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Supernatural Producer Promises "Very Strong" Female Characters For Season 10

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08/03/2014 12:23 am
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Supernatural Producer Promises
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Jonathan Frahm

Staff Writer


At this year's San Diego Comic Con, the Supernatural bunch came together yet again to answer fan questions. When producer Jeremy Carver stood up before the panel to answer a fan's question regarding female characters, it came with a very interesting response: "You can expect a very healthy dose of new and returning very strong, very powerful female characters this season." Past reports from the SDCC are proving rumors of a "musical" episode of Supernatural right, and pretty much every character you've loved or hated through the show's illustrious history are reported to be coming on board for the very special project. While Jody Mills (Kim Rhodes) and Donna Hanscum (Brianna Buckmaster) are already set to return in the impending 10th season, this really gets me hoping that Supernatural digs far back into its repertoire of "very strong, very power female characters" to really drive this episode (and season) home. Could we get some Bela, Ellen, and Jo up in here? Perhaps Ruby is rearing for a brief comeback? Then of course, there's Charlie. All would make great additions to the much-hyped 200th episode, and maybe even some with recurring roles throughout the season, someway, somehow. With a show largely dominated by a male cast- Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins, and Mark Sheppard making up the golden bunch -it'll be refreshing to see some fresh female faces that can pack a wallop, too! Here's to hoping for a grand return once Supernatural hits television screens for the tenth successive time on October 7. Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!



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