The CW broadcasting network, a sister company of the CBS and Warner Bros. corporations, started off as a television network meant to appeal specifically to women between the ages of 18 and 34.
Since its initial launch in 2006, however, the network has somewhat changed its tune, in that its core audience is estimated to be approximately a 50% split between people who identify as men and those who identify as women.
Whatever the network’s target demographic, though, it’s hard to deny that the CW has released its fair share of quality and seriously popular television over the years, such as The Vampire Diaries, Gossip Girl, Arrow, and Riverdale – among others.
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