One of the most anticipated spinoffs, Supernatural: Bloodlines, will not be picked up by the CW network. The hugely successful hit Supernatural recently aired their ninth season episode entitled Bloodlines as a backdoor pilot. Set in modern day Chicago, the formula had potential with the five mafia-type families that run the city. Bonus, they just happened to be vampires, werewolves, and shape-shifters. Lucien Laviscount and Nathaniel Buzolic had chemistry but according to social media opinions, they did not have the right stuff to back them up. According to Insidetv, EW’s own informal poll showed only a third of viewers thought it was worth continuing. CW has also axed The Carrie Diaries, Star-Crossed, and The Tomorrow People.
Supernatural fans remember back to 2010 their first attempt at a spinoff called Ghostfacers hit air. At least made it to ten episodes. Avid Supernatural fans still hope that show creators Director Robert Singer and Writer/Producer Andrew Dabb still have something else up their sleeves as sources say that CW is not discounting another spinoff possibility in the future. By the looks of the three hot co-stars, fans not need be too worried. Actors Lucien Laviscount, Nathaniel Buzolic, and Sean Faris will no doubt be back on TV screens again soon.