The CW hints at big plans for year-round programming as it gets ready for the summer line up. The network has worked to branch out its content by adding Sunday nights as well as content for the fall, midseason, and summer schedules.

The CW upcoming summer slate has 11 premieres set. The schedule includes British crime show “Bulletproof,” the two docu-series “Mysteries Decoded” and “Red Pull Peaking,” “Hypnotize Me,” “The Big Stage,” and “Pandora.”

The summer will also include the second seasons of “Burden of Truth” and “The Outpost,” as well as the premieres of Season 6 of “Penn & Teller: Fool Us,” Season 7 of “Whose Line is it Anyway?

,” and Season 8 of “Masters of Illusion.” The final episodes of “Jane the Virgin” and “iZombie” will run into summer, along with Season 6 of “The 100” and freshman season of “In the Dark.”

“The 100” starts April 30 and “iZombie” premieres May 2. The summer kicks off with “Burden of Truth” on June 2 with “Masters of Illusion” and “The Big Stage” premiering June 7, “Penn & Teller” and “Whose Line is it Anyway?” on June 17, and “The Outpost” on July 11.

Returning shows

The CW is premiering a variety of new shows with something for everyone to enjoy. “Burden of Truth” stars Kristin Kreuk and is a legal drama about lawyer Joanna Hanley. “The Outpost” follows Talon in her fight to avenge the deaths of her family.

Whose Line is it Anyway?” is an improv comedy show that's a revival of the ABC comedy show hosted by Drew Carey, who took a hard fall on "The Price is Right." Aisha Tyler hosts this summer treat, which features Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, and Ryan Stiles, along with a variety of comedic guest stars and special famous guests.

Masters of Illusion” is another revival and is hosted by Dean Cain, featuring a variety of performers from escape artists to illusionists. “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” is a magic competition show with the winners receiving a trip to perform for Penn & Teller's show in Las Vegas. The series is hosted by Alyson Hannigan.

New shows

Bulletproof” is a British show about two cops in London's East End with each episode following a new case. Noel Clarke and Ashley Walters as the leads. “Pandora” is a science fiction adventure about a woman and her team at the Earth Space Training Academy that have to face saving the Earth from threats, including aliens. “Hypnotize Me” is a comedy game show with physical comedy and contestants given a variety of tasks which will have them working as a team. The game show is hosted by Taye Diggs.

The Big Stage” will follow performers who show off their skills but this isn't a typical talent show and chooses admiration over the competition. The docu-series “Mysteries Decoded” covers mysteries from real life. The series is hosted by US Navy veteran Jennifer Marshall. “Red Bull Peaking” is described as being unfiltered and takes a look at athletes from their own perspectives.