But instead of launching the show in syndication like it originally planned, it’s launching on The CW in daytime instead as a Warner Bros.-supplied block from 3 to 5 p.m. in all time zones.
Beginning in September, Pirro airs from 3 to 4 p.m., while reruns of former WB comedies The Wayans Bros. and The Jamie Foxx Show will air from 4 to 5 p.m. The moves replaces current sitcoms All of Us, What I Like About You, and Reba. Jamie Foxx had been airing in off-net syndication while Wayans recently had a stint on ION (Wayans also ran in off-net syndication from 1999-2003, where it aired locally on WGN-TV and later WCIU-TV.)
CW’s early fringe block came into being in 2006, where it replaced the Kids’ WB animation block with reruns of early episodes of ER and 8 Simple Rules.