It appears that SUPERNATURAL is taking another shot at the spin-off game. Several years ago the show attempted a spin-off titled BLOODLINES which wasn’t well-received and never proceeded to series. But it seems that this time around the show’s producers might be basing a spin-off around a well-known SUPERNATURAL character: Sheriff Jody Mills (Kim Rhodes). Warner Bros has declined to comment on this story, so the news is speculative, but it sounds like a new spin-off is in the works.

Titled WAYWARD SISTERS, the rumor is that the new series will be introduced as a backdoor pilot during SUPERNATURAL’s upcoming 13th season and will focus on Mills and a group of troubled young women who have all been orphaned by supernatural tragedy. Together the women would come together to create a monster-fighting force. There’s no confirmation yet on which other characters might join the spin-off, but there have been several SUPERNATURAL characters connected to Jody (including Claire Novak, Alex Jones and Sheriff Donna Hanscum) that would fit in with this world.

If the series proceeds, Andrew Dabb and Robert Berens would serve as writers and would be joined by Phil Sgriccia, Robert Berens as producers.

It’s likely we’ll hear official confirmation about this in the near future — perhaps even at San Diego Comic-Con, which kicks off on July 19.

SUPERNATURAL: Let’s Speculate About Season 13


The season 12 finale of SUPERNATURAL had quite the body count (read our recap). Normally I’m not one to deal with speculation — I much prefer facts and spoilers — but this finale had the potential to be more of a game changer than we’ve seen of SUPERNATURAL for many, many years. And so with months to go before we get confirmation of what will happen, it might be fun to speculate on what’s to come.

Before we go on let me be very clear: I do not possess any spoilers that you, dear reader, don’t know. Everything I say from this point forward is 100% pure speculation on my part. It is entirely possible that I may be absolutely, completely wrong about this theory. But if I was writing this show, this is how I would do it.

So with that in mind, let’s begin with the facts….

What We Know

The British Men of Letters are, essentially, dead in America. It’s clear that at least part of the vast organization still exists in the UK, but I suspect that we won’t see them again, or at least for a long while. I think that story is concluded (for now).

Rowena is dead. We didn’t see Lucifer kill her, but it seems as if she is definitely gone. Her possible return is probably the most uncertain part of this speculation. Then again, they didn’t even bring Ruth Connell back to kill off her character, so if we never see some version (we’ll get to that soon) of Rowena again I would be extremely disappointed.

Crowley is dead. In some ways, the character had a bit of a redemption arc. He went out in perfect Crowley style — having proven his “loyalty” to his unlikely frenemies, the Winchesters, but not allowing Lucifer to best him one last time, even if he had to kill himself to do it. Crowley, in other words, went out on his own terms.

Castiel is dead. Unlike Crowley, Cas is a far more tragic figure in death. It’s clear now that he wasn’t really brainwashed by the nephilim, but he was shown a future he hoped would come to fruition. And in the end he died trying to stop Lucifer, but he didn’t achieve his purpose and so there’s a certain amount of tragedy to his demise. The interesting thing is that, despite the fact that the scene was quite dark, it seems very likely that you could see Castiel’s burnt and broken wings on the ground after his death once the camera panned up to the overhead shot. Frankly, they look different from the full wings we used to see of angels before the “fall”.


I think this is important because back in 2015 while visiting the SUPERNATURAL, we spoke to the VFX department about why we hadn’t seen burnt angel wings in recent seasons at that time. VFX Supervisor Mark Meloche explained that the showrunner at the time (Jeremy Carver) had made the choice not to show the wings any longer. Now we have a different showrunner (Andrew Dabb), but it’s interesting that he chose to bring back the burnt wings for this particular moment. Was it to prove that Castiel was, indeed, dead?

A multi-verse exists in the SUPERNATURAL universe. I’m always happy to see Jim Beaver return to the show, but what was the purpose of this alternate world? (Let’s call it Earth 2 for simplicity’s sake). Was it just a place to temporarily lock up Lucifer and Mary? If what was the case, then why show us an Earth 2 version of a beloved character? Was it for expository purposes only? Was that world going to try and spill over into the existing SUPERNATURAL world a la the MORTAL KOMBAT movie?

E2 Bobby was also very clear — there exists no copies of our show’s two lead characters in this alternate reality. There is no Sam or Dean and both Winchester parents are dead on Earth 2. Why specifically address that fact if that wasn’t going to lead somewhere? I think it was crucial to understanding this speculation. But what we know is that Earth 2 exists and that it is possible that different versions of some characters who have died in the normal SUPERNATURAL reality could exist, much like E2 Bobby.

Mary and Lucifer are trapped on Earth 2. Neither of them are dead, but right now there seems no hope that they might return to their Earth unless Jack were to open up another portal. There exists no alternate version of Mary in Earth 2, but I suppose there could be an alternate version of Lucifer there.

Kelly is dead and the nephilim (Jack) has been born. Whether or not Jack is evil remains to be seen. His ultimate purpose (whether it’s to destroy like Lucifer or bring peace to the world as Cas had hoped) is unknown. The powers he possesses are also unknown. Let’s assume, however, that Jack does not have the power to supernatural beings back to life, as only God/Chuck seems to possess that power and he has headed out on vacation with his sister.

Let’s go on a short tangent here because I know what you’re going to say — angels have the ability to bring people back from the dead. Dean, Sam and Charlie were all resurrected thanks to angels. Here, however, is the difference — in each of those cases their souls were returned to their (healed) bodies. Angels do not have souls. That’s been made clear to us. Presumably when an angel dies they are simply gone. God, having created everything, could bring back angels (much like he did with Cas) because he created them in the first place. But there’s been no confirmation that an angel, an archangel or even a hybrid-archangel such as Jack could resurrect an angel, so how could someone like Jack simply bring Castiel back to life? That would blatantly violate everything we know about the show’s canon.  In addition, every time Cas has died in the past it was because he was exploded. He’s never experienced death the way that other angels have — by being stabbed with an angel blade and seeing his burnt wings. Angels don’t come back from that (and yes, there’s been a hint that maybe Gabriel survived but that hasn’t been proven and it’s speculation up until this point).

Meanwhile, demons are slightly different than angels as they are souls that were twisted into evil. Technically Crowley could possibly be brought back to life, but I think that the history of the show dictates that it’s unlikely. There has to be a reason they showed both Castiel and Crowley “fizzling” out as they died and why these are the deaths those two species experience. The fizzling out essentially indicates that their essences — the things that make them “alive” — are obliterated.

So that brings us to the speculation portion.

Is This What Season 13 Has in Store for SUPERNATURAL?

In order for this speculation to proceed we have to assume something extremely specific: that the versions of both Crowley and Castiel as we know them are truly dead and they will not be returning. However, I think it’s unlikely that both Mark Sheppard and Misha Collins are actually gone from the show permanently. How, then, do you bring one or both of them back?

In addition, let’s see what Andrew Dabb told EW before the finale: “There are some things that happen that impact strongly and directly on the [Winchester brothers], while at the same time, we are starting a new chapter in the show, [though] not in a way of erasing what’s come before,” Dabb says. “I think it’s something that will be a natural progression of what we’ve done but also cool and different and hopefully give us a lot of energy going into season 13.”

How does one start a whole new chapter if one or both of Castiel and Crowley are simply resurrected somehow (even if it takes work to make that happen)? That seems like the same old chapter to me.

Again, this is pure speculation on my part — but what if the new chapter involves the Earth 2 versions of Castiel and/or Crowley? What if, somehow, these supernatural creatures have inhabited the same vessels (that seems a bit farfetched in a world where the through-line from point A to B is completely different, but let’s assume it’s the case). What if Mary and Lucifer somehow come across one or both of these alternate versions of Castiel and Crowley at some point early on in season 13?

And what if the Winchesters find a way to open up the portal once again (with or without Jack’s help) and out comes Earth 1 Mary and Lucifer and Earth 2 Castiel and Crowley? Then E2 Cas and/or Crowley need to figure out a way to live on E1…

Such a situation would shake up the dynamics of the show. The Earth 2 versions of Castiel and/or Crowley could be entirely new characters in a way that Demon Dean or Soulless Sam weren’t. It’s the ultimate nature versus nurture argument — there will likely be some similarities to the characters that we know, but they would have gone through an entirely different set of circumstances. They live in a world where the apocalypse happened. They have never met Sam and Dean and have never been affected by their friendships with them. They are how to introduce entirely new characters while still utilizing the same actors. What we know of Earth 1’s Castiel and Crowley does not disappear (in other words, Dabb is not “erasing what’s come before”), but we would be starting a new chapter with semi-new characters.

If this doesn’t happen and somehow Cas and/or Crowley is simply resurrected using Jack’s powers or there’s another explanation (like one or both of them were inexplicably switched somehow with their counterparts and didn’t actually die), then that would be the worst storytelling choice the writers could make. Bringing back the same characters is not new. It’s not bold. It’s a cop out of the cheapest order and it would be cowardly for the writers to fall back into old, stale patterns. The show needs a shake up and this would be the best way to do it without resetting the whole mytharc. Earth 2 would also give the writers the opportunity to return other deceased characters in new ways and to show us how these characters would be different for not having had Dean and Sam in their lives.

SUPERNATURAL has a limited shelf life left. Eventually the show has to come to an end in the next few years. It’s simply inevitable. If we assume that there’s a clock ticking down somewhere, Dabb can opt to continue the status quo for another few years. But I wonder if he chose a different route instead. Again, this is pure speculation, but it would breathe a new shot of life into the show’s supporting characters and find a way to shake things up.

UPDATE: Mark Sheppard (Crowley) has announced that he is leaving the show after the season 12 finale, which means that original Crowley will not be returning and it looks like E2 Crowley will also not be making an appearance. Meanwhile, Misha Collins (Castiel) also said at a recent convention that he will be returning, although he did hedge his words a bit and said “I do think we’ll see a version of [Cas] again”. There seems to be no indication with respect to Castiel whether this speculation is correct, but I’m hoping I’m right. If not, as I mentioned above, simply healing him would fly in the face of canon and just return us to the status quo (except minus Crowley).

SUPERNATURAL will return this fall for season 13. Hopefully by the time Comic-Con rolls around we’ll get some indication of whether this speculation is completely off base or if it’s possible.

In the meantime, what do you think? Is this speculation completely off base or do you agree? Or do you have some thoughts of your own?


SUPERNATURAL Season 12 Finale Recap: A Child to Save the World….Or Destroy It?


The Winchester brothers had to deal with a brainwashed mother, a murderous British Men of Letters (BMOL), and Lucifer and his possibly evil spawn in the season finale of SUPERNATURAL. Thankfully it was two hours long, which was plenty of time to deal with the multiple bad guys they had to vanquish.

But did they vanquish them? Read on to find out.

Before we get to the vanquishing, we have to deal with the aforementioned brainwashed Mary Winchester, who is slaughtering her fellow American hunters left and right and ready to take orders on who to kill next.

Back in the bunker, Toni manages to convince the brothers to keep her alive long enough to de-program Mary. But before that can happen they need to figure out a way out of the bunker. They get to work, searching through their various books to find a spell that could help. They managed to get the lights to flicker, but the first spell fizzled out and Toni announced that magic wouldn’t work. As the boys got to work trying to get through a concrete wall, the air started to go thin and Sam realized they probably wouldn’t get out. Enter the grenade launcher. After all, Dean’s been dying to use it.

Fortunately that worked and Dean managed to get out and reverse what Ketch had done to the bunker last week. They quickly headed to Jody’s house where Mary had attempted to kill her. Fortunately, Alex and Jody managed to knock Mary out. The boys ordered Toni to fix their mother, but Mary insisted there was nothing Toni could do — Mary’s programming was permanent.

While they tried to figure out what to do about their mother, Jody called in some reinforcements — the two American hunters who had killed Sam and Dean back in the season 5 episode “Dark Side of the Moon”. With a rousing speech, Sam managed to convince their little group that they should take the fight to the BMOL.

Dean opted to stay behind because he had injured his leg while using the grenade launcher. So he asked Toni to help him save Mary as Sam headed off with his merry band of hunters. Back in their bunker, Dean established a psychic link to Mary and found himself in the old Winchester house, along with young Dean and baby Sam. Mary was taking care of her boys, oblivious to the outside world and to Dean’s pleas to snap out of it.

“I hate you,” he told her bitterly. “You lied to me. I was a kid. You promised you’d keep me safe. And then you make a deal with Azazel.” He recounted how Azazel went to Sam’s room because of the deal Mary made and how their family suffered as a result of what she had done. “I hate you. And I love you,” Dean said. “You’re my mom and I understand because I have made deals to save the ones I love more than once. I forgive you. I forgive you for all of it. Everything. On the other side of this, we can start over, ok? You, me, Sam. We can get it right this time. But I need you to fight.”

That got through to her. Unfortunately, Ketch burst through the psychic bubble by killing Toni and attacking Dean, ripping him out of Mary’s head. Dean fought Ketch, but he was already injured and seemed to be losing. Enter Mary, who woke up and killed Ketch.

Meanwhile, Sam and his fellow hunters stormed the BMOL bunker, shooting their way inside. One by one they picked off the BMOL mercenaries. Hess managed to lock herself in a safe room, but Sam burst through. And back home in Britain, the big boys refused to help extract Hess. But Hess explained to Sam that Lucifer was back and they shouldn’t be so quick to kill her. After all, he might need the BMOL’s help.

“Pass,” Sam said. A few seconds later Jody killed Hess.

Back at the bunker Mary apologized to Dean for her part in this mess. But Dean explained that everything she did had made them who they are — kickass hunters who save the world. Sam walked in just as Mary said she was worried he could never forgive her, leading to a family hug.

Seriously, a *family hug*. It was beautiful. I may have shed a tear.

And that was the end of part 1.

At the start of part 2 we see that Kelly and Cas have been hiding out in a cabin by a beautiful lake. Kelly was frantically trying to put the baby furniture together, while Cas was promising to raise the baby when Kelly died. Later, as Kelly and Cas returned home from some baby shopping we see Kelly start to have contractions and, somehow, a bit of her baby’s essence escapes and flitters through the air.

Back at the bunker, Sam brings Mary and Dean up to speed on the Lucifer situation and we get confirmation that Crowley wasn’t dead — he had just been hiding out in a rat. Fortunately he had found his old vessel and reanimates it. As Sam tries to call Rowena for help, he learns that Lucifer had killed her and then answered her phone. He insists the boys ccan’t kill him and now they can’t put him back in his cage with Rowena gone. The only possible solution they have is to keep Kelly and Cas moving so Lucifer can’t find them. Fortunately, the baby would bring some biblical plagues to herald its own birth, so all the boys had to do to find Cas and Kelly was follow the signs.

Cue Cas touching that piece of the baby’s essence outside the cabin, which instantly transports him to some mysterious place with a creature that attacks him. Fortunately he was saved by …

Well, we don’t know yet. Because he returns to Kelly before the figure’s identity is revealed.

Back at the bunker Crowley stops by for a chat and Dean is furious that Crowley had let Lucifer out. But Sam suggests he might be able to help them with a spell now that Rowena was dead. Crowley laments about how much he hats his job but offers his services. “Whenever there’s a world-ending crisis at hand, I know where to place my bets. It’s on you,” he tells the boys. And he offers to close the gates of Hell once they get rid of Lucifer this time. So the Winchesters continue to search for a lead and figure out where Cas and Kelly are hiding. As they head out Dean stabbs Crowley through the hand and tells him to stay where he is.

At the cabin Kelly tells Cas that the baby was coming and Cas recounts what he saw to Kelly when the nephilim showed him the future. “I saw a world without pain, war, hunger or want. I saw the world that this child, that your child, will create. Maybe it is a world without fear and without suffering and without hate. I saw paradise,” he tells her.

The Winchesters arrive at the cabin and Cas is shocked to hear that Lucifer is back. Dean tells Cas they have to get moving, but Kelly is already in labor. Sam goes to double-check the warding and sees the glowing portal (“a tear in space and time,” Cas says) in the backyard. It’s an alternate reality, he explains. The baby’s power is puncturing the fabric of the universe, but Sam just wants to know what’s on the other side. “You don’t want to know,” Cas warns. But Dean insists they need to know and so Cas takes them there.

They find themselves in the same dusty land that Cas was in. This alternate world was caught in a war between angels and demons and the few humans that remained were trapped in between them. But Cas insists the baby could close this door. “I have faith,” Cas says before Dean calls him a dumbass.

Then that mysterious figure returns and….it’s Bobby Singer! But he doesn’t know Sam and Dean because this a world where Sam and Dean had never been born and, thus, had never saved the world. As the brothers and Cas return to our reality Crowley shows up and insists he is the answer to their problems.

Sam and Dean prepare for the big showdown with Lucifer as Cas tries to reassure Kelly that everything will be fine. “Remember….paradise,” Cas tells her.

Sam, Dean and Cas head outside to confront Lucifer, who has arrived at the cabin. Sam tells Lucifer that God will stop him just like he did before, but Lucifer just laughs that off. Cas charges first, but easily gets swept aside, so Sam and Dean take off running and head to the alternate reality. Lucifer quickly follows and Dean confronts him with the angel killing bullets Alternate World Bobby had been carrying. Nearby, Crowley is setting up the spell to lock Lucifer away. He interrupts Lucifer beating Dean as the Winchesters head closer to the portal.

“I hate you, deeply, truly,” Crowley tells Lucifer, before taking his own life because a sacrifice was needed for his spell to work. Then Cas bursts through the portal and heads toward Lucifer. He manages to stab Lucifer, but it doesn’t seem to do much. As Lucifer and Cas head back to the right side of the portal Lucifer kills Cas and Mary starts to beat on Lucifer. But she and Lucifer fall into the portal just before it closes, trapping them in there.

Sam and Dean are heartbroken and Sam rushes inside as he sees a light coming from Kelly’s bedroom. He finds Kelly dead and then sees bloody footprints on the floor in the hallway.

Cue the creepy glowing eyes of the nephilim, who seems to be much larger than a baby.

Holy moly, the body count of this Supernatural finale. Is that it? Are Crowley and Castiel really dead? Will Mary ever make her way back to her own world? Is Lucifer gone for good?

We’ll have a long time before we find out.

SUPERNATURAL will return this fall for season 13. The show will also be doing an animated crossover episode with SCOOBY DOO next season.

SUPERNATURAL Sneak Peek: Trapped In the Bunker


At the end of the last episode of SUPERNATURAL it was revealed that the British Men of Letters had successfully managed to brainwash Mary Winchester. When faced with her pleading sons, she turned her back — and her gun — on them. Now the Brits are planning on take down all of the American hunters and they’ve locked Sam and Dean in their own bunker to slowly run out of air and die. Toni Bevell — newly returned from England — also made an apperance. But Ketch seems determined to get rid of her so that he can rise through the ranks of the organization and locked her in there with the Winchester brothers.

Now the boys are faced with finding a way to escape their home and save their mother from her brainwashing. Dean suggests they kill Toni to buy themselves an extra day of air, but she tells the boys that she’s the only one who can successfully un-program their mother. Of course, the only way to even get Mary back is to get out of the bunker and in order to do that the boys are going to start digging to see if they have any items or spells in there with them that could help.

Related: See photos for the two-hour finale of SUPERNATURAL

Meanwhile, in the second hour of the finale the brothers do make their way out of the bunker and come up against Lucifer, who seems determined to ensure that his child is born.

The two-hour SUPERNATURAL season finale airs tonight (May 18) beginning at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW. And if you didn’t hear the news coming out of the network’s Upfront presentation, SUPERNATURAL will be doing an animated SCOODY DOO episode in season 13.

SUPERNATURAL Will Do an Animated SCOOBY DOO Episode in Season 13


SUPERNATURAL is getting….animated?

Today at The CW’s Upfront presentation, SUPERNATURAL stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles went on stage to announce that the show would be doing a SCOOBY DOO episode — complete with animated Sam and Dean Winchester (see photo below). No further details are known at this time, but we’re sure more news will come out of Comic-Con this summer.

Read The TV Addict’s Full 2017 Upfronts Coverage

SUPERNATURAL will air this fall on Thursdays at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW (see The CW’s full fall 2017 schedule).


Photo courtesy of Michael Schneider (@franklinavenue)

SUPERNATURAL Two-Part Season Finale Photos: The Final Showdown with the British Men of Letters and Lucifer

It looks like things are coming to a head with the British Men of Letters in the two-part finale of SUPERNATURAL

In part 1 Sam and Dean are caught in a dangerous situation. Leading out of this week’s episode, we know that the brothers are trapped inside their own bunker — along with Toni — and will die if they don’t manage to escape. Meanwhile, Mary has been brainwashed and turned on her own sons. But it looks like we’re going to see an ultimate showdown between the Winchesters/their fellow American hunters and the Brits. Will this be the end of the British Men of Letters or will they turn tail and live to fight another day?

Meanwhile, in the second part of the finale Kelly returns and starts going into labor. It appears we’re also heading into a showdown with Lucifer over the fate of the nephilim.

Browse through photos above for the two-part season finale episode of SUPERNATURAL airing at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

SUPERNATURAL Sneak Peek: The Hunt for Mary


Have the British Men of Letters messed with the wrong family on SUPERNATURAL?

At the end of the last episode we saw Mary had discovered that the BMOL were targeting American hunters, including the Winchesters. She managed to leave a voicemail for Dean indicating that they had a problem, but she was tied up by Ketch and Toni (remember her?) when she tried to escape their clutches. Now Mary is going to get a working-over by Toni (see photos from the episode).

This week, Dean and Sam learn that American hunters are dying in mysterious circumstances all over the country, so with Mary’s voicemail in mind they head to her last known address. They find her motel room empty (obviously), so Dean calls Ketch to see if he knows where Mary is. When Ketch announces he hasn’t seen Mary in a week, both Dean and Sam suspect Ketch of lying. Will all of this lead to a showdown between the Winchesters and the BMOL?

Watch a sneak peek below for the May 11 episode of SUPERNATURAL airing at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

SUPERNATURAL Photos: The Winchesters vs The British Men Of Letters

The Winchesters will be going up against their new fremenies in a mid-May episode of SUPERNATURAL.

In “There’s Something About Mary”, Sam and Dean learn that hunters are being killed by suspicious “accidents” all over the country. Given that in the most recent episode Mary learned that the British Men of Letters are looking to put down the American hunters, it’s safe to say that they are behind the killings. Sam and Dean also start getting worried about their mother and they decide the best course of action is to find Mary and make sure she’s safe.

Meanwhile, Lady Toni Bevell (a.k.a. the woman who shot and kidnapped Sam) returned to the United States at the end of the last episode and sat down to have a not-so-nice chat with Mary. Toni clearly didn’t have warm feelings towards the Winchesters when they last met and it’s not likely that she’s going to pull a Mick and turn to their side this time around.

Browse through photos above for the May 11 episode of SUPERNATURAL airing at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

SUPERNATURAL Photos: Doubts About the British Men of Letters

Mary is going to start feeling uneasy about the British Men of Letters on an upcoming episode of SUPERNATURAL.

In “Twigs & Twine & Tasha Banes”, Mary is starting to realize that working with the British Men of Letters may not have been the best idea. But the big question is: will they turn against her and try to kill her and/or her sons? And if they do, will the Winchester matriarch band together with her boys to try and take the Brits down?

Elsewhere in this episode, Alicia Banes (guest star Kara Royster) from the early season 12 episode “Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox” calls Mary for help after her mother, Tasha (guest star Alvina August), goes missing. But it’s Sam who answers Mary’s phone and when he learns what’s going on he and Dean head out to help Alicia and her twin brother, Max (guest star Kendrick Sampson), find their mother who was hunting a powerful witch.

Browse through photos below for the May 4 episode of SUPERNATURAL airing at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

SUPERNATURAL Sneak Peek: Castiel Returns With a Plan


Castiel returns from Heaven in this week’s SUPERNATURAL and he’s come equipped with a new plan to deal with Kelly and her devil spawn.

We begin this week’s episode with the Winchester brothers discussing the nephilim situation. Apparently Sam has been digging into the research and learned that nephilims don’t need 9 months of gestation. In fact, he predicts that the child will be born on May 18 — which just so happens to be the night of the SUPERNATURAL two-hour season finale (coincidence, isn’t it?).

However, Sam and Dean still aren’t entirely sure what they’ll do with the baby once it’s born. Can they kill it? Do they have to? Enter Cas, who has returned from his little side trip back to angel land (where the phone reception is terrible, by the way). Will his plans for Kelly clash with those of the Winchesters? Only time will tell.

Related: Browse through photos for this episode of SUPERNATURAL

Don’t miss an all new episode of SUPERNATURAL on Thursday, April 27 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.