In order to accommodate the two-hour series finale of "Smallville" this coming May 13th, The CW will be preempting "Supernatural" that week, but the good news is that as a result, "Supernatural" will have its own two-hour season finale airing on May 20th.
With its rather ominous title of "And Then There Were None", Episode 16 of "Supernatural" promises a meeting fans have undoubtedly been waiting for: Grandpa Samuel squaring off against the Winchester boys' surrogate father Bobby. Should be interesting as although everyone loves Jim Beaver, more Mitch Pileggi on the show is always a good thing!
The consensus among "Supernatural" fans seems to be that now that Sam has his soul back, the show's got its groove back, especially with the "Mother of All" being added to the mix. Not sure if this week's ep, "Unforgiven", will shed much light on what Mother is up to, but here are a preview and a clip to check out while we wait to find out.
Fans were pretty upset about last week's substitution of "The Vampire Diaries" for "Supernatural", but all returns to normal this week when The CW airs the long awaited Episode 12, "Like a Virgin". In the meantime those of you who've been curious about the upcoming "meta" episode that breaks the fourth wall, we have a full synopsis of "The French Mistake", which debuts February 25th.
In LA this February and a big fan of the show "Supernatural"? Then get ready to get excited as we are giving away two weekend passes for Creation Entertainment's Salute to Supernatural!
Now this is disappointing. In a press release today, The CW announced that the next two episodes of "Supernatural", "Like a Virgin" and "Unforgiven", which were slotted to run tomorrow, January 28th, and next Friday, February 4th, respectively, have each been pushed back a week. Read on for the updated airdates and synopses.
"Supernatural" returns to The CW this Friday, January 28th, with an episode about dragons of all things! To help celebrate the occasion and make sure you're all feeling shiny and new, the network has released a preview of and a clip from Episode 12, "Like a Virgin", both of which we have right here!
As we warned you a few days ago in a spoiler-filled look at the second half of "Supernatural" Season Six, Lisa and Ben will be returning to the show, and it's looking like that's happening sooner rather than later. Fans, brace yourselves for Episode 14 - "Mannequin 3: The Reckoning".
Looking for more details about that "breaking the fourth wall" episode of "Supernatural" we recently told you about? We've got 'em along with a few other tidbits on upcoming episodes so if you're the type that likes to be kept in the dark, you might want to skip this story. Unless you can't resist a few stills from Episode 12, "Like a Virgin".
"Supernatural" Season Six got off to a bit of a rocky start, but indications are that, assuming new showrunner Sera Gamble is game, The CW is likely to renew the series for at least one more year.
While we bide our time waiting for "Supernatural" to return from its winter hiatus -- only two more weeks! -- The CW has released the synopsis for "Unforgiven", the show's upcoming 13th episode, in which Dean finds out about Sam's life when he hunted with Grandpa Samuel.
Have you been on pins and needles as much as we have to see the outcome of Sam getting his soul back? Well, come Friday, January 28th, we'll finally see the results as "Supernatural" Episode 12, "Like a Virgin", hits the airwaves, and we finally have the ep's full synopsis.
Dean Has an Appointment with Death in New Stills from Supernatural Episode 11 - Appointment in Samarra
To tie in with the "Appointment in Samarra" video preview they provided earlier today, The CW has just sent over some fresh stills from this week's episode of "Supernatural" in which Dean meets up with an old adversary: Death himself.
This Friday, December 10, the Winchester brothers have an "Appointment In Samarra", and we've got a preview of the episode along with a video of the "Supernatural" cast thanking the fans for voting the show onto the cover of TV Guide!
A second preview clip for the December 3rd episode of "Supernatural", entitled "Caged Heat", has found its way online, and in it Sam calls Meg's bluff. Does this mean the Winchesters might finally get the upper hand on that elusive demon bitch?