Before anyone starts griping about the "Friday death-slot" just look at the rest of the CW's schedule. Friday, paired with Supernatural, is about the only place on the networks schedule that makes any sense. Those shows are the only shows the network has that are anything other than teeny-bopper fluff, so putting them together on Friday works. (I am looking forward to checking out Ringer, it was developed for CBS, so it may be a bit more mature as well.) The flip side to the argument though, is the competition. The other networks also are programming "genre" shows on that night, meaning Nikita will go directly up against Chuck (quite different shows, but with crossover audiences, not to mention producers) and then the 9/8C hour will feature a three-way competition between Supernatural, Fringe and NBC newbie Grimm.