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S13 - Episode ten "Wayward Sisters”

KATHRYN NEWTON, KIM RHODES, KATHERINE RAMDEEN, BRIANA BUCKMASTER, CLARK BACKO AND YADIRA GUEVARA-PRIP RETURN – When Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) go missing, Jody Mills (guest star Kim Rhodes) calls Claire Novak (guest star Kathryn Newton), the rebellious rogue hunter, and tells her it is time to come home – they need to find the Winchesters. Claire returns and reunites with Alex Jones (guest star Katherine Ramdeen), who has stayed behind with Jody and tries to balance a “normal” life with being a part time hunter. While Jody is happy to have Claire home again, she’s plagued by Patience’s (guest star Clark Backo) disturbing vision involving her adopted daughter. Claire and Alex search for Kaia Nieves (guest star Yadira Guevara-Prip), the dreamcatcher responsible for opening the rift that Sam and Dean went through, as she holds the key to their whereabouts. Jody calls her friend, Donna Hanscum (guest star Briana Buckmaster), to round out the team and the women head off on the most important hunt of their lives. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Robert Berens and Andrew Dabb (#1310). Original airdate 1/18/2018.

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From Supernaturalwiki Season 13 spoilers from Comic-Con 2017

Wayward Sisters

Further news on the series was released during Comic-Con 2017. Alongside Kim Rhodes, Briana Buckmaster, Kathryn Newton and Katherine Ramdeen were confirmed for the series along with Clark Backo. The series will be launched through episodes 3, 9 and 10 of Season 13 of Supernatural Season 13.

A new character Patience (Clark Backo) - estranged granddaughter of psychic and returning character Missouri Mosely - will be introduced in episode three of Supernatural in Season 13.

From the press release of 23/7/2017:

Patience Turner, a new member of the Wayward Sisterhood. A high school over-achiever, Patience’s life is turned upside down when she discovers she’s a powerful psychic, a gift she inherited from her estranged grandmother (and season one Supernatural character) Missouri Moseley. Hunted by dark forces for her power, Patience finds refuge with Jody and her wayward family.

Episodes 9 and 10 of Supernatural in Season 13 will be the pilot episodes to launch the potential spin-off.
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Supernatural Season 13 Spoiler Sheet!

Title: Wayward Sisters
Written by: Robert Berens and Andrew Dabb
Filming Dates: October 25 - November 5.
Airdate: February 1 or February 8
Guest stars: Kim Rhodes (Jody Mills), Briana Buckmaster (Donna Hanscum), Kathryn Love Newton (Claire Novak), Katherine Ramdeen (Alex Jones), Clark Backo (Patience Turner).

Other Spoilers/info (newest to oldest):
This episode will be the Wayward Sister backdoor pilot
New Orleans convention to occur during filming
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PART (MOST) OF THE SONG I WROTE FOR @WaywardDaughtrs/#WaywardSisters :D :D :D @kimrhodes4real @OfficialBrianaB
10:52 PM - 18 Aug 2017

Video: https://twitter.com/CierraSuee/status/898754436750757889
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It is pretty awesome. :)
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From Supernatural Season 13 Spoiler sheet

Airdate: January 25

Castiel? Possibly

Guest stars: Kim Rhodes (Jody Mills), Briana Buckmaster (Donna Hanscum), Kathryn Love Newton (Claire Novak), Katherine Ramdeen (Alex Jones), Clark Backo (Patience Turner), Yadira Guevara-Prip (Kaia)

Other Spoilers/info (newest to oldest):

The actresses have started fight training long before filming.
According to Briana, there will be six characters, all female but not all straight (!).
Bob Singer hinted at SDCC that the Wayward girls would be dealing with a stationary, Hellmouth type of situation.
Kim revealed at the ChiCon PJ party that the Wayward backdoor pilot would be the midseason premiere.
This episode will be the Wayward Sister backdoor pilot
New Orleans convention to occur during filming
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How 'Wayward Sisters' Will Be Different from 'Supernatural' from BuddyTV

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The long-awaited and much-requested Supernatural spin-off, Wayward Sisters, isn't quite a go just yet. There are no official plans for the spin-off, besides the fact that an episode of Supernatural season 13 will serve as a backdoor pilot for the series. Even if there is no series pick-up, let alone series premiere date for the show, that doesn't mean a fair bit of thought hasn't gone into the project. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the cast and crew talked about the spin-off and how Wayward Sisters separates itself from its parent series.

The obvious difference between Wayward Sisters and Supernatural is that the spin-off will be female-focused, as opposed to the male-heavy Supernatural. Kim Rhodes (who will play the show's lead Jody Mills) doesn't like to view things that simply. It's not "Supernatural with girls," she explained. "It's Supernatural with heroes that happen to be female."

However the show, if picked up, will function a lot differently from Supernatural but it'll begin in a somewhat similar way. Claire Novak, who has been out on her own, will return to her home with Jody Mills and find things a little different. (Not too dissimilar to Dean finding Sam after many years apart in the Supernatural pilot.)

Claire will discover that Jody has taken in a new surrogate daughter, Patience. Patience is a psychic, and the granddaughter of Supernatural's Missouri Moseley. Claire will find herself at odds with Patience and that uneasy and unconventional family dynamic will be something that plays out throughout the series. The cast (and family) will be rounded out by Jody's partner, Donna, and two other surrogate daughters, returning character Alex and newcomer Kaia.

While Supernatural has always been about the brotherly relationship between Sam and Dean, Wayward Sisters will be about mothers, daughters and bonds of friendship. As much Claire and Patience will find themselves fighting, Claire will be very close to other newcomer Kaia. "She wants to keep Kaia safe," Kathryn Love Newton, who plays Claire, said. "It's really important to her, and you'll find out why."

The most compelling difference between Wayward Sisters and Supernatural will be that Wayward won't be another "road show." Jody's surrogate family will stay in one spot, in the town of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Executive producer Andrew Dabb made that decision because he wanted to build a community for the show. "This is a place where romance can happen. Or rivalry," he explained.

The central location will also add in a bit of fantasy for the series. The show's version of Sioux Falls will have a personality and character, with monsters inhabiting it and the family trying to protect their home. "This is an opportunity to do something in the world of Supernatural that has some of the sensibilities of Supernatural but addresses a lot of issues, scenarios and characters that are very different," Dabb said.

Wayward Sisters is in the very early stages but everything sounds very promising. The show seems to have developed an identity outside of Supernatural, but still has elements and, of course, characters that fans will want to see explored more. It wouldn't just be a shock if Wayward Sisters doesn't become it's own series, it would be a shame too.
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Wayward Sisters: Get the first details on the Supernatural spin-off from EW

In June, The CW announced Wayward Sisters,
 a potential Supernatural spin-off — with a backdoor pilot set to air as Supernatural‘s first episode of 2018 — about a group of troubled women who’ve all been orphaned by supernatural tragedy. Led by the late Jimmy Novak’s daughter, Claire (Kathryn Love Newton), and under the training of sheriffs Jody Mills (Kim Rhodes) and Donna Hanscum (Briana Buckmaster), they’ll become a monster-fighting force. “This is an opportunity to do something in the world of Supernatural that has some of the sensibilities of Supernatural but addresses a lot of issues, scenarios, and characters that are very different,” executive producer Andrew Dabb says.

It all begins when Claire comes home. “Claire went out, she kicked ass on her own, but a crisis will occur that will force her back into the fold of the Wayward family,” EP Robert Berens explains. And though the show will have a similar feel to Supernatural — Kim Rhodes calls it a “perfect sibling” to the series — one of its biggest differences is location. While Supernatural is a road show, Wayward will be localized in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, a decision that Dabb says allows them to create a real community. “This is a place where romance can happen. Or rivalry,” he says.

Speaking of which, Claire arrives home to find that her caretaker, Jody, has taken in a new psychic named Patience (Clark Backo), the granddaughter of Missouri Moseley (Loretta Devine), and she won’t exactly be happy about it. “[Jody] is constantly saying, ‘My door is always open,’ and she does it again in episode 3 of this season where we meet Patience,” Rhodes says. Dabb adds that Patience will serve as the “eyes of the show” when she walks in as the new girl. “Everyone else is like, ‘Sometimes we do autopsies of monsters on the dinner table.’ She’s like, ‘That’s insane! That’s not a thing people do.’ She’s there to offer a little bit of perspective.”

Rounding out the family is Alex (Katherine Ramdeen), the first girl Jody took in and the closest thing she has to a daughter, and Kaia (Yadira Guevara-Prip), 
a new addition who has the ability to walk between worlds in her dreams. “Kaia has been on her own for a long time,” Dabb says. “She’s not sure who she can trust, but she starts to form certain bonds and relationships that make it clear that this is the place she needs to be.” One of those bonds will be with Claire, whom Kathryn Love Newton reveals saves Kaia’s life when they first come into contact. “She wants to keep Kaia safe,” Newton says. “It’s really important to her, and you’ll find out why.”

As for Kaia’s ability to walk between worlds, Newton says the story “does have a little more of a fantasy vibe” than Supernatural, though it still has what she calls the “core Supernatural dynamic.” As Berens puts it, they approached the spin-off with the attitude of: “What’s a show that’s like Supernatural but different?” And although one of the key differences is the fact that this show features women at its center, Rhodes says it’s not “Supernatural with girls.” Rather, as she puts it, “It’s Supernatural with heroes that happen to be female.”

But unlike Supernatural, Wayward features a much larger support system for the central characters, a key detail for the writers. “What is possible if you have more than just a sibling relationship to guide you through this process,” Berens says. “Could it be different? Could it be less psychologically and physically damaging than what we’ve seen Sam and Dean go through? That’s a really core question of the show.”

Speaking of Sam and Dean, there is a reason why they don’t just show up and help out. Rhodes promises, “It’s made very clear why this is happening without Sam and Dean, although there’s a beautiful opportunity for them to come visit.”

After all, Jody’s door is always open.
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Wayward Sisters Cast, Story and Details for Supernatural Spinoff from Denofgeek

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Supernatural's Kim Rhodes will star as Jody Mills in Wayward Sisters, a spinoff series co-starring her character’s foster family.

Supernatural is proving that, much like its main characters, its unrealized spinoff aspirations never truly stay dead. Indeed, it appears that the television continuity of the long-running CW mainstay in which brothers Sam and Dean Winchester hunt monsters across the country will see a new addition, this time headlined by an established fan-favorite character.

Back in June, THR reported that The CW will take another stab with its proverbial angel blade to develop a Supernatural spinoff series. This spinoff attempt will be titled Wayward Sisters in a nod to Kansas’s 1976 hit “Carry on Wayward Son,” which Supernatural regularly plays during the prologue recaps for season finale episodes. Here, Kim Rhodes stars as her long-running Supernatural character in Sioux Falls sheriff Jody Mills, joined by young female cohorts, each tragically orphaned in attacks by monsters.

Wayward Sisters News

Some intriguing plot details for Wayward Sisters have arrived by way of an EW interview with the cast and key producers.

First and foremost, it was revealed that – unlike its road-trip-rocking Winchesters-led main series – Wayward Sisters will be a stationary series, primarily setting itself in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where protagonist Jody Mills (Kim Rhodes) serves as sheriff. Hinting a more community-centric series, co-executive producer Robert Berens states, “This is a place where romance can happen. Or rivalry.”

Wayward Sisters will first take shape with a midseason backdoor pilot in the freshly-premiered Supernatural Season 13 in the first episode of 2018. There, we’ll witness the initial assemblage of the would-be spinoff series main players, starting with the reunification of the foster family of Jody Mills, which was left fractured after a werewolf-related incident in Season 11 saw Claire Novak (Kathryn Love Newton) go off on her own (though she resurfaced solo in a Season 12 episode). As Berens explains:

“Claire went out, she kicked ass on her own, but a crisis will occur that will force her back into the fold of the Wayward family.”

The most recent addition to the Wayward Sisters cast, Yadira Guevara-Prip, who plays dream-walker Kaia, will also uniquely fit into the dynamic, albeit reluctantly. The character has become wary of people after having been out on her own for a long time. Yet, it’s an experience that matches that of the returning Claire. Indeed, Love-Newton describes a bond that will inevitably form after the two meet when Claire saves Kaia’s life, stating:

“[Kaia is] not sure who she can trust, but she starts to form certain bonds and relationships that make it clear that this is the place she needs to be.” Adding, “She [Claire] wants to keep Kaia safe. It’s really important to her, and you’ll find out why.”

Star Kim Rhodes, who eschews the idea that Wayward Sisters will simply be “Supernatural with girls,” calls it “a perfect sibling.” Rhodes reveals that we won’t have to wait that long for the initial seeds of the spinoff, since the introduction to one its primary players in newcomer Patience Turner (Clark Backo) is near. Patience is the psychic-powers-inheriting granddaughter of Season 1’s Missouri Mosely. As Rhodes explains:

“[Jody] is constantly saying, ‘My door is always open,’ and she does it again in Episode 3 of this season where we meet Patience.”

Co-executive producer Andrew Dabb chimes in on Patience’s place in the cast dynamic, describing her as the “eyes of the show.” Yet, her status as a newcomer, not only to the series, but the Supernatural universe, also makes her an overwhelmed layperson with whom audiences can identify. According to Dabb:

“Everyone else is like, ‘Sometimes we do autopsies of monsters on the dinner table.’ She’s like, ‘That’s insane! That’s not a thing people do.’ She’s there to offer a little bit of perspective.”

It's certainly sounding like Wayward Sisters, by planting roots in its Sioux Falls setting, will focus more on the dynamic of its large cast – at least when not decapitating and/or disemboweling monsters.

Wayward Sisters Cast

While it seemed like a forgone conclusion that Wayward Sisters would see its main cast boosted by role reprisals for the foster family of Supernatural’s Jody Mills in Kathryn Newton as Claire Novak and Katherine Ramdeen as Alex Jones, consider that idea gospel. Deadline confirms that deals have been made for both of them to co-star in the spinoff.

However, the report also indicates that the Wayward Sisters cast will get some intriguing backup in the form of two cast additions, with one familiar face from the mothership show and one newcomer with a legacy.

Brianna Buckmaster (Devil in the Dark) joins the series as Sheriff Donna Hanscum. The character was introduced in Supernatural Season 9 as a small-town local sheriff in Stillwater, MN who found herself immersed in the Winchesters’ investigation of a local weight-loss spa, which was a front for monsters that crave human fat. While she starts out rather eccentric, with fragile self-esteem, her continued edification about the hidden world of monsters in subsequent episode appearances – which included a team-up with Jody Mills – eventually helped Donna evolve into a monster-decapitating badass with a badge. With the character having become a fan favorite, this will be quite a welcome cast addition.

Clark Backo (Designated Survivor) joins the series as Patience Turner, a new character with a surprising connection to one of Supernatural’s earliest episodes. Patience’s path to joining the battle against monsters with the Wayward Sisters will start when her life as an overachieving high school student is completely sidetracked by the revelation that she possesses potent psychic powers; a gift inherited from her grandmother and Supernatural Season 1 character Missouri Moseley, who will also make an appearance.

Loretta Devine (The Carmichael Show) will make an appearance as Missouri Moseley, who passes on her psychic gift to granddaughter Patience. This will be a role reprisal for Devine that’s 12 years in the making. Missouri’s lone appearance occurred in Supernatural Season 1, Episode 9, “Home” (aired Nov. 15, 2005), in which she helped the Winchesters with a spiritual predicament.

Yadira Guevara-Prip is the latest cast addition. She will play Kaia Nieves, a character who fits the show’s titular profile of a Wayward Sister, having lost her family at a young age. She’s described as having a “flinty, sarcastic” personality, matched by a strong will. Moreover, Kaia also brings her own bit of supernatural to this Supernatural spinoff, since she’s a dream-walker, possessing the power to walk between worlds in her dreams. However, she’s not quite in tune with her gift or the familial roots from which it originated and sees it as a curse, resulting in her being overwhelmed by her dream-walking experiences.

A newcomer, Guevara-Prip, only had a few short film appearances banked before fielding a recurring role on the Belize-set Amazon crime-comedy series Mad Dogs. She’s also booked to appear in an untitled TV movie from writer Jenny Lumet (The Mummy 2017). However, Wayward Sisters – should it move forward as a series – would be her very first regular run on a television series. That prospect, however, depends on how well the Wayward Sisters introduction fares when it first manifests as a backdoor pilot on Supernatural Season 13, in which Guevara-Prip’s Kaia Nieves will reportedly debut with the rest of the spinoff cast.

Wayward Sisters Details

Wayward Sisters will be in steady hands with Supernatural showrunners Andrew Daab and Robert Singer handling scriptwriting duties, joined by franchise-familiar executive producers in Phil Sgricca and Robert Berens. Like the previous attempted Supernatural spinoff a few years ago in the monster-family-centric Supernatural: Bloodlines, Wayward Sisters will first manifest with an exposition-setting backdoor pilot, this time during the upcoming Season 13. The spinoff is expected to showcase some established characters, while introducing some new faces.

On Supernatural, Jody Mills – introduced in Season 5 when struck by a zombie-related tragedy that claimed her husband and son – ended up adopting a duo of teens. Claire Novak (Kathryn Love Newton), was introduced in Season 4 (first played by Sydney Imbeau,) as the daughter of angel Castiel’s bodily vessel. Annie “Alex” Jones (Katherine Ramdeen) was introduced in Season 9 in tragic circumstances, trafficked as bait for vampire victims before the Winchesters intervened. Since Jody's foster family often find themselves drawn into the monster-hunting orbit of the Winchesters, a spinoff centering on them has been pitched by many-a-fan.

Wayward Sisters Premiere Date

While Wayward Sisters doesn't have a premiere date set in stone, the series will kick off with a backdoor pilot episode in Supernatural Season 13. That season will premiere on The CW on October 12.

Wayward Sisters is the Supernatural spinoff for which fans have been clamoring. The framework and character dynamic with Jody Mills’s all-female foster family is already there for the taking.
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Wayward Sisters: Get the first details on the Supernatural spin-off from EW

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In June, The CW announced Wayward Sisters,
 a potential Supernatural spin-off — with a backdoor pilot set to air as Supernatural‘s first episode of 2018 — about a group of troubled women who’ve all been orphaned by supernatural tragedy. Led by the late Jimmy Novak’s daughter, Claire (Kathryn Love Newton), and under the training of sheriffs Jody Mills (Kim Rhodes) and Donna Hanscum (Briana Buckmaster), they’ll become a monster-fighting force. “This is an opportunity to do something in the world of Supernatural that has some of the sensibilities of Supernatural but addresses a lot of issues, scenarios, and characters that are very different,” executive producer Andrew Dabb says.

It all begins when Claire comes home. “Claire went out, she kicked ass on her own, but a crisis will occur that will force her back into the fold of the Wayward family,” EP Robert Berens explains. And though the show will have a similar feel to Supernatural — Kim Rhodes calls it a “perfect sibling” to the series — one of its biggest differences is location. While Supernatural is a road show, Wayward will be localized in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, a decision that Dabb says allows them to create a real community. “This is a place where romance can happen. Or rivalry,” he says.

Speaking of which, Claire arrives home to find that her caretaker, Jody, has taken in a new psychic named Patience (Clark Backo), the granddaughter of Missouri Moseley (Loretta Devine), and she won’t exactly be happy about it. “[Jody] is constantly saying, ‘My door is always open,’ and she does it again in episode 3 of this season where we meet Patience,” Rhodes says. Dabb adds that Patience will serve as the “eyes of the show” when she walks in as the new girl. “Everyone else is like, ‘Sometimes we do autopsies of monsters on the dinner table.’ She’s like, ‘That’s insane! That’s not a thing people do.’ She’s there to offer a little bit of perspective.”

Rounding out the family is Alex (Katherine Ramdeen), the first girl Jody took in and the closest thing she has to a daughter, and Kaia (Yadira Guevara-Prip), 
a new addition who has the ability to walk between worlds in her dreams. “Kaia has been on her own for a long time,” Dabb says. “She’s not sure who she can trust, but she starts to form certain bonds and relationships that make it clear that this is the place she needs to be.” One of those bonds will be with Claire, whom Kathryn Love Newton reveals saves Kaia’s life when they first come into contact. “She wants to keep Kaia safe,” Newton says. “It’s really important to her, and you’ll find out why.”

As for Kaia’s ability to walk between worlds, Newton says the story “does have a little more of a fantasy vibe” than Supernatural, though it still has what she calls the “core Supernatural dynamic.” As Berens puts it, they approached the spin-off with the attitude of: “What’s a show that’s like Supernatural but different?” And although one of the key differences is the fact that this show features women at its center, Rhodes says it’s not “Supernatural with girls.” Rather, as she puts it, “It’s Supernatural with heroes that happen to be female.”

But unlike Supernatural, Wayward features a much larger support system for the central characters, a key detail for the writers. “What is possible if you have more than just a sibling relationship to guide you through this process,” Berens says. “Could it be different? Could it be less psychologically and physically damaging than what we’ve seen Sam and Dean go through? That’s a really core question of the show.”

Speaking of Sam and Dean, there is a reason why they don’t just show up and help out. Rhodes promises, “It’s made very clear why this is happening without Sam and Dean, although there’s a beautiful opportunity for them to come visit.”

After all, Jody’s door is always open.
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We know Wayward Sisters is going to be set in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, which shouldn’t come as a surprise seeing as how that’s where Jody Mills lives with Alex (and Claire when she’s home), and where Jody has a job. But that’s not the only reason the spin-off will be localized to that town. “They showed us a really great reason as to why that is happening,” star Kim Rhodes says of the location. “It doesn’t just happen to be in Sioux Falls. There’s definitely a reason.” And what do you want to bet it’s a supernatural reason?
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That's a picture wrap for me on the @cw_spn spin-off #Wayward!! I'm so proud of the entire team for their work on this project. LOVE YOU ALL
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Wayward Sisters from EW!

EW has an exclusive first look at the backdoor pilot for Wayward Sisters, which follows Claire's (Kathryn Love Newton) return home to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where Jody (Kim Rhodes) and Alex (Katherine Ramdeen) are waiting. Add in Donna (Brianna Buckmaster), Patience (Clark Backo), and new girl Kaia (Yadira Guevara-Prip), and you've got the makings of a monster-fighting force. The backdoor pilot is set to air on Thursday, Jan. 18 on The CW.

Pictured here: Alex (Katherine Ramdeen), Donna (Briana Buckmaster), and Claire (Kathryn Love Newton)

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Supernatural bosses talk The Bad Place cliffhanger, Wayward Sisters

Talk about a cliffhanger. After introducing Kaia and the concept of dreamwalking, Supernatural‘s midseason finale saw Jack end up in Apocalypse World while Sam and Dean were accidentally sent to The Bad Place. And if there wasn’t enough going on, when the show returns in 2018, it will be time for the much-anticipated Wayward Sisters backdoor pilot. So, EW got on the phone with executive producers Andrew Dabb and Robert Berens to talk about the finale and what to expect in 2018.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Kaia is obviously a part of Wayward Sisters but her gifts also make her useful to Sam and Dean. Will she continue to play into things as the Supernatural season progresses?
ANDREW DABB: We certainly established that there’s more than one dreamwalker. Kaia’s obviously very strong and she’ll play a pivotal role going into [episode] 10 because Jack is in Apocalypse World and Sam and Dean are trapped in The Bad Place. Kaia’s the only person in our world that knows what went on in that boatyard that night. So she becomes very important in episode 10 to finding Sam and Dean. Her feelings about that place [are] extremely conflicted. In [episode] 9 she dreamwalked under duress. Going forward, the question is: Can she embrace her abilities in a way that is not just about saving her own life? She’s pivotal to the search for Sam and Dean in a very real way. Although there are other dreamwalkers out there potentially, solely for the sake of the next little while, she’s our go-to.

ROBERT BERENS: Ultimately, Kaia represents a link to Mary, but she’s a reluctant participant in that solution, so I think it creates some really interesting conflict between Sam, Dean, and Kaia.

I’m so happy Jack was revealed to be good… at least for now.

BERENS: [The time away] was actually very good for Jack. He spent some time on his own and he really performed a miracle of hunting combined with his own powers and research. He did something that made Sam and Dean actually really proud. It wasn’t just a question of, “I found Mary.” He did the work on his own. I think that’s a really beautiful emotional moment between the three of them when they realize what he’s done for them — he’s brought them back hope after a season where we were debating, can he be good, can he be bad? It’s actually a very happy moment in this very high-stakes episode.

What is happening with The Bad Place? Is that a King Kong-type skull?! That’s all I could think when I saw it…
DABB: Let me put it this way: We’re not going to do anything like that unless we know we can pay it off.

Just when you think there aren’t any more stories to tell, you all open the possibility of multiple other worlds.
DABB: It’s going to be great when we get to the world where everyone is the exact same, it’s the same world, but everyone’s voice is six octaves higher. That’s the only difference. That episode is coming in season 17 and it’s going to be great. [Laughs]

You mentioned finding Sam and Dean earlier. Is that the thrust of the Wayward Sisters backdoor pilot?
DABB: From the very first episode of the very first season, Sam and Dean [have been] the people that look for people, they’re the people that save people. So when Sam and Dean themselves are in trouble in this very big way, who can come and save them? That’s where Jody and Claire and some of the allies they put together really join forces. However, at the same time, Sam and Dean are trying to save themselves. They’re not passive passengers in this situation. But the purpose of [episode] 10 is we’re showing how Jody, Claire, and everyone else can band together to solve a problem, because ultimately, if the show goes forward, that’s what you’re going to be watching on a weekly basis is them solving a problem. That was the fun of [the backdoor pilot]: We’ve got a problem, a problem Sam and Dean have not really dealt with themselves, and how do these established characters come together to solve this problem in a new way?

BERENS: Almost all of these women have been saved directly by Sam and Dean in the past, so on some level, they’re going to have to wrestle with: Right now Sam and Dean are not in our world, we all owe Sam and Dean — for our lives, for introducing us to hunting, whatever it may be — so the subtext of it is them paying that forward and also them reckoning with what Sam and Dean have inspired in them. They themselves need to step into those shoes for this one case, and what does that bring out in each and every one of them?

Donna’s the only Wayward character we haven’t seen yet this season. What’s her role in the pilot?
DABB: Donna will obviously appear in episode 10. Donna will do what she does best, which is come in and offer some clarity and guidance and some humor.

Jack is now in Apocalypse World. Does that mean we get some good Jack-Mary bonding?

DABB: We get a lot of Jack-Mary. Obviously, there are certain people we know exist in Apocalypse World, like Apocalypse Bobby, who may cross paths with Jack. And then obviously there’s the anti-bonding, which is Jack’s interactions with the powers that be in Apocalypse World, specifically Michael, who’s going to show interest in this kid going forward and that really sets up Jack’s conflicts for the next run of episodes.
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Another look at #WaywardSisters! Claire and Kaia find Sam and Dean ... in The Bad Place? http://ew.com/tv/2017/12/08/supernatural-wayward-sisters-photo/ #Supernatural
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New promo pics #Supernatural 13x10 Wayward Sisters @jarpad @JensenAckles and
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Supernatural Bosses Tease "Big" Danger Ahead for Sam and Dean

Supernatural's fall finale ended on a terrifying note with Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) lost in an unknown world and, considering the giant footprint they landed next to, facing a huge new threat.

"The danger is big," executive producer Andrew Dabb tells TV Guide. "Where Sam and Dean have gone is a place that's of the Supernatural world, in that it has monsters in it, but it's meant to be alien and very different of any world we've seen."

It couldn't come at a worse time for the demon-fighting brothers who, in a touching moment, finally got on the same page about Jack (Alexander Calvert). "It's a moment of resolution between Sam and Dean," executive producer Robert Berens explains of their heart-to-heart in the car. "That's the moment where Sam and Dean most clearly come together in their perception of Jack as a valued part of their family. And it's someone who they have faith in and trust moving forward."

According to Dabb, the key to rescuing the Winchesters lies with Kaia, the dreamwalker who accidentally sent them to that monstrous world in the first place. Much like her nephillim counterpart, she barely has a handle on her powers so when she attempted to reunite Dean and Sam with their mom under duress, things didn't go as planned.
Here's Your First Look at the Supernatural Spin-Off Wayward Sisters

While Jack successfully made it to their intended destination, landing right at Mary's feet, Sam and Dean were sent to that world full of monsters and Kaia remained behind on Earth. Despite her unstable abilities, she'll play a major part in rescuing the Winchester brothers from that strange new world. "She's the only survivor of this cosmic accident we saw unfold so she's a pivotal figure for putting that piece together when it becomes an issue of saving Sam and Dean from this place," Dabb explained.

To rescue them, however, she's going to need some help in the form of a few other Wayward Sisters. When Supernatural returns in January, she'll team up with Jodi (Kim Rhodes) and Patience (Clark Backo) in what will be the backdoor pilot for the potential spin-off.

Let's hope they find each other quickly because it's not looking great for the Winchesters, or anyone else for that matter. "No one has ended up in a great place at the end of this episode," said Dabb. "Basically, everybody's in trouble."
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We're strong. We're fierce. We are: Wayward.
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Who's ready for January 18th? #Wayward #Wayward #Wayward (Thanks as always to @EW and @samhighfill!)
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KATHRYN NEWTON, KIM RHODES, KATHERINE RAMDEEN, BRIANA BUCKMASTER, CLARK BACKO AND YADIRA GUEVARA-PRIP RETURN – When Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) go missing, Jody Mills (guest star Kim Rhodes) calls Claire Novak (guest star Kathryn Newton), the rebellious rogue hunter, and tells her it is time to come home – they need to find the Winchesters. Claire returns and reunites with Alex Jones (guest star Katherine Ramdeen), who has stayed behind with Jody and tries to balance a “normal” life with being a part time hunter. While Jody is happy to have Claire home again, she’s plagued by Patience’s (guest star Clark Backo) disturbing vision involving her adopted daughter. Claire and Alex search for Kaia Nieves (guest star Yadira Guevara-Prip), the dreamcatcher responsible for opening the rift that Sam and Dean went through, as she holds the key to their whereabouts. Jody calls her friend, Donna Hanscum (guest star Briana Buckmaster), to round out the team and the women head off on the most important hunt of their lives. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Robert Berens and Andrew Dabb (#1310). Original airdate 1/18/2018.
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‘Supernatural’: Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, & Briana Buckmaster Preview the ‘Wayward Sisters’ Spinoff from Collider.

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This past fall on the set of Supernatural in Vancouver, Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles sat down with a group of reporters to talk about their series, as well as the upcoming spinoff titled Wayward Sisters. The new series will get a backdoor pilot with the upcoming (aptly titled) “Wayward Sisters” episode, which will also serve as Supernatural’s midseason return. In it, Sam and Deal go missing, and Jody Mills (Kim Rhodes) will call in rogue hunter Claire Novak (Katheryn Newton) to come home and find the Winchesters. Jody also calls in her friend Donna Hanscum, played by Briana Buckmaster, who also gave us a sense of what to expect from the spinoff this year. Up first is the Q&A with Ackles and Padalecki, followed by Buckmaster’s thoughts on Wayward Sisters, and how it closely it ties into Supernatural:

QUESTION: Can you preview the Wayward Sisters episode, and how the brothers are involved?

PADALECKI: Episodes 9 and 10 are, we’re sort of calling it a two-parter, though Wayward Sisters is more Episode 10. Episode 9 builds up to it and we see Sam and Dean in a situation where they are out of sorts and they need help. And so Jody is calling to check in or maybe tell us about a case and she can’t get ahold of us. And we’re not returning her calls. So she reaches out to her wayward daughter of sorts [Claire Novak] and says “Hey, I think something’s going with the boys. I know you’re out doing your thing but they were there for us when we needed them; I think we need to be there for them.” And so we get to see these girls fleshed out quite a bit, and see what their world is like, and the return of some characters that we introduced this season with Patience and obviously with Kaia [Nieves].”

ACKLES: I also love the fact that it’s a direct homage to the beginning of Supernatural in how it’s coming together. Because Jody calls Claire and says “the boys have been on a hunting trip and haven’t been home in a few days.” Which is the exact same thing that Dean said to Sam in Episode 1, that Dad has been [on a hunting trip]. The genesis is very similar in that aspect. Obviously the stories will be a little different, but it is this gathering of characters to go and save their friends. Or their family. So right then and there that’s a great foundation to build stories on.

PADALECKI: It worked for us, I guess.

ACKLES: It’s been working for us for a while, so…

Would you like to do a crossover with the spinoff?

PADALECKI: Yeah. I hope to God to do it. We obviously are buddies with all the crossover gangs here. It’s fun to hear them talk about dad’s on a hunting trip — it gives me chills to hear. I remember reading that in the pilot. And Jared didn’t know anything about Sam or hunting or whatever, but they wanted Sam to know, so they had to correct me a few times and be like “hey, this isn’t a big surprise to you. You know your dad hunts.” It’s not like, “he did what? Remember, this is your life too.” I was like “OK, cool.” Now that it’s fleshed out I kind of become a fan of Supernatural, and as a fan of Supernatural I would love to help it keep going with the Wayward Sisters and vice versa, and have them come back to our show.

ACKLES: There’s a reason that this is hinging around them, because they were [fan] favorite characters on the show. I know they’re favorite guests of ours, and when they get to come on the show it’s really fun for us. So in order to kind of keep that alive and keep those family ties alive, I would absolutely encourage those crossovers.

PADALECKI: And this is a really neat family that we’re all a part of, but that he and I specifically get to be a part of because we’re friends with these women outside of set. We do conventions and we see them on weekends in different cities and their loved ones and their friends. So we know each other. It feels like they’ve been on the show for a lot longer than they have even though we’ve done three episodes with one or whatever it is, it’s like “I’ve seen you a dozen times in a dozen situations!”

ACKLES: It’s this community that’s been together for well over a decade now. And everybody’s really excited to be a part of this. I think if we can certainly help them get their foothold, then absolutely.

PADALECKI: I don’t want to spend the rest of my life acting, but I would happily guest star on their show.

QUESTION: What do you think about bringing a female-led show to the Supernatural universe?

BUCKMASTER: I think it’s part of what’s growing in media right now, is having women storytelling, and telling things from their point of view. I think in general in life it’s something that I certainly was looking forward to and am excited about, is telling a story from a woman’s point of view and from Donna’s point of view. I think what it’s going to add to Supernatural is, it’s going to give the fandom, which is in a large part female-based, an opportunity to feel like they’re telling the story and an opportunity to relate to these characters. I think it’s going to make them feel more involved and it’s going to get them more excited about the show, if that’s humanly possible.

Tonally, how does it compare to Supernatural?

BUCKMASTER: I think that it’s very similar in tone. I wouldn’t say that it’s a drastic change, other than it literally is coming from a female point of view. I don’t think that in tone it’s really significantly changed. The stories are still in the same vein of Supernatural, so I don’t think it’s going to be this huge shift for the fans. I think it’s going to be just slightly heightened.

What can you tell us about the other new character and the interactions between Patience and the new character?

BUCKMASTER: Well, Jody as we know has been taking in these wayward girls and helping them in a situation where some of them are finding that they’re parent-less or without leaders in their life. My character is there to assist Jody in a way, and Patience. I just watched that episode actually a couple of days ago. Clark Backo is such a great, wonderful actress and I think Patience is the perfect addition because she comes from a different background than a lot of the women. A lot of the women come from rougher beginnings and Patience was raised at a little bit of a higher class. It will be interesting to see what that character brings, or learns even.

The new character coming in, I’m not sure how much I can say without giving away stuff, so I’m not going to. But she is going to be unlike any of the characters in a really exciting way — a brand new way that has so many opportunities for the actress, for the character, and for all the characters around her.

It’s interesting to see your character’s evolution.

BUCKMASTER: Donna has such a special place in my heart. It’s going to be such a huge — knock on wood — part of my life, and is currently. When I got cast in that role, it was a very small role. It wasn’t even a guest star role at the time, and I was very excited to play a character that had this fun accent and had this kind of complex storyline about being the leader and sheriff of a town but also really insecure, feeling like her husband’s left her. There’s lots going on there. And over the past couple of years she’s developed strengths in new areas that teach her to grow and areas she thought that she was weak. So what a great thing for me as a human person and me as an actress to get to learn through Donna about what we can do though hardships.

This episode that I’m working on now goes even further into the character, what she’s going through, what she’s capable of, and what she’s going to do moving forward. I’m more excited about this script than I’ve probably been about anything for my specific character. I think what’s great about Donna is she’s very relatable in that way. She’s just kind of a regular woman, having regular, everyday insecurities that we all have, and watching her succeed though that and knowing that we all can succeed though that.

How does your relationship with the Winchesters evolve?

BUCKMASTER: I think it grows because we now have a stronger connection. I think when they first met Donna they felt a need to protect her in a way. And they did but they also taught her ways to protect herself and to protect others which made her stronger.

As that grows, I think she is creating a bond with the Winchesters because they’re all hunters now. They’re the king hunters and she’s growing under them. I think that brings them a sense of pride and also gives them an ally. I think that relationship is just going to keep growing stronger.

Early in Supernatural, fans were resistant to female characters. When do you think there was a shift?

BUCKMASTER: I don’t know. I wasn’t around. I’ve heard of this backlash with the women but I’m thinking that maybe it was a misinterpretation of the female opportunity in the show. The women in the pilot are not there to solely serve the Winchesters or to serve any men; they’re there to help others and save themselves. That’s an exciting opportunity for the viewers to see six regular women from all walks of life learning to save themselves and be their own heroes.

I think now is the time that television and movies are discovering that a lot of women want to have their stories told by women; they want to have their voices heard. This is an opportunity that Supernatural and The CW is giving to all of us as a viewership and a fandom.

Supernatural is more of a road show but it sounds like Wayward Sisters is going to be set in the town. Are all the bad guys going to converge on the town?

BUCKMASTER: From what I know, they do want to centralize it in one spot, and I think that’s kind of exciting. I was talking a bit to Kim Rhodes about it, and we think it’s kind of exciting — the people you can meet in a town, the people who can come to town, the people who leave town. There’s all kinds of opportunities we didn’t get to discover because Supernatural is a road show.

I don’t know — I genuinely don’t know — how they’re going to specifically bring in the monsters or fight the monsters in one space, but I think it creates an enormous opportunity to develop a lot of relationships that will keep the viewers enticed and loyal and empathetic and emotional about these bonds that will be created and broken inevitably, because it takes place in such a small town.

Are you anticipating having some fan favorites come on the spinoff?

BUCKMASTER: That’s what I’ve heard. I get no say in the matter, sadly. We have people that we really want to come on the show which is pretty much everybody you could ever imagine, just because they’re our friends and we’re like “we want to play with them!” And there’s characters that my character has never and may never meet — like Castiel, Rowena, Abbadon, all these characters that I’m a big fan of and obviously a big fan of the actors that play them. So these are characters that I’d like to see on the show. I think that’s what they want. That’s what they say they want. That’s what I want.

Who’s at the top of your list?

BUCKMASTER: I think it would have to be Castiel. I’ve said this before, and I think it would be just for the pure comedy reasons of seeing Donna and Castiel trying to communicate — just the idea that Donna would be like “Hiya! I like your wings. Gosh, you’re cute,” and Castiel would be like “Who is this? Who is this person?” Just kind of stoic and not understanding how forward Donna is. I think that the contrast of those characters would be just golden.


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Supernatural Team on Wayward Sisters' Winchesters Homage, Spinoff's 'Layers of Conflict' and Fan-Fave Crossovers from TVLine.

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TVLINE | We’ve now met all the Wayward girls, but we haven’t seen them interact. What’s the dynamic like between the four of them in Episode 10?
ROBERT BERENS | It’s a layer cake of different relationships. There’s a handful of really close bonds, some of which we are already familiar with, including Jody and Donna. But there’s some tension, certainly, amongst the girls, some of [whom are] just getting to know each other for the first time. Essentially, the Wayward episode is Claire’s homecoming in the wake of this calamity, and she’s walking into a household that has been changed since she’s been gone on the road.

Supernatural Wayward Sisters Propelled by her visions, Patience is now staying with Jody. Claire has no idea who she is or what she’s doing, sleeping in what she thought of as her bedroom. Alex and Claire have a very loving but still prickly dynamic, which has gotten perhaps even a little more prickly because Claire left Jody alone, and Alex is very protective of Jody’s emotions. Ultimately, there are a lot of layers of conflict, but also a lot of love. As with our flagship [show], it’s about that kind of family relationship.

TVLINE | In this scenario, you have hunters that are also law enforcement. How does that change things in terms of plot and what they can do?
ANDREW DABB | [Episode] 10 is a very specific animal. It’s putting the team together to go save Sam and Dean. If we’re fortunate to have this show go forward, having Jody and Donna be a part of law enforcement, it creates opportunities. You don’t have to worry about the cops interrupting your hunt, because the cops are with you. They’re hunters. But it creates some limitations, too. It gives it some stakes. Jody is a public figure in Sioux Falls. If she gets caught standing over a beheaded body, people know who she is. It’s not a Sam and Dean situation where they can lie about who they are and hit the road. So it both offers us some opportunities, and it offers some good tension going forward.

Supernatural KrissyTVLINE | You have a nice mix of fan favorites and new characters in the Wayward episode. Was there any thought about adding other characters we’ve seen, like the young hunter Krissy or the brother-and-sister witches, Max and Alicia Banes?
DABB | Ultimately, what you’re doing when you’re making a pilot, especially a pilot like this, is you’re creating opportunities. Even if those characters and some other characters from the Supernatural universe are not part of our core cast, those are people we would want to have the opportunity to use in Wayward and, potentially, in Supernatural going forward. Should Wayward be fortunate enough to go forward, we want to cross-pollinate the two shows as much as we can. Sometimes that will be with higher-profile characters: Sam and Dean, Castiel. Sometimes that would be with other characters like the ones you’re mentioning. Also, the way we see the situation in Jody’s house in Wayward, generally, is to some degree a little bit fluid. New people can come in and leave. It becomes a kind of rest stop along the way, but also something where we can explore other characters in this dynamic. Because like you mentioned, there are a lot of characters out there — Krissy, some characters we met this year like the safe-cracker [Alice] — who could be really fun to explore in this new context.
BERENS | Jody’s door is always open.

TVLINE | Jack formed a bond of sorts with Kaia. Can we expect him to have a relationship with the Wayward cast of characters?
DABB | As mentioned, should Wayward go forward, we’d like some cross-pollination, and Jack could certainly be a part of that. I don’t know that Jack is ready for a “relationship” at this point. He’s about three months old. So let’s give him a little time.
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Claire has returned home.

After Supernatural‘s midseason finale ended with Sam and Dean trapped in the Bad Place, the show will pick up with the backdoor pilot for Wayward Sisters, the potential spin-off that follows Claire, Jody, Alex, Patience, Donna, and Kaia. Together, the women will work to save Sam and Dean, but before they can do that, they have to come together.

The last time Supernatural fans saw Claire, she was off hunting on her own, and now, EW has the exclusive first clip from Wayward, in which Claire returns home (where her room is now being used for storage). There, she’s introduced to Patience, who’s been staying with Jody and apparently has taken a liking to Claire’s sweatshirts.
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Cast

Jared Padalecki ... Sam Winchester
Jensen Ackles ... Dean Winchester

Rest of cast listed alphabetically


Clark Backo ... Patience Turner
Briana Buckmaster ... Donna Hanscum
Yadira Guevara-Prip ... Kaia Nieves
Kathryn Newton ... Claire Novak
Katherine Ramdeen ... Alex Jones
Kim Rhodes ... Jody Mills
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Supernatural: Previewing Wayward Sisters with Katherine Ramdeen

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The actor behind the first “wayward sister,” Alex Jones, shares her impressions of the potential Supernatural spinoff.

When Ramdeen first appeared on Supernatural in season 9’s “Alex Annie Alexis Ann” as a human member of a vampire family who used her as bait, there was no reason to think it would be more than a single guest spot. “When I did my very first episode as Alex, I didn’t have any expectations that there was going to be anything else,” says Ramdeen. “Never in a million years would I imagine that there was the possibility for an entire show around these characters.”

But as the recurring character of Sheriff Jody Mills, played by Kim Rhodes, began to gather women into her fold that had seen hardship in their lives, fans started to hone in on the idea that a completely separate story could be told. “It’s been in the background for a long time. The fans have been going crazy for a couple of years now about it,” Ramdeen explains. “The artwork that they’ve done, the forums, going to conventions — Kim and Briana [Buckmaster who plays Sheriff Donna Hanscum] really hyped it, and it was always a question at conventions… I think that it happened so organically, getting these characters together. It wrote itself!”

The fact that Wayward Sisters would take place in the single location of Sioux Falls rather than in the many settings of Supernatural is significant, according to Ramdeen. “I’m a fan of Star Trek, and watching Deep Space 9 is a different story because they’re on a space station, and they’re stuck in one place,” she explains. “But the thing is when we’re all in Sioux Falls, presumably, that just means that we can just go so much more in depth with the relationships that we have between the women… but that being said, I think there’s definitely a mechanism in place that’s going to make Sioux Falls a place a hunter would want to be.”

Another way Wayward Sisters would differ from Supernatural is with the addition of two new characters who have special abilities to aid in the fight: Patience is psychic and Kaia can walk between worlds. “I think for the writers, there’s just a million more places to go with that,” Ramdeen says, “and I think that it being a gift can also be a curse. And there’s also places to go with it where it can get them in trouble. So I think it just adds more layers, more possible stories to tell, and it’s pretty badass. I mean, it’s like we’re a group of superheroes!”

The new family of Wayward Sisters has been carefully assembled ever since Alex Jones and Claire Novak, played by Kathryn Love Newton, were first adopted by Jody, and each “wayward sister” brings something different to the group. “I guess in my mind, I see Jody and Donna as the leaders of the pack,” says Ramdeen, “and then there’s Claire who’s self sufficient… and then there’s Alex who fights when she has to. I don’t think she has a particular affinity for killing things because that what she’s been doing for most of her life is killing people. But that being said, she feels so strongly about her family that she’s made and these new people in her life that she just desperately wants to hold onto. She’d do anything for them!”

Alex would have room to evolve in a full series like Wayward Sisters, since the consequences of her damaged past have only been explored once in the season 11 episode of Supernatural called “Don’t You Forget About Me,” where a former victim-now-vampire seeks revenge. “I think that it’s unreasonable to assume that Alex is okay,” Ramdeen warns. “She spent over half her life with these terrible people doing terrible things, and I think she has a long way to go. Through the love and support of her family, of course, she’s doing so much better, but I think that she has a lot of internal turmoil that she has to deal with. And she kind of thinks of helping her family and doing these good deeds as sort of a redemption, I think, for her past.”

There are a number of directions the writers could take Alex in the new series, especially with the new characters joining the team. “Alex is an intellectual,” Ramdeen says. “I think she and Patience actually are really going to get along. They both love learning things, and I think they’ll make a really good pair for the stuff that has to happen when solving cases or fighting crime. I mean, Sam in Supernatural is sort of that role, the researcher… so I think it’d be really cool for Alex maybe to explore that talent.”

Ramdeen wouldn’t mind bringing in a few of her own interests as well to round out her character should Wayward Sisters get picked up. “This is just me speaking, but I love computers,” Ramdeen admits. “I love video games in real life, and so it would be so great for Alex to explore that and maybe be some super hacker person or something like that. But that’s just me, just wishful thinking. I have no idea what they’re going to do.”

Whatever happens with Alex or Wayward Sisters at large, anticipation is high for the episode that will help the network and potential fans decide whether the idea can sustain its own series. “What’s just crazy about this entire thing is that, for a pilot, there is so much anticipation and hype before it even was a script,” Ramdeen says. “So with the show coming out, we have that going for us. People just really want this to happen.”

“And as far as attracting new viewers, it’s its own show,” adds Ramdeen. “It has, of course, a lot of the supernatural elements and themes of family and fighting bad guys and such, but… I would want to watch the show. I don’t know how far that goes or what kind of weight that holds. It’s just a cool show!” Viewers will be able to decide on the potential for the series for themselves when the backdoor pilot of Wayward Sisters airs on Thursday at 8/7c during Supernatural’s regular time slot.
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‘Supernatural’ EPs Preview Backdoor Spinoff ‘Wayward Sisters’

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“Supernatural” is no stranger to setting up potential spinoffs through backdoor pilots, but unlike “Bloodlines” in Season 9, Season 13’s new attempt features characters that have been a part of the “Supernatural family” — at the very least for an episode, but in some cases for years.

“‘Bloodlines,’ by design, was to drop you into a world that was part ‘Supernatural’ but supposed to feel very different,” Andrew Dabb, “Supernatural” Season 13 showrunner and the writer of the previous backdoor pilot “Bloodlines,” tells Variety. “When we started talking about ‘Wayward,’ it was something that had been built up for years and seeded in our show for a long time. And when we made the decision last year to trudge forward on this, it was really important to us that, unlike ‘Bloodlines,’ it did feel like an organic [extension] of ‘Supernatural.'”

“Wayward Sisters,” which will air when “Supernatural” returns with its winter premiere in January, was set up in the winter finale episode when psychic Patience (Clark Backo) had a vision of death for Jody Mills (Kim Rhodes) and set out to warn her, despite her father’s instance she stay out of the hunting life. Additionally the winter finale, “The Bad Place,” introduced dreamwalker Kaia (Yadira Guevara-Prip), a young woman who thought her powers were a curse because she could only ever visit a place that left her with physical and psychological scars when she woke back up in the “real” world.

However, Dabb says that the episode was designed so that whether or not the audience member watching knew it was a backdoor pilot, they would still feel like they were watching an episode of “Supernatural” proper.

“We think this episode steps up and has relationships and a big mythology that can support a show, but if the stars don’t align for us, they can just enjoy it as an episode of ‘Supernatural,'” Dabb says. “That’s important to us. I think a lot of the reason ‘Bloodlines’ turned so many people off was that it didn’t feel like an episode of ‘Supernatural.’ This feels like an episode of ‘Supernatural,’ and should it go forward, we would build on that DNA to make it feel unique and different but still part of that world.”

Working with nephilim Jack (Alexander Calvert) in “The Bad Place,” Kaia found enough focus to see other worlds besides her titular bad one, including the alternate, post-apocalyptic world in which Mary (Samantha Smith) was trapped at the end of Season 12. Her power was strong enough to open a rift between worlds — but unfortunately left Jack stranded with Mary, while Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) were sent to another, unknown place, and Kaia herself was left back in the regular world.

“Kaia just survived an incredibly traumatic incident, and Jack gave her hope that maybe her power didn’t have to be as dark as she’s been experiencing, but then what happens? A giant calamity occurs, so she’s a reluctant ally of the girls,” says “Wayward Sisters” writer and “Supernatural” co-executive producer Robert Berens. “[‘Wayward Sisters’] will shine a little light on Kaia’s power, but if we go to series it will be a deeper dive. Her connection to this other place is actually very personal. She has a very dark and complicated relationship to this world.”

“Wayward Sisters” has to pick up in the “Supernatural” story where “The Bad Place” left off, which means finding out a way to get Dean and Sam back from this other world — a world which Dabb notes is “unlike anything we’ve ever seen on ‘Supernatural.'” But it also has to flesh out the ensemble dynamics of the women who will not only work together to save Dean and Sam, but also who will make up the cast of the spinoff, should it go forward to series.

In addition to Jody, Patience, and Kaia, the show is set to follow Claire (Kathryn Newton), Donna (Briana Buckmaster), and Alex (Katherine Ramdeen).

“There’s a number of POVs and there are a number of beautiful character beats for every character. You have a couple of core relationships that are very warm and established, like Alex and Jody, and Jody and Donna — they’re very ride or die,” Berens says, noting that past episodes of “Supernatural” have already introduced the POVs of each but that the “focal POV” of the “Wayward Sisters” episode will be Claire’s story.

Claire, who Berens calls “the prodigal daughter,” is conflicted about the family unit at this time in her life and the show’s history. “[She’s] returning to the fold after an absence. She feels like she’s a solo hunter — like maybe she’s outgrown this family — but under the circumstances, she has to come back. So there’s a lot of emotion and interpersonal relationships to work through with the rest of the group,” Berens says.

For Dabb and Berens there is both a great challenge and a great joy in being able to dive into such a rich group of characters with different points of view. In addition to exploring “the ego and the glory and the freedom of being a solo hunter” through Claire, characters like Patience and Kaia are still not fully certain of their powers — or of the other women with whom they are thrown together and tasked to work.

“Patience has something of a connection with Jody but she doesn’t have that emotional connection with everybody else [and there’s some interesting tension between Patience and Claire,” Berens says.

Meanwhile Berens calls Kaia “pivotal” because “she’s the only one of all of these women who knows, more or less, what went down [with Dean and Sam].”

And then there are Jody and Donna who have been in the hunting game longer and feel a responsibility towards the other women.

“It’s the tension between the two generations of ‘Wayward.’ Jody and Donna have a responsibility to protect and train these young women, and these young women are finding their strength. That family dynamic of conflict is going to be the core conflict of our series,” Berens says. “They ultimately work together very beautifully, but the road there is very complicated.”
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SUPERNATURAL: Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles & Briana Buckmaster Tease the Spin-Off



The early days of SUPERNATURAL focused on a pair of brothers — and, for a time, their father — and while the show has had its share of strong and recurring female characters, the focus of WAYWARD SISTERS is skewed heavily towards women. “I think it’s part of what’s growing in media right now, is having women storytelling, and telling things from their point of view,” Buckmaster said. “I think in general in life it’s something that I certainly was looking forward to and am excited about, is telling a story from a woman’s point of view and from Donna’s point of view. I think what it’s going to add to SUPERNATURAL is…it’s going to give the fandom, which is in a large part female-based, an opportunity to feel like they’re telling the story and an opportunity to relate to these characters. I think it’s going to make them feel more involved and it’s going to get them more excited about the show, if that’s humanly possible.” But these ladies are no shrinking violets. “The women in the pilot are not there to solely serve the Winchesters or to serve any men; they’re there to help others and save themselves. That’s an exciting opportunity for the viewers to see six regular women from all walks of life learning to save themselves and be their own heroes.”

How will WAYWARD SISTERS compare to its flagship show? Buckmaster believes that “it’s very similar in tone. I wouldn’t say that it’s a drastic change, other than it literally is coming from a female point of view. I don’t think that in tone it’s really significantly changed. The stories are still in the same vein of Supernatural, so I don’t think it’s going to be this huge shift for the fans.”

As for Donna’s place in the series, Buckmaster explained that “My character is there to assist Jody in a way and Patience. I just watched that episode actually a couple of days ago. Clark Backo is such a great, wonderful actress and I think Patience is the perfect addition because she comes from a different background than a lot of the women. A lot of the women come from rougher beginnings and Patience was raised at a little bit of a higher class. It will be interesting to see what that character brings, or learns even.”

A hallmark of SUPERNATURAL has always been the fact that it’s a roadshow, giving the Winchester brothers an opportunity to rush into a town, save the day, and then leave. But if picked up, WAYWARD SISTERS will be sticking close to home — specifically, Jody’s home town of Sioux Falls (the same town Bobby Singer once lived in). How will the mechanics of that work? Will we get a BUFFY THE VAMPIRE type situation where a lot of evil forces will converge on this one town? Buckmaster wasn’t too clear on the details, but she did clarify that “From what I know, they do want to centralize it in one spot, and I think that’s kind of exciting. I was talking a bit to Kim Rhodes (Jody Mills) about it, and we think it’s kind of exciting — the people you can meet in a town, the people who can come to town, the people who leave town. There’s all kinds of opportunities we didn’t get to discover because SUPERNATURAL is a road show. I don’t know — I genuinely don’t know — how they’re going to specifically bring in the monsters or fight the monsters in one space, but I think it creates an enormous opportunity to develop a lot of relationships that will keep the viewers enticed and loyal and empathetic and emotional about these bonds that will be created and broken inevitably, because it takes place in such a small town.”

Meanwhile, how do the original SUPERNATURAL stars feel about the possibility of one day crossing over to their show’s spin-off? Ackles said that “There’s a reason that this is hinging around [these particular characters] because they were [fan] favorite characters on the show. I know they’re favorite guests of us and when they get to come on the show it’s really fun for us. So in order to kind of keep that alive and keep those family ties alive, I would absolutely encourage those crossovers.”

“And this is a really neat family that we’re all a part of, but that he and I specifically get to be a part of because we’re friends with these women outside of set. We do conventions and we see them on weekends in different cities and their loved ones and their friends. So we know each other. It feels like they’ve been on the show for a lot longer than they have even though we’ve done three episodes with one or whatever it is, it’s like ‘I’ve seen you a dozen times in a dozen situations’. I don’t want to spend the rest of my life acting, but I would happily guest star on their show,” Padalecki said.
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Wayward Sisters: Kim Rhodes says spin-off 'sings in harmony' with Supernatural

Last we saw Jody Mills, she was trying to get in touch with Sam and Dean, realizing that something must be wrong, and opening her home to Patience. Because, as per usual, Jody is juggling a million things in order to help as many people as she possibly can. “I admire her immensely,” star Kim Rhodes says. “[She has] a maternal love for such a vast array of humanity. I’m excited [that I get] to play that belief that humanity has value and deserves to be saved.”

Jody Mills first arrived on the Supernatural scene in season 5’s “Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid,” when she lost both her son and her husband. From then on, the sheriff has made at least one appearance each season, and now, she’ll take part in “Wayward Sisters,” the backdoor pilot for a potential spin-off featuring Claire, Jody, Alex, Donna, Patience, and Kaia. Together, the women’s first test will be saving Sam and Dean from The Bad Place, which means Jody needs all the help she can get. In other words, Claire is coming home. “Jody and Claire are in conflict over how they view the world and how they best think a monster should be killed,” Rhodes says. “That’s going to be a challenge for the characters within the spin-off: What’s our goal as a group and how do we accomplish it together?”

The conflicting ideals will sound familiar to Supernatural fans, who’ve watched Sam and Dean disagree for years, most recently when it came to how to handle Jack. But that’s not the only similarity between Wayward and the flagship series. “The monsters, the drama, the excitement, and the action is all consistent with Supernatural,” Rhodes says, adding, “But you understand why the boys aren’t handling it.”

Generally, when it comes to the potential spin-off, Rhodes knows they’re walking a fine line. “I, as a fan of Supernatural, would have a hard time, even if I were in it, supporting anything that would eclipse or take the place of Supernatural,” she says. “At the same time, being a fan of Supernatural, I want something that sings in harmony, that exists separately but is still vitally connected to Supernatural, and I think they have achieved that with this.
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cw_supernaturalThis is me dying/warming up with Anna, my boxing trainer. She’s a badass and is the co-owner of @allcityathletics. I’ve been working out with her for nearly 2 years. Long before I knew I would need some of these skills in my stunt training for the #WaywardSister pilot. Now, excuse while I go barf.
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cw_supernaturalAND SPEAKING OF STUNT TRAINING! Here’s a throwback video of me last summer training for the pilot with my fierce stunt woman @michelle.c.smith. Under the incredible guidance of SPN stunt coordinators @sifu_kirk_jaques and @robhayter, the wayward sisters learned everything from disarms to jujitsu to gun safety. Michelle didn’t end up working on the pilot but you’ll see her mad skills in episode 11. Notice how badass she looks while I kinda look like a drunk aunt at a wedding trying to swat a fly.... ???? #waywardsisters #supernatural
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cw_supernatural MORNING SPN FAMILY.
It is with great honour that I get the opportunity today to show you things I might not be allowed to show you and then get in trouble for later. It’s my MO! Here’s a shot of me in my trailer on my first day shooting for Wayward Sisters. Obviously I was really feeling Donna having a Miley Cyrus edge to her. I could get behind that ???? #waywardsisters #supernatural

cw_supernaturalHere’s a bts photo of some of our incredible crew. To say that it was cold as you-know-what on set would be a massive understatement. We had heaters and hot packs. They did not. They are the real heroes of this story. ?????? ❤️❤️❤️ #waywardsisters #supernatural

cw_supernaturalThis is @kimrhodes4reals, @katramdeen and I really being badass on set, with our Disney blankets and our daily morning love fest. ❤️❤️❤️#waywardsisters #supernatural

cw_supernaturalWe cute. ❤️❤️❤️#waywardsisters #supernatural @clarkb @katramdeen

cw_supernaturalThis is Yadi. She plays Kaia. She can order a mean double whiskey and will get weepy at the sight of a super green avocado. She’s basically a goddess. @yerbnenders #waywardsisters

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‘Supernatural’ Star Kim Rhodes on Adding Perspective and Saying ‘Yes to Women’ from Variety.

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“I make no bones about the fact that every time they contact me to be a part of the show, I’m sure I’m going to be killed off,” Rhodes tells Variety. “But there was a feeling of something new. I could see the crew, as well, be kind of like, ‘Oh we haven’t done this before.’ To watch people who have been on a steady, brilliant, wonderfully moving train change course just a little bit for a couple of weeks was really exciting. It felt like putting on clothes that feel a little better when the other outfit felt a little tight.”

“Wayward Sisters,” which is the 10th episode of the 13th season of “Supernatural,” sees Rhodes’ character of Jody taking in Patience (Clark Backo) after the young psychic comes to her house and tells her of a premonition of death that she had. Jody then must juggle trying to keep everyone safe while still trying to the rift to the alternate world in which Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) are trapped, in order to try to bring them home.

Ahead of the backdoor pilot, Rhodes spoke with Variety about putting the women of “Supernatural” front and center in the narrative with “Wayward Sisters,” Jody’s maternal feelings toward the other characters, and doing her own stunts.

“Wayward Sisters” features a lot more characters than is typical of “Supernatural.” In order to keep the stakes high, is it safe to assume not everyone may make it out unscathed?


If “Supernatural” has taught us anything, it’s that everyone will die. It’s just whether or not they’ll stay dead — that’s the real question.

So in creating those stakes in this quote-unquote new world, what was the most important thing for you in making sure things felt real and consistent for the Jody the audience has known this whole time?

For me as an actor, there were two things that were important. One was simply the training. It was important to me that my body be able to mimic skills that Jody has. I don’t want to take the easy way out. I don’t want them to change the fight choreography for me because I’m old and stiff. I don’t want them to assume I’m not capable of something because I’m female. And they didn’t. Their expectations were well beyond what I thought I was capable of. I even pulled the “I’m an old lady” card once, and they were like, “Do it anyway!” There’s a spot where I jump on something and shoot one-handed down, I was like, “I can’t do that!” The stunt choreographer said, “I’ve worked with you long enough, you can. Do it.” There was no more get out of jail free card, and that’s awesome. The bar has been raised for all of us.

The other thing that was really important to me was the relationship with these women. The women that I get to work with are across the board some of the funniest, most talented, generous human beings. I couldn’t believe I got to play with them. It was like mommy setting up a playdate and they’re all your new best friends.

Why do you think Jody keeps bringing all of these women in at this point in the story?


Jody has this really great ability to continue to risk when she knows it’s going to hurt because she knows no one else will. She is the last house on the block. Nobody shows up at her doorstep if they have any other place they could be. So that’s why she leaves that door open. The Winchesters were that for her. When she had given up, she was literally hopeless, and they said, “No, this is how you find hope: you fight.” Sam and Dean taught her that, and that’s what she’s bringing into this new world. When you’ve given up hope, you fight harder.

Do you feel like Jody is trying to replace her husband and son by forging this new family?

I don’t think she ever wanted to fill that void. I think she’s realistic enough, and I, Kim, have had enough experience with loss and grief to know you can only patch the hole. And in doing so, you kind of dishonor who filled it to begin with. You can’t replace a child, and I don’t think Jody wants to. However, her child and her husband taught her how to love, and she can honor their memory by continuing to love.

Claire (Kathryn Newton) has been off hunting on her own, and when Jody calls her back she’s not exactly receptive to being a part of the group at first. How does Jody balance walking the line of mothering someone like Claire versus fighting alongside her as her peer?

Jody does a lot of holding her tongue! I think in the course of the [episode] you see Jody temper that. At the beginning she is very sure that she knows best because she has the experience — she also has the experience of loss and she knows what’s at stake. The others don’t, necessarily, because they haven’t suffered like she has. But at the same time, there is no denying Claire’s capability. And something that happens over the course of the [episode] is Jody is able to release something that all of us as humans deal with, which is the thing you love has to become fully itself, and to do that, you risk losing it. Claire can’t be who she has to be and never risk. And Jody understands and learns to see that. But she’ll go back and forth. If it goes to series, that’s a conflict that’s going to come up a lot. You can’t just suddenly change your mind about that. And it’s fun for me, Kim, to do that because I have a tendency to say, ‘Well, I’m old, and let me tell you — learn from my mistakes before you ever have to make your own!’ But in this job, we are equals on that set, and we bring different perspectives. My perspective is not better just because it’s older. It’s just different. And watching Kathryn Newton, for instance, convey her character, she has things to teach me as an actor. Watching Kat Ramdeen zero in on her focus, she’s got stuff to teach me. Watching Yadi [Guervara-Pip], how a moment will convey itself on screen that looks so simple but be so powerful, I can learn from that. I learn from Clark [Backo] — I learn from Briana [Buckmaster] — so the second I have nothing left to learn from people around me, I best be dead.

Do you feel Jody looks at these girls as a mother figure? This group was called “Wayward Daughters” for so long, even if not officially, that it seemed to imply she was the head of the family.

I think that could be one of the reasons the movement “Wayward Daughters” got switched to “Wayward Sisters.” It could have been a conscious attempt to equalize the characters. Before I was a mother, I would have said yes [but] now that I am a mother, there are people I have maternal instincts about. I feel maternal towards the fandom. But I don’t see myself as their mother. I am only one person’s mother, and that is my daughter. So I think for Jody to see herself as their mother would be incorrect. I think she has maternal instincts, and she struggles with ‘“I guess you’d call them my daughters, there’s nothing else to call them.” But she’s aware that they also are their own people and creating themselves. And that’s one of the points of the spinoff: this is a family that’s creating itself by choice. So they get to learn new identities with each other.

Why do you feel now is the perfect time to have the women of the show be pushed forward in the narrative and get their own series?

It’s obviously very relevant in our society today. It’s also important for me personally to put my own brand of, for lack of a better word, feminism out there. I’m not saying no to men, I’m saying yes to women. We want more. We want more representation. Let’s expand the playing field. Let’s have more pie! We’re not saying we want your slice — more for everyone. This spinoff expands “Supernatural.” It adds perspective that we haven’t seen before.
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cw_supernaturalDay and Night shots of our guest star, The Ship, otherwise known as our set for 2 weeks. Creepy as all H-E-double-hockey sticks, but oh so perfect. #waywardsisters
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cw_supernaturalTLC sistas!!! Mad vocalizationing skills am I right? Hey! Did you know that on Jan 19th, the day after the pilot airs, you’ll be able to hear me and Kim Rhodes covering a couple of our favourite tunes on @jasonmannsmusic’s new Recovering With Friends Album!! I dying to have a listen myself. Jason is an incredible musical talent and we’re all so excited to hear this album. ??
I think with all this musical talent in the SPN cast, #WaywardSisters needs a musical episode. What do you guys think?
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cw_supernaturalHere’s super woman extreme @kimrhodes4reals on set and in her natural state. Coffee + giggles+ nature. ❤️
#waywardsisters #supernatural

cw_supernaturalHere’s @katramdeen being a genuine warrior in our jujitsu training. ?? #waywardsisters #supernatural

cw_supernaturalThis is the day @robhayter took us all to the range. We probably shot 5 different guns that day and learned proper gun etiquette and safety. It’s also the day I discovered how much I love @clarkb. You’ll see why in the next post... #waywardsisters #supernatural

cw_supernaturalNo big deal. Just @kimrhodes4reals BEING A BAMF!! ???? #waywardsisters

cw_supernaturalThis boat was actually a working ferry at one time. That car was on the boat when the location scouts got there.
Just kidding guys. That baby is set dec cause the SPN crew is unbelievable!! #waywardsisters #supernatural

cw_supernaturalWell. Time for me to say buh-bye. Thanks for sticking with me today y’all. You truly are the most awesome force and i feel lucky AF to be a small part of the #spnfamily. Use your powers for good ???? See ya tomorrow!!! #waywardsisters #supernatural
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Kim Rhodes previews ‘Wayward Sisters’ – 5 teases for the ‘Supernatural’ spinoff pilot

Wayward Sisters is working, for the most part, with a group of women who have firm dynamics with one another already in place – since their meeting in season 10, Donna has become close friends with Jody and her surrogate daughters Alex and Claire, and new additions Patience and Kaia each bond with different members of this family in different ways. At the heart of it all is Claire as the reckless prodigal daughter and Alex as Jody’s rock, staying at home to support her in her work, both practically and emotionally.

Alex’s concern about Jody and Claire’s reunion is not hidden, and we soon discover why Jody is even more worried than usual about her difficult charge. The griping, comfort, fear and love shared between the women previews a level of depth about their past baggage and trauma that we don’t usually get to see as the camera moves off on the road with Sam and Dean.

If Wayward is granted a full series next year, Rhodes is excited to explore the things that surprise Jody. “[Things] that she thought it wouldn’t affect her anymore,” Rhodes clarifies. “I’m really excited to see the flaws she’s forced to address because, you know, when you’re living by yourself, your flaws harm no one.”

“Now, if she’s going to take on the responsibility of loving these other people – and allowing them to love her – there are aspects of her personality that she’s going to have to look at and address and feel, and start changing. You see a little bit of it in the pilot. Jody is not an infallible creature, and she’s going to need to learn from these women to address things she’s repressed.”

Validition of different choices and experiences is an underlying theme

The Wayward women are not only a socially and physically diverse group, factoring in their different ethnicities, ages, body types – and, it’s subtextually hinted at, sexualities – they also, in this Hollywood world where female characters being put in boxes like “hot,” “tough,” “mom,” and so on is still a very real issue, exemplify how the many different choices one can make about womanhood are all equally valid.

From something as incidental as how much makeup someone chooses to wear while hunting to something as character-defining as whether they feel like active combat is the best place for them at all, Wayward Sisters shows us a group of women who all set their own standards about how they embrace their strength, and they share those lessons with one another.

The message I got from observing the differences within this group was overwhelmingly that however you want to be, as a woman and as a human being, you can find power in that. Whoever you need to be, to find your identity through the harshness of life – go ahead and be it. I’ve written about the environment Supernatural has fostered for women in the past (spoiler: it’s a positive take!) and I asked Rhodes to share her thoughts on Supernatural expanding upon its male-dominated history and taking this opportunity to showcase a variety of female perspectives.

“Here’s the fundamental truth of storytelling. When you have a show that is based on two characters, everyone else who comes into their orbit comes into their orbit to evoke a reaction that is their reaction, their story. So what I’m most excited about is the idea that it can stop being about how the women affect someone else, and it can start being about how they are affected. Females – by necessity – have been part of a story. And now they can move into being the story. I’m always excited for viewpoints to be included that haven’t been included before. I’m excited to know that the choir is getting bigger.”

Expect the action to be fast, frenetic and fantastic

Supernatural’s fight choreography has noticeably stepped up this season in the hands of stunt coordinators Rob Hayter and Kirk Jacques, and Wayward Sisters is no different. Just like the Winchesters, the Wayward women all have their own unique character-infused fighting styles, and don’t worry – you’re going to see plenty of action, from the initial hunt that Claire is on when she gets called home, to the final showdown against Bad Place monsters in the abandoned shipyard.

Writing, direction and choreography comes together to show us something really individual about each character’s approach to combat. The filming of both this episode “Wayward Sisters” and the preceding lead-in “The Bad Place” was done as one block, with the same writer and director (Robert Berens, Wayward’s future showrunner, and Phil Sgriccia, who’s signed on as executive producer, respectively) so the Wayward cast basically shot a 90 minute movie in the space of two episode production periods – about sixteen days. Rhodes tells me more about the energy among the cast and crew while on set.

“We were actually up there for four weeks, because they had us training. They had already choreographed all the fights, so we started learning the fights. We did firearm training, and then we were shooting at the craziest place, that big, huge, ferry where the rift was. [Author’s note: the interior action sequences at the shipyard were done on location as well, not recreated on built sets.] We were out in this little tiny town – we, the crew and the cast, all stayed at this little hotel, like a Best Western, together.”

“It was crazy because we all knew – and I’m speaking for the crew, I should only speak for myself – but everybody knew we were doing something that had never been done before. And so there was a different energy. So days that were turning into 14 hour days, somehow we still had energy when it came time to pull out the flamethrower. We still had laughter when were freezing cold and ‘Oh my gosh, is it actually raining on top of everything?’ It was just exciting! Everybody had been waiting a long time to make it happen, so there was a lot of pent-up energy.”

There’s very little Sam and Dean screen time – but they’re totally cool with that

You’d have to get a stopwatch and time it to compare “Wayward Sisters” to other Winchester-lite episodes (“Bitten” and “Weekend at Bobby’s” are probably the biggest stand-outs) but this may be the least screen time Sam and Dean ever get in an episode of Supernatural. The episode cuts to their story in the new universe – Kaia’s Bad Place – much later, and much less frequently, than I’d personally been expecting.

This factor does not cause any narrative problems whatsoever – I was just genuinely impressed that it had been allowed. Of course we all cherish the boys for their own incredible selves – and so do this gang of wayward girls, that’s the point of their rallying for a rescue mission, after all – but their extreme absence from the episode is actually a marker of huge confidence in the Wayward concept from the CW Powers That Be, and absolutely proves its value.

Sam and Dean Winchester themselves are the last people to be bothered about taking a backseat for Wayward Sisters. During their shared time on set, Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki naturally offered their full support to the pack of women – just as Sam and Dean have longstanding relationships with most of these characters, Ackles and Padalecki have even closer friendships with the actresses themselves, sharing many weekends together all over the world at fan conventions.

“They were the most generous of patriarchs possible,” Rhodes shared in the closing moments of our call. “Jensen actually said – we were saying something and he said ‘This needs to exist.’” (Ackles has already gone on the record at conventions confirming his hopes to direct an episode of Wayward Sisters, and both leading men would happily guest star.)

“They are not just behind it because it’s a good business decision. Everything they have shown is pride in how they’ve helped change the world in a way they want to see it change. And I love them for it. I love them anyway, but their reaction has been something that has affirmed my love for them.”

If you’re #WaywardAF, the episode will probably make you cry

For me, it was the freakin’ recap – before the action even starts, Supernatural’s classic “previously on” montage is a masterpiece in and of itself this week. Soundtracked by a thematically perfect hard rock tune with a woman vocalist – I won’t tell you what it is and spoil the emotional effect – we see a beautifully cut montage of the history of all these women over Supernatural’s thirteen seasons, and relive the trials they suffered and survived to get them where they are today.

I’ve been mostly very practical about this entire thing, and I am not a huge TV crier, but when the realism of what was happening set in, it was uncontrollable, huge wracking sobs pulled out of me. The vastness of this moment, this legacy and everything it represents both onscreen and off, overwhelmed me and I had to legitimately pause the screener, finish crying, and then scroll it back and start again.

If you want to relive the history of all our Wayward characters before tomorrow’s episode airs, we’ve got a very readable recap of all 21 episodes that the women have previously featured in to refresh your memory and provide context, but even if you make it past the “Wayward Sisters” video recap dry-eyed, it’s likely that some serious emotions will leak out at some point – especially when you comprehend the massive cliffhanger that closes out our time in Sioux Falls…

If the response to the Wayward Sisters pilot is deemed successful, a full series order may on the horizon as soon as May. Show your support by tweeting tomorrow night with the tags #Supernatural and #WaywardSisters if you want to see more from these wonder women!
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HOW SUPERNATURAL'S ALL-FEMALE SPINOFF, WAYWARD SISTERS, WAS BORN

And now, with a familiar turn of phrase—"Sam and Dean are missing. They were on a hunting trip, and I haven't heard from them in a few days"—another chapter is here. The backdoor pilot of Wayward Sisters, the first all-woman sci-fi genre show, will air as the mid-season premiere of Supernatural this Thursday.

Wayward picks up with a group of Supernatural's most beloved secondary characters coming together to save the boys' asses from an alternate universe known as The Bad Place. You've got Sheriff Jody Mills (Kim Rhodes), a Sioux Falls law woman who lost her husband and son to the supernatural, and her three adopted girls: Alex Jones (Katherine Ramdeen), raised by vampires who used her as bait to lure victims; Claire Novak (Kathryn Newton), a troubled young woman who throws herself recklessly into hunting; and, most recently, Patience Turner (Clark Backo), who chose to follow her powerful psychic gift instead of the perfect apple-pie life ahead of her. Teaming up with out-of-towner Sheriff Donna Hanscum (Briana Buckmaster), a bubbly, badass vampire hunter, and Kaia Nieves (Yadira Guevara-Prip), a scarred Dream Walker who can enter alternate universes, the group hopes to find the Winchesters before a portal between the two worlds closes for good.

Wayward Sisters has been gestating for about seven years. The CW has become the master of efficiently launching spinoff series (think The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow), but Wayward has slowly and surely taken shape, almost by its own volition. With the introduction of Jody in Supernatural's fifth season, a show about a group of diverse, complex women was born within a series centered on men—unbeknownst to anyone at the time. "Once we told the story of Jody sort of adopting Alex, the first Wayward daughter, that was sort of planting a flag...like, wait, there’s a story here that’s bigger than Supernatural—or, I should say, there’s a story that’s going to continue outside the frame of our own series," says writer and co-executive producer Robert Berens, who works on both shows. "[It] was a real combination of something that we built very consciously over several years and also something that developed very organically."

"WE DESERVE TO SEE OURSELVES, WE DESERVE TO CELEBRATE OURSELVES, WE DESERVE TO EXPLORE WHAT OUR SELVES COULD BE IN THIS WORLD."

But it wasn't just the writers who put the pieces of Wayward together; it was fans, too. It is impossible to talk about the show without mentioning the fan-led “Wayward AF” campaign that canvassed for the show on Tumblr, in fan fiction, and during conventions. Even the name Wayward Sisters came from a term that originated from fans and the actresses, "Wayward Daughters," itself a nod to the Kansas song "Carry On Wayward Son," which caps every Supernatural season. "This is something [the fans] saw themselves in...and within that, they said, 'We deserve more. We deserve to see ourselves, we deserve to celebrate ourselves, we deserve to explore what our selves could be in this world,'" says Rhodes, the longest-running Wayward actress on Supernatural.

No series that has lasted as long as Supernatural can avoid controversy. While the show, including its core three leads (who have all died and been revived repeatedly), is built on the notion of loss—most characters can be expected to meet a less-than-pleasant end—some fans have been vocal about their disappointment with the lifespan and representation of some of their favorite Supernatural women. These are points Berens concedes. "[Wayward] is an answer to that [criticism] and I think it did grow from a sense that there are these women we would love to see protected and nurtured in their own environment," Berens says. "I think fans saw Wayward as an opportunity, and I think they were also pleased with the way these characters have been treated and developed over time."

And if the Wayward Sisters were able to form an unlikely family in front of the camera, it's no wonder that the women who portray them found one too. Over the phone, Rhodes points out that, like each character, the actresses are unique: "They all have different senses of humor and different vulnerabilities, and every single one of them showed up. It’s a frightening industry and we don’t always know who we can trust, who we play well with, who will accept us for who we are—and these women came in and said, 'I don’t know what I bring, but I bring all of it.'"

Backo has already seen the potential impact of Wayward's more diverse casting. "While I was filming the backdoor pilot, I remember getting a tweet from an African-American girl who was watching my first Supernatural episode, and she tweeted, 'It’s nice to see someone on TV who looks like me.' I will tell you I cried in my trailer after reading that...because I didn’t have that as much growing up."

Guevara-Prip remembers a day when only the women were on set, an experience she'd never had before. But she wasn't the only one who noticed the change. "I was off-screen watching, and one of the key grips and some other guys who were watching the monitors outside were like, 'You know, it’s nice to have this female injection, all this female energy.' It was really cool to hear these guys, who are used to seeing two men [on set], appreciating this."

IF SAM AND DEAN COULD JUMP INTO THE BAD PLACE, THEN THINGS COULD JUMP OUT.

"It’s just the industry, and I know it’s changing and that’s amazing," Ramdeen says. "It’s getting better, but there’s something about going to set and having the crew saying, 'This is crazy, we’ve never had it in all of our time working on the show—only women working.'"

But the show won't lean on a simplistic "girl power" dimension. "I don’t want to separate things into, This is a masculine thing and this is a feminine thing, because people and characters are way more dynamic than that," Ramdeen continues. "I think people can expect the same type of badassery [that's in] Supernatural." And thanks to extensive training with the show's stunt coordinators, there will definitely be plenty of "badassery." "I think Donna is going to end up being kind of the brawn of the group," Buckmaster tells me. "I think that would be a fun contrast, because she has such a sunny disposition, for her to also be the one that has the best left hook, you know what I mean?"

Ultimately, Wayward will still have a similar feel to Supernatural, but with differences beyond the gender of its main players. Where the original is a road show, the women of the spinoff will be putting down roots. If you're wondering how many monsters can possibly spring up in Sioux Falls, remember this: If Sam and Dean could jump into The Bad Place, then things could jump out. That's right, consider this Supernatural's very own Hellmouth.

Though the backdoor pilot episode will air this Thursday as part of Supernatural, enough material has been filmed for a standalone pilot. According to executive producer Andrew Dabb, we'll know the fate of Wayward by May, and we could see the first episode as early as next fall. (To help make this happen, fans will be using both #WaywardSisters and #Supernatural hashtags while watching the episode live.) Should Wayward go to series, hiring women writers, directors, and crew members will be an important focus. "That’s something we’d put a high priority on and it’s something we’ve talked about internally," Dabb says. "Every show is a collaboration. Supernatural is not mine, it’s ours—there are a lot of different voices, and those voices [belong to] talented people."

I asked the Wayward Sisters actresses which baddies they'd be most excited to fight as the show goes forward. Backo would like another shot at a wraith, while Buckmaster loves herself a good vampire hunt. What would Ramdeen most like to vanquish? "Stereotypes." But it seems Wayward Sisters is already on its way in defeating that particular foe.
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Also, I hope to see you ALL at the #Supernatural #WaywardSisters watch party in #SPNORL!!! (Also look at @OfficialBrianaB face ?) & then there's @ClarkBacko looking like she escaped a vogue photoshoot with her effortless glam ?
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They told me I could have anything. So I asked for this chair with my name on it. They then kindly asked to not steal studio property. So I got a pic of it instead. You know you've made it in life when a chair knows your name ?? #WaywardSisters #Supernatural
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Mary Manchin @Nnja11 27 minutes ago
Tonight's Ep of #Supernatural
Editor: @Johnnyfitz006
Assistant Editor: @MartySky13
Composer: @jaygruska
Director: Phil Sgriccia
Writer: @robertberens @andrewdabb
#WaywardSisters #SPNFamily
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It’s Wayward Sisters week on Supernatural! What can we expect? — Cate
We know that Claire comes home to help Jody and company save Sam and Dean, and we know that Claire doesn’t immediately hit it off with newcomer Patience… but what about Alex? “They’re so different,” Kathryn Newton says of Claire and Alex. “But Claire doesn’t really have anyone who understands her, especially someone her age, so she’s got no other choice. They’re lost and they kind of save each other. They’re in a situation where they’re forced to need each other, and they always have each other’s back. They’re not blood-related but they’re definitely sisters now. They’re bonded by something else, something stronger.”
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Supernatural 13x10 Sneak Peek #3 "Wayward Sisters" (HD) Season 13 Episode 10 Sneak Peek #3

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Mary Manchin @Nnja11 12 hours ago
Here’s the original concept art for these lovely creatures I did and Ben Carruth did an amazing job bringing them to life! ☺️ #supernatural #waywardsisters

Bobo Berens @robertberens 13 hours ago
Funfact: the monsters were called “Canids” in script. But their concept evolved so much in production, from @Nnja11’s original concept art to Ben Carruth’s final designs, that it doesn’t really fit anymore! #Supernatural #WaywardSisters

Ben Carruth and the rest of the practical FX team killed this creature design!!! #Supernatural #WaywardSisters
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Eden Summer Gilmore @EdenSummerG 11 hours ago
It was an honor to play Amanda Fitzmartin and to be a part of Wayward Sisters! Grateful! Working with @kathrynnewton was a dream! I am so inspired by these strong women! Phil and the cast and crew were amazing! Thank you for saving Amanda! #Supernatural #WaywardSisters @cw_spn
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#Supernatural #WaywardSisters #clairenovak
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In honor of #WaywardSisters TONIGHT, here's the NEVER BEFORE SEEN list of ideas I compiled when starting #Supernatural. See how many we used! And the ones we didn't? #Wayward, have at 'em. Kick it in the ass tonight, ladies. #SPNFamily #WaywardAF
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Who's tryna get sliced? #WaywardSisters #Supernatural
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Jensen: running back to get the last piece of lizard was not in the script. Dean wouldn’t leave food. I didn’t think they’d use it, but they did. #SpnOrl
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#Supernatural #WaywardSisters
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'Supernatural': Kim Rhodes On 'Wayward Sisters' Trying To Save The Winchesters, Crossover Potential

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Taste like lizard #Supernatural #waywardsisters #13x10 @cw_spn @kathrynnewton @YaditheYoda @JensenAckles @jarpad

Sarah Barra @ M A N I A @Hellredsky Jan 15
Only 3 days for #WaywardSisters Who is excited!?
#waywardsistersiscoming #wayward #Supernatural
@kimrhodes4real @OfficialBrianaB @katramdeen @kathrynnewton @ClarkBacko @YaditheYoda @cw_spn
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