Supernatural Scrapbook Jan-June 2015

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Season 11!
Supernatural has been renewed for an 11th Season! At the Television Critics Association 2015 Winter Tour, CW President Mark Pedowitz announced the renewal along with that of the other 7 primetime scripted shows. Also, as of March 18th, Supernatural will return to Wednesday nights, following "Arrow".

Mark Pedowitz also said the network is still interested in a spinoff of Supernatural. "Ive been pretty outspoken in wanting another Supernatural spinoff. It's really in Jeremy Carver, Eric Kripke and Bob Singer's court. Hopefully next year, since we just renewed the show, they will come up with something we can use" Pedowitz notes that Carver's focus this season is on THIS SEASON of #Supernatural, not creating a new show. Source.


CONGRATULATIONS to Misha Collins for winning Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actor at the People's Choice Award on the 8th of January. It was hard won by fans as Misha was not listed on the choice of actors to automatically vote for nomination and his name had to be written on the nominating form.

After the win, Misha tweeted "Wait, I won a PCA? WTF? Well, i'm back to thinking this vote was rigged. I'm not even an actor (or a sci-fi/fantasy.) PS: Thank you guys."

At The Movies
It's a gathering of Supernatural alumni as Guy Bee will direct Jim Beaver (Bobby Singer), Kim Rhodes (Jody Mills), Julie McNiven (Anna Milton) and Amy Gumenick (Young Mary Winchester) in a movie called The Three Furies.