Why CW renewed ‘Beauty and the Beast’ over the more higher-rated ‘Tomorrow People’

05.15.14 4 years ago

Why CW renewed “Beauty and the Beast” over the more higher-rated “Tomorrow People”
“Tomorrow People,” says CW chief Mark Pedowitz, “just didn”t have the same level of social engagement or digital that 'Beauty And The Beast” had.” PLUS: “The Flash” pilot has an “Arrow” crossover, and CW may try another “Supernatural” spinoff.

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