We’ve Got Work to Do

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Back in January, I told you about a possible Supernatural spin-off tentatively called Wayward Sisters.

We’ve (actors and fans alike) been informed a few days ago that The CW network has decided to pass on this new, dynamic series. Those of us who were excited and looking forward to a female led sci-fi/fantasy series are heartbroken.

I’m writing this to encourage you to sign the linked PETITION to try and persuade The CW executives they’ve made a mistake.

For those of you who watch Supernatural, please watch the finale tomorrow night, and tweet your support. Along with #supernatual, include the hashtag #savewaywardsisters. I know the fans, cast, and crew will appreciate it.

In addition to signing the petition, you can also send your feedback directly to The CW as recommended in the following tweet.

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When contacting officials at the network, please be polite and express why you want to see the Wayward Sisters spin-off and what it means to you and your family. My daughter and I sent out our message on Monday by email to mark.pedowitz@cwtv.com.

Thank you for your support of this wonderful and what would be a unique show on television. 

 You’re in good company:

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Wayward Sisters: A Review of Supernatural’s Possible Spin-Off

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This is a review, and contains multiple spoilers for Supernatural and Wayward Sisters. If you have not seen the episodes, The Bad Place [13.09] and Wayward Sisters [13.10], and you don’t want to be spoiled, do not read any further. I reference characters and plot points from all of Supernatural’s history, so be aware of those spoilers as well. Episode references are in brackets with the first number being the season, and the second number, the episode.​ Continue reading

Wayward Sisters – A Preview

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Let me take a moment to introduce you to the geneology of how this Wayward Sisters pilot came about.

Way back in season 5 of  Supernatural, we met Sheriff Jody Mills, and she quickly became a fan favorite. In season 9, she helped save Alex, a wayward teen who had been living with vampires. Fans remembered Castiel’s vessels’s daughter Claire, and wondered what happened to her. With another sheriff being introduced a couple of episodes earlier, the fans wanted the two sheriffs to meet, which they eventually did in season 10. A fan group was born: Wayward Daughters Academy. Jody and Donna’s home for wayward girls to teach them the ways of hunting.

And so a movement was born.

Two and a half years later, and this movement birthed a back-door pilot for a Supernatural spin-off series.

Joining Sheriff Jody and Sheriff Donna, Alex and Claire are two new young women: Patience and Kaia. Patience is a psychic, like her grandmother Missouri Mossley, and Kaia is a dreamwalker who was helping Jack find Mary Winchester in “the bad place,” another universe.

Here are a few links to get you excited for tonight’s premiere as well as including some basic informaton on the main characters.

Ultimate Wayward Sisters Watch Guide

How Supernatural’s All-Female Spin-off, Wayward Sisters, was Born

Preview of 13.10

Nerdist Preview

Wayward Sisters Documentary:

This is it, guys. This is not a drill. This is the week we’ve been waiting for for 2.5 years. Please, please:
• Watch live this Thursday night at 8EST on the CW
• Shout positivity on every social network

• Use the hashtags! #Supernatural #WaywardSisters 

• Take pics in your shirts!

• SPREAD THE LOVE 💙
(Please share!)

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