Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins and Jared Padalecki were at the CW Upfront presentation this week. Several outlets were able to talk to them.
 
Jared
 
 
 
More after the cut
The CW announced it's fall schedule for next season and Supernatural will stay on Thursdays.  
 
Supernatural will be the lead in for the new series Legacies.  The new fall schedule is below:
 

THE CW’s 2018-19 PRIMETIME SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
8:00-9:00 PM SUPERGIRL (New Night)
9:00-10:00 PM CHARMED (New Series)

MONDAY
8:00-9:00 PM DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW
9:00-10:00 PM ARROW (New Night)

TUESDAY
8:00-9:00 PM THE FLASH
9:00-10:00 PM BLACK LIGHTNING


WEDNESDAY
8:00-9:00 PM RIVERDALE
9:00-10:00 PM ALL AMERICAN (New Series)

THURSDAY
8:00-9:00 PM SUPERNATURAL
9:00-10:00 PM LEGACIES (New Series)

FRIDAY
8:00-9:00 PM DYNASTY
9:00-10:00 PM CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND

 

Mark Pedowitz also explained the thinking behind not picking up Wayward Sisters.
 
 
 
 
Here's the entire CWTV press release, including the descriptions of the shows:
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After the CW announced that the Supernatural spinoff Wayward Sisters would not be picked up, fans began a campaign to change the network's mind.
 
A petition was started at Change.org:  Save Wayward Sisters
 
 
Media outlets covered the story.
From Entertainment Weekly,
 
and TV Guide:
 
Andrew Dabb just tweeted. 
 
 
 
 
 
More below the cut
After GISHWHES ended this year, Misha Collins announced that it was the final GISHWHES as it had been. Now we know why. GISHWHES has become GISH!
 
As Nerds and Beyond reported you can now use GISH – The App!
Live+ 7 Day
from Programming Inisder (see end of the article for more from Programming Insider)
 
18-49
 
L+SD - 0.47  
L+3D - 0.89
Total Increase - 0.42
Percent Increase - +84%
 
Total Viewers
 
L+SD - 1.385M
L+3D - 2.362M
Total Increase - 0.977
Percent Increase - +70.54%
 
Live + 3 Day
From Programming Insider (see end of the article for more from Programming Insider).
 
18-49

L+SD - 0.47  
L+3 - 0.78
Total Increase - 0.31
Percent Increase - +64%
 
Total Viewers
 
L+SD - 1.385M  
L+3: - 2.148M
Total Increase - -0.763M
+55.09%
 
Final Same Day Ratings
 
18-49 - 0.5
Total Viewers - 1.38
 
The CW was preempted in New York for sports, which accounts for the drop.
 
 Overnight Ratings
 
 
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We have the Live +7 Day Ratings on "Bring 'Em Back Alive' from Programming Insider
 
Live + 7 Day Ratings
 
18-49
 
L+SD - 0.47
L+7D - 0.86
Total Increase - 0.39
Percent Increase - +82%
 
 Total Viewers
 
L+SD - 1.532M
L+7D - 2.512M
Total Increase - 0.98M
Percent Increase - +63.97%
 
Earlier ratings below the cut.
Ratings for Supernatural's 'The Thing' from Programming Insider
 
Live +7 Day Ratings
 
18-49
L+SD - 0.44
L+7D - 0.84
Total Increase 0.40
Percent Increase -  +39.00%
 
Total Viewers
L+SD - 1.444M
L+7D - 2.411M
Total Increase - 0.976M
Percent Increase - 66.97%
 
Live + 3 Day Ratings  from Programming Insider
 
18-49
L+SD - 0.4/2
L+3D - 0.7/3
Percent Increase - 75.00%
 
Total Viewers
L+SD - 1.444M
L+3D - 2.161M
Total Increase - 0.717M
Percent Increase - +49.65%
 
Final Same Day Ratings from TvByThe Numbers
 
18-49 - 0.4/2
Total Viewers - 1.41
 
That's quite a drop from the overnight numbers below. The CW was preempted in New York, other than that, I haven't seen any reason why the change was so large. Many shows were in repeat this week with only Supernatural, Legends of Tomorrow, Black Lightening, Arrow and and Life Sentence being new thus far.  Of those shows, only Black Lightening beat us in the 18-49 demo and Legends of Tomorrow tied us in the same demo. Basically it was a bad week for the CW all around.
 
We did make the Nielsen top 5 in social media
SPN Nielsen 5.4.2018
 
Initial ratings from Showbuzz Daily under the cut