'Supernatural' spinoff casts Danielle Savre, Stephen Martines in 'Supernatural: Tribes' lead roles

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"Supernatural: Tribes" keeps getting better and better.

The "Supernatural" spinoff pilot just added another two faces to its cast on Thursday (Feb. 27). Danielle Savre and Stephen Martines nabbed two lead roles, Deadline reports.

"Supernatural: Tribes" is about the various monster families that rule the dark monster world of Chicago. The families are being tracked by a new hunter, Ennis, who's trying to stop them and rid Chicago of all things supernatural, spurred by a personal tragedy that propelled him to learn the truth about monsters and hunting.

Savre will take on the role of Margo, the acting head of the leading shapeshifter family. Margo is an ex-punk rocker-turned-corporate professional who feels threatened only by the return of her prodigal brother David ("The Vampire Diaries" Nathaniel Buzolic) to the family.

Martines, another "TVD" alum, plays Detective Freddie Costa, a world-weary Chicago cop who serves as a mentor to Ennis ("Skins" Lucien Laviscount) but harbors a dark secret: He is also secretly on the payroll of one of the powerful monster families.

Savre and Martines join the previously announced cast of Buzolic, Laviscount, and yet another "TVD" alum, Sean Faris -- who will take on the lead werewolf role, Julian Durant. Meet the rest of the characters here.

Episode 20 of this season of "Supernatural" will serve as the spinoff's backdoor pilot, airing Tuesday, April 29. What do you think of the rapidly growing cast of the potential new series?

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