Eleven seasons of The CW’s Supernatural have defied expectations already, raising the eternal question of when Sam and Dean might finally park the Impala for good. Heading into Season 12, however, both stars and producers are aiming for 300 episodes, which could mean a series finale in a shortened fourteenth season.
Welp, if ever you wanted to overload on TV superheros, have we got a Comic-Con for you! Warner Bros. TV has officially loaded up on 21 series headed to San Diego this year, from Flash to Supergirl to Powerless, Justice League Action, and a few non-superhero series like The Big Bang Theory, The 100, and Animaniacs. You may have heard of them.
The CW looks more and more like DC’s go-to network than ever, and the full fall 2016 premiere roster will stand as proof. Not only do we know when The Flash Season 3 will kick off The CW’s fall 2016 slate, so too do we know when to expect its Supergirl debut, Legends of Tomorrow, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and all the rest.
Soon to count itself at twelve seasons, Supernatural has been through plenty of turnover across the years, with no signs of stopping. Showrunners from Eric Kripke to Sera Gamble have led to Jeremy Carver, who himself is now confirmed to leave the longrunning CW drama for its upcoming Frequency reboot.
Yeah, pretty much no-brainers here (except for iZombie). If you like The CW, and its myriad of successful shows like superhero dramas like Flash, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, and others like Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and The 100, you’re in luck! Just about everything has been renewed for additional seasons over the 2016-2017 season.
The CW’s Tuesday and Wednesday lineups of Flash, Arrow, iZombie and Supernatural have us all on break for the next few weeks, but as March braces to cross the midway hump, we now know when all the major on-season dramas will air their finales. Find out when DC dramas, Grounders, Crazies and more should brace for the end!
Eleven seasons in, Supernatural has explored its own iteration of almost every biblical mythology, even inventing its own. Its near-finale in the fifth season even hinted that one character was in fact the official “God,” a fan-favorite tease only somewhat revisited in the last few years, while Season 11's search for the Almighty himself may have a major break, now that Rob Benedict’s “Chuck” will return.
There’s no denying the surge in CW popularity over the last few years, with superhero series like Arrow, Flash and Legends of Tomorrow dominating weekdays, while Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend bring home Golden Globes. Still, the network remains relatively small against the big four, so might CW owners look toward yet another cord-cutter streaming service?
Where once upon a time, a proposed Supernatural spinoff might have signaled an end to the Winchester brothers’ CW adventures, here we are, kicking off Season 11. The first trailer for the new year has arrived, as Sam and Dean invoke the almighty himself to stop the mysterious “Darkness,” though Castiel may prove the more immediate threat.
More and more each year, TV executives quake in their stylish, yet affordable boots over the exponential increase in peak TV, even as us ravenous viewers eagerly take it all in. Fall 2015 is no exception, cramming your DVR with everything from superheroes new and old, to Scream-ing gore-fests, animated staples and so much more. You’d need some sort of … television … guidance … periodical to navigate it all, but because we love you, we’ve compiled over 30 of Fall 2015's biggest must-see premieres. Remember to sleep, and take in the onslaught of fall 2015's TV madness by our full preview!