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If I ever needed another reminder that time truly flies, it's that the CW's hit series Supernatural will be entering into its fifth season this Fall. Series creator Eric Kripke was on hand during the final day of Comic Con to give us some info on whether or not there's life after year five.
Fans of "Supernatural" got a nice treat last week when word came down that Adrianne Palicki was going to reprise her portrayal of Jessica in at least one episode, but what we've really been wanting to hear about is who would be playing Season 5's big bad, Lucifer. Our wait is now over.
I've said it a hundred times, and I'll say it a hundred more ... If you're not watching "Supernatural", then you're missing some truly quality horror on TV. Don't discount the Winchesters as mere pretty boys; these dudes know how to whip some demon ass! If you did miss it, you ought to be thankful for DVD and Blu-ray. Season 4 is set to come home on September 1, 2009.
The bloodsuckers of HBO's "True Blood" are getting some company on the airwaves this fall when The CW premieres "The Vampire Diaries", and the network has released three clips to introduce audiences to the new series.
This fall the stellar "Supernatural" (if you're not watching this show, man, you're missing out) will have another horror themed series to share Thursday nights with -- "The Vampire Diaries"! Wanna check out some images from the set? We thought so!
What the hell's with all these diaries lately? Every beastie we've ever loved now has a diary of some sort for us to leaf through. Time for the pretty vamps that make teens swoon and cougars growl to have a shot!
Warner Bros. TV has cast early "Lost" star Ian Somerhalder in the CW's drama pilot "Vampire Diaries". Let the female swooning commence!
Nina Dobrev, whom you may remember from the godawful "Fright Night" with a werewolf rip-off Never Cry Werewolf, has landed herself a new gig. One with a bit more bite.
The name is certainly familiar, and for horror fans soon the face will be, too. According to this morning's Variety, Steven R. McQueen, grandson of "the" Steve McQueen, has been signed for the CW Network's upcoming "Vampire Diaries."
You know what's odd? The TV show "Supernatural" kicks a lot of ass. When the idea was first thrown around, I too discounted the show as just two pretty-boys lip quivering their way through generic spooky TV fodder. Honestly? I've never been happier to be wrong.
Sharpen those TV loving fangs Vamp fans! Variety revealed today that the CW Television Network has decided to give the pilot for Vampire Diaries the green light.