Doing all the things
It's based on a series of graphic novels by Gerard Way from My Chemical Romance, too.
Historically, shows like Riverdale, All American, Arrow and Supernatural have focused on viewers in their teens through their 30s. The reality, though, is that the average CW viewer is 58 years old, and Carter said that schism explains why the CW is the lowest-rated broadcast network
I'm 60 and still watch The CW. I remember when The WB and UPN combined to form The CW. I've always been a Sci-Fi/Fantasy fan. It's where Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Star Trek:Voyager started. Still a fan of Supernatural, Charmed, Flash,The Vampire Diaries...etc. A bit sad they'll probably be changing their focus away from Sci-Fi/Fantasy. I spend just as much money, if not more, than an 18-49 year old.Not sure if this is the right thread to put this, but there are some big plans for the CW to make it finally profitable by 2025. Apparently, they're cutting costs all-around.
This quote caught me though:
New/Returning Shows for the week Sunday August 14/2022 - Saturday August 20/2022:https://www.cinemablend.com/television/2022-tv-premiere-dates
Sunday, August 14
TALES OF THE WALKING DEAD - AMC - 9 p.m. (Horror)