During the "Supernatural" panel at this past summer's San Diego Comic-Con, Jensen Ackles brought down the house with his promise that he "will be killing some vampires properly this year. Cut this pasty, waify shit out!" In Episode 5, "Live Free or Twi-Hard", airing on October 22nd, we'll get to see him fulfill that promise!
On October 15th we'll finally have a chance to check out the "Supernatural" episode directed by co-star Jensen Ackles, entitled "Weekend at Bobby's", and to help get everyone geared up for it, The CW has released a big batch of stills.
The Season Six debut of "Supernatural" divided the fanbase a bit -- some (like yours truly) thought it was a little top-heavy with new characters who really didn't do anything -- but we all agree we're looking forward to the upcoming eps to see what new showrunner Sera Gamble has up her sleeve. Case in point: Episode 2, "Two and a Half Men", for which we have a couple of preview clips.
During the "Supernatural" panel at this past summer's San Diego Comic-Con, we heard a little bit about Jensen Ackles' directorial debut (Episode 4, "Weekend at Bobby's", which is airing on October 15th) and even saw part of a scene from the ep featuring the characters of Bobby Singer and the demon/angel Crowley. Today we have the full synopsis.
Are you excited for "Supernatural"'s new season? We certainly are! After five brilliant seasons with showrunner Erik Kripke, we can't wait to see what his successor, Sera Gamble, has cooked up for us fans.
As Andrew mentioned in his Top 10 Most Kick-Ass "Supernatural" Moments article, writer Ben Edlund has long been the series' secret weapon, cooking up some of the most bizarre content you’ll ever see on television. So we're definitely looking forward to the upcoming Episode 3, "The Third Man", which he wrote and airs Friday, October 8.
If you’ve ever brushed off "Supernatural" as just another teenybopper WB show with a couple of pretty boys, you’re seriously missing out on one of the most sharply written, balls-to-the-wall genre shows around.
Since we've heard from Jared Padalecki and Misha Collins already, we figured it was just a matter of time before Jensen Ackles had his own "CW Connect" interview pop up on the Internet, and today's that lucky day!
We're still a couple of days away from the Season 6 premiere of "Supernatural", but that's not stopping The CW from releasing a few stills from Episode Two of this upcoming season, entitled "Two and a Half Men", which airs on October 1st.
Are you excited for the September 24th premiere of "Supernatural" Season 6 on The CW? We are! Over five years "Supernatural" has built up a very loyal fandom across the world. So let's take a look at what the more artistic and talented fans have created for us all to enjoy.
A new preview of the return of the Winchester Brothers has hit online including a very familiar face, and of course we have it for you here. Be sure to tune in to The CW on Friday, September 24, for the premiere episode of "Supernatural" Season Six, "Exile on Main Street".
In just one more week "Supernatural" returns to the airwaves in its Friday night time slot, and already The CW is doling out the goods in terms of the synopses for upcoming Season Six episodes along with an interview with co-star Misha Barton in which he answers questions submitted by fans.
Looking for a way to celebrate the premiere of "Supernatural" Season Six next Friday, September 24th? How about a marathon of 20 episodes from the show's previous seasons? From the Press Release:
A new trailer for "Supernatural" Season Six that combines bits and pieces from the first three episodes has hit the Internet, and for anyone who's been worried that the passing of the torch from series creator Eric Kripke to new showrunner Sera Gamble might result in diminished quality, you can relax. Things look pretty good ... no, make that pretty damn good!
During the "Supernatural" panel at this past summer's San Diego Comic-Con, Jensen Ackles brought down the house with his promise that he "will be killing some vampires properly this year. Cut this pasty, waify shit out!" Does that mean the Winchester brothers might be taking on The Twilight Saga or even their sister show on The CW, "The Vampire Diaries"?