A likely 7th Season for ‘Supernatural’ TV series

While nothing is official yet the president of the CW has been impressed enough for season six of Supernatural and it’s Fridays ratings that it seems likely Sera Gamble will carry the show on into a seventh season.

According to a chat CW president Dawn Ostroff recently had with E! Online, she is boldly optimistic about bringing SPN back for a seventh season. Ostroff told E!, “We haven’t officially picked anything up yet, but [Supernatural] is creatively doing so well — and it’s doing better on Friday night than it was on Thursday night — so I can’t imagine we won’t pick it up.”

The network boss praised Gamble, noting, “Sera’s done a fantastic job this year. She’s done an excellent job creatively. Our network team works with the Supernatural team very closely,” says Ostroff, but the two sides have not yet engaged in any talks about a season-seven myth arc. “No, it’s too far out. We haven’t started talking about next year, but I’d be shocked if we didn’t pick it up.”

The season got off to a rocky start but seems to have found it’s footing.  This could prove promising as there is a lot that can be done with the current struggles facing Sam and Dean.   Do you think another season is a good or bad thing?

Source: dreadcentral.com

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