'Supernatural': TV Show Could Go On Forever, CW President Comments On Future Of Series

Taylor Rios

Supernatural will be entering Season 13, which is a long time for a television series to be on the air. Recently, there was a rumor that the show was going to end after Season 14. However, that report was not true and Mark Pedowitz, president of The CW network, commented on the future of the series. There is no end date for the TV show. As long as Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles want to continue, it will keep on getting renewed each year.

According to ScreenRant, Mark Pedowitz addressed how long The CW series could go on at the Television Critics Association summer press tour.

"I can answer the Supernatural question now. As long as the boys want to do it [Laughter from the audience] and ratings hold, Supernatural will stay on the air."

The show premiered in 2005. At the time, nobody could have imagined that it would achieve the success that it is. Ratings continue to be strong and there are Facebook groups with thousands of members, each devoted to share their love for the Winchester family. There are even websites, forums, and groups dedicated to creating Supernatural fan fiction.

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