Be prepared to reprogram your DVR to catch your favorite CW shows next season, because the network announced at its annual upfront presentation in New York City on Thursday that it will revamp most of its primetime schedule.
"The Vampire Diaries," the network's signature drama, will remain on Thursdays at 8 PM, but sophomore "Sex and the City" prequel "The Carrie Diaries" will move from Mondays to Fridays, the Rachel Bilson drama "Hart of Dixie" moves from Tuesdays to Mondays (when it originally aired), and the network's longest-running series, "Supernatural," will leave Wednesday nights behind to begin its ninth season on Tuesdays.
The CW also announced six new series for next season — three for the fall, three for midseason — including "The Originals," the "Vampire Diaries" spinoff that was introduced in a "Diaries" episode in April.
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