‘FBoy Island’ & Comedies Imports Including ‘Everyone Else Burns’ Switch Nights As The CW Rejigs Schedule

The CW is shaking up its fall schedule ahead of its launch.

FBoy Island, which is moving to the network for its third season after two seasons on HBO Max, is switching nights with The CW’s slew of imported comedies.

Canadian comedies Son of a Critch, Run The Burbs and Children Ruin Everything and British comedy Everyone Else Burns will be moving from Monday nights to Thursday nights.

It comes after ABC moved Bachelor in Paradise and Golden Bachelor to Thursday nights.

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FBoy Island, hosted by Nikki Glaser, will now premiere on Monday October 16 with a two-hour show from 8pm. From October 23, it will air in its regular timeslot of 8pm-9pm.

Everyone Else Burns, which stars The Inbetweeners Simon Bird and is produced by Broad City producer Jax Media and Universal International Studios, will now premiere on Thursday October 19 at 9:30pm. It will follow the season two premiere of Son of a Critch at 8pm, the season two premiere of Run The Burbs at 8:30pm and Children Ruin Everything at 9pm.

FBoy Island, which is also getting a female-fronted spinoff FGirl Island at The CW, follows three women who move to a tropical paradise (in this case, Malibu rather than the Cayman Islands or Cabo San Lucas), where they’re joined by 21 men – 10 self-proclaimed “Nice Guys” looking for love, and 11 self-proclaimed “FBoys,” there to compete for cold, hard cash.

It comes from Elan Gale and STXtelevision.

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