Lineage the Series

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Lineage is a fan series based inpsired by Supernatural.[1] It was originated and will be directed by Victoria King.
The first season is planned to be released on streaming networks[2][3] after the end of Supernatural's season 15, possibly in late 2020. The first season is currently planned to consist of 13 episodes.
King plans to travel around hoping to involve fans as much as possible in the making of the show. A handful of casting positions are open as well, such as hunters, monsters, and demons.

Summary

Expanding the world of Supernatural, Lineage follows the lives of Mireya and Annabelle Collins. Several years ago, the angels had fallen to Earth, Heaven had closed its gates, and in the midst of the chaos, a seemingly indifferent demon and an outcast angel found centuries of love together. They were blessed with their daughters, Mireya and Annabelle. They were born from their angel mother, Cassandra and their demon father, Deacon. This created half-angel and half-demon creatures known as "Arkosios". Tragedy eventually came and Sage, a natural-gifted witch, took in the girls, protecting them for those who’d seek to hunt them or use the girls for their powers. Years later, the girls have become monster hunters, struggling with controlling their abilities, handling relationships, and the journey on what it means to be human, and what it means to be a monster.

Characters

Main Cast

  • Amanda Hon as Mireya Collins
  • Christie Marie Leone as Annabelle Collins

Recurring Cast

  • Kevin Sanders as Jackson Harper
  • Tamalii Campbell as Draven "The Raven" Bancroft
  • Lexington Abellera as Braxton Westbrook
  • Kristi Sustrick as Sage Lovecraft
  • D.L. Monico as Calix Everhart
  • Dean W. as Lance "Layla" Westbrook
  • Ian Foote as Zaaron Westbrook
  • Spencer Debenham as Charmeine
  • Steve Delgado as Officer Harrison
  • Victoria Kelemen as Kara
  • Faith Lancaster as Ravana
  • Kahala Pacrem as Loveta Wakefield
  • Nick Payne as Malik
  • Matthew Tarricone as Deacon Collins
  • Tonya Todd as Willow
  • Jasmine Yvonne as Lamia Savage
  • TBA as Cassandra Collins
  • TBA as Jonathan Harper
  • TBA as Lucifer
  • TBA as The Quinns
  • TBA as Vivian
  • TBA as Zeke

Production Team

  • Victoria King - Creator/Lead Screenwriter/Director
  • Dean W. - Lead Screenwriter/"Posing" Showrunner
  • Kristi Sustrick - Executive Producer/Legal Department
  • Lexington Abellera - Executive Producer/SAG Affiliate/Casting Director
  • Amanda Hon - HR Department
  • D.L. Monico - HR Department/Camera Operator
  • Ian Foote - Camera Operator/Lighting Specialist
  • Tristan Pete - Camera Operator/Lighting Specialist/Audio Technician
  • Danielle Patton - P.A #1
  • Nicolle Patton - P.A #2

Episodes

Season 1

  • Pilot
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    • 01 1.01
    • Written by Victoria King & Dean W.
    • Directed by Victoria King
    • Summary Two monster-hunting sisters Mireya and Annabelle, discover there is something strange about them. They discover the dangerous truth of "what" they are. They are set on a journey to figure out who they are as people. Or are they just monsters? Hunters they are running from seem to believe so.


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Featured Supernatural Beings

  • Angel (Charmeine, Cassandra Collins)
  • Archangel (Lucifer)
  • Arkosios (Annabelle Collins, Mireya Collins)
  • Demon {Deacon Collins, Kara, Lamia, Ravana)
  • Witch (Draven Bancroft, Sage Lovecraft, Malik, Willow)

Trivia

  • Original story was about the daughters of Ben Braeden who try to follow their family's footsteps.
    • After the first trailer was presented in Burbank at the Creation: Giving Back event. Was looked thoroughly by several cast members presented at the con.
    • Project was scrapped and started over after the review.
    • Support from a new writer, cast, and many others. Towards this new direction of the story.
  • There is a possibility of Sage Lovecraft being related to Rowena MacLeod[4].
    • The car the girls drive, 1993 Cadillac DeVille, is named after Rowena MacLeod.
  • Actor Chad Lindberg who portrayed Ash has expressed his support for the show[5][6].
  • Victoria King named the Haydn Wash Mall in Lineage after actor David Haydn-Jones, who portrayed Arthur Ketch[7]
  • Victoria King stated that if Mark Pellegrino, who portrayed Lucifer, made a cameo in Lineage she would want him to be the opposite of Lucifer, such as a priest.[8].
    • However, talks of Pellegrino, in fact, appearing as Lucifer rather than another character have taken place.
  • Victoria King has expressed the want for Osric Chau, who portrayed Kevin Tran, to make an appearance[9]
  • The character Lance Westbrook is a transman and will be portrayed by actor Dean W. Who is transmale.
  • The lead characters' last names "Collins" is a homage to the actor Misha Collins who plays Castiel.
    • Misha had chosen the name for Mireya.
  • Annabelle's original name was "Bexley", was changed after drafts. "Too many Bexleys on TV."
    • Annabelle's name was inspired by the famous haunted doll "Annabelle"[10] from the famous cases by the paranormal investigators the Warrens.[11]

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