JUNE 17



8 pm Penn & Teller: Fool Us (season premiere)



9 pm Whose Line Is It, Anyway? (cycle premiere)



9:30 pm Whose Line Is It, Anyway? (new episode)

outpost season 1


THURSDAY, JULY 11



8 pm iZombie (new episode)



9 pm The Outpost (season premiere)


The CW will announce premiere dates for Bulletproof, Hypnotize Me, Red Bull Peaking, Mysteries Decoded, and Pandora later this season.


What are your thoughts on this schedule?


Hit the comments!

Paul Dailly is the Associate Editor for Television Fanatic. Adhere to him on Twitter.



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