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    LuthorX

    [1]Jul 30, 2012
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    Season 5 was supposed to be the final season right?



    Sera Gamble should be fired btw, for making the two worst seasons of supernatral

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    libra113

    [2]Jul 30, 2012
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    LuthorX wrote:


    Season 5 was supposed to be the final season right?



    Sera Gamble should be fired btw, for making the two worst seasons of supernatral


    Actually, the five year thing was a lie Kripke made up to keep the CW from cancelling them too soon.

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    Tyrathius

    [3]Jul 31, 2012
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    Lie or not, the original myth arc was wrapped up in Swan Song. Sam's powers, Dean's deal, the seals etc. were all building up to Lucifer. Seasons 6 and 7 have had to start fresh.


    And Sera Gamble stepped down as showrunner at the end of season 7.

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    libra113

    [4]Jul 31, 2012
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    Tyrathius wrote:


    Lie or not, the original myth arc was wrapped up in Swan Song. Sam's powers, Dean's deal, the seals etc. were all building up to Lucifer. Seasons 6 and 7 have had to start fresh.


    And Sera Gamble stepped down as showrunner at the end of season 7.


    Only because they had told that five year plan lie so often they had to deliver. Honestly, the story was rushed and could have used another year or two.

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    Tyrathius

    [5]Aug 1, 2012
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    I agree the apocalypse was rushed, but regardless of whether that was the original plan or not, that's ultimately where they decided to end it.


    I guess with Jeremy Carver taking over in season 8, we'll see if the problems with 6 and 7 were just Sera Gamble, or if the show is getting fatigued.

    Edited on 08/01/2012 2:40am
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    libra113

    [6]Aug 1, 2012
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    Tyrathius wrote:


    I agree the apocalypse was rushed, but regardless of whether that was the original plan or not, that's ultimately where they decided to end it.


    I guess with Jeremy Carver taking over in season 8, we'll see if the problems with 6 and 7 were just Sera Gamble, or if the show is getting fatigued.


    Hard to think the show could be fatigued as you put it.

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    tvtome_xena321

    [7]Aug 7, 2012
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    Well we all know the apocalypse was rushed, because they never planned to introduce Angels and stuff completely. The writers strike did change a hell of a lot of the direction. Remember Dean wasn't going to die, and Sam was going to go dark earlier than planned. I'm still curious if the writers strike didn't happen what would of been.
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