Are these Twitter accounts signs CW pilots have been picked up?

Supernatural -- Photo: Dean Buscher/The CW -- Acquired via CW TV PR
Supernatural -- Photo: Dean Buscher/The CW -- Acquired via CW TV PR /

Eagle-eyed fans of certain CW pilots have spotted Twitter accounts. Are these accounts signs of the pilots that are getting ordered to series?

Out of all the networks, The CW is still to decide on the fates of its pilots. However, it’s also the only network with only one current show left with an open-ended fate. With the Upfronts booked for May 17, the network will need to make all its decisions soon and some eagle-eyed fans have spotted Twitter accounts that could hint at the CW pilots being ordered to series.

Shortly after Supernatural aired its penultimate episode of Season 13, fans spotted a new Wayward Sisters Twitter account. It’s private at the moment but is linked to The interesting part of the account is that it joined Twitter in June 2017, which was around the time the show was picked up for a backdoor pilot. However, it’s only now that it’s become available.

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Then other CW accounts were spotted. So far, the Charmed reboot, Roswell New Mexico (the Roswell reboot), In the Dark, and The End of the World as We Know It have had Twitter accounts opened. Most “joined” in 2018, except the Charmed reboot, which joined in January 2017. This was around the time the initial reboot idea was released and the pilot quickly scrapped.

Another Twitter account has also appeared for a show called Legacies. This could be the spin-off for The Originals, focused on Hope Mikaelson. It would certainly make sense since there was plenty of hype around the series and Hope has already gained a strong following.

So far, no accounts for other CW pilots have been opened. Dead InsidePlaying DeadSpencer, and Skinny Dip were other pilots ordered. While they likely have private Twitter accounts made, The CW hasn’t decided to open them (even with protected tweets status).

With all this in mind, it looks like The CW has unofficially confirmed the pilots that have been ordered to series. Six shows are certainly doable with opening to Sundays as a primetime night. Life Sentence and Valor being canceled meant there were six slots available for pilots throughout the course of the next season. It looks like we have our six:

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Do you think the Twitter accounts are a sign of pilots being ordered to series? Which ones are you most excited about? Which pilots would you have liked seeing that haven’t seemed to make the cut? Share in the comments below.

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