There really aren’t any other networks quite like The CW. The result of a merger between the now defunct networks UPN and the WB, the CW was conceived of as a destination for young viewers. It exists in a strange no man’s land in television; it’s not quite a traditional network in the vein of NBC or CBS, but it’s a bit heftier than a cable channel. It occupies a bit of a middle ground creatively as well; we’re unlikely to get the next Mad Men or Breaking Bad from the network, but it’s also notably lacking in the police and medical procedurals that populate the more traditional networks.
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