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.
'Supernatural''s own post-Olympic return this past week with "Captives" definitely moved the CW drama's ninth season pace forward a few notches, but it can't outrun the casting of spinoff 'Supernatural: Tribes'. 'Heroes' alum Danielle Savre and 'Vampire Diaries' vet Stephen Martines are the latest to join the 'Tribes' crew, but what new monsters can we expect to see?
The other day gave us our first real look into 'Supernatural's forthcoming 'Tribes' spinoff, casting ‘Skins’ alum Lucien Laviscount and ‘The Vampire Diaries‘ alum Nathaniel Buzolic for the Chicago-set series, and today we have one more. 'Pretty Little Liars' star Sean Faris will join the proposed 'Supernatural' spinoff as a werewolf, but are we any closer to a series order?
We're still on the fence as to whether The CW's aging 'Supernatural' really warrants a spinoff this late in the game, but, either way, 'Supernatural: Tribes' has begun assembling. 'Skins' alum Lucien Laviscount will take a leading role in the Chicago-set spinoff alongside 'The Vampire Diaries' alum Nathaniel Buzolic.
Just last week we had our first bit of intel about the proposed 'Supernatural' spinoff by way of its rather unimpressive title 'Supernatural: Tribes,' but now much more solid details have emerged. The cast of characters feature werewolves, shapeshifters and hunters galore, so check out the full casting call for the 'Supernatural: 'Tribes' that could land on The CW as early as this fall!
We haven't heard very much on the front of The CW's purported 'Supernatural' spinoff in the way that 'Arrow''s 'The Flash' has made headlines, but at long last, it seems we have a bit of forward movement. The network has officially ordered a pilot episode of the proposed spinoff, whose new title suggests that "Tribes" will play a big part of the conflicted Chicago monster scene.