We have some new spoilers devoted to tomorrow’s episode.
EW released a new exclusive clip.
The Mary Sue covered the episode in Carry On, Wayward Daughters: Is Supernatural Turning the Focus on Women?.
The show also tried unsuccessfully (so far) to launch a spin-off, but fans didn’t respond strongly to the season nine attempt at a back door pilot “Bloodlines.” However the episode that aired before “Bloodlines,” “Alex Annie Alexis Ann,” which told an unexpected and dynamic story almost solely focused on women, may have sowed the seeds instead by allowing Jody Mills to become a hero and surrogate mother to Alex. In the season ten episode “Angel Heart” when Sam and Dean put Claire Novak in a taxi to join Jody and Alex, the fans immediately saw a perfect opportunity for the show to possibly solve the pair of problems. As soon as the episode ended, Twitter and Tumblr were calling for a “Wayward Daughters” spin-off. Within days of the airing of “Angel Heart,” fans Riley Keshner and Betty Days were spear-heading an internet Wayward Daughters campaign which included fan art, a Change.org petition for a spin-off, an official logo, and even a Latin motto.
Will this spin off come about? It’s too early to tell but the article notes
Producers and writers of the show have been tweeting with the #WaywardDaughters hashtag though, and are aware of the demand and passion of the fans. The actors are thrilled as well. What remains to be seen of course is if “Don’t You Forget About Me” is what fans have hoped for. Although Ramdeen wasn’t going to spoil anything, she did note that “the Supernatural Fandom is a force to be reckoned with, and I know that the show is well aware of the frenzy in the fans for this kind of content. I think everyone is going to love this episode, not only because of the Jody-Alex-Claire dynamic and screen-time, but also because it is simply beautifully written, shot, acted, directed!”
The desire for a Wayward Daughters Academy has sparked a Thunderclap campaign. to promote #WaywardDaughters on Twitter tomorrow.
What is Thunderclap?
Thunderclap is the first crowd-speaking platform that helps people be heard by saying something together.
How does it work?
If you reach your supporter goal, Thunderclap will blast out a timed Twitter, Facebook, or Tumblr post from all your supporters, creating a wave of attention.
Interested? Just go to the Wayward Daughters Thunderclap page, add your Twitter account and tomorrow, when the show starts you will be part of an email blast. Even if you don’t care about the spin off, this campaign can help boost Supernatural’s Nielsen Twitter ratings. At the very least, it may convince Supernatural to not kill off Jody!