Tweets Of The Week: Renewals, Previews And Motivational Tyra
Don’t follow all the CW stars on twitter? Don’t have a twitter? That’s okay!
Here are some of the best CW stars’ tweets from the past week.
We were all excited to hear that “Supernatural” got renewed for another season. Jared Padalecki is looking for fans who might be interested in helping him read the first few new scripts. Anyone interested?
Just got the first few scripts of season 9. It's a LOT to read, so, who wants to help me read them?—
Jared Padalecki (@jarpad) June 22, 2013
“Arrow” was also renewed for another season. Recently “Arrow” and Stephen Amell both received nominations for Teen Choice Awards. Be sure to show your support and help them win by voting.
Don’t forget to catch the new season of “Whose Line is it Anyway?” which will be returning Tuesday July 16th.
Colin Mochrie shared a link to a 1:36 new video featuring favorite Who’s Line games. I wonder what Ryan Stiles did on the lot for the ten years the show was off the air?
The new series will be hosted by comedian Aisha Tyler, the new “Whose Line is it Anyway” will also feature the return of cast members Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie, who along with a special guest each episode, must put their comedic skills to the test through a series of spontaneous improv games, prompted only by random ideas supplied by the audience. The wait is nearly over for new episodes and silliness.
Mochrie would also like to take a moment to remind you of all the reasons why Canada is cool.
A lot of the CW stars are a fan of Canada. New comer Torrance Coombs from “Reign” had a shout out for Canada Day.
Happy Canada Day everyone!—
Torrance Coombs (@torrancecoombs) July 01, 2013
Tyra Banks is adding a new twist to this season of “America’s Next Top Model” by adding male models to the mix. First she has some advice for life.
Stay fierce readers, stay fierce.
Keep on the lookout for more information and exclusives on CW shows as Comic Con approaches. Many of the shows will be making big announcements and hosting Q+A panels.