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July 24, 2009

Living secures Supernatural after ITV2 drops show


by David Allen

To most viewers it would seem that the creepy drama series Supernatural was a success for ITV2, yet after four successful series the digital channel has decided to drop it from its schedules.

This is good news for the Living as the channel has been able to pick the show up for series five.

This fits in well with the channel’s other programming in the same genre.

Series five of Supernatural is currently in production and will be aired during the autumn.

The series will be shown in the UK some time later on Living and a second run will be shown on Living’s sister channel, Virgin 1.

The deal is believed to be part of a larger agreement with the show’s makers Warner Bros.

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