The CW recently announced pickups for new shows “Batwoman,” “Nancy Drew,” and “Katy Keene” which join already renewed shows “All-American,” “Black Lightning,” “Riverdale,” “Legacies,” “Charmed,” “Dynasty,” “Supergirl,” “Legends of Tomorrow,” “Roswell, New Mexico,” “In the Dark,” “The 100,” and the final seasons of “Arrow” and “Supernatural.”

The CW recently ended “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” while “Jane the Virgin” and “iZombie” are in their final seasons. So far the only pilot not picked up is the spin-off of “Jane the Virgin.” “Glamorous,” which is about a gender non-conforming teen, was addressed by CW President Mark Pedowitz at Upfronts who shared that they're still looking at the pilot.

The president described it as being very funny and they plan to take a harder look at it, stating it will need to be retooled so they can move forward with it and describes "Glamorous" lead Ben J. Pierce as a star. “The Lost Boys” which has “Teen Wolf” star Tyler Posey in the lead will be retooled. It's currently unknown if the same cast will stay on board.

The CW fall 2019 schedule

At the Upfronts the upcoming fall schedule for the CW was released. “All-American” moves to a new night for season two which puts it ahead of “Black Lightning” season three on Mondays. Tuesdays will have season six of “The Flash” ahead of the final season of “Arrow." “Riverdale” season four remains on Wednesday and is joined by newcomer “Nancy Drew.” “Supernatural” season 14 and “Legacies” season two remains on Thursdays while “Charmed” moves from Sundays to Fridays ahead of “Dynasty.” “Supergirl” season five remains on Sundays and will follow new DC show “Batwoman.” “Katy Keene,” season five of “Legends of Tomorrow,” season two of “Roswell, New Mexico” and “In the Dark,” and season seven of “The 100" are being held for midseason.

What to expect from The CW's upcoming fall shows

Nancy Drew” originated in 1930 from Edward Stratemeyer and since has seen several adaptations. In the 1970s, Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys solved mysteries in a drama show that would switch between the two while Emma Roberts played the titular sleuth in a 2007 film version. The last few years various networks have tried to adapt "Nancy Drew" in a modern setting but the CW is the first to send to series.

The pilot had Freddie Prinze Jr. as Nancy's father, but the role has since been recast with Scott Wolf now playing Carson Drew. Riley Smith can be found in the pilot as a man whose wife is murdered and who Nancy believes is the real killer. The new Nancy Drew is played by Kennedy McMann and has the same spunk the famous sleuth is known for.

The CW dropped a teaser trailer which has already given fans “Riverdale” vibes as the sleuth is getting a CW makeover. The trailer shows her at work and becoming involved in solving a murder while bonding with a few other misfits and let's not forget the eerie ghostly presence seemingly following her.

“Batwoman” was first introduced in the Arrowverse “Elseworlds” crossover with Ruby Rose in the role of the titular superhero of Gotham. Kate Kane is an out lesbian and street fighter who picks up where her cousin left off when he left town three years ago. The trailer focuses on her discovery of her cousin's hidden cave and the Batman suit while also showing her don the suit and eventually turning it into her own symbol of hope.

The trailer has plenty of action, snark, and humor, perfect for every DC and Arrowverse fan. The teaser also introduces Kate's ex who is now a cop and currently in the midst of a kidnapping situation with Kate swinging in as Batwoman to save her. The new take on Gotham has a similar vibe to the other Arrowverse shows but with a certain grittiness which only Gotham possesses.

Katy Keene” is the second spin-off from the beloved "Archie Comics" joining “Riverdale” and "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina." Only the new show starring Lucy Hale won't be dark and twisted like its predecessors. Murder will not feature into the story which will focus on Katy, a now adult Josie (Ashleigh Murray has officially left “Riverdale”), and their friends Jorge and Pepper as they embark on a journey to follow their dreams in New York City.

On the potential crossovers, showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa shares with the Wrap that characters are more likely to visit from "Riverdale" to “Katy Keene” since the show takes place in the future while sharing to TV Line that it would be fun to see Kevin come to visit, take in a Broadway show, and hang out with Josie and her friends.