Advertising Anarchy: The Evolution of [the CW] Man

Are you ready for an Extreme Makeover: CW Network Edition? Considering your very own TV Addict is inching uncomfortably closer and closer to the top end of the Network’s 18-to-34 demographic is, we sure as heck are! Which is why, in addition to applauding newly-minted CW President Mark Pedowitz on his attempt to broaden the Network’s appeal with more adult-driven fare such as RINGER and NIKITA, we thought we’d — as we are wont to do — go one step further by offering up a little unsolicited advice in the form of our latest instalment of Advertising Anarchy (Also known as our take on how networks might wish to consider promoting some of our favorite new and returning shows ). Because let’s face it, our little CW Network is finally growing up! See for yourself, after the jump.

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  • I don’t really get it… Are you promoting the CW’s men demo? Well, I’m fine with it.

  • Purplehewitt81

    Cw demo was fine the way it was,it should stay the way it was cause young women need more than 1 channel(we,lifetime,tlc are for middle aged women) the only channel channel that will be left if cw ditches w 18_34 that appeals to that demo is abcfamily. I watch make it or break it,wildfire,pretty little little liars,lying game,nine lives of of chloe king,gossip girl,nikita,90210, one tree hill,vampire diaries,americas next top model,hellcats,melrose place 2009,beautiful life,life is wild,life unexpected. Men have all the channels besides abcfamily,cw,lifetime,we.not every woman wants to watch a miilion versions of cop,lawyer,medical or reality show that are all abc,cbs,nbc,fox air.

  • Purplehewitt81

    Btw,im a 30 yr. old female. I like only a couple shows that are for an older demo like body of proof,rizzoli &isels,hawthorne.