The CW Slates Monday Family Game Night, New Dramas


The CW Network has revealed its seven-night 2024-25 prime-time schedule, which sees the continued expansion of CW Sports with the network debuts of WWE NXT, Pac-12 college football and the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

Mondays see the premiere of the original game show Trivial Pursuit, hosted by LeVar Burton (Roots, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Reading Rainbow), paired with the all-new game show Scrabble, hosted by Raven-Symoné (Raven’s Home, That’s So Raven).

The next generation of WWE Superstars take to the ring when WWE NXT airs live every Tuesday.

Sullivan’s Crossing returns for its second season on Wednesdays at 8 p.m., followed by the premiere of the new limited series Joan, starring Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones) as notorious jewel thief Joan Hannington.

Thursdays lead off with the final season of Superman & Lois, followed by the premiere of the all-new installment of The Librarians franchise The Librarians: The Next Chapter.

Fridays feature the 13th season premiere of the sketch comedy series Whose Line Is It Anyway?, followed by the return of Inside the NFL.

CW Sports Saturdays kick off with a season of ACC and Pac-12 college football, as well as the network debut of the NASCAR Xfinity Series playoff races.

Sundays continue to showcase top theatrical films and original movies, including new entries in the I Am documentary series on The CW Sunday Movie Night.

Midseason, The CW will also debut the new procedural comedic drama Good Cop/Bad Cop, starring Leighton Meester (Gossip Girl), Luke Cook (Katy Keene) and Clancy Brown (Dexter: New Blood), and the mystery thriller Sherlock & Daughter, starring David Thewlis (Harry Potter), Blu Hunt (The Originals) and Dougray Scott (Batwoman).

“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 Brad Schwartz, president of entertainment at The CW Network. “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 Trivial 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. 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.”