AT today’s TCA, CW president Mark Pedowitz said that the network has yet to make a decision over a possible fourth season of the ratings-challenged Nikita.
For what it’s worth, Pedowitz said that he’s a “fan of the show” and that it’s performing on par with their expectations. While this certainly wont guarantee a fourth season, he pointed out that he’ll look to give Nikita and their other endangered shows satisfactory conclusions should they not move forward:
“I’m a big believer in giving fans a very satisfactory conclusion. It’s something that we as a television industry need to do.”
Supernatural is looking a stronger bet for renewal, with Pedowitz saying:
“We are pleased with how Wednesday night has worked out with Arrow and Supernatural. Creatively, the show is in a great place. There’s always a good shot that could happen.”
Pedowitz also confirmed:
- The network has just received a new script for its Hunger Games-esque pilot The Selection, which is still in contention for fall.
- The network is busy casting for its Wonder Woman origins pilot Amazon, but has yet to see a script.