Frequency, No Tomorrow Not Receiving Back Orders at The CW

Andy Swift

The CW is officially capping Frequency and No Tomorrow‘s freshman seasons at 13 episodes a piece.

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Though neither show has been officially cancelled, the network has decided not to order additional Season 1 episodes, our sister Deadline reports. As recently announced, No Tomorrow will wrap its first season on Tuesday, Jan. 17, while Frequency will close out on Wednesday, Jan. 25.

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Silver lining: Both shows will make their first seasons available on Netflix eight days after they conclude. As Deadline notes, the series’ streaming success (or lack thereof) could sway the network’s decision to renew them.

If neither show is renewed for a second season, will you be bummed? Which will you miss more? Drop a comment with your thoughts below.

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