Sep 23, 2016 11:26 AM EDT | By Jeanne Anne
"Supernatural" Season 12 has said to be the last installment of the Winchester brothers' story. However, as the TV series is the longest-running science fiction tale in the U.S. television history, The CW President Mark Pedowitz has something to say about the issue.
Mark Pedowitz Slams Cancellation Reports
Mark Pedowitz explained as long as there are people who are watching the fantasy horror series and its ratings are stable, the show will stay. "[As long as] I'm still in the chair, I'm going to be their biggest supporter to continue," the 66-year-old executive told Variety. In fact, he foresees the show will go beyond "Supernatural" Season 12 and even if The CW has a new chair. "The best thing I can do for the guys and for the studio and for the showrunners is basically make sure we don't mess them up," he added.
The Winchester brothers' program already proved its toughness by surpassing all the odds it has been through and even made it be part of The CW's lineup. With the continuation of "Supernatural" Season 12, it just showed how established the title is now. The series creator Eric Kripke revealed that they usually have "end-of-season" meetings with the network to propose another story that will let them stay for another year. He also disclosed that he is proud that the TV series lead by Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) is the "last surviving WB show."
'Supernatural' Season 12 Official Synopsis Revealed!
Meanwhile, "Supernatural" Season 12 Episode 1's official synopsis is already revealed with title "Keep Calm and Carry On." As the Winchester's mom Mary Winchester (Samantha Smith) is back, Dean will be very happy to see his mother again. However, Sam will be seen fighting for his life after a member of the Woman of Letters, Toni (Elizabeth Blackmore), shot him, as per Den of Geek. This will also be the first time fans will see Lucifer portrayed by Rick Springfield. "Supernatural" Season 12 returns on Oct. 13 on The CW at 9:00 p.m.
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