Jensen, a beer and an earthquake!
The CW published its schedule for January 2021.
8 PM: Batwoman
9 PM: Charmed (new time slot)

8 PM: All American
9 PM: Black Lightning

8 PM: The Flash
9 PM: Superman & Lois (new drama)

8 PM: Riverdale
9 PM: Nancy Drew

8 PM: Walker (new drama)
9 PM: Legacies

8 PM: Penn & Teller: Fool Us (new time slot)
9 PM: Whose Line Is It Anyway? (new time slot)
9:30 PM: Whose Line Is It Anyway? encores

S16 Fall 2020 Schedule

They also shared the new "season 16" (or 15 part 2) promotional pic:
The COVID-19 crisis is changing many things, including how we attend conventions. Below the cut are upcoming virtual panels and dates for conventions that have been rescheduled.
This week's present from the wonderful Shaving People, Punting Things
Today marks the release of another milestone #SPNFamily book, with a title near and dear to all our fan hearts, "There'll Be Peace When You Are Done."  The book features contributions from both SPN actors and fans sharing the impact that "Supernatural" has on their lives.  It is edited by uber fan Dr. Lynn Zubernis, who has written numerous well known books and journals about "Supernatural" and founded the Fangasm website.    It is the follow-up to "Family Don't End in Blood," the very popular book that featured a chapter from our own Nightsky.  

On Wednesday, May 6th at 9pm EST, 6pm PST there is a big virtual Book Launch Party planned on YouTube.  
Shaving People, Punting Things is determined to make this crisis bearable. Here is their latest contribution to that cause
The crew just keeps on giving back to fandom
The Supernatural crew keeps on giving back to fandom!
Shaving People, Punting Things is helping us get through the Supernatural Hellatus.
Thanks so much to everyone who is working to bring us joy!
The coronavirus pandemic has claimed another victim.  The organizers of San Diego Comic Con, the largest fan convention in North America, have decided to cancel this year's event, which was supposed to take place July 23-26.  

The decision is not at all surprising and was deemed by many to be inevitable.  California has been restricting all large scale events, and the hopes of such restrictions being scaled back by July were dashed by California Governor Gavin Newsom a few days ago when he said, “...large-scale events that bring in hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands of strangers, all together across every conceivable difference, health and otherwise, is not in the cards based upon our current guidelines and current expectations.”  That all about sealed Comic Con's fate, which brings in between attendees, exhibitors, press and participants about 200,000 people to the San Diego Convention Center, not to mention the 100000+ that are not ticket holders that come for the events in nearby venues.  

Comic Con has been near and dear to our hearts here at the Winchester Family Business.  I personally have attended all but one Comic Con as a member of the press since "Supernatural" season four ended and have seen "Supernatural" move from a smaller, almost forgotten about panel to a marquee event in the coveted Hall H.  Nightsky has joined me the last few years and our experiences with the fans, actors, and writers have always been amazing.  Last year was SPN's farewell, but some had held out hope that they would return this year when the final season was disrupted because of the pandemic, moving the final seven episodes potentially to this fall.   This cancellation is no doubt devastating to those independent artists that rely on the event to promote their projects and the vendors that sell merchandise, as well at the studios that use it as a spring board for upcoming TV shows and movies.  

This is the first time in the 50 year history that Comic Con has had to cancel.  Postponing was not an option given the uncertainty of a timeline.  They have also cancelled Wonder Con, which was initially postponed from last week.  Ticket holders have an option of either getting a refund or transferring their badges to next year.  Anyone who put down hotel deposits through the organizers of the convention will get those back as well.  

San Diego Comic Con will resume next year on July 22-25, 2021.