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What if The Darkness looks different to everyone? What if it manifests itself as everyone’s worst fear to tactically manipulate them?

Sam sees it as a group of terrifying clowns

Dean sees the dark, twisted versions of both Sam and Cas that he’s seen before

And when Cas finally meets The Darkness he sees Dean Winchester staring at him with indifferent eyes saying, “I don’t need you.”

SPN Spinoff Pitch: Wayward Daughters

Dear thecwtv and thecwspn,

By now, you’ve hopefully heard of Wayward Daughters: a fan-supported concept for a spinoff from Supernatural, ideally starring adults Jody Mills (Kim Rhodes) and Donna Hanscum (Briana Buckmaster), and the teenage girls in Jody’s care, Claire Novak (Kathryn Newton) and Alex Jones (Katherine Ramdeen). It’s a concept with a lot of traction in the predominantly female Supernatural fanbase, not only because it capitalises on a compelling setup that’s already established in canon, but because it perfectly embodies one of the most prominent themes of Supernatural - the idea that, to quote Bobby Singer, ‘Family don’t end with blood’ - and applies it to a complex group of women, each of whom has her own unique history with the world of angels, demons and hunting. 

With Supernatural now approaching its eleventh season, we’re at an optimal point for The CW to consider new spinoff concepts, and given how poorly the backdoor pilot for Supernatural: Bloodlines was received, it should carry some weight that Wayward Daughters already has support within the fandom. Just as importantly, however, it’s also an excellent fit with The CW as a network, both in terms of your target audience and existing lineup. Given the success of shows like iZombie, The 100 and The Vampire Diaries, it’s clear there’s an eager audience for female-driven fantasy programming. Not only would Wayward Daughters capitalise on the existing Supernatural fanbase, but it would arguably increase Supernatural’s own audience in much the same way that the 2005 reboot of Doctor Who attracted established fans of the franchise while simultaneously serving as an entry point for newcomers. 

Just as importantly, it would also contribute to the continuation of the #SPNfamily, not only in terms of constituting a powerful, positive engagement with Supernatural’s fans, but by securing the legacy of a beloved, popular show. After ten years on the air together, the cast and crew of Supernatural have become close enough to embark on a multitude of different projects in partnership with one another, many of which relate directly to Supernatural itself, and which have arguably lead to increased fan engagement. Kevin’s Continued Winchester Gospels, created by Osric Chau, is one example of this; as, indeed, is the affectionate Supernatural parody recently produced by the hillywoodshow - in which almost every key Supernatural actor participated to some degree - as well as the forthcoming Kings of Con series, produced by Rob Benedict and Richard Speight Jr, which was successfully crowdfunded to 280% of its initial goals.

Not only does this demonstrate the Supernatural family’s capacity to support its members in both fannish and professional endeavours, but it also proves that the fanbase is not only willing to adapt to new modes of storytelling, but is keen to endorse their creation. The level of respectful, positive engagement between the actors and writers of Supernatural and the fanbase is, if not unprecedented, then certainly remarkable, and is therefore materially relevant to the concept of Wayward Daughters. 

Throughout its decade on air, the criticism most consistently levelled at Supernatural has concerned the show’s treatment of women: not because it has ever lacked for compelling female characters, but because the slash-and-burn nature of the early seasons in particular, coupled with the tight narrative focus on the Winchester brothers, has frequently left their full potential unexplored. A female-centric spinoff would not only help to redress this historic imbalance, but would perfectly compliment the original show without compromising fan investment in the franchise. 

Similarly, and to address the specific network fear that a successful TV show in any genre can’t be headlined by a woman in her forties, which was at one time raised as a concern about Kim Rhodes, the recent critical success of shows like How to Get Away With MurderHappy Valley and The Killing - starring, respectively, Viola Davis, Sarah Lancashire and Sofie Gråbøl - would seem to suggest otherwise; as, for that matter, does Gillian Anderson’s recent casting in the forthcoming X-Files Revival. The related fear that a show aimed primarily at a younger audience might suffer for having an “older” woman in such a prominent role is further mitigated in the case of Wayward Daughters by the presence of multiple younger cast members in positions of equal prominence. One need only look at other successful shows with similar multi-age dynamics among its female cast members - such as the role of Abbie Griffin (Paige Turco) in The 100 - to see that this need not be a barrier.             

As of Season 10 of Supernatural, Sheriff Jody Mills is introducing Sheriff Donna Hanscum to the world of hunting while fostering two very different teenage girls, both of whom have been orphaned by a combination of monsters and magic. In addition to this quartet, the Supernatural universe boasts a number of other female characters - such as Krissy Chambers (Madison McLaughlin), Josephine Barnes (Megan Danso), Linda Tran (Lauren Tom) and werewolf Kate (Brit Sheridan) - who could easily fit within the framework of Wayward Daughters, either as season regulars or cameo appearances, in a way that both serves as homage to the original show without requiring new viewers to have watched it.

Whether as a one-off webseries or as an ongoing show in its own right, it’s clear that Wayward Daughters has enormous potential as a concept, and I sincerely hope that both The CW and the creators of Supernatural consider making it a reality.                                      

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Dean x Reader One Shot

Title: Speed Reading

Summary: Imagine Dean asking you to come back to bed.

Word Count: 1,829

You’d been reading for around an hour when he finally woke up; you were surprised, in all honesty, he was usually such a light sleeper.  But no, you’d managed to untangle yourself from him, roll out of bed, walk into the library and pick out a book, then come back into his room (significantly warmer than the library since he got the space heater) and collapse onto the ground, small penlight in hand while you read through some lore.

You were leaning against the wall, your back pressed hard against it, and you felt the coolness even through the sweatshirt you threw on prior to heading into the library.  Knees tucked up and penlight pressed hard against the book, your eyes glided from page to page, your ability to speed-read especially handy since this case had everyone stumped and there were so many books to go through.  It must have been somewhere around three in the morning when you left the room so it wasn’t much of a surprise that both of the Winchesters were still sleeping; Dean’s breathing was still heavy as you got to the last page of the second book you’d started since waking, you could still hear the way his breathing caught as he inhaled, could see the blankets rise and fall through the shadows, and while you were on the opposite side of the bed than the one he was laying on, you could imagine his face while he slept.

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Imagine meeting the Winchesters,fellow hunters,through your uncle Bobby.

Bobby:’’Boys,there’s someone i want you to meet.Boys,this is my niece,(Y/N).(Y/N),these are the Winchesters.’’

Sam:’’It’s nice to meet you,(Y/N).I’m Sam.“

Dean:’’The name’s Dean,sweetheart.”

(Y/N):’’Sweetheart?’’

‘’Darling?’’

Broken Hearts

Title: Broken Hearts

Pairing: Reader x Dean

Word Count: 3,403

Theme Song: Talking Body – Tove Lo

Request: Morning after at the bunker with a Dean and the reader is sore and it hurts to sit and Dean tries to make her feel better but he’s also proud of himself

Hello, love your work!! Can you do a Dean x reader where she is undercover as a stripper and has to give Dean a lap dance and later ends with smut. Maybe deans POV?

Warning: **Sex Scene, NSFW, Smut**

A/N: This is my first smut don’t hate me

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Imagine: Meeting the ghostfacers while you are hunting with Sam and Dean. [x]

Y/N: Who are they? 
Sam: *sighs* The ghostfacers…
Y/N: Ghost what-ers?
Dean: They’re some amiture ghost hunting whimps who always get in our wayof our hunts.
Sam: I’m surprised they haven’t got themselves killed yet.
Ed: Well, well, well if it isn’t the Winchesters. And their friend?
Harry: Their incredibly attractive friend.
Y/N: *scoffs* You were right Dean, total crap shoots. 

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Imagine being the Winchesters sister.

(Y/N):’’Jealous?’’

Dean:’’Kids these days,Sammy.You compliment them once and this happens.“

(Y/N):’’Bitch.’’

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Best Quality : 1080p
Song : Say Something (I’m Giving Up On You)
Artist: A Great Big World Featuring Christina Aguilera
Show/Movie: Supernatural & If I stay
Warnings: Suggestive Themes, Violence, Spoilers.

Summary: Castiel is in a terrible car accident that leaves him in a coma, his chances of waking up is slim to none. His spirit is force to posses a young woman to prevent his own death.