The CW has announced that America's Next Top Model's fourteenth season will premiere with a two-hour broadcast on Wednesday, March 3 at 8PM ET/PT.

Following its debut, one-hour Top Model episodes will air in its regular Wednesdays at 8PM ET/PT timeslot beginning March 10.

America's Next Top Model began casting for its upcoming fourteenth season in August and -- similar to the competition's first 12 installments -- featured a minimum height requirement of 5'7" tall. 

While The CW has yet to confirm the move, Vogue magazine editor-at-large Andre Leon Talley reportedly served as the fourth judge for Top Model's fourteenth edition when it was filmed late last year.

Top Model's fourteenth season premiere was announced as part of The CW's unveiling of its midseason programming schedule.   Noticeably absent from the midseason schedule is Fly Girls, a new docu-reality series that will follow five Virgin America airlines flight attendants.

The CW ordered the eight-episode series in September and scheduled it to air as midseason programming. During Top Model's thirteenth-season finale in November, The CW ran a promo stating that Fly Girls was "coming soon."