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What’s Hot on the CW Network?
Written by: Kimberly Bennett
For those of you who do not know me, I am a huge TV fan. I watch a lot of different shows and this year happens to be the CW’s biggest year yet! Before last year, I didn’t really watch a lot of shows on the CW but since last year’s freshman series, Beauty & the Beast, starring Jay Ryan, Kristin Kreuk and Austin Basis, I immediately started watching more of the CW shows. If you remember WB-11’s Smallville, then you’re ahead of everyone else. Smallville was one of the few series that lasted 10 seasons and was formally owned by the Warner Bros. Company. However, in 2006, CBS and Warner Bros formed a partnership and became the CBS and Warner Bros. Company (or, for short, CW-TV).
The April 25, 2011 Poll.
Do you think that Ames offers enough healthy dining options?
What do you think about the changing of Spring back to Winter-like weather?
Poll from March 14, 2011.
Published: February 11, 2011
Official results of this poll will appear in the next issue of the McKendree Review.
Official results of this poll will appear in the next issue of the McKendree Review