CBS All Access Gets Streaming Rights to CW’s ‘Nancy Drew’

A new deal has been announced for past seasons of Nancy Drew, The CW’s new mystery drama series from Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage’s Fake Empire and CBS TV Studios, will run on CBS All Access.

“Today, we are announcing our acquisition of the past-season streaming rights to Nancy Drew – a phenomenal new series from CBS TV Studios set to launch on The CW this fall,” Marc DeBevoise, President and COO of CBS Interactive said during the CBS All Access TCA session.

Nancy Drew is part of the first crop of new CW series, along with Batwoman and Katy Keene, whose full seasons will not be going to Netflix after completing their runs on The CW. That is because CW parents CBS and Warner Bros. opted not to renew their output deal with Netflix when it expired this past spring, with the three new CW shows being shopped individually.

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