CW announced that The Flash will air on Tuesdays at 8 PM next fall. That airtime was previously when Marvel's Agents of SHIELD aired, but there won't be a conflict as ABC moved that show to 9 PM on the same night. Mark Pedowitz, CW's programming chief, heavily hinted that they waited to put The Flash at 8 PM until they learned that Agents of SHIELD was moving to a later timeslot.
With the announcement of The Flash's airtime, networks will offically have four nights of comic book programming in the fall. Fox's Gotham will air on Mondays, The Flash and Agents of SHIELD (and later, Marvel's Agent Carter) will air on Tuesdays, Arrow will continue to air on Wednesday, and NBC's Constantine will air on Friday. The CW will also air iZombie, a loose adaptation of the Vertigo comic book, sometime during midseason.
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