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Supernatural on The CW: Cancelled or Renewed for Season 14?

Vulture Watch How much longer will wayward sons Sam and Dean Winchester carry on the family business of saving people and hunting things? Has the Supernatural TV show been cancelled or renewed for a 14th season on The CW? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Supernatural, season 14. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   What's This TV Show About? A horror drama airing on The CW television network, Supernatural stars Jared Padaldecki and Jensen Ackles as Sam and Dean Winchester. The cast also includes Misha Collins, Mark Pellegrino, and Alexander Calvert. This year, Samantha Smith, Kim Rhodes, Briana Buckmaster, Kathryn Newton, Katherine Ramdeen, Loretta Devine, Clark Backo, Yadira Guevara-Prip, Christian Keyes,
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‘Live Pd’: Secrets Behind A&E’s Addictive Cop Show, and How It Almost Goes Off the Rails Each Week

‘Live Pd’: Secrets Behind A&E’s Addictive Cop Show, and How It Almost Goes Off the Rails Each Week
There’s nothing quite like “Live Pd,” the hit A&E series that follows cops and sheriffs — live, in real time, as they patrol various cities and counties across the country. The series began as an eight-episode experiment, for two hours a week, back in October 2016. But as it turned into a sensation, A&E kept expanding the show’s footprint.

Now, “Live Pd” airs twice a week, on Friday and Saturday nights, for three hours both evenings (from 9 p.m. to midnight). And other than a brief five-week hiatus in September, it’s been on the air for most of the year.

“It is by far the most frustrating, challenging, and gratifying program that I have ever been involved with,” said executive producer Dan Cesareo, whose Big Fish Entertainment is behind the series. “No two nights are the same. You could have a great show one night, where we
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‘Live Pd’: Secrets Behind A&E’s Addictive Cop Show, and How It Almost Goes Off the Rails Each Week

‘Live Pd’: Secrets Behind A&E’s Addictive Cop Show, and How It Almost Goes Off the Rails Each Week
There’s nothing quite like “Live Pd,” the hit A&E series that follows cops and sheriffs — live, in real time, as they patrol various cities and counties across the country. The series began as an eight-episode experiment, for two hours a week, back in October 2016. But as it turned into a sensation, A&E kept expanding the show’s footprint.

Now, “Live Pd” airs twice a week, on Friday and Saturday nights, for three hours both evenings (from 9 p.m. to midnight). And other than a brief five-week hiatus in September, it’s been on the air for most of the year.

“It is by far the most frustrating, challenging, and gratifying program that I have ever been involved with,” said executive producer Dan Cesareo, whose Big Fish Entertainment is behind the series. “No two nights are the same. You could have a great show one night, where we
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Ruth Connell Confirms Supernatural Return

Throughout the course of its thirteen seasons, Supernatural has introduced no shortage of memorable characters to orbit Sam and Dean Winchester. And while not all of them may enjoy the perks that come with being granted a spinoff show to call their own, there are those whom we simply can’t imagine the series without.

Of course, names such as Castiel and Lucifer immediately come to mind – who were introduced in seasons 4 and 5, respectively – but a somewhat recent addition whom many of us couldn’t help but fall in love with was that of Rowena, the scarlet-haired witch played by Ruth Connell. And since her debut in season 10, Ruth has shown us that even if you’re playing a villain (though she’s been a bit ambiguous at times), you’ll accrue a generous fan base if you do your job well enough.

Now, if you’re current on the series,
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Finn Wolfhard Is Well on His Way to Being a Horror Icon With His Next Role

Looks like Finn Wolfhard isn't tired of the horror genre just yet. On Thursday, Variety reported that Wolfhard has been cast in a new horror film called The Turning. The new project is actually an adaptation of the classic ghost story novella The Turn of the Screw, written by Henry James in 1898. The story follows a young woman who accepts a job as a nanny to two orphans in a seemingly haunted country mansion. I say "seemingly" because, well . . . just read the book and you'll know what I mean. Wolfhard has had quite the streak when it comes to the horror genre. After an early role in The CW's veteran series Supernatural, the young actor has since starred in Netflix's creepy and terrifying sci-fi series Stranger Things. This year, he also played loud-mouth Richie Tozierin Andy Muschietti's critically celebrated remake of Stephen King's It. Demogorgons, demonic clowns, ghosts . . . man,
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Supernatural Boss Explains How Wayward Sisters Will Be Different

Supernatural Boss Explains How Wayward Sisters Will Be Different
When Supernatural returns in January, the series will attempt to launch a new spin-off called Wayward Sisters, featuring a group of characters that longtime fans will recognize.

The backdoor pilot, titled "Wayward Sisters" and scheduled for Jan. 18, will see Kim Rhodes reprise her role as Jodi Mills,

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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on The Originals, Gotham, Roseanne, NCIS, Grey's, S.H.I.E.L.D., Timeless and More

Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on The Originals, Gotham, Roseanne, NCIS, Grey's, S.H.I.E.L.D., Timeless and More
Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: I feel like we know a lot about The Originals’ fifth season… except for the Big Bad. Who is the Mikaelsons’ final enemy? —Karen

Ausiello: Well, that and a premiere date, am I right? Anyway, executive producer Julie Plec explains that while last season’s baddie — remember the Hollow? — will remain a present force in Season 5, the real enemy is far more complicated. “The Big Bad this year is launched from an ideology more so than one singular person’s nefarious desire,
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2017 in Review: The Scenes We Desperately Wish We Could Unsee

2017 in Review: The Scenes We Desperately Wish We Could Unsee
Oof. Ugh. Eww. Gag.

Those are just a few of the sounds the TVLine staff made while narrowing down the choices for the year’s grossest, most unsettling, forever disturbing moments from TV shows. And because antipathy loves company, we’re sharing those scenes with you!

All of the incidents captured in the gallery above took place in the past 12 months and made us do everything from cringe to cry out in horror — despite the fact that they aired during our favorite shows.

An American Horror Story pee balloon, impatient Salem and Supernatural demons, Outlander seasickness and not one but two Game of Thrones grossouts?
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Charlie Brown vs. Rudolph: Here’s Who Won This Year’s Battle of the Classic Christmas Specials — Ratings Watch

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Charlie Brown vs. Rudolph: Here’s Who Won This Year’s Battle of the Classic Christmas Specials — Ratings Watch
Good grief! Christmas specials are in full swing, and the networks dusted off some of their biggest classics last week: ABC’s “A Charlie Brown Christmas” and CBS’ “Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer.” In their inaugural 2017 runs, “Rudolph” (2.1 among adults 18-49) edged out “Charlie Brown” (1.8), giving a ratings edge to the reindeer with a very shiny nose.

“Rudolph,” which premiered in 1964, and “Charlie Brown,” which first bowed in 1965, are considered the key staples in a sea of primetime holiday specials, some of which have come and gone over the years. But both specials were overshadowed this year by a newcomer: “DreamWorks Trolls Holiday,” which averaged a 2.4 rating when it aired on Nov. 24, during the Thanksgiving weekend.

But there are plenty of caveats to all of this, since none of the specials actually faced off in the same time slot. “A Charlie Brown Christmas” performed respectably considering it aired in a tough Thursday 8 p.
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‘Charlie Brown Christmas’ vs. ‘Rudolph’: Here’s Who Won This Year’s Battle of the Classic Christmas Specials — Ratings Watch

‘Charlie Brown Christmas’ vs. ‘Rudolph’: Here’s Who Won This Year’s Battle of the Classic Christmas Specials — Ratings Watch
Good grief! Christmas specials are in full swing, and the networks dusted off some of their biggest classics last week: ABC’s “A Charlie Brown Christmas” and CBS’ “Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer.” In their inaugural 2017 runs, “Rudolph” (2.1 among adults 18-49) edged out “Charlie Brown” (1.8), giving a ratings edge to the reindeer with a very shiny nose.

“Rudolph,” which premiered in 1964, and “Charlie Brown,” which first bowed in 1965, are considered the key staples in a sea of primetime holiday specials, some of which have come and gone over the years. But both specials were overshadowed this year by a newcomer: “DreamWorks Trolls Holiday,” which averaged a 2.4 rating when it aired on Nov. 24, during the Thanksgiving weekend.

But there are plenty of caveats to all of this, since none of the specials actually faced off in the same time slot. “A Charlie Brown Christmas” performed respectably considering it aired in a tough Thursday 8 p.
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Was Empire Kiss Way Overdue? Does S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Yo-Yo Delight? Where Did Good Doctor Go? And More TV Qs!

Was Empire Kiss Way Overdue? Does S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Yo-Yo Delight? Where Did Good Doctor Go? And More TV Qs!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Lucifer, Empire, Supernatural and Psych: The Movie!

1 | Does Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s Kasius allllmost look like if he wiped off his “make-up,” he could be Grant Ward? And has Yo-Yo officially become the most charming “speedster” on TV?

2 | How come The Walking Dead’s Eugene is more reluctant to get Dwight killed than, say, Rosita? Why wouldn’t Rick have taken backup for his junkyard powwow with Jadis? And how gullible are the
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Supernatural: 3 Questions We Have About Mary Winchester

Supernatural has reunited three out of four of our favorite ghoul-busting men in an intense, action-packed episode. We assumed that finding Jack and Cas would be the big adventure, but alas, a much bigger, completely unexpected chain of events unfolded that all revolve around Mary Winchester. Surprise! Dean and Sam's mama is trapped in some sort of alternate dimension, alive for right now, but in great danger. Who knew? We're all thrilled. Dean nearly does a backflip at the thought of seeing his mother again, perplexed because he never thought that she'd be found alive. Jack spent his time gone proving he can do good things with his powers for chosen family, and that almost makes me forgive him for leaving us for two episodes. But back to Mary. Last time we saw her, it was a few episodes ago, when she was tempted to run after witnessing a brawl between Michael and Lucifer.
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Ratings: Orville Steady With Season Finale, Gotham Ends Fall on Low Note

Fox’s The Orville ended its freshman mission on Thursday night with 3.54 million total viewers and a 0.9 demo rating, holding steady week-to-week.

The Seth MacFarlane-captained space dramedy has already been renewed for Season 2.

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Opening Fox’s night, Gotham (2.56 mil/0.8) dipped to a new audience low with its fall finale while holding onto its demo low.

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Elsewhere….

CBS | The Big Bang Theory (14.3 mil/2.8) and Young Sheldon (12.5 mil/2.2) were up, Mom (8.8 mil/1.4) and
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'Supernatural' Needs to Embrace Its Multiverse in Season 13

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'Supernatural' Needs to Embrace Its Multiverse in Season 13
The Supernatural winter finale was a tense one for Sam and Dean as they searched for Jack (and their mother) only to be met with ultimate disappointment on both fronts. Rather than reuniting with Mary or sticking with Jack, Sam and Dean were sent to some alien world where dinosaurs seemingly still roam the earth. Meanwhile, Jack and Mary were stuck in the apocalypse world that was introduced in the season 12 finale. The situation is far from ideal for Sam and Dean but it's one that should benefit the audience because Supernatural truly needs to embrace the multiverse concept in season 13.
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Supernatural Season 13 Mid-Season Finale Review: Jack, Kaia, and “The Bad Place”

Supernatural entered its mid-season finale with a lot of balls in the air. Castiel and Lucifer are trapped by Asmodeus in Hell. Jack was missing, and Mary was still trapped in this alternate universe where Sam and Dean Winchester don’t exist. Not to mention Mr. Ketch is still at large. Anyhow, not all of these balls have fallen from the air to the ground in “The Bad Place”, but several of them do. They also sow a few more seeds in preparation for Wayward Sisters, the upcoming spin-off, but in a way that feels truly natural and organic, unlike the previous spin-off attempt.

Supernatural Season 13 Mid-Season Finale Review: Jack, Kaia, and “The Bad Place”
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Supernatural season 13 episode 9 review: The Bad Place

Bridget Lamonica Dec 8, 2017

The midseason finale of Supernatural ends at a perfect, cinematic moment that had us on the edge of our seats! Spoilers...

This review contains spoilers.

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13.9 The Bad Place

It’s the mid-season finale, and Supernatural did not hold anything back.

This was a great way to go into a long break—with fans wanting more. Not only did we finally reunite Jack and the Winchesters, but the episode simply had beautiful cinematography. A lot of care was put into the visuals of this episode, so I’m going to share what I noticed.

How do you keep a fresh visual style in a long-running show? You mix it up. In this episode, we saw some
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Best 'Supernatural' Quotes from 'The Bad Place'

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Best 'Supernatural' Quotes from 'The Bad Place'
Here are the best and funniest quotes from Sam and Dean Winchester?s adventures in the 9th episode of Supernatural season 13. Also, check out my recap of this episode.

Official Synopsis from the CW: "Jack (Alexander Calvert), desperate to prove to Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) that he is good and that he can control his powers, enlists the help of a dreamcatcher named Kaia (guest star Yadira Guevara-Prip) to help him find Mary Winchester (Samantha Smith) and save her from the alternate universe. However, when plans go awry, the Winchester brothers are the ones who need saving."
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'Supernatural': Why the Time Is Right for Spinoff 'Wayward Sisters'

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Thursday's midseason finale of Supernatural, "The Bad Place."]

It's time for women to save the day on Supernatural.

The CW's longest-running series ended Thursday's midseason finale by throwing leads Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) into a different universe populated by a dinosaur-sized monster. Meanwhile, Jack (Alexander Calvert) was thrown into the alternate Hell universe where Mary (Samantha Smith) was being held as a prisoner. When Patience (Clark Backo) saw an ominous vision of the boys in trouble, she turned to Jody Mills (Kim Rhodes) for help. And with that, The CW's potential...
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Supernatural EPs Talk Dean and Sam's New 'Bigger, Badder, Grosser' Reality

Supernatural EPs Talk Dean and Sam's New 'Bigger, Badder, Grosser' Reality
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Thursday’s Supernatural.

Supernatural‘s fall finale on Thursday can be summed up thusly: What in the world…?! As in, what in the world lurks in the strange, new place Dean and Sam are stuck in?

Let’s rewind: Hoping to open a rift to the apocalypse world in order to save Mary, Jack enlisted the help of dreamwalker Kaia, aka the latest Wayward Sister. But it was Jack, Dean and Sam who needed saving when the angels came looking for Lucifer’s offspring. Even Sam’s warding couldn’t keep them away… but
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