Supernatural and Walker Prequel Spinoffs, Gotham Knights Get Collection Orders as CW Shakes Up Slate


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Supernatural and Walker Prequel Spinoffs, Gotham Knights Get Collection Orders as CW Shakes Up Slate

Having spent this Thursday morning usually clearing its cabinets (by way of six cancellations), The CW has ordered to sequence the prequel spinoffs for Supernatural and Walker, in addition to the DC comics-inspired Gotham Knights.

Instructed from the angle of narrator Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles), The Winchesters promised to ship “the epic, untold love story” of how Sam and Dean’s mother and father, John (performed by The In Between‘s Drake Rodger) and Mary (American Housewife‘s Meg Donnelly), first met, “and the way they put all of it on the road to not solely save their love, however the whole world.”

Robbie Thompson is penning the sequence and serving as an government producer alongside Jensen Ackles and his spouse/producing associate Danneel Ackles, and pilot director Glen Winter.

Walker RecapWalker: Independence is an origin story set within the late 1800s that follows Abby Walker (Arrow‘s Katherine McNamara), an prosperous Bostonian whose husband is murdered earlier than her eyes whereas on their journey out West. On her quest for revenge, Abby crosses paths with Hoyt Rawlins (Blood & Treasure‘s Matt Barr), a lovable rogue in quest of function. Abby and Hoyt’s journey takes them to Independence, Texas, the place they encounter numerous, eclectic residents operating from their very own troubled pasts and chasing their goals. There, the newfound household will battle with the altering world round them, whereas changing into brokers of change themselves in a city the place nothing is what it appears.

Seamus Fahey and Anna Fricke co-wrote the pilot, and function EPs alongside Walker star Jared Padalecki, Dan Lin and Lindsey Liberatore, Laura Terry and director Larry Teng.

Gotham Knights

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Lastly of the three sequence orders, there’s Gotham Knights. “Within the wake of Bruce Wayne’s homicide, his rebellious adopted son (performed by Oscar Morgan) forges an unlikely alliance with the youngsters of Batman’s enemies when they’re all framed for killing the Caped Crusader,” reads the logline. “And because the metropolis’s most needed criminals, this renegade band of misfits should battle to clear their names. However in a Gotham with no Darkish Knight to guard it, town descends into essentially the most harmful it’s ever been. Nonetheless, hope comes from essentially the most surprising of locations as this workforce of mismatched fugitives will turn out to be its subsequent era of saviors referred to as the [see series title].”

Whereas set in Gotham Metropolis, Gotham Knights is not a by-product of the lately cancelled Batwoman. Additionally, it’s primarily based on Gotham Knights characters from the DC comics, not the upcoming launch from Warner Bros. Video games.

Gotham Knights was written by exec producers Chad Fiveash and James Stoteraux, together with co-EP Natalie Abrams (Batwoman). Different EPs on the sequence embrace pilot director Danny Cannon, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter and David Madden.

 


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