8:00 - Supergirl
9:00 - Jane the Virgin
Mondays remain unchanged. Supergirl dropped quite a bit from its numbers on CBS, but it's doing much better than anything else The CW has aired in the slot for years.
8:00 - The Flash
9:00 - Legends of Tomorrow (New Timeslot - Beginning January 24)
9:00 - iZombie (Beginning April 4)
With the failure of freshman No Tomorrow to capitalize on its big lead-in from The Flash, and with Supernatural doing surprisingly great numbers on Thursday, Legends of Tomorrow shifts to the Tuesday line-up to finish out its second season. It is replaced by iZombie in April, moving into the same timeslot it occupied last year. It will receive a two-hour premiere on April 4.
8:00 - Arrow
9:00 - The 100 (New Timeslot - Beginning February 1)
Frequency finishes its first season, which, like No Tomorrow, didn't do very well, to make room for The 100. The sci-fi show aired its first two seasons in this slot before shifting to Thursdays last year; it returns home in February.
8:00 - Supernatural (New Timeslot - Beginning January 26)
9:00 - Riverdale (NEW - Beginning January 26)
Proving itself to once again be the network's ultimate utility player, Supernatural moves up an hour on Thursdays to lead into the only new show on The CW's midseason schedule, the Archie comics update Riverdale.
8:00 - The Vampire Diaries
8:00 - The Originals (New Timeslot - Beginning March 17)
9:00 - Reign (New Timeslot - Beginning February 10)
The Vampire Diaries rides off into the sunset in March, and its spin-off assumes the time period thereafter. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend will wrap its abbreviated second season in early February before being replaced by the fourth and final season of Reign, which moves back an hour from where it aired last season.
Like last year, the network's line-up is relatively stable. The move for Legends of Tomorrow does confuse me a bit, as The Flash is the biggest lead-in The CW could provide for its sole new show, Riverdale, but it's being put on Thursdays instead. I suppose No Tomorrow proved that a big lead-in doesn't always mean anything, but I think it would have also been smart to try iZombie somewhere else on the schedule, to see if its capable of standing on its own. Expectations for Riverdale, however, will likely be lower after Supernatural than if it had aired after The Flash, so maybe it's a good thing.
Also, decisions about the futures of No Tomorrow and Frequency have not been made, beyond the network declining to order additional episodes for their respective first seasons; second season orders will depend on the midseason results for the rest of the network's line-up.