Winchester brothers for their TV series "Supernatural" life have managed to fight with ghosts, demons, vampires, and even the Horsemen of the Apocalypse. But there is one battle that they had to fight constantly: the right to appear on our screens in each future year.
In other words, they are fighting for the decision of producers to continue the series next year. As the sixth season of "Supernatural" is now in full swing, and producer Sera Gamble has already proved that she can steer the show as it should, so there is a sense to ask a question â€“ will it be the seventh season of "Supernatural"?
Film critics still mostly quite favorably evaluate the possibility of extending the show on the seventh season, and sites such as TVByTheNumbers and Spoiler TV both believe that "Supernatural" will not end on the sixth season. And that is especially pleased the actors themselves involved in the series, expressed quite clearly about the possible next season.
So, Jim Beaver, who plays Bobby on the show, wrote in his twitter that although there is no official decision yet, he has no reason to doubt that the seventh season will be filmed. Dawn Ostroff, president of the CW channel, showing "Supernatural" also said in an interview: "... its ratings exit on Friday even better than they were on Thursday, so I cannot imagine that we do not continue it".
Of course, considering that the Supernatural "recently won the online poll on the site E! Online as "Best Show 2010", the ratings continue to grow, but cunning Japanese were drawn anime series on the grounds that it would be extremely unwise to twist the head of goose that lays such golden eggs. Well, fans of the new season of "Supernatural" guaranteed to be delighted.
Meanwhile, the sixth season, had returned to our screens on January 29.