Because of COVID-19, where their CW won't be able to start production to return in October, The CW is bypassing their fall season and pushing the start of the season to January. The fall season (September to December) which they are now referring to the "fourth quarter" will instead air the final 7 episodes of Supernatural, returning summer shows which were delayed (The Outpost, Pandora and Two Sentence Horror Stories) and a bunch of acquired shows. Below is the CW's "fourth quarter" schedule.
8-8:30 PM — Whose Line Is It Anyway?
8:30-9 PM — Whose Line Is It Anyway?
9-10 PM — Penn & Teller: Fool Us
8-9 PM — Swamp Thing
9-10 PM — Tell Me A Story
8-8:30 PM — Two Sentence Horror Stories
8:30-9 PM — Dead Pixels
9-10 PM — Coroner
8-9 PM — Supernatural
9-10 PM — The Outpost
8-8:30 PM — World’s Funniest Animals
8:30-9:00PM World’s Funniest Animals
9:00-10:00PM Penn & Teller: Fool Us (Encores)
8:00-8:30PM Masters of Illusion
8:30-9:00PM Masters of Illusion
[January schedule inside]
8-9 PM — All American
9-10 PM — Black Lightning
8-9 PM — The Flash
9-10 PM — SUPERMAN & LOIS
8-9 PM — Riverdale
9-10 PM — Nancy Drew
8-9 PM — WALKER
9-10 PM — Legacies
8-9 PM — Penn & Teller: Fool Us (New Night)
9-9:30 PM — Whose Line Is It Anyway? (New Night)
9:30-10 PM — Whose Line Is It Anyway? (New Night)
8-9 PM — Batwoman
9-10 PM — Charmed (New Night)
Additionally, The CW has seven original scripted series lined up for its 2021 midseason which includes two new series, Kung Fu and The Republic of Sara, joining returning series Supergirl and Dynasty, Roswell, New Mexico, In the Dark and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow
[some extra info]- Green Arrow and The Canaries and The 100 spinoff are still alive and CW is yet to make a decision on them.
- The same case for renewal of Riverdale spinoff Katy Keene, CW will look at streaming numbers before making a decision.
- There won't be an annual Arrowverse crossover but there will be a crossover b/w Batwoman and Superman & Lois.