Following an extremely successful year, launching new hits like “The Originals” and “The 100,” the CW’s schedule is focused on stability, only launching two new series this fall.

Wednesday and Thursday nights will remain the same, with midseason entry “The 100” continuing to follow “Arrow,” according to the “Hollywood Reporter.”

Breakout drama “The Originals” will now lead off Mondays, which have been a problematic night for the CW.

In an odd pairing, the vampire drama will lead into “Jane the Virgin,”

Tuesdays will feature the Grant Gustin-starring “Arrow” spinoff “Flash,” which just got its first teaser, along with “Supernatural,” which is not being shuffled around this year.

Fridays will feature an hour of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” and “America’s Next Top Model,” which means “Messengers,” high-profile genre series “iZombie,” “Hart of Dixie” and “Beauty & the Beast” are on hold until midseason.

The full Fall 2014 schedule:

MONDAY

8pm The Originals


9pm Jane the Virgin

TUESDAY

8pm The Flash


9pm Supernatural

WEDNESDAY

8pm Arrow

9pm The 100

THURSDAY

8pm The Vampire Diaries

9pm Reign

FRIDAY

8pm Whose Line Is It Anyway? 


9pm America's Next Top Model

Weigh in on the CW’s fall slate in the comments!

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JULY 30: Actress Phoebe Tonkin speaks onstage during 'The Originals' panel discussion at the CBS, Showtime and The CW portion of the 2013 Summer Television Critics Association tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 30, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

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