The new Supernatural showrunner Jeremy Carver is full of energy and would like the Winchester brothers to bring a new mythology back on track. In addition, he held constructive criticism of the seventh season.
In seasons 3-5, the writer Jeremy Carver secured with episodes like "A Very Supernatural Christmas" (3x08), "Mystery Spot" (3x11), "In the Beginning" (4x03) and "Changing Channels" (5x08) a regular place in the hearts of "Supernatural" fans. At the end of the fifth season, but left it in conjunction with series creator Eric Kripke, the The CW Mystery Series, when they beat, different paths: Currently Kripke is working on the NBC action series "revolution", whereas it Carver time to 'Being Human' breath away.
Although Carver about the job you have done, the executive producer Sera Gamble and Robert Singer in the last two seasons, was very happy, he remarked during the casting for Season 6 and 7, it still lacked something. "One thing that bothered me during the seventh season, was that the show was a bit buried in their mythology," he said of the year by Dick novel (James Patrick Stuart) attempted a takeover of the leviathans of the world's population to enforce. "It was a bit difficult to tell exactly what happened at certain moments. The long-time fans deserve a complex plot, but it seemed to me troublesome. "
Carver hopes to lure the audience at the beginning of the eighth season with the familiar, like a flashback, the extent of the long-term and later, but will also inspire new fans alike. "Our mythology again be set at zero, was an idea that I tried on (the series) to apply," he said.
What Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) is concerned, he tried the brothers who were separated in the seventh season finale of Dean's disappearance into purgatory to make, more grown up. As Sam is known to give up the demon hunting to a normal life, to give a new opportunity, which gives him a new romance.
"A part of this season will deal with the fact that they not only spent several years together, they are in some way actually become adults," said Carver. "It is one thing, the first year with your brother to get into the car, but eight years later, they become more mature and adult. Both of you will change you and trying to figure out who you are. Wait for these guys this year a lot of explanations of this kind "
Kripke says "Supernatural" will continue in an advisory capacity and is confident that the series is in good hands at Carver. "I love the fact that Jeremy is back", said Kripke. "He learned the family business, was then and is now back - just like Sam! We are pleased to have him back. You obviously do all the work, and I rejoice them mostly as a very proud parent from the sidelines to out. "