The CW is making Tuesdays a DC night for fans. The network unveiled its upcoming midseason schedule. Superman & Lois will serve as a lead-in to Naomi to help launch its newest DC Comics adaption.
The second season of Superman & Lois kicks off on Jan. 11 at 8pm. During its premiere, Superman & Lois pulled in an impressive 3.25 million viewers. However, the viewership declined, as with most shows. By season’s end, the show was pulling in under 1 million views, with a less-than-stellar 0.2 in the all-important 18-49 demographic and 891,000 viewers. Still, for a CW show, those numbers are rather normal. The decision to have Naomi follow the series when it returns, however, could prove beneficial to both series.
Naomi, of course, is based on the DC Comic of the same name. It is a drama that focuses on a high schooler (Kaci Walfall) who discovers her hidden destiny after a supernatural event affects her hometown. The series was developed by Ava DuVernay, who serves as an executive producer alongside Jill Blankenship (Arrow).