Robert Berens

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Berens and actor Curtis Armstrong

Robert Berens joined the Supernatural writing team in season nine, and served as an executive story editor and supervising producer before being promoted to co-executive producer in season 13. He had previously worked on the animated series Kappa Mikey before being hired for the CW series Ringer, which was created by former Supernatural writers/co-executive producers Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder.

In 2017/18 Berens developed the Wayward Sisters series, which aired an embedded pilot in Supernatural's 13th season with 13.10 Wayward Sisters.

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  • On February 15, 2015 Robert was interviewed on Fox Business about the current shortage of Nicorette lozenges. The host referred to Supernatural as the "very well regarded CW show."
  • Co-wrote the song "Bloody Messiah" alongside series composer Jay Gruska for 12.07 Rock Never Dies.

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