The new CW network came into the world kicking Wednesday night as its America's Next Top Model drew its biggest audience to date, despite the fact that most of its audience had to find it on a different channel than the one they watched it on last season. "Our goal was by the end of the season to get all the viewers back," CW Entertainment President Dawn Ostroff told today's (Friday) Daily Variety. "But to have grown on Top Model -- that was beyond our expectation." CW, which is owned 50-50 by CBS and Warner Bros. is composed of some of the stations of the old UPN network and others from the old WB network. Model aired on UPN last season.