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5 hours ago, YRBB said:

They've cast Keegan Allen as Walker's gay brother, which pleasantly surprised me. I like the description of their family backstory/dynamic and hope they use it a lot instead of making him a background character.


Considering it's the CW, tokenism is the likely outlet. At least Berlanti isn't tied to this...

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5 hours ago, DRW50 said:


Considering it's the CW, tokenism is the likely outlet. At least Berlanti isn't tied to this...


Agreed. I'm hoping we are proven wrong this time...

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Nice to see Lindsey Morgan land a new show so soon after The 100. ( @Taoboi )


I always liked the Chuck Norris version, and Jared Padalecki is going to have to show up to get me to continue watching.  

So far Keegan Allen is just supporting, but they did mention a home in town and a boyfriend, so we'll see how much tokenism continues.......

Always liked Coby Bell......


Could do without the teen angst...


@Toups or @Errol could you move this to the CW thread?

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LOL!!! at @slick jones. My co-worker let me know where she landed since she's the one who got me into the 100 and worships the ground the SUPERNATURAL boys walk on. Wait to hear what she says at work tomorrow before I watch.


Also remember the Chuck Norris version so I am hesitant. Shocked my mom is gung-ho for it. So I just might as well. lol. I grew up watching with her. 



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So far CW's no.1 show in ratings overall about a month into it's run. It's performing nearly 3 times the average of a typical CW show.


Due to the strong ratings performance they ordered an additional 5 episodes (bringing Season 1 up to 18 episodes) and renewed the show for a second season, just after two episodes aired. 

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11 minutes ago, Taoboi said:

The power of SUPERNATURAL.

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Just because his pretty. It will last a 100 yrs like Supernatural. It's generic and bland like most of the TV shows on network tv.

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