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Supernatural will never die! And that's a good thing -- as long as the show stays a good thing. Supernatural is now airing Season 14 and was just renewed for Season 15. During the TCA's 2019 winter press tour, The CW President Mark Pedowitz said he hadn't made a decision on Season 16 yet. But he did address the longevity of the show, and was asked about getting into a contest with, say, NCIS, which is currently airing Season 16. He joked that NCIS may outlast them, but got serious about the future of Supernatural, since it's a question that comes up every year:
Yes, as long as the Winchester brothers -- Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) -- are still on board, and fans are still on board, this supernatural journey will never end. So far, Supernatural Season 14 seems to be on par with the viewerships of the past couple of seasons.
During the TCA panel, Mark Pedowitz mentioned Supernatural as something of a lucky charm in helping to introduce new CW shows. He was asked if it was difficult to find a spot on the schedule for the new show In the Dark, which premieres this spring. Pedowitz said no, because of Supernatural:
Supernatural airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET on The CW, and the big "Lebanon" episode arrives February 7. Keep up with everything happening on TV in 2019 with our handy midseason schedule.
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