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Supernatural May Continue Past Seventh Season

The CW’s president, Mark Pedowitz, has said that he is keen to continue Supernatural past its upcoming seventh season. Initially intended for a five season run from the outset by the show’s creator Eric Kripke, Supernatural continued on without him as showrunner to create a divisive sixth season. Bringing in over 2 million viewers almost every week (a strong showing for the network) the sixth season did more than well enough for the show to be picked up for a seventh season back in April.

Although it has been widely rumored that the new season would be the last, Pedowitz has said that no decision has been made either way. “It’s not intended to be the last season,” Pedowitz told Entertainment Weekly during a recent press tour. “We’ll see where the ratings go,” he teased. “We hope the show keeps going.” The CW’s faith in the show was further compounded by the recent announcement that it has ordered an additional episode for the new season, bringing the count up to 23 (the largest number of episodes in a single season of the show to date).

Supernatural will return for its seventh season on September 23rd.

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