The full 22-episode orders comes after three airings each for The CW freshmen dramas. "This is a pretty early vote of confidence from the CW, which starts its season two weeks after the major broadcast networks," says Deadline's Nellie Andreeva, pointing out that the full-season pickups come two week's earlier than The CW's back orders last fall. Batwoman and Nancy Drew have done especially well in delayed viewing. Batwoman's numbers have grown 80% in the key 18-49 demo in delayed viewing, while Nancy Drew's numbers have soared 114%. As Andreeva notes, "The CW has a bigger incentive than before to prolong the runs of series that are strong digital performers. Batwoman, Nancy Drew (and the upcoming Katy Keene) are the first CW series to come after the end of the Netflix output deal, with the CW having full in-season streaming rights vs. the traditional five most recent episodes only. This allows the CW to stream all episodes from the shows’ current seasons and monetize fans binging during the holidays for example."