From the San Jose Mercury News:
Afflicted with lackluster ratings this season, the WB (Ch. 20 locally) is going to make some wholesale schedule changes starting Sunday. The network’s revised Sunday lineup will include a new drama, “D.C.,” from the creators of “Law & Order” at 8 p.m.; the returning “Movie Stars,” a mere ratings blip when it aired briefly last summer; and the viewer-less “Zoe.” “Felicity” moves April 5 from the Sunday night spot where it has been battered much of the season to Wednesdays at 9 p.m., replacing “Roswell” in the post-“Dawson’s Creek” slot. “Roswell,” a terrific series that has labored in the shadows of “The West Wing” the entire season, will get a shot at renewal by moving to Mondays at 9 p.m. behind the WB’s highly rated “7th Heaven.” All of the series will air original episodes through May.