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Jody and Alex reappeared in the episode [[12.22 Who We Are]] -- and survived the season.
==PilotAnnounced==
On June 20th 2017, [http://deadline.com/2017/06/supernatural-spinoff-wayward-sisters-kim-rhodes-the-cw-backdoor-pilot-season-13-1202116253/ it was announced] that season 13 would feature a backdoor pilot for "Wayward Sisters", a spin-off series that would tell the story of "Sheriff Jody Mills and a group of troubled young women, all of them orphaned by supernatural tragedy. Under Mills’ training and protection, the women will emerge as a supreme monster-fighting force."
“That was something that simmered for us, and fans really latched onto it in a way we could have never expected, in a really awesome way,” Dabb continued. But the creatives had to wait for the show’s storylines to align. “Last season, because of the British Men of Letters and Mom, it didn’t feel right. This season, it feels right. And the way it’s going, as you’ll see as you watch the show, it evolves very organically out of the first half of the season… because we have such a high amount of lead time.”
Further news on the series was released during [[Comic-Con 2017]], [[Kim Rhodes]], [[Briana Buckmaster]], [[Kathryn Newton]] and [[Katherine Ramdeen]] were confirmed for the series along with newcomer, [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5318871/ Clark Backo].
 
[http://ew.com/tv/2017/10/13/wayward-sisters-supernatural-spin-off/ In an interview] in the Halloween edition of [[Entertainment Weekly]] producer Andrew Dabb said that Wayward features "a much larger support system for the central characters, a key detail for the writers. “What is possible if you have more than just a sibling relationship to guide you through this process,” Berens says. “Could it be different? Could it be less psychologically and physically damaging than what we’ve seen Sam and Dean go through? That’s a really core question of the show.”"
Synopsis for the pilot:
: When Sam and Dean go missing, Jody Mills calls Claire Novak, the rebellious rogue hunter, and tells her it is time to come home – they need to find the Winchesters. Claire returns and reunites with Alex Jones, who has stayed behind with Jody and tries to balance a “normal” life with being a part time hunter. While Jody is happy to have Claire home again, she’s plagued by Patience’s disturbing vision involving her adopted daughter. Claire and Alex search for Kaia Nieves, the [[dream walker]] responsible for opening the rift that Sam and Dean went through, as she holds the key to their whereabouts. Jody calls her friend, [[Donna Hanscum]], to round out the team and the women head off on the most important hunt of their lives.
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The episode was directed by [[Phil Sgriccia]] and written by [[Bob Berens]] and [[Andrew Dabb]].
The series was launched through three episodes in Season 13 of ''Supernatural'': [[13.03 Patience ]], [[13.09 The Bad Place]] and [[13.10 Wayward Sisters]].
Further news on A new character Patience (played by Clark Backo) -- the series was released during [[Comic-Con 2017]], [[Kim Rhodes]], [[Briana Buckmaster]], [[Kathryn Newton]] estranged granddaughter of psychic and returning character [[Katherine RamdeenMissouri Moseley]] were confirmed for the series along with newcomer, [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5318871/ Clark Backo]. The series will be launched through 3 episodes -- was introduced in Season 13 of ''Supernatural'': [[13.03 Patience ]], [[13.09 The Bad Place]] and [[13.10 Wayward Sisters]].
A new character Patience (played by Clark Backo) -- the estranged granddaughter of psychic and returning character [[Missouri Moseley]] -- was announced introduced in episode 3 of ''Supernatural'' in season 13. [http://deadline.com/2017/07/wayward-sisters-briana-buckmaster-kathryn-newton-katherine-ramdeen-clark-backo-cast-the-cw-spinoff-1202134222/ From the press release of 23/7/2017]:
:"[[Patience Turner]], a new member of the Wayward Sisterhood. A high school over-achiever, Patience’s life is turned upside down when she discovers she’s a powerful psychic, a gift she inherited from her estranged grandmother (and season one Supernatural character) Missouri Moseley. Hunted by dark forces for her power, Patience finds refuge with Jody and her wayward family."
On 28/9/2017 [http://ew.com/tv/2017/09/28/supernatural-spin-off-wayward-sisters-yadira-guevara-prip-kaia/ it was announced] that [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5522598/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1 Yadira Guevara-Prip] had been cast as [[Kaia Nieves]], who would first appear in [[13.09 The Bad Place]].
The character is was described as:
:"Having lost her family at a young age. By the time she reached adulthood, she was on her own, completely disconnected from her roots, as she tried to understand a burgeoning gift: In her dreams, Kaia walks between worlds — a rare and terrifying power she experiences only as a curse… a power she doesn’t understand and can’t yet control. Flinty, sarcastic, and profoundly haunted, Kaia is nevertheless strong and willful as hell — she’s had to be to survive this long on her own."''
==[http://ew[13.com/tv/2017/10/13/wayward-sisters-supernatural-spin-off/ In an interviewWayward Sisters]] ==The pilot for the Wayward Sisters series was the first episode back in 2018. It had been set up with the Halloween edition introduction of [[Entertainment Weekly]] producer Andrew Dabb said that Wayward features "a much larger support system for Patience earlier in the central charactersseason, a key detail for and the writers. “What is possible if you have more than just a sibling relationship to guide you through this processmid-season finale had introduced Kaia,” Berens says. “Could it be different? Could it be less psychologically and physically damaging than what we’ve seen Sam and Dean go through? That’s a really core question of flung the Winchesters into the showBad Place.”"
==The Pilot==Synopsis for the pilot:The pilot for : When Sam and Dean go missing, Jody Mills calls Claire Novak, the Wayward Sisters series was rebellious rogue hunter, and tells her it is time to come home – they need to find the first episode back in 2018Winchesters. It had been set up Claire returns and reunites with Alex Jones, who has stayed behind with Jody and tries to balance a “normal” life with being a part time hunter. While Jody is happy to have Claire home again, she’s plagued by Patience’s disturbing vision involving her adopted daughter. Claire and Alex search for Kaia Nieves, the introduction of Patience earlier in [[dream walker]] responsible for opening the seasonrift that Sam and Dean went through, and as she holds the mid-season finale had introduced Kaiakey to their whereabouts. Jody calls her friend, [[Donna Hanscum]], to round out the team and flung the Winchesters into women head off on the Bad Placemost important hunt of their lives. <br>The episode was directed by [[Phil Sgriccia]] and written by [[Bob Berens]] and [[Andrew Dabb]].
The episode bought in solid ratings and rated as the second highest scripted show on the Nielsen Social ratings. Reviews from media blogs and fans alike were overwhelmingly positive. (Except for the small group of fans who had never liked the concept and resented Sam and Dean not being central to the episode). Fandom was also inspired to art and write by the episode.
Ahead of the broadcast, [https://deadline.com/2018/01/the-cw-supernatural-future-spinoff-dynasty-changes-valor-fate-sabrina-move-netflix-1202237432/ CW President Mark Pedwotiz said] "“I’ve seen it, I like it but the fans determine. Nothing is perfect but the real question is whether fans will go watch it if the boys aren’t in it. I don’t know but it works, the characters work, Kathryn Newton is a real star, the actress who plays Donna (Briana Buckmaster) is hilarious.”
The pilot for the Wayward Sisters series bought in solid ratings and rated as the second highest scripted show on the [http://www.adweek.com/digital/nielsen-social-content-ratings-011517/ Nielsen Social] ratings. Reviews from media blogs and fans alike were overwhelmingly positive. (Except for the small group of fans who had never liked the concept and resented Sam and Dean not being central to the episode). Fandom was also inspired to art and write by the episode.
==Updates==
[[File:Berens tweet 2018-05-11.jpg|thumb|400px|Bob Berens message to fans]]
The On May 11th it was announced that the CW has had chosen not to order Wayward Sisters to series. Creator and writer Bob Berens tweeted the above on the 11th May, followed by Supernatural showrunner Andrew Dabb who said:<br>
:"It breaks my heart to say this, but CW has chosen to pass on Wayward Sisters. We love these characters, and have spent almost two years trying to make this show a reality on the network... but there are some fights, sometimes, you can't win. I want to thank everyone involved in this entire process, from our fantastic crew, to our amazing cast, and, most of all you. Your passion for this idea fueled us, and we wanted so much to make this happen for you. I'm so sorry we couldn't. But know that these characters will live on. We owe them, and you, and us that. Thank you.
Kim Rhodes and Briana Buckmaster expressed their sadness and disappointment as did the @WaywardDaughters account, along with other Supernatural cast members. Many pointed out that this had always been, and would continue to be, more than a TV series, it had always been about fighting for diverse female representation in media, as well as women emporwering and supporting each other.
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Fans spent the week weeks following the decision protesting and sending feedback to the CW. [https://www.change.org/p/the-cw-save-wayward-sisters An online petition] gathered over 70,000 signatures.
[https://twitter.com/i/moments/995121729520394241 Read more tweets here].
The pilot for Desite his earlier suport of the Wayward Sisters series bought in solid ratings and rated as the second highest scripted show on the [http://www.adweek.com/digital/nielsen-social-content-ratings-011517/ Nielsen Social] ratings. Importantly the reviews from media blogs and fans alike were overwhelmingly positive. Earlier in the year CW President, Mark Pedowitz had reported that he liked the [[Wayward Sisters]] pilot and that the show's future would rest on fan support, at the [[Upfronts]] on May 17th Mark Pedowitz [http://deadline.com/2018/05/supernatural-spinoff-wayward-sisters-not-where-wanted-mark-pedowitz-cw-upfronts-1202392946/ he said:]
:“We had really great material this year,” he said. “We’re really exited about the five series we did pick up. We are big fans of the characters and the women who played the characters in the series, but we did not feel creatively the show is where we wanted it to be. We felt we had a better shot with Legacies.”
He added that CW execs were “big fans” of the Wayward actresses “and hope they continue on... guest starring on Supernatural.”
 
==Wayward Continues==
In October 2018, Kim and Brianna announced that they were teaming up to produce the [[Wayward Podcast]]. [https://ew.com/podcasts/2018/10/22/supernatural-kim-rhodes-briana-buckmaster-the-wayward-podcast/ Kim said of the podcast]:
: “This podcast is not about Supernatural, it’s not about the fandom, it’s about our perspective on life as two friends and two women moving through this world. “We’re inviting the fans to stop being fans and start being fellows. I really love the fact that this has been inspired by not having a TV show, and we actually don’t see it as our consolation prize; we see it as more than a TV show because humanity and connection is so much bigger than a television show, and now we have an opportunity to do that. We have the opportunity to increase what we are, not out of ego, but out of passion for connection and authenticity.”
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