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Supernatural finally returns to the airwaves tonight with Episode 15, "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid", but we know what rabid fans the show has and how they are always looking ahead to what's in store for them during the rest of the season. So today we have a look at some photos from Episode 16, "Dark Side of the Moon", along with brief synopses of both that ep and #17, "99 Problems".
Supernatural will be tackling the zombie theme when it returns to The CW next week on March 25th with an episode entitled "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid", and we've got a look at three sneak peeks for those of you have been jonesing for the Winchesters during their long winter hiatus.
They still haven't returned from their winter hiatus yet -- that's happening next week on March 25th -- but we've already gotten the word on when we'll be seeing the season finales of The CW's popular The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural as well as a few choice teasers about what to expect in Supernatural's 100th episode, which airs April 15th.
Yet another hot chick has joined the cast of The Vampire Diaries to help keep those Salvatore brothers' blood boiling. This time its Spencer Locke, who has some decent horror cred thanks to her role in the upcoming Resident Evil: Afterlife.
It's easy to dismiss the CW's "Supernatural" as lame pretty-boy horror, but to do so would be an injustice. The fact is that the show is pumping out some serious, well written horror every week -- better than just about anybody on TV right now. We've gotten our hands on some news about the coming episodes including a preview of Episode 15, which airs on March 25th.
I'm not sure how we missed this story the other day, but in any event, one of Hollywood's busiest actors, David Anders, has joined the cast of The Vampire Diaries for a multi-episode arc.
Considering that he's always had a five-year plan for his Supernatural TV series, it's not a real surprise that, hot on the heels of the announcement that the CW Network has renewed the show for another season, comes word that Eric Kripke will be stepping down as showrunner. Poised to take his place is Executive Producer Sera Gamble, who has been with the show since Season One.
And there was much rejoicing in the Dread Central offices today as it was announced by the CW Television Network that both Eric Kripke's Supernatural and Kevin Williamson's The Vampire Diaries have received full-season renewals.
In what seems to be a new regular feature for fans of the CW's The Vampire Diaries, Executive Producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec have once again recorded a video intro to the upcoming episode of the show, entitled "Fool Me Once".
As a clever nod to star Jensen Ackles's recent theatrical foray, this week's episode of Supernatural is entitled "My Bloody Valentine". But the similarities are in name only as the plot description reveals something quite different is in store for the Winchester brothers ... as the three webclips we've uncovered will bear out.
Yet another teenage based tale of terror is coming to the CW television network, and we're starting to wonder ... doesn't scary shit happen to adults anymore? Or maybe we're just a little wiser and don't find ourselves in the stupid situations that today's youth do. One thing's for certain ... we won't be banging any sparkling vampires any time soon, that's for sure.
Once again The Vampire Diaries' Executive Producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec have recorded a video intro to the upcoming episode of the show, entitled "Children of the Damned", in which we meet the Salvatore boys' papa Guiseppe, played by guest star James (Dexter) Remar.
We've barely had time to digest this week's episode of Supernatural, and already the CW is whetting our appetites for the next installment, entitled "The Song Remains the Same", with two new webclips.
The CW is pulling out all the stops this week to promote "Unpleasantville", the 12th chapter of Season One of The Vampire Diaries, including enlisting Executive Producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec to provide a special preview video revealing some details about the episode.
One of the most creative films of the late '90s was Gary Ross' Pleasantville, and this week The Vampire Diaries borrows its theme for Episode 12, the cleverly titled "Unpleasantville". Click on through for two sneak peeks of the ep.