We already knew that "The Girl Next Door", the third episode of Season 7 of "Supernatural" that airs October 7th, was directed by series star Jensen Ackles and features flashbacks to 15-year-old Sam Winchester. Now we have the full official synopsis along with a summary of Episode Two, "Hello, Cruel World", airing September 30th, which we somehow neglected to pass on previously.
"Supernatural" returns to the airwaves of The CW on Friday, September 23rd, and finally the network has provided us with an official synopsis of the episode we already knew was called "Meet the New Boss", in which Castiel takes on his new role as God. Something tells us he's not quite the same as the old boss.
Curious who might be causing trouble for the Winchester brothers during the upcoming Season 7 of "Supernatural"? Well, wonder no more as word has broken that James Patrick Stewart will be appearing in the sixth episode as a new baddie named Richard Roman. And he won't be alone...
September 23rd cannot get here soon enough! That's the date "Supernatural" returns to The CW for Season 7. The good news? We're getting one extra episode this year. The bad? The Castiel you knew is gone. At least that's what they're telling us in this new "Fear" preview.
As if "Supernatural" fans don't have enough to look forward to during the show's newly extended (to 23 episodes) Season 7, word of two exciting guest stars from the Joss Whedon Buffyverse appearing in an episode together should really get their juices flowing. Read on to see who's heading to the new season’s fifth episode, titled “Shut Up, Dr. Phil.”
Some interesting news for us fans of "Supernatural". It looks like we're gonna be getting more bang for our buck once the Winchester boys get back to business for Season 7 of the hit CW television show!
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.
Here at Dread Central we are big fans of the Winchester boys, and if you haven't been watching The CW's "Supernatural", then you are missing some of the best TV horror we've had on the air in years!
The schedule for the final day of the San Diego Comic-Con is now available, and one thing we're very excited about this year is the inclusion of TV shows in the venerable Hall H on Sunday, specifically fan (and DC) favorite "Supernatural". Although we have to admit we're not super excited that it's one of the first panels, which means we have to get up early that day as well.
Around these parts we're HUGE fans of "Supernatural", and if you ain't watching, you're missing out on some of the best damned horror television ever. That being said ... Season 7 is gearing up for production, and some really interesting tidbits of news regarding it have slipped online.
We here at Dread Central are big supporters of the Winchester Boys and their show "Supernatural" so any time we get a chance to spread the word about what is probably the best horror themed show on TV right now next to "The Walking Dead" we take it!
Regardless of what you thought of "Supernatural" being extended past its creator, Eric Kripke's, original five-years-and-out plan, you can't deny that Season Six ended on a high note. Or maybe you've been waiting for the home video release to catch up. In either event, here's an early peek at the cover art for said DVD/Blu-ray release. Dig it!
Just a few hours remain until the finale of "Supernatural", and The CW is pulling out all the stops, airing Ep. 21, "Let It Bleed", and Ep. 22, "The Man Who Knew Too Much", back-to-back, giving the show's sixth season one hell of a sendoff. Check out a new clip from the latter in which Sam is on the run from someone, or something, wicked!
Now that The CW has gotten the "Smallville" series finale out of the way, fans of "Supernatural" can gear up for next Friday's two-episode Season Six finale, comprised of Ep. 21, "Let It Bleed", and Ep. 22, "The Man Who Knew Too Much". To get us even more excited, they've provided a video preview of "Let It Bleed" with showrunner/executive producer Sera Gamble narrating.