If the TV program Supernatural It was a baby born on September 5, 2005, that the monster / ghost / demon child could now be taking AP classes. The CW renewed the Winchester saga for a fifteenth season, and nine other shows also received approval for renewal.
The CW is all aboard the genre train these days. Of the ten shows in its renewal ad, five are based on superheroes (Black lighting, Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl), three characteristic defense against the dark arts (Supernatural, Legacy, Charmed) and two are ultra-fetid foods (Riverdale, Dynasty.)
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the shows of the current CW lineup still remain "in the bubble," which means they may not know their destination until May, are The 100, which has been around for a while (although almost in high school – a mere kindergartener), the new Roswell restart Roswell, New Mexico (which is less than a month old and therefore only a baby), and All Americans (one of three months old).
Jane the Virgin, iZombie and Crazy ex girlfriend all will be finishing by the end of this season.
The THR also points out that there could be more super-heroic and super-dramatic shows on its way through the pilots The CW has commissioned – many of which may sound familiar:
As for 2019-2020, the network already has five pilots under construction – with more expected to come. Three of these are spinoffs – Arrow-version Batwoman, Riverdale Katy Keene and a Jane the virgin anthology called Jane to Novela.
I have to say that I am satisfied with the real children in high school now. When I was their age, I could not have dreamed of having so many gender programs at once, let alone a single network that caters to a younger audience. I am also pleased with all my friends who are not children, but watch carefully a number of programs on this renewal list.
What we've learned here is that superheroes, witches, ghosts, zombies, vampires, werewolves, chess brothers, and what the hell is going on Riverdale knows no age limit.
It is quite incomprehensible to consider that if you started to watch Supernatural When you was in high school, the show was with you through your twenties and in your thirties. Whereas The CW Supernatural will remain as long as their main stars want to do the show, their children could watch Supernatural, you could have a midlife crisis watching Supernatural, Supernatural will be in the nursing home. It's almost like an episode of the show – there's no escape Supernatural, and the show will follow you forever.
What do you think of the choices for renovation? Is there a program "in the bubble" that you're rooting for? If spinoffs are one thing and Supernatural is immortal, why do we never seem to land? Supernatural spinoffs like Rebel sisters? What if Supernatural is actually undead, it may perhaps bite Crazy ex girlfriend so we can keep this show with us for all eternity? Many important issues to consider here.
(via The Hollywood Reporter, image: The CW)
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