At today's TV upfronts in New York City, the CW announced that in the fall season Supernatural will move from the Seventh Circle of Television Hell (i.e. Friday night) to Wednesday in order to serve as a lead-in to the network's new Green Arrow series, Arrow (so named because Warner Brothers has very logically concluded, based on last year's underwhelming box-office performance of its Green Lantern, that people hate the color green). Also, we know when Cult is coming! More nuttiness after the jump.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, "The CW is betting on the genre power of Supernatural to launch its high-profile adaptation of DC Comics' Green Arrow. Ahead of its upfront presentation to Madison Avenue on Thursday at New York City Center, the young- and female-skewing network said it would launch its 2012-13 fall season in October, moving Supernatural out of Friday purgatory to Wednesdays to pair with its Stephen Amell starrer, Arrow."
"[Producers Josh] Schwartz and [Stephanie] Savage's second freshman entry [after Sex and the City prequel The Carrie Diaries], thriller Cult starring The Vampire Diaries' Matt Davis, will launch midseason."