Apparently the CW stands for "Crazy Wankers". The newly formed and poorly run network has just ordered a full season of the show 7th Heaven! Not only is the show doing poorly in ratings, but now the CW has moved it to Sundays and sandwiched it between two repeat episodes of America's Next Top Model and Smallville. We'll also have to go through those excruciating promos for the "Final Goodbye to the Camdens" again as well.
And while we're talking insanity, the CW hasn't even ordered a full season of Veronica Mars yet! Yes, you read that right. Veronica Mars, a fledging show that has not only improved over it's ratings from it's first two seasons on UPN, but which is growing in viewers week to week on the CW, has NOT received a full season order, while the "on the slab in the morgue" show 7th Heaven continues to receive special treatment. I haven't seen craziness like this since Everwood was cancelled by...well, the same people!
EVERWOOD ALUMS ON TV
Treat Williams, Andy Brown, will be on Brothers and Sisters this Sunday, 10pm on ABC.
Chris Pratt, Bright Abbott, will be in several episodes of The O.C. when it returns to Fox.
Nora Zehetner, Laynie Hart, can currently be seen on Heroes, Mondays on NBC at 9pm. There's also a Heroes marathon tomorrow on NBC from 8pm to 11pm.
Anne Heche, Amanda Hayes, stars in Men In Trees on ABC every Friday night at 9pm.
Scott Wolf, Dr. Jake Hartman, is one of the stars of the The Nine, Wednesdays on ABC at 10pm.
Sarah Lancaster, Madison Kellner, stars on What About Brian, Mondays at 10pm on ABC.
Jane Krakowski, Dr. Gretchen Trott, is on 30 Rock, Wednesdays at 8pm on NBC.
Marcia Cross, Dr. Linda Abbott, (in case you've been living in a cave) stars on Desperate Housewives on ABC every Sunday night at 9pm.