The CW South Florida:

  • Is a SUPER fun television station

  • Airs SUPER fun Award Winning syndicated COMEDIES – a great alternative to News.

  • The daytime guilty pleasure – TALK SHOWS.

  • SUPER award winning Creative Team.

  • Home of the SUPERHEROES:

    • The Flash, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, Arrow, Black Lightning

WSFL-TV (The CW South Florida) is Miami-Fort Lauderdale’s CW affiliate, programming a strong schedule of entertainment and public affairs programming. The CW South Florida signal reaches South Florida television households representing more than 4 million people. The station reaches 1,697,840 cable households in Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe counties, plus extends into nearly half of West Palm Beach cable households.

Since 1982, Channel 39 has been serving South Florida a super array of entertainment from Daytime “Talk,” top of network comedy and six-nights of CW network prime, original ground-breaking, world class prime programs. In a marketing world where targeted variety and safe environment counts, The CW South Florida (WSFL) is your place to be!

Today, The CW South Florida is known for its hit shows like The Goldbergs, black-ish, Friends, Modern Family, King of Queens and Seinfeld.  Plus The CW network shows like Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, Riverdale, Black Lightning, Dynasty and Supernatural.

The station connects with fans online through , SFLCW on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

The station has developed a strong identity in the community through its support of public service campaigns and organizations such as the Partnership for a Drug Free America and The March of Dimes. The station’s local flagship program, Inside South Florida features the best and brightest of everything South Florida. Through out the day The CW South Florida offers entertainment and targeted “news” features.

The CW South Florida’s local team has been recognized locally and nationally by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Promax, Community Action Network, Advertising Federation and others.

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