'Supernatural' fans were less than impressed when the current season finally debuted the potential 'Bloodlines' spinoff, chronicling the monster families running Chicago, but despite The CW's decision to pass on the pilot, the network isn't giving up just yet. CW heads confirmed that the long-running monster drama will try again next year, crafting another spinoff to extend the 'Supernatural' franchise.
Moments ago we saw news that The CW officially ordered 'Arrow' spinoff 'The Flash' to series, along with the similarly comic-friendly 'iZombie,' but the news isn't all good. The 'Supernatural' spinoff 'Bloodlines' is officially a pass, while the network also opted not to renew 'The Tomorrow People,' 'Star-Crossed' or enduring 'Sex and the City' prequel series 'The Carrie Diaries.'
‘Supernatural’ season 9 summons its 20th episode of the year in “Bloodlines,” as Sam and Dean spin off to Chicago and partner with Ennis (Lucien Laviscount) to discover that the city is secretly run by five monster families, who themselves are headed for war.
Previous ‘Supernatural’ installment “Alex Annie Alexis Ann” saw the boys reuniting with Sheriff Jodi Mills to liberate a captive girl from a nest of vampires, though the situation quickly proved more complicated. So, what does the 20th season 9 episode bring? Is 'Bloodlines' worth following to the fall?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Supernatural’ season 9 episode 20, potential spinoff “Bloodlines”!
Sam and Dean took a break from the angel madness of the current 'Supernatural' season for the likes of "Alex Annie Alexis Ann" this past week, but next week will serve an even more thankless task as the Winchesters investigate the "Bloodlines" of Chicago, potentially setting up a spinoff for the fall. Meet our new shapeshifter heroes and villains in the full set of photos from 'Supernatural: Bloodlines'!
Tuesday's latest 'Supernatural' installment "Alex Annie Alexis Ann" kept ho-hum with a bit of vampiric business, but next week's "Bloodlines" will pick things up as Sam and Dean head to Chicago to prep a shapeshifter spinoff in Chicago. Find out it 'Supernatural' has what it takes to reproduce in the first trailer for the potential spinoff: 'Supernatural: Bloodlines'!
We were admittedly less than impressed by 'Supernatural''s proposed spinoff title 'Supernatural: Tribes,' atop reservations that the long-running CW monster series needed a spinoff at all, but the latest developments are at least promising. 'Tribes' has been retitled to 'Supernatural: Bloodlines,' adding a fellow 'Supernatural' and 'Arrow' alum along the way, Melissa Roxburgh for the final series regular role.