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Broadcast Pilot Season continues to evolve.
After the pandemic wiped out Pilot Season 2020, ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW had a mix of dramas and comedies that carried over from before COVID-19 and scripts that were developed during quarantine. The shows that emerged from Pilot Season 2020+ are now on the air — see CBS’ Ghosts and ABC’s The Wonder Years — and on deck for midseason.
At the same time, the five broadcast networks have dramatically reduced the volume of scripts they’re respectively buying. Gone are the days when the Big Four each buy north of 300 comedy and drama scripts. As the line between a hit and a miss has evaporated, networks increasingly showed more patience with their scripted investments and reviewing such data as 30 days of delayed viewing and streaming performance.
The pandemic has also forced the broadcast networks to evolve the ways in which they approach pilot season. Casting nearly 100 dramas and comedies and competing with cable networks and streamers for top talent, locations and directors are a thing of the past. Instead, the five broadcast nets have shifted — like cable and streaming — to a year-round development model. So while the traditional TV calendar remains, the networks have now gotten a jump on pilot orders and, in some cases, on May’s series orders. We typically publish this annual guide in January but considering the early orders, we’re posting early as additional pilot pickups are expected to come before year’s end.
With all of the above in mind, here’s a look at the pilots in contention for the 2022-23 broadcast season as ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW sift through scripts and march forward in a bid to find the next breakout hits.
Bookmark THR.com/PilotSeason, as well as this page, as The Hollywood Reporter will update this guide throughout the season with the latest pilot orders, castings and eventual series pickups.
Josep — passed over; may be redeveloped next season
Logline: A recently divorced Filipino American nurse attempts to navigate dating, fatherhood and a very Filipino mother who loves to “help.”
Cast: Jo Koy, Mia Katigbak, Rory O’Malley, Kimee Balmilero, Tess Paras, Jason Rogel, Kaden Alejandro
Team: W/EP Steve Joe (Young Sheldon); EP Jo Koy, Jake Kasdan, Melvin Mar, Kourtney Kang; EP/D James Griffiths (Fresh Off the Boat, Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.), Joe Meloche, Randall Park, Michael Golamco, Hieu Ho
Studio: 20th Television
Not Dead Yet — SERIES ORDER
Logline: Broke and newly single, Nell Stevens — a self-described disaster — works to restart the life and career she left behind 10 years ago. When she lands the only job she can find — writing obituaries — Nell starts getting life advice from an unlikely source. Adapted from Confessions of a 40-something F**k Up by Alexandra Potter.
Cast: Gina Rodriguez (Jane the Virgin), Josh Banday, Angela Gibbs, Rick Glassman (recurring)
Team: W/EP Casey Johnson & David Windsor (This Is Us); EP McG, Mary Viola, Corey Marsh
Studio: 20th Television, Wonderland Sound and Vision
The Son-in-Law (in consideration for midseason) — PASSED OVER
Logline: The comedy follows a salt of the earth man (Chris Sullivan, This Is Us) who finds himself seeking the approval of his new fiancée’s sophisticated parents — even as he’s a difficult to impress father-in-law to his daughter’s longtime boyfriend.
Cast: Chris Sullivan (This Is Us), Reema Sampat, Meera Simhan, Evangeline Young, Anupam Kher, Robert Bailey Jr.
Team: W/EP Ajay Saghal (The Carmichael Show); EP Jake Kasdan, Melvin Mar (Doogie Kamealoha)
Studio: 20th Television
Avalon — STRAIGHT TO SERIES ORDER
Logline: Based on a short story by Connelly, the series centers on L.A. Sheriff’s Department Detective Nicole “Nic” Searcy, who heads a small office on the island that’s home to 4,000 permanent residents and caters to a million tourists every year — with hundreds of potential stories arriving by ferry each day. Detective Searcy is pulled into a career-defining mystery that will challenge everything she knows about herself and the island.
Cast: Neve Campbell, Steven Pasquale
Team: W/EP David E. Kelley; EP/showrunner Dana Calvo (Good Girls Revolt), Michael Connelly, Ross Fineman, Barry Jossen, Tana Jamieson
Studio: A+E Studios, 20th Television
The Company You Keep (in consideration for midseason) — SERIES ORDER
Logline: A night of passion leads to love between con-man Charlie and undercover CIA officer Emma, who are unknowingly on a collision course professionally. While Charlie ramps up the “family business” so he can get out for good, Emma’s closing in on the vengeful criminal who holds Charlie’s family debts in-hand — forcing them to reckon with the lies they’ve told so they can save themselves and their families from disastrous consequences. Based on the Korean format My Fellow Citizens.
Cast: Milo Ventimiglia (This Is Us), Catherine Haena Kim (FBI), William Fichtner (Mom), Sarah Wayne Callies, James Saito, Tim Chiou
Team: W/EP Julia Cohen (The Royals); EP Milo Ventimiglia, Jon M. Chu, Todd Harthan, Caitlin Foito, Russ Cundiff, Lindsay Goffman; P Deanna Harris; EP/D Ben Younger
Studio: 20th Television, DiVide Pictures, Electric Somewhere
L.A. Law — passed over
Logline: An update of the NBC Emmy-winning drama that sees the venerable law firm of McKenzie Brackman reinvent itself as a litigation firm specializing in only the most high-profile, boundary-pushing and incendiary cases.
Cast: Blair Underwood, Corbin Bernsen, Toks Olagundoye, Hari Nef, Ian Duff, Juliana Harkavy, Kacey Rohl, Jill Eikenberry (guest star)
Team: W/EP Marc Guggenheim, Ubah Mohamed (Legends of Tomorrow); EP Dayna Bochco, Jesse Bochco, Blair Underwood; D/EP Anthony Hemingway
Studio: 20th Television, Steven Bochco Productions
The Rookie spinoff — SERIES ORDER
Logline: Follows Simone Clark (Niecy Nash), the oldest rookie in the FBI Academy.
Cast: Niecy Nash, Felix Solis, Frankie Faison, Britt Robertson
Team: W/EP Alexi Hawley, Terence Paul Winter; EP Mark Gordon
Studio: ABC Signature, Entertainment One
Will Trent (in consideration for midseason) — SERIES ORDER
Logline: Based on Karin Slaughter’s New York Times best-selling Will Trent series, Special Agent Will Trent of the Georgia Bureau of Investigations was abandoned at birth and endured a harsh coming-of-age in Atlanta’s overwhelmed foster care system. But now, determined to use his unique point of view to make sure no one feels as abandoned as he was, Will Trent has the highest clearance rate in the GBI.
Cast: Ramon Rodriguez, Erika Christensen, Jake McLaughlin, Iantha Richardson, Sonja Sohn
Team: W/EP Liz Heldens (The Passage), Dan Thomsen (Batwoman); EP Karin Slaughter
Studio: 20th Television
Alaska — SERIES ORDER
Logline: The drama revolves around a star journalist (Swank) who moves to Alaska for a fresh start after a career-killing misstep and finds redemption personally and professionally after joining a daily metro newspaper in Anchorage.
Cast: Hilary Swank, Jeff Perry (Scandal)
Team: W/EP/D Tom McCarthy; EP Bert Salke, Melissa Wells, Hilary Swank, Kyle Hopkins, Ryan Binkley
Studio: 20th Television, Co-lab21, Slow Pony
Untitled Kay Oyegun (in consideration for midseason) — PASSED OVER
Logline: Five therapists in Philadelphia find unique ways to solve problems in their patients’ lives while grappling with their own. Ellen Roman, the owner of the practice and a brilliant therapist, has her life shockingly turned upside down when she begins working with a sociopathic patient who may hold the key to the disappearance of her sister five years earlier.
Cast: Marsha Stephanie Blake, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Johnny Simmons, Rachel Hilson, Demitrius Grosse, Rahnuma Panthaky
Team: W/EP Kay Oyegun (This Is Us)
Studio: 20th Television
Criminal Nature (redeveloped from 2021; in consideration for midseason) — PASSED OVER
Logline: A propulsive, soapy procedural set in the stunning world of National Parks, the story revolves around the tangled, messy lives of the agents who work for the ISB — an elite law enforcement unit responsible for solving all serious crimes that occur in our country’s 81,000 square miles of protected land.
Cast: Parker Young, Michaela McManus, Julia Chan, Ian Duff, Yasha Jackson
Team: Rashad Raisani (911: Lone Star); EP Barry Jossen, Tana Jamieson
Studio: 20th Television, A+E Studios
The Hug Machine — passed over
Logline: A dad gets a second chance to save both his marriage and his flailing rock career when his band unintentionally finds success in the raucous, cutthroat world of children’s music. Jorma Taccone of the Lonely Island will direct this family comedy with musical elements.
Cast: Malcolm Barrett (Genius: Aretha), Michaela Conlin (Bones), Allison Guinn
Team: W/EP Sam Laybourne; EP/D Jorma Taccone; EP Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer, Ali Bell
Studio: CBS Studios
Rust Belt News — passed over
Logline: A comedy about a small Ohio town where the local newspaper goes out of business, leaving the ambitious, angsty reporters of the high school newspaper as the only people left to report on scandals, dig up corruption and generally polish the rust off this rust-belt community.
Cast: Rich Sommer, Lauren Lindsey Donzis, Jayma Mays, Bentley Green, Angel Laketa Moore, Bailey Gavulic, Ravi Patel, Eric Edelstein, Johnny Jay Lee
Team: W/EP Matt Warburton; EP Leslie Morgenstein, Gina Girolamo; EP/D Jeff Blitz
Studio: Warner Bros. TV, Alloy Entertainment
Sober Companion — passed over
Logline: Eliza, a hot-mess alcoholic who owns a bar with her uncle in New Orleans, is forced to get her life together when the court appoints her an exhaustingly upbeat sober companion with whom she has to live 24/7.
Cast: Krysta Rodriguez, Lauren Lapkus
Team: W/EP Gracie Glassmeyer, David Rosenthal; EP/story by Jennie Snyder Urman (along with Glassmeyer and Rosenthal); EP Joanna Klein
Studio: CBS Studios, Sutton Street Productions
Unplanned in Akron — passed over
Logline: Two teenagers navigate parenthood in the best way they know how. With a little help from their friends and parents, they learn that mistakes in life don’t have to derail your life — and that no matter what age you are, taking care of a child is no joke. Sometimes, you just gotta laugh (or cry) your way through it.
Cast: Katy Mixon, Christopher Gorham, Cree Cicchino, Connor Kalopsis
Team: W/co-EP Schuyler Helford (Call Me Kat); EP/supervising Emily Wilson (The Conners); EP Samie Falvey, Erik Feig, Chris Mills, Chris Emerson
Studio: CBS Studios, PictureStart, Authentic
Fire Country (formerly Cal Fire) — SERIES ORDER
Logline: Seeking redemption and a shortened prison sentence, young convict Bode Donovan joins a firefighting program that returns him to his small Northern California hometown, where he and other inmates work alongside elite firefighters to extinguish massive blazes across the region. Inspired by executive producer Max Thieriot’s experiences growing up in northern California fire country.
Cast: Max Thieriot, Billy Burke, Kevin Alejandro, Diane Farr, Jordan Calloway, Stephanie Arcila, Jules Latimer
Team: W/EP Tony Phelan & Joan Rater (Grey’s Anatomy); story/EP Max Thieriot (SEAL Team); EP Jerry Bruckheimer, Jonathan Littman, KristieAnne Reid
Studio: CBS Studios, Jerry Bruckheimer Television
Early Edition — passed over
Logline: A gender-flipped reboot of the former 1996-2000 CBS drama, it follows an ambitious but uncompromising journalist who starts receiving tomorrow’s newspaper today and finds herself in the complicated business of changing the news instead of reporting it.
Cast: Alice Eve, Charles Michael Davis, Jay Ali, Fiona Rene
Team: W/EP Melissa Glenn (Citadel); EP DeVon Franklin, Bob Brush; D/EP Eric Dean Seaton
Studio: Sony Pictures Television, CBS Studios, Affirm TV
East New York — SERIES ORDER
Logline: Regina Haywood is the newly promoted police captain of East New York, an impoverished, working-class neighborhood at the eastern edge of Brooklyn. She leads a diverse group of officers and detectives, some of whom are reluctant to deploy her creative methods of serving and protecting during the midst of social upheaval and the early seeds of gentrification.
Cast: Amanda Warren (Dickinson), Jimmy Smits, Kevin Rankin, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Ruben Santiago Hudson, Richard Kind, Lavel Schley, Olivia Luccardi
Team: W/EP William Finkelstein, Mike Flynn; EP Mike Robin, Christine Holder, Mark Holder
Studio: Warner Bros. Television
The Never Game — rolled off-cycle due to scheduling conflicts
Logline: The Never Game revolves around survivalist Colter Shaw (Justin Hartley, This Is Us), who roams the country as a “reward seeker” and uses his tracking skills to solve mysteries as he contends with his own fractured family.
Cast: Justin Hartley (This Is Us)
Team: W/EP Michael Cooney (Identity); EP Justin Hartley; D/EP Ken Olin (This Is Us)
Studio: 20th Television
True Lies (rolled from last season) — SERIES ORDER
Logline: Shocked to discover that her bland and unremarkable computer consultant husband (Steve Howey) is a skilled international spy, an unfulfilled suburban housewife (Ginger Gonzaga) is propelled into a life of danger and adventure when she’s recruited to work alongside him to save the world as they try to revitalize their passionless marriage. Based on the 1994 James Cameron movie.
Cast: Steve Howey (Shameless), Ginger Gonzaga (Kidding), Omar Miller, Erica Hernandez, Mike O’Gorman
Team: W/EP Matt Nix; EP James Cameron, Mary Viola, Rae Sanchini; EP/D Anthony Hemingway
Studio: 20th Television, Lightstorm Entertainment, Wonderland Sound and Vision, Flying Glass of Milk Productions
So Help Me Todd — SERIES ORDER
Logline: Despite their opposing personalities, a talented but directionless P.I. who is the black sheep of his family begrudgingly agrees to work as the in-house investigator for his overbearing mother, a successful attorney reeling from the recent dissolution of her marriage.
Cast: Marcia Gay Harden (replaced Geena Davis), Skylar Astin, Madeline Wise, Inga Schlingmann, Rosa Arredondo, Tristen J. Winger
Team: W/EP Scott Prendergast (Silicon Valley); EP Phil McGraw, Jay McGraw, Julia Eisenman; EP/showrunners Liz Kruger, Craig Shapiro
Studio: CBS Studios, Stage 29 Productions
Grimsburg — animated straight to series order (for 2023)
Logline: Revolves around Marvin Flute (Jon Hamm), a great detective who can’t crack his own family. Now that he’s back in Grimsburg, a town where everyone has a secret or three, Flute will follow every lead he’s got to redeem himself with the ex-wife he never stopped loving, even if it means hanging out with the son he never bothered to get to know.
Cast: Jon Hamm
Team: W/co-EP Catlan McClelland, Matthew Schlissel; EP Jon Hamm, Gail Berman, Hend Baghdady, Connie Tavel; EP/showrunner Chadd Gindin (The Cleveland Show)
Studio: Fox Entertainment, Bento Box Entertainment
Krapopolis — animated straight to series order (for 2022)
Logline: Set in ancient Greece and follows a family of humans, gods and monsters trying to run one of the world’s first cities.
Cast: Hannah Waddingham, Richard Ayoade, Matt Berry, Pam Murphy, Duncan Trussell
Team: W/EP Dan Harmon; EP/showrunner Jordan Young
Studio: Fox Entertainment, Bento Box Entertainment
Accused — straight to series order
Logline: Based on a BAFTA-winning British show created by Jimmy McGovern, the anthology drama opens in a courtroom with a defendant being accused of a crime, then backtracks to reveal how these people got caught up in the extraordinary situations in which they find themselves. Each season will focus on a different crime.
Cast: Michael Chiklis (pilot only)
Team: W/EP Howard Gordon, Alex Gansa (Homeland), David Shore; EP Glenn Geller, Erin Gunn, Jacob Cohen-Holmes, Sita Williams, Jimmy McGovern, Roxy Spencer; D Marlee Matlin
Studio: Sony Pictures Television, Fox Entertainment
The Last Police — passed over
Logline: The drama follows a small-town police detective (Blu Hunt, New Mutants) who, as an asteroid races toward an apocalyptic collision with Earth, believes she’s been chosen to save humanity. Meanwhile, her cynical partner (Reno Wilson, Good Girls) can’t decide what he’ll enjoy more: her delusional failure or the end of the world itself. Based on Ben Winters’ novel The Last Policeman.
Cast: Blu Hunt, Reno Wilson, Maximiliano Hernandez, Dawnn Lewis, Derek Phillips, Courtney Dietz, Troy Kotsur
Team: W/EP/D Kyle Killen; EP Ben Winters, Scott Pennington
Studio: 20th Television, Fox Entertainment, Chapter Eleven, Anonymous Content
Hungry — passed over
Logline: A group of friends who belong to a food issues support group help one another as they look for love, success and the perfect thing in the fridge that’s going to make it all better.
Demi Lovato, Ariel Winter (Modern Family), Valerie Bertinelli, Anna Akana, Alex Brightman, Ashley Kelly, Jay Klaitz, Rory O’Malley, Christian Magby, Gabriel Iglesias, Ryan McPartlin
Team: W/EP Suzanne Martin (Hot in Cleveland); EP Sean Hayes, Todd Milliner, Demi Lovato, Scooter Braun, Scott Manson, James Shin; D James Burrows
Studio: Universal Television, Hazy Mills, SB Projects
Lopez vs. Lopez — SERIES ORDER
Logline: A working-class family comedy about dysfunction, reconnection and all the pain and joy in between.
Cast: George Lopez, Mayan Lopez
Team: W/EP Debby Wolfe (The Conners, One Day at a Time); EP Bruce Helford (ABC’s George Lopez), George Lopez, Katie Newman, Michael Rotenberg; P Mayan Lopez
Studio: Universal Television, Mohawk Productions, Travieso Productions, Mi Vida Loba, 3 Arts
Untitled Jon Cryer comedy — SERIES ORDER (likely for 2023-24)
Logline: Centers on Jim (Cryer) and Julia (Abigail Spencer) who, after an amicable divorce, decide to continue to raise their two young kids at the family home while taking turns on who gets to stay with them. Navigating the waters of divorce and child-sharing gets hilariously more complicated for Jim when the owner of his favorite sports team (Donald Faison) enters the picture and wins Julia’s heart.
Cast: Jon Cryer, Abigail Spencer, Donald Faison
Team: W/EP Mike O’Malley (Survivor’s Remorse); EP Tom Werner, Wyc Grousbeck, Emilia Fazzalari, George Geyer
Studio: Lionsgate TV
Blank Slate — passed over
Logline: Special Agent Alexander McCoy is a legend in law enforcement, the agent we all hope is out there, the agent we’d all like to be. The only issue is … he doesn’t actually exist. He’s a ghost, a phantom. So what happens when a man claiming to be Alexander McCoy walks through the door with all of his skills and knowledge, but with an agenda nobody will see coming.
Cast: Matt Passmore (The Glades), Floriana Lima (A Million Little Things), Abhi Sinha, Dave Annable
Team: W/EP Dean Georgaris (Bluff City Law); co-creator/EP John Fox (The Blacklist); EP John Davis (The Blacklist); EP/D Richard Shepard
Studio: Universal TV, Georgaris Inc., Davis Entertainment
Found — SERIES ORDER
Logline: In any given year, more than 600,000 people are reported missing in the U.S. More than half that number are people of color that the country seems to forget about. A public relations specialist — who was once herself one of those forgotten ones — and her crisis management team now make sure there is always someone looking out for the forgotten missing people. But unbeknownst to anyone, this everyday hero is hiding a chilling secret of her own.
Cast: Shanola Hampton (Shameless), Brett Dalton, Gabrielle Walsh, Arlen Escarpeta, Karan Oberoi, Kelli Williams, Mark-Paul Gosselaar
Team: W/EP Nkechi Okoro Carroll; EP Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Lindsay Dunn; P Shanola Hampton; EP/D DeMane Davis
Studio: Warner Bros. TV, Berlanti Productions, Rock My Soul Productions
The Irrational (in contention for midseason consideration)
Logline: A world-renowned professor of behavioral science lends his expertise to an array of high-stakes cases involving governments, law enforcement, and corporations with his unique and unexpected approach to understanding human behavior. Based on Dan Ariely’s book Predictably Irrational.
Team: W/EP Arika Mittman (La Brea); EP Sam Baum, Mark Goffman; consultant Dan Ariely
Studio: Universal TV
Quantum Leap — SERIES ORDER
Logline: It’s been 30 years since Dr. Sam Beckett stepped into the Quantum Leap accelerator and vanished. Now a new team has been assembled to restart the project in the hopes of understanding the mysteries behind the machine and the man who created it.
Cast: Raymond Lee (Kevin Can F**k Himself), Ernie Hudson, Caitlin Bassett, Nanrisa Lee, Mason Alexander Park
Team: W/EP Steve Lilien, Bryan Wynbrandt; EP Don Bellisario, Deborah Pratt, Martin Gero; EP/D Helen Shaver
Studio: Universal TV, I Have an Idea Entertainment, Belisarius Productions, Quinn’s House Productions
Unbroken — passed over
Logline: Three dynastic ranch families on the central coast of California make love and war in a passionate struggle to survive, ultimately setting the stage for a group of fiercely determined young women to win big for all at the National Championship of Rodeo.
Cast: Scott Bakula, Cress Williams, Shian Tomlinson, Jacqueline Obradors, Jon Beavers, Ruth Righi, Anna Wood, Olunike Adeliyi, Amanda Payton, Delon de Metz
Team: W/EP Shaun Cassidy (New Amsterdam)
Studio: Universal Television
Untitled Mike Daniels drama (in contention for midseason consideration)
Logline: Based on the Dutch series A’dam – E.V.A., the drama chronicles the love and lives of two complete strangers whose multiple run-ins begin to defy coincidence and lead both to believe in fate. Pairs a serialized, stand-up-and-cheer romantic comedy with the wildly diverse and often unexpected human stories of anyone who finds themselves six degrees from Adam and Eva.
Cast: Ben Rappaport, Alexandra Chando, Peter Gadiot, Kim Matula, Kevin Iannucci, Bethany Brown
Team: W/EP Mike Daniels; EP David Janollari, Rob Golenberg, Alon Aranya, Robert Alberdingk Thijm, Norbert Hall; SP Chris Markey; EP/D Stephanie Laing
Studio: Universal Television, 6107 Productions, David Janollari Entertainment, Silver Linking Entertainment, Willy Waltz International
THE CW DRAMA
Gotham Knights — SERIES ORDER
Logline: In the wake of Bruce Wayne’s murder, his rebellious adopted son forges an unlikely alliance with the children of Batman’s enemies when they are all framed for killing the Caped Crusader. This renegade band of misfits must fight to clear their names. But in a Gotham with no Dark Knight to protect it, the city descends into the most dangerous it’s ever been. However, hope comes from the most unexpected of places as this team of mismatched fugitives will become its next generation of saviors
Cast: Misha Collins, Fallon Smythe, Tyler DiChiara, Oscar Morgan, Olivia Rose Keegan, Navia Robinson, Anna Lore, Rahart Adams
Team: W/EP Chad Fiveash, James Stoteraux (Batwoman); W/co-EP Natalie Abrams (Batwoman); EP Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, David Madden; D/EP Danny Cannon (pilot only)
Studio: Warner Bros. TV, Berlanti Productions
Walker: Independence — SERIES ORDER
Logline: A Walker origin story set in the late 1800s that follows Abby Walker (Katherine McNamara), an affluent Bostonian whose husband is murdered before her eyes while on their journey out West. On her quest for revenge, Abby crosses paths with Hoyt Rawlins (Matt Barr), a lovable rogue in search of purpose. Abby and Hoyt’s journey takes them to Independence, Texas, where they encounter diverse, eclectic residents running from their own troubled pasts and chasing their dreams.
Cast: Matt Barr, Katherine McNamara, Justin Johnson, Greg Hovanessian, Philemon Chambers, Lawrence Kao, Katie Findlay
Team: W/EP Seamus Fahey; story/EP Anna Fricke (Walker); EP Jared Padalecki, Dan Lin, Lindsey Liberatore, Laura Terry; EP/D Larry Teng
Studio: CBS Studios
The Winchesters — SERIES ORDER
Logline: Before Sam and Dean and Supernatural, there was John and Mary. Told from the perspective of narrator Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles), The Winchesters is the epic, untold love story of how John met Mary and how they put it all on the line to not only save their love, but the entire world.
Cast: Jensen Ackles (narrator), Nida Khurshid, Jojo Fleites, Meg Donnelly, Drake Rodger, Demetria McKinney
Team: W/EP Robbie Thompson (Supernatural); EP Jensen Ackles, Danneel Ackles
Studio: Chaos Machine Productions, Warner Bros. Television, CBS Studios
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