Sera Gamble
We love the fans. That's the thing about writing on a genre show. I'm a genre fan. I will boldly admit to being a life-long Trekkie. I was born and bred on the cheesy rock [set] and William Shatner. So I am well aware of what it is to be part of a fandom. And fandom is defined by meticulous care and really giving a shit and having strong opinions and arguing. It's a community with opinions. If they were in a room they'd be fist-fighting some of the time. You know, the Sam-girls and the Dean-girls would be like pulling each other's hair, some of them! That goes with the territory, and it's also immensely rewarding because they're giving a shit and they're paying attention.
— Sera Gamble

Sera Gamble was a writer and executive story editor for Supernatural. Beginning with season three, she also became a producer with a promotion to supervising in season four and executive producer in season five. In season six and seven, she took over as showrunner following Kripke's departure.

There is an over-arching storyline. Eric, Bob and I, and also Ben Edlund started talking about Season 6, very early in Season 5, and we talked about how to lay all the ideas in that we had. Season 5 is the apocalypse, so Season 6 deals with the post-apocalypse. We were very aware that we had gone as big and epic as we could go, so we didn't want to just slot in another big bad. We didn't want to deal with a new story in that way because it would feel like a cheat. I don't think you can go bigger than Lucifer and excite people.
— Sera Gamble on Season 6

At the end of season seven, Gamble decided to leave Supernatural to focus on new projects, and left the seat of showrunner to Jeremy Carver.


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