Get ready, "Supernatural" fans. The show's November 18th episode, "How to Win Friends and Influence Monsters", is written by Ben Edlund, which of course means we're in for a twisted treat. It has something to do with the Jersey Devil, and no, we don't mean Snooki.
Just in case you weren't fired up enough for Episode 2 of Season 7 of "Supernatural" this coming Friday, September 30th, we have a clip to go along with the teaser trailer provided by The CW already. Apparently Sam is seeing two Deans - we certainly wouldn't complain about that!
"Supernatural" Season 7 picks up immediately after the events that ended Season 6, and to say the show is off and running would be a bit of an understatement. There wasn't a single bump in the road during last night's season premiere, and we couldn't have been happier to see lots of returning faces. Check out this promo for next week's episode, "Hello, Cruel World", and let us know what you think of the events that have transpired thus far.
We still have two loooong days to wait for the Season 7 premiere of "Supernatural", but The CW has kindly provided us with a gallery's worth of images from Episode 7.02, "Hello, Cruel World", to tide us over in the meantime. Something tells us Castiel's stint as the new God isn't going so well.
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Supernatural Roundtable Coverage with Jim Beaver, Ben Edlund, Jared Padalecki, and Sera Gamble
While even the best TV shows lose steam over time, "Supernatural" has been enjoying a long, healthy stride and shows no signs of slowing down. At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, series stars Jared Padalecki and Jim Beaver, along with writers Sera Gamble and Ben Edlund, sat down with Dread Central to talk up Season 7, which just started filming this month.
There's spoiler-ish news from the Supernatural Comic-Con roundtable that we're bringing your way this afternoon. Nothing that's going to outright spoil the surprises the next season has in store for its fans, but some interesting tidbits nonetheless.
The CW provided another treat for "Supernatural" fans in the form of a video preview for Episode 20, "The Man Who Would Be King", narrated by showrunner/executive producer Sera Gamble. Prepare for all hell to break loose this week! Episode 20 "The Man Who Would Be King" Synopsis: (5/6/11 Air Date)
Fans of The CW's "Supernatural" were treated to a bit of a twist ending last week concerning the angel Castiel and one of the show's favorite characters whom everyone thought was dead. But then again, when has "dead" ever really meant "dead" on that show? Here are a preview and a clip that might shed some light on things from the upcoming "The Man Who Would Be King".
Throughout this entire Season Six of "Supernatural", we've had the nagging feeling that Castiel is keeping something from the Winchesters.
During this entire Season Six of "Supernatural", we've been hearing about the war in Heaven, but details have been scarce. Now, finally, in Episode 20, entitled "The Man Who Would Be King", Castiel reveals a few clues as to what's really going on. Read on for a synopsis of the ep provided by The CW.
"Supernatural" may be gone (yes, it's on hiatus again!) until April 15th, but that doesn't mean it's forgotten. To help fill the time, we have video of the full "Supernatural" panel at Paleyfest 2011 along with a few pretty cool details from the upcoming Episode 17, "My Heart Will Go On", which sees the return of two beloved female characters.
This year's Paleyfest wound down with a huge tribute to "Supernatural" (the most badass thing horror fans *aren't* watching. That's right, I'm talking to YOU). As always, the female fans outnumbered the males 500/1 and shrieked non-stop as Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, Jim Beaver, writers Ben Edlund and Sera Gamble, and creator Eric Kripke took the stage.
We've been looking forward to this week's episode of "Supernatural", a self-referential look at Sam and Dean Winchester portraying series stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles entitled "The French Mistake", since we first heard about it. As the previews and clips roll in, it's looking like we're in for a major treat. Check 'em out and see for yourself!
Just a few hours after we posted a big batch of stills from the upcoming "meta" episode of "Supernatural" in which Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles portray both Sam and Dean Winchester AND themselves, a preview clip for "The French Mistake" surfaced online; and of course we have it for you right here!
We should celebrate our dead Presidents more often it seems! Just in time for the long President's Day weekend, The CW sent over an assortment of stills from the upcoming "Supernatural" episode "The French Mistake", wherein the Winchesters break the fourth wall, along with "And Then There Were None", in which Samuel and Bobby finally square off. Dig 'em!