‘Supernatural’ Star Jensen Ackles Signs Overall Deal With Warner Bros. TV
The Warner Bros. TV Group has signed “Supernatural” star Jensen Ackles for a multi-year contract and his newly founded production company Chaos Machine.
Ackles will work with his wife and actress Danneel to develop original TV content for streaming, cable and broadcast platforms. The two have hired former DC creative manager Renee Reiff as head of development.
The terms of the contract were not disclosed. Warner Bros. is the studio behind "Supernatural".
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The news of the deal comes before "Supernatural" returns to The CW on Thursday night, where it will begin its seven episodes goodbye. The series completion was delayed due to production shutdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic. Ackles has starred in the series throughout the long run, while Danneel has played a recurring role for the past three seasons. She is better known for her lead role in "One Tree Hill".
“Warner Bros. has been my home for nearly two decades. The relationships I've built there are some of the best and most supportive I've hoped for in this industry, ”said the Ackles. "Danneel and I are very excited about the opportunity to continue growing as an artist and now as a producer under the guidance and direction of Peter Roth and the entire WBTV team."
Jensen Ackles will join the cast of "The Boys" as Soldier Boy next season.
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