There is no sign that the famous TV series produced by CW will be stopping anytime soon. In fact, "Supernatural" has just been confirmed for the 14th season. With this announcement, the show has solidified its spot on the list of the top 20 longest-running television shows in the United States. Reports by Deadline and Comic Book provided all the details used in this article.

The announcement came with the renewal of the rest of CW's TV series line-up, which is listed below.

  • "The Flash" renewed for the fifth season.
  • "Arrow" renewed for its seventh season.
  • "Supergirl" renewed for its fourth season.
  • "Legends of Tomorrow" renewed for the fourth season.
  • "Riverdale" renewed for its third season.
  • "Jane the Virgin" on its fifth season.
  • "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" on its fourth season.
  • "Black Lightning" on its second season.

'Supernatural' cast taking to Twitter to thank fans

Lead actors Jared Padalecki, who plays Sam Winchester, and Misha Collins, who plays the angel Castiel, took to Twitter to thank fans for their support, which led to the renewal of the television series.

The "Supernatural" show's initial premise was the Winchester brothers hunting monsters and ghosts plaguing people's lives all across the United States. This developed into Bible-based and history-based story-lines, which is why angels like Castiel, Michael, and Metatron were drawn in, as well as demons like Crowley and the Devil itself, Lucifer.

'Supernatural' crossover with 'Scooby Doo'

The most popular episode in "Supernatural's" 13th season was "Scoobynatural," which was a crossover between "SPN" and the famous cartoon show of the 90s, "Scooby Doo." The main actors were turned into "Scooby Doo" characters, meeting their favorite cartoon heroes in the process.

"Scooby Doo" was a 90s horror-comedy cartoon which almost always leads to the team called the Mystery Machine solving weird crimes.

Since "Supernatural" has touched almost everything related to, well, The Supernatural, it is a small wonder that the TV series was able to transcend this genre. Misha Collins expressed on his Twitter account how being drawn as a cartoon character was surreal. He mused that this is something that his seven-year-old self could not imagine would happen.

"SPN" has been known to reference and even mention in their dialogue other TV shows currently and previously running, such as "Game of Thrones," so a crossover with another show has always been anticipated. The three lead actors are Jensen Ackles (who plays Dean Winchester), Jared, and Misha, and they also gave away a signed copy of the "Scoobynatural" episode during a raffle. The proceeds were given to Random Acts Org daycare, with the money funding one year of Free High School.