Get the First Look at 'Supernatural' Spin-Off 'Wayward Sisters'


Get the First Look at 'Supernatural' Spin-Off 'Wayward Sisters'


One of the photos features new character Kaia (Yadira Guevara-Prip), who looks visibly troubled while sitting next to Claire (Kathryn Love Newton).
A slew of sneak-peek photos at the backdoor pilot of "Supernatural" spin-off series, titled "Wayward Sisters", have found their way out online. The photos, which are released via Entertainment Weekly, give fans a better look at as well as insight into The CW's new series, which will focus on Kim Rhodes' Sheriff Jody Mills.

One of the photos features Sheriff Jody's adopted daughters Alex (Katherine Ramdeen) and Claire (Kathryn Love Newton) as well as Sherrif Donna (Briana Buckmaster). The trio can be seen standing near a car. Meanwhile, another photo sees Claire sitting beside new character Kaia (Yadira Guevara-Prip), who looks visibly troubled over something.

Kaia will be introduced in the new series' backdoor pilot in the tenth episode of season 13 of "Supernatural". Nothing much is known about the character except that she, like Claire and Alex, was orphaned due to a supernatural tragedy.

Also featured in the first-look photos are the flagship series' characters Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles). They are poised to fight against evil creatures that lurk in the backdoor pilot of the "Supernatural" spin-off which sees Claire returning home to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where Jody and Alex are waiting.



Some photos tease that the upcoming series will most likely be packed with some action scenes as Patience (Clark Backo) and Alex are seen holding firearms. Furthermore, Alex doesn't hesitate to point her gun at someone/something off screen. Another photo sees that the two are joined by Jody and Donna who also arm themselves with guns.

"Wayward Sisters" centers on Sheriff Jody Mills (Kim) and "a group of troubled young women, all of them orphaned by supernatural tragedy. Under Mills' training and protection, the women will emerge as a supreme monster-fighting force." Andrew Dabb and Robert Singer serve as executive producers for the backdoor pilot alongside Phil Sgriccia and Robert Berens. Dabb and Berems also provide the script.

The backdoor pilot for "Wayward Sisters" will air on Thursday, January 18 on The CW.


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