The CW Season Finale Dates: Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries, Arrow and More!

ArrowThe CW is bringing its 2012-2013 season to a close right in the middle of May.  The Carrie Diaries will end its run on Monday, April 8 (and will then be replaced by the second season of the game show Oh Sit!), but all of the network’s other shows will end between May 7 and 17, as first reported by The Futon Critic.

Here’s the offical final dates:

Tuesday, May 7
8 pm Hart of Dixie

Monday, May 13
9 pm 90210

Tuesday, May 14
9 pm Cult

Wednesday, May 15
8 pm Arrow
9 pm Supernatural

Thursday, May 16
8 pm The Vampire Diaries
9 pm Beauty and the Beast

Friday, May 17
8 pm Nikita

Supernatural, Arrow and The Vampire Diaries have all been renewed for the 2013-2014 season, so they will return in the fall.  There’s no word yet on the status of The CW’s other shows, but we expect we’ll hear about them in the coming months.

 

 


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