The CW network has given early renewals to 5 of its series: “Supernatural,” “Vampire Diaries,” “Gossip Girl,” “90210” and “America’s Next Top Model.” When I asked a CW representative whether creator/executive producer Eric Kripke would return for “Supernatural’s” sixth season, I got a three-word reply: “Yes, he’s back.”
I sent a note to “Supernatural” executive producer Sera Gamble when I heard about the show’s renewal for a sixth season. I said I was happy to hear that the show would be returning, but I had to be a little cheeky and ask if viewers would be getting “The Apocalypse 2: The Squeakquel” next season. Here’s her response:
“No, you will not be getting Apocalypse, The Squeaquel in Season 6 (that’s hilarious),” Gamble wrote. “We’re climaxing that story this season. We’ve been working on the Season 6 storyline for quite some time, and we’re very excited about it. We have lots of ideas, and are grateful for the chance to keep the show going.
“Please tell the fans that the writers say thank you! We so appreciate the support.”
Remember when Kripke said he had a five-year plan for the show? However, as he said last summer at Comic-Con, Kripke has re-thought that plan and has stated various times in the last year or so that he could see how the Winchesters’ story might last longer than five years. And based on Gamble’s comments, it’s looking like we’ll get a whole new story line when the Winchester return in the fall of 2010
So, my fellow “Supernatural” fans, the Winchester chronicles will get a Season 666. Wait, I meant Season 6 — my fingers slipped on the keyboard. Or maybe the Devil made me do it? (Source)