The CW Planning 'Supernatural' Spinoff 'Wayward Sisters'

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Pictured: Kim Rhodes as Sheriff Jody Mills

The CW is developing a spinoff to their long-running series Supernatural titled Wayward Sisters.

The spinoff, which will be introduced in a future episode of the drama's upcoming thirteenth season, will feature series star Kim Rhodes reprising her role as Sheriff Jody Mills, Variety reported.

Rhodes will be seen training and protecting a group of young orphaned women who were affected by a supernatural tragedy and can turn into their own spirit-fighting force. Other characters from the original series might also appear.

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Supernatural showrunners Andrew Dabb and Robert Singer are executive producing the project with Phil Sgriccia and Robert Berens. Dabb and Berens are writing the script.

Supernatural, now entering Season 13 this fall, is The CW's current longest running series. In March 2016, series stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki discussed a possible ending to the show, noting that their characters Sam and Dean Winchester should go out in a "blaze of glory."

"The boys can't stop fighting. As long as they're alive, they're not going to stop fighting. We're going to have to see them continue to do good together. I think that's what's the most important part," Padalecki said.

By Wade Sheridan

Originally published in UPI Entertainment News.