TV News: The CW Announces ‘The L.A. Complex’ Premiere, Several Finale Dates

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CHICAGO- The CW officially announced its schedule of finale episodes today, as well as the premiere date of a new series. The new series “The L.A. Complex” is set to premiere on Tuesday, April 24, while several shows, including the series finale of “One Tree Hill,” have their finale date set.

“The L.A. Complex” is a look at six young performers trying to achieve stardom in Hollywood. While all of them were voted “most likely to succeed” in their hometowns, they must all fight to achieve the opportunity of a lifetime in Los Angeles.

As for the rest of the CW shows, here is a list of the finale dates for several series this Spring:

“One Tree Hill”- Two-Hour Series Finale (with cast interviews) on Wednesday, April 4
“Ringer”- Season Finale on Tuesday, April 17
“The Vampire Diaries” and “The Secret Circle”- Season Finales on Thursday, May 10
“Gossip Girl” and “Hart of Dixie”- Season Finales on Monday, May 14
“90210”- Season Finale on Tuesday, May 15
“Nikita” and “Supernatural”- Season Finales on Friday, May 18
“America’s Next Top Model: British Invasion”- Conclusion on Wednesday, May 30 staff writer Tim Martens

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