Marianas Media signed on April 20, 2009 with KTKB-LD in Hagata, Guam, as a subsidiary of CW, becoming the fifth commercial television channel in the U.S. territory. Competition from other stations on the island, coupled with financial problems with the Marianas, who operate the station under a local marketing agreement with KM Communications Inc., forced the transmitter by air on March 31, 2011. The following year, the station resumed operations. The CW has eight own and operated channels, as well as current and pending association agreements with 220 other television channels comprising 50 states, the District of Columbia and three U.S. possessions.    If only the conventional subsidiaries of CW and the over-the-air subsidiaries of The CW Plus are counted and have an estimated national reach of 100% of all households in the United States (or 330,866,316 Americans with at least one television; This makes the CW the largest broadcast network in the United States by population reach percentage. Since January 2016, three U.S. states (Delaware, New Hampshire and New Jersey) do not have a locally licensed CW subsidiary, mainly because a local subsidiary is not required, as these states are located within chains located in neighboring states. Delaware is served by Philadelphia O-O WPSG and Salisbury, affiliated with Maryland WMDT-DT2, while New Hampshire is served by three CW stations located in neighboring states (including WLVI, a Boston subsidiary). New Jersey is served by WPSG and New York subsidiary WPIX.
On June 5, 2014, The CW announced an agreement with Litton Entertainment to schedule a block of live action series that would comply with the FCC`s instructions for educational programming. Vortexx (the last block of non-educational children remaining in major U.S. channels) was replaced on October 4, 2014 by One Magnificent Morning.   The block contains a mix of thematic programs for wild animals and lifestyle, similar to those aired on the ABC and CW-Schwesternetzwerk CBS blocks produced by Litton (one of his first programs, Expedition Wild, was transferred from the ABC block to « One Magnificent Morning »; while one of the first CW block entries, Rock the Park, surpassed « Litton`s Week-Advent » after one season).   On January 7, 2016, The CW and Litton announced a five-year extension of the block, which extended it to the 2020/21 broadcast season.  Starting with the 2017/18 broadcast season, the duration of the block was reduced to three hours and broadcast from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The CW has granted the related companies two hours of recovery time.  Note that, in this regard, the C-W agreement of 26 January 2006 and operator-specific licensing agreements and interconnection agreements containing confidential information include as an exception. The CW currently offers 20 hours of regular network programming per week over a seven-day period. The network offers 12 hours of prime time programming .m to its own stations and connected stations from Sunday to Friday from 8 a.m.
to 10 p.m. Apart from prime time from Monday to Friday, From 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. .m in all time zones, a day of programming is also offered in the form of the Boulevard talk show The Jerry Springer Show (although some partners – like WPIX in New York, KDAF in Dallas-Fort Worth, KPXJ in Shreveport and WCCB in Charlotte – broadcast the show earlier in the afternoon. In addition, on Saturday mornings from 8:00 a.m. .m to 11:.m a.m., a three-hour learning program called « One Magnificent Morning » will be broadcast in all time zones. In markets where WB and UPN operated in separate stations, one of the two local outlets was left out of the merger; Most channels that did not join The CW had instead signed association contracts with MyNetworkTV, while others chose to become independent channels.