For those with the bandwidth to access a streaming service like Netflix or Hulu, a few things to keep in mind.
First, the CW is streaming its original programming exclusively online.
So if you want to watch all of the original programming, you need to be online.
And that’s going to require a subscription.
“This is not an offer to pay for a subscription,” the network’s online content director, David Cole, wrote in an email to CBC News.
“All CW programming is free and available for free, and we do not charge for access to these services.”
But you can watch the network online without paying for a streaming subscription.
Cole says the network doesn’t require a Netflix or other video streaming service to stream the content.
“The CW is always committed to its core programming and will continue to do so,” Cole wrote.
“It is not a subscription program.”
The network’s streaming service, CW Now, will offer access to most of the network and some of its shows online.
Cole said CW Now offers a variety of live programming and is a free service.
Cole also said that the CW will not be changing its current lineup of original programming.
“We have never changed our programming.
We have been focused on building our core lineup of programming,” Cole said.
“There is no changing our programming.”
Cole also confirmed that the network will not offer premium shows like “The Flash,” “Arrow,” and “Supergirl” in the future.
“CW has been in discussions with many content providers over the last few years to create an overall plan for our content offering,” Cole continued.
“At this time, we are focused on our core programming.
It is our desire to continue to offer the best of the CW programming for our loyal fans.”
The CW is one of several networks to offer an online streaming service.
ABC, Discovery, Hulu, Amazon Prime, CBS All Access, and Netflix have all made the move to offering online streaming services.
Cole wrote that the streaming service will allow viewers to watch shows that have not been available to stream on television.
Cole, who is also the network content director for ABC Family, said that all shows are available for streaming and that fans can check them out on their phones, computers, tablets, or other devices.
“I can assure you that CW’s programming is available to all viewers at any time,” Cole concluded.
The CW has been criticized for its decision to limit its original TV programming to streaming, especially in the wake of the 2016 deaths of beloved characters like Oliver Queen, the Green Arrow, and the Reverse-Flash.
Cole has said that if the network continues to limit original programming in the coming years, the network may end up scrapping the online service.