As we all should know by now, Supernatural will soon be entering that elite of TV shows: the one that spawned a spin-off. Yes it will soon join the illustrious ranks filled with the likes of Star Trek, Stargate, Once Upon a Time, and Happy Days. So while we wait to see what the show runners have in store for us, let’s take this moment to raid the writers’ room* and see all the shows they rejected.
Jared Padalecki’s & Jensen Ackles’ kids learn to hunt at the same time they master walking in… Supernatural Babies.
Struggling against a secret society of Nazis and trying to live a normal life, Aaron Bass constructs a dozen golems to help him out in this fall’s, Mud Men.
Only partially redeemed, Crowley finds himself stuck with half a soul, making him the first choice for CW’s relaunch of Let’s Make a Deal.
DJ Qualls stars as a bookish hunter who, after being caught in a fire, must now wear a cybernetic suit and breathing apparatus in Garth Vader.
A down-on-his luck CW executive finds abandoned notes and decides to see what he can use in the new sketch show, the Sera Gamble Chronicles.
Now that the Leviathans have been defeated, the last alpha decides to try a quieter life tending cattle in this fall’s The Vampire Dairy.
She wasn’t killed, but rather Michael sent her through time. This fall Julie McNiven stars as an angel trapped and trying to survive on a farm in the 1900s in Anna of Green Gables. (this one actually got endorsed by a retweet from McNiven herself).
Fanatical fans seek out their favorite books, hidden by the author Carver Edlund as a promotional stunt in Game of Tomes.
Her life was never the same after that student film. Now Kate tries to make it big in Hollywood, but her efforts might land her in the zoo instead. Find out what happens next in Pretty Little Lycanthrope.
They didn’t ask to save the world, but they’re going to. No matter how much you may hate them. No matter how much you ostracize them. They can take it and will do what needs to be done. Those Men of Scarlet Letters.
He was just a cranky old fellow that wanted to run his junkyard in peace, but he needed a new tow truck. So he bought one he could afford, only to find out that was sentient! Catch the wacky hijinks between Jim Beaver and Larry, the Cable Guy starring in, Bobby’s Cars.
They were two brothers that both left home to find a new way. Now they travel along the roads of America, stopping at the shops of their interests while they try to figure out life. You won’t have a dry eye during Metatron’s and Gabriel’s Books, Bakeries & Beyond.
Lilith didn’t kill Victor Henricksen, she just made him angry. But he’s going to need a little help to make it in the hunter life. Help Garth can provide. It’s like the odd couple with guns in this fall’s Salt, Pepper and Other Stuff we Shoot
One word: MANDROID!
Be sure to leave other ideas in the comments. Best ones win “high praise!”
*and by that I mean, compile the tweets I made one day while I was bored. At least this time I get to use more than 140 characters.