Many networks decide to delay premiering new episodes of its popular shows around holidays, and The CW has chosen to do just that with “The 100” this Fourth of July week. There will not be a new episode of the show, which is currently in its fifth season, Tuesday (July 3) or even a repeat episode. Sorry, Kru.

Instead of The CW’s post-apocalyptic series, the network will be airing an all-new “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” tonight at 9 p.m. EDT. Comedian Greg Proops will be a guest during the fresh episode. After the half-hour show ends, another episode of the series will follow. It’s a repeat showing of an episode that aired last year, featuring a guest appearance by “Riverdale” star Marisol Nichols. Jonathan Mangum was also in the episode as a guest comedian. Right before those two episodes tonight, CW fans can watch a new showing of “Penn & Teller: Fool Us,” called “The Re-Match,” at 8 p.m. EDT.

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Paige Turco as Abby and Ivana Milicevic as Diyoza in a scene from Season 5, episode 9 of “The 100.” Diyah Pera/The CW

Speaking of 8 p.m., when “The 100” returns with new episodes on The CW on Tuesday, July 10, it’ll air at a new time. Fans have grown accustomed to the series broadcasting at 9 p.m. EDT, but it will now air at 8 p.m. EDT. Not only does that mean viewers don’t have to wait as long each Tuesday to see a new episode, but, like creator Jason Rothenberg wrote on Twitter, it also means that “the off-week is an hour shorter.”

In this new, July 10th episode of “The 100,” titled “Sic Semper Tyrannis,” Murphy (Richard Harmon) decides to start a fire in Shadow Valley, which has a disastrous outcome. Meanwhile, “the growing fractures in Wonkru threaten to explode once and for all,” according to the show’s synopsis.

After this broadcast, The CW’s new fantasy-drama series, “The Outpost,” will premiere at 9 p.m. EDT. That means fantasy-lovers will have a two-hour block of content to enjoy in just one short week.

“The 100” is back from its mini-hiatus on July 10 on The CW at 8 p.m. EDT.