Welcome back to Humor Nation. Supernatural that started with a tale of two brothers quickly spawned a vast universe full of ghosts, vampires, banshees, witches, angels, demons, and primordial entities. While Sam and Dean will forever remain the most popular and loved characters on the show, but the show introduced numerous other characters who kept the fans hooked to the screen and captivated their interest. Seeing the success of Supernatural, the studios and creators decided to launch the spin-off focusing on the supporting and minor characters of the show.
So Take A Look At 5 Supernatural Spin-offs That The Fans Should Watch Today
The fearless ghost hunters popularly known as the ‘Ghostfacers’. This team investigates the paranormal sightings and record their adventures using their high tech gadgets. They have been featured several times over the course of the show. The team made their debut in Season 1 Episode 17 titled ‘Hell House’. The amateur and hilarious ghost hunters Harry Spangler and Ed Zeddmore who are the founders of the organization gained popularity among the fans. Eric considered the spin-off idea and had a meeting with the network people and the studio. After getting the green signal, the filming started and the series aired on 15 April 2010. Ghostfacers was aired on the CW Website and it was included in the Season 5 Blu-Ray. Each episode is around 3-4 minutes long. The Episode Number 11 of the series is titled “Found Footage” and it featured an special appearance from the angel Castiel.
4. SUPERNTURAL: BLOODLINES
This proposed series was written to explore the clashing cultures of monsters and hunters in the city of Chicago. Robert Singer confirmed at SDCC about the spin-off. Originally CW confirmed the spin-off as Supernatural: Tribes, but it was later renamed. While developing the spin-off, Andrew Dabb took inspiration from several spin-offs such as ‘The Originals’, ‘NCIS’, ‘Angel’. The Season 9 Episode 20 titled ‘Bloodlines’ served as the backdoor pilot of the show.
However, CW didn’t pick up the spin-off, but gave a green light to the Supernatural Season 10. The CW Network did leave the door open for another spin-off series. TVD and Originals star Nathaniel Buzolic would star in the lead role as David Lassiter, a shapeshifter who falls in love with Violet who is a werewolf and belongs to a rival family. Andrew Dabb revealed in an interview that the reason why the spin-off failed because it was pretty similar to the Originals which aired on CW at the same time.