The CW has full episodes available online at CWTV.com. The website retains the five most recently aired episodes of each of its television shows. They can be accessed by navigating to the Shows tab, selecting the show and selecting the episode. If a show is not currently airing, the website does not retain episodes from previous seasons.
In addition to full episodes, most shows include short video clips called Extras, which can include interviews with cast members, trailers for upcoming episodes, extended scenes and director commentaries.
The CW Network was formed as a joint venture between Warner Bros. Entertainment and CBS Corporation in September. The network initially retained seven former WB shows including "One Tree Hill," "Gilmore Girls," "7th Heaven," "Reba" and "Smallville." It also retained six shows from CBS's United Paramount Network, including "Veronica Mars," "WWE Smackdown" and "America's Next Top Model". In addition to these retained shows, the CW Network also developed popular shows like "Gossip Girl" and "90210."
As of 2015, the network's primetime schedule includes the popular series "The Flash," "Jane the Virgin," "Vampire Diaries," "Reign" and "Arrow." The CW is also the current home of the longstanding reality contest show "America's Next Top Model."