The future of the Rev. Ernest Angley’s Cuyahoga Falls-based television station is unclear following the announcement Wednesday that it is losing its prime-time programming from The CW network.

WBNX (Channel 55), owned by Ernest Angley Ministries affiliate Winston Broadcasting Network, will no longer air CW programming starting Monday, the Plain Dealer reported. That’s when Cleveland-based WUAB (Channel 43) will become Northeast Ohio’s new home for The CW.

A WBNX representative reached by phone Wednesday afternoon told the Beacon Journal that the station has no comment on the matter, leaving questions about what programming — if any — will replace The CW on WBNX.

In December, WKYC (Channel 3) reported that a civil foreclosure case was filed in Summit County for the Winston Broadcasting Network. In January 2013, Ravenna-based Beck Energy Corp. loaned $3.6 million to the network to pay off a promissory note held by PNC Bank. According to the complaint, Angley failed to repay the loan.

WBNX, has been the region’s CW affiliate since January 2006, when the network was launched after a merger of two mini networks, UPN and The WB.

The CW has programmed 10 prime-time hours a week, 8-10 p.m. Monday through Friday. In the fall, it will Sunday night programming.

WUAB is the sister station of Cleveland CBS affiliate WOIO Channel 19, both owned by Alabama-based Raycom Media. Before the creation of the CW, WUAB carried UPN programming and WBNX carried The WB.

Calling itself CW 43, WUAB also will carry the CW’s exclusive TV events, including the iHEARTRadio Music Festival. Channel 43 will continue to air such syndicated programming as The People’s Court, Mom and Family Feud. Following the CW’s prime-time lineup, Channel 43 will extend the 10 p.m. newscast to a full hour, the Plain Dealer reported.