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The CW announces season finale dates and 'Labyrinth' premiere date

Supernatural -- Pictured: Jared Padalecki as Sam
Supernatural -- Pictured: Jared Padalecki as Sam
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There's a new show coming to the CW this spring, and on Wednesday, Feb. 26, the network announced the air dates for "Labyrinth" and the season finale dates for all of its series.

The CW will be airing its season finales this year over the course of several weeks, beginning with "The Tomorrow People" on May 5 and ending with "The 100" (which premieres March 19) on June 11. So far, "Supernatural," "Arrow," "The Vampire Diaries," "The Originals" and "Reign" have all been picked up for additional seasons, so even if those shows do end the seasons with cliffhangers, fans don't have to be too worried. However, the fates of "The Tomorrow People," "Star-Crossed," "Hart of Dixie," "The 100," "Beauty and the Beast" and "The Carrie Diaries" have yet to be determined.

But even once your favorite CW series have ended their seasons, there's a four-hour, two-night even miniseries to look forward to in "Labyrinth," which will be airing Thursday, May 22 and Friday May 23. The historical miniseries jumps back and forth between modern and medieval France and follows two women who are separated by centuries but both searching for the Holy Grail. An adaptation of Kate Mosse's novel, it stars John Hurt, Sebastian Stan, Jessica Brown-Findlay, Vanessa Kirby and Tom Felton.

Here are all the season finale dates for the CW's series:

Monday, May 5: "The Tomorrow People" (9 p.m.)

Monday, May 12: "Star-Crossed" (8 p.m.)

Tuesday, May 13: "The Originals" (8 p.m.)

Wednesday, May 14: "Arrow" (8 p.m.)

Thursday, May 15: "The Vampire Diaries" (8 p.m.) and "Reign" (9 p.m.)

Friday, May 16: "Hart of Dixie" (9 p.m.)

Tuesday, May 20: "Supernatural" (9 p.m.)

Wednesday, June 11: "The 100" (9 p.m.)

© Meredith Jacobs 2014

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