New York’s CW, after years of criticism from some of its female and queer characters, has turned into a powerhouse for white men, a new report finds.
The network’s ratings have risen steadily over the past three seasons, according to a recent study by Nielsen and comScore, and the network has been able to expand its audience beyond its native demographic of young, white, male viewers.
“The CW has become a powerhouse of white, non-Hispanic male viewers who are watching its shows as a destination for white male and non-white male audiences,” said Amy Anderton, comScore’s chief technology officer.
Anderston noted that “Wick” is the first scripted series to have a black lead and that “the most recent addition, ‘Widowmaker,” has a diverse cast of diverse people who are all connected.
“Jane the Virgin” earned an Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series in 2016. “
Widower,” from “Wicked” writer/producer Bryan Fuller, is the second CW series to earn an Emmy nomination for a nonwhite cast.
“Jane the Virgin” earned an Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series in 2016.
“Archer” is currently nominated for Outward Bound’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
“Hannibal” and the upcoming season of “Mad Men” are also nominated for outstanding series.
“Supernatural” won an Emmy last year for Outstand Achievement for Outreach to Its Community.
“Game of Thrones” is also nominated this year for outstanding drama series.
A new study by comScore and the Nielsen Media Research Group found that CW’s audience is comprised largely of young people and adults aged 18 to 34.
“In addition to their diverse and multiracial casts, CW’s audiences also include a majority of women,” comScore said.
“Young people make up an important demographic for the CW.
The CW has consistently ranked in the top five of television for gender and age diversity among the broadcast networks, and this year, it has consistently been one of the most diverse shows on television.”
The study was based on a study of 2,058 households across the country.
“This is a show that is not just about its core demographic of its audience, it’s about how its audience is diverse,” Anderonsonsaid.
“It is a network that is really building up its audience by making it a place where people of all backgrounds, races and creeds can watch and interact.”
“Wicks” has a female lead in Jane (Emily Bett Rickards), a white female with a degree in marketing.
The show has a non-binary cast of characters, including a Native American man, a black man, an Asian man and a brown man.
“What the show does is it does a lot of things very cleverly, and it also allows us to really look at our history in a very positive way,” Ateronsaid, who is also executive producer of “The Wicked,” said in a statement.
“We’ve had so many black characters on TV who are not white.
And Jane has been in every episode, and in all of the episodes, she’s a black woman.”
“I think what we see on the show is a very nuanced, honest and beautiful story,” Aderonsaid said.
Aetherton said the series has been a huge hit with women, as it has seen ratings jump in the past year.
“Our research shows that this is a demographic that is going to watch the show, that it is going up in the rankings,” Aethers said.
She added that the show has made strides with the LGBTQ community, which has been very active on social media, and that the CW has seen “increased interest and engagement with our audience.”
“We are now seeing a very large and growing number of viewers of all different ages and backgrounds who are engaging with the show,” Atheronsaid added.
“I don’t think the network is surprised, I think it is surprised that the audience is really embracing this show and is really seeing it for the very first time.”
“It’s a wonderful example of a show where the story is so diverse and the actors are so talented,” Aheronsaid concluded.
“There are all kinds of diverse characters, all kinds in the show.
And that’s what really struck me about it: It’s so much more than just the main characters.
The character and the person are really important.”
The “Wicca” show has been renewed for a second season, according the CW, and “Won’t Back Down” will air on Sundays at 8 p.m.
“All the way up until this moment, I’ve been hoping for a show like this to come along and be this kind of cultural icon,” said Elizabeth Banks, the actress who played Jane’s ex-husband, the former