The CW: Finale Dates For The Vampire Diaries, Supernatural & Other Shows

The CWIt seems like only yesterday that the fall season started, doesn’t it? And now The CW is looking towards the season (perhaps even series) finales of its shows. The network has released a list with all finale dates:

90210: The fourth season will end on Tuesday, May 15. No word yet on renewal.

America’s Next Top Model: The British Invasion cycle will end on Wednesday, May 30. The show has already been renewed for another cycle that will premiere in the fall (more details).

Gossip Girl: The fifth season will conclude on Monday, May 14. No word yet on renewal, but it’s likely the show will get one more season.

Hart of Dixie: The new freshman show will end its season on Monday, May 14. No word yet on renewal.

Nikita: The second season will end on Friday, May 18. No word on renewal, but I think Nikita’s chances for a third season will depend entirely on the strength of The CW’s new pilots.

One Tree Hill: The ninth and final season will conclude with a two-hour finale on Wednesday, April 4. The finale will feature interviews with the show’s stars as they look back on the series.

Ringer: This show will conclude its freshman season earlier than all other shows on Tuesday, April 17. The CW plans to air all of its remaining episodes without any repeats. No word yet on renewal.

The Secret Circle: The final episode of first season will air on Thursday, May 10. No word yet on renewal.

Supernatural: The seventh season will end on Friday, May 18. No word yet on renewal, but I think an eighth season is likely.

The Vampire Diaries: Season 3 will end on Thursday, May 10. The show hasn’t been officially renewed, but it’s basically a lock for a fourth season since it’s the highest rated scripted show on The CW.

Meanwhile, The CW will be airing the first season of the Canadian drama, The L.A. Complex beginning on Tuesday, April 24 at 9:00 p.m. EST (taking Ringer’s spot). Here’s the official description: “The L.A. Complex is a dramatic look into the lives of six young performers striving for stardom in Hollywood. Living in an apartment-style motel for displaced dreamers, each having been dubbed ‘most likely to succeed’ in their hometowns, they now face the challenges and opportunities of a lifetime in the City of Angels.” The show will conclude its first season on Tuesday, May 29.

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