The CW and Media Rights Capital have announced In Harm's Way, a new reality series that will offer viewers a look at people employed with dangerous jobs, will premiere Sunday, September 21 at 7PM ET/PT.

In Harm's Way will then move to the Sundays at 6:30PM ET/PT timeslot beginning November 2.

Each one-hour episode of In Harm's Way will follow people who frequently risk their lives by working at a dangerous job.  Some of the perilous professions featured on In Harm's Way will include war photographers, oil well cappers, Coast Guard divers and minesweepers.

In Harm's Way is produced by Pilgrim Films and Television, with Craig Piligian serving as executive producer.

The CW announced in May that it would partner with Media Rights Capital (MRC) to secure programming for the network's Fall 2008-2009 Sunday night primetime schedule.  The alliance was described as a "strategic move" by The CW to "give viewers more original programming on Sunday nights," according to The CW president Dawn Ostroff.

In Harm's Way subsequently began production in mid-June.

In addition to In Harm's Way, The CW's partnership with MRC also includes the half-hour family comedy Surviving Suburbia as well as Valentine and Easy Money -- two hour-long dramas.

Valentine will premiere September 21 at 8PM ET/PT and will immediately be followed by the debut of Easy Money in the 9Pm ET/PT timeslot.  Surviving Suburbia will premiere November 2 at 7:30PM ET/PT.