SciFiWire: CW confirms Smallville may get Season 10! and Supernatural looking good for “a long time”also!! Plus inside scoop on Season 5 of Supernatural from Castiel and Bobby…
CW is really shaping up to have a kick axx yr this year and I hope they keep Smallville for S10! and more Supernatural, oh yeah baby! So we have Vampire Diaries, Smallville (now on Friday), Supernatural..plus Medium is on CBS so two good alternatives for Fridays to stoopid FOX whom I am boycotting for killing TSCC , yeah I’m bitter and I’m clinging to the boyz on CW now
Notice CW Entertainment is run by a woman, yeah I know I’m a chauvinist ha! or maybe she is just in touch with WHAT THE FANS WANT! What a novel frakkin approach! so unlike, say…. FOX!
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Dawn Ostroff, president of entertainment for The CW, confirmed that the network’s not quite finished with Smallville, though it’s been reported that the upcoming ninth season might be its last.
“I hope it’s not the last season,” Ostroff told reporters at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Pasadena, Calif., today. “I think the producers have done a great job coming up with really good storylines this year, but I do think the show still has a lot of life yet to it.”
Smallville moves to Fridays this fall, when Ostroff wants to use the long-running series to anchor a new night of programming (WWE Smackdown previously ruled The CW on Fridays). “This is the first year we’re actually migrating all of our viewers to Friday night,” Ostroff said. “We felt the best way to open up Friday night was with a big established hit like Smallville.”
Ostroff is also holding the door open for the return of Michael Rosenbaum, who played Lex Luthor for several seasons but recently left the show. “I wouldn’t rule it out, but I don’t know if it will happen this season,” she said. “I don’t know if we really actually had a conversation with Michael, but I think the idea was to keep the character alive and make his presence really felt.”
Supernatural, which was Smallville‘s companion series on Thursday nights, also continues to go strong. “We hope Supernatural will go on,” Ostroff said. “Eric Kripke’s done a great job with the show. Creatively, the show has gotten stronger every year. The cast is wonderful, so we’re hopeful it will stay on the air for a long time.”
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SciFiWire on inside scoop on Supernatural Season 5, go read the whole thing!!
The first thing I tuned in for was to see Dean from Gilmore Girls, lol. But the MUSIC and the CAR hooked me and then the great writing and the awesome fun of it all, with great acting by Jared and Jensen. The total package Eric Kripke and I clearly have the same CD collection. These guys are the guys I hung out with with Supernatural stuff thrown in, same cars, same tunes, same badaxx attitude. LOVES IT.
…Collins confirmed he will be a season regular for the fifth season and that the notoriously emotion-challenged Castiel will align himself with Team Winchester. “I think it’s safe to say that I am with them,” Collins admitted with a pause. “Well, it’s not that simple, really, because we are angry at each other. But I think we have the same end in mind, but maybe we have different ideas of how to get there.”
That end would be ultimately keeping the demons of hell and Lucifer at bay. Collins said he has no idea if that is even feasible. “Basically, at this point, Sam and Dean screwed up and triggered the apocalypse,” he said. “Now it’s a matter of trying to reverse the process or mitigate the damage. The apocalypse is unfurling, and now we are hunted by both angels and demons. I think last season felt like at least the angels were our allies to fall back on, and now we don’t have that. It’s just a handful of people fighting all of the most powerful beings in the universe.”…
And Bobby has some shocking new twists and turns that even Jim does not fully get yet, sounds radical! Continues after the break: