The CW’s Valor works hard to establish a compelling military drama, but still seems destined to miss with the network’s audience.
When The CW announced that it would fall in line with NBC and CBS and deliver a military drama for the 2017 fall TV season with Valor it heralded a potential change for the network that has been associated mainly with DC Comics over the last few years. Shows like Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl have become The CW’s identity to a certain degree, while the long-running Supernatural and critical darlings/award-winners (Golden Globes, but still) Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Jane the Virgin ...
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