'Supernatural' to become more intimate?
Supernatural showrunner Sera Gamble has claimed that the programme could become more "intimate".Gamble admitted that it will be difficult to follow the fifth season, which has centred around Lucifer and the apocalypse. "Every season of the show is creatively daunting," she told BuddyTV.
"There are certain things that are daunting about going into the season after Lucifer but you just don't try to top it. Why would you ever go bigger than Lucifer? You just turn left and go a whole other direction and Supernatural is such a solid foundation of a show." She continued: "It's never really been about God and the angels and demons. It's a show about Sam and Dean and what they do as a job and it's about their family. So we can take them in a lot of different directions."
Gamble also suggested that the programme will focus more on the brothers' relationship in the future.
She explained: "Supernatural has always been a very self-imposed, repeatable franchise and there has always been, I think, a very deep well to jump into the boys' relationship. I don't think we've really exhausted that at all and we have a lot of ideas for where to go after season five that we're really excited about. It's kind of like in the movies. The heroes save the day and then just drive off into the sunset right after the climax of the movie. And we have the opportunity to go from the epic back to a more intimate story, which I think is probably what we would do if we got the opportunity. And then sort of investigate a whole different set of situations."