Interesting news from Deadline.com today, where it is said that Supernatural’s current co-showrunner and Executive Producer Sera Gamble will be stepping down after this season and a new co-showrunner has been tapped.
Taking her place is said to be Jeremy Carver, who left the series in recent years and most recently was a showrunner for Syfy’s adaptation of Being Human. Carver was the writer of several Supernatural fan-favorite episodes including “A Very Supernatural Christmas,” “In The Beginning,” “Changing Channels,” and “Free To Be You And Me.” If this happens, Robert Singer will be staying on as co-showrunner.
The CW has not yet made a formal announcement about Season 8 of Supernatural. The notion that the studio is thinking about the show’s future, and that they are staffing for Fall 2012, could and should be taken as a good sign. The Vampire Diaries has also recently added new staff, even though Vampire Diaries Season 4 has also not yet been announced.
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