The CW provided another treat for "Supernatural" fans in the form of a video preview for Episode 20, "The Man Who Would Be King", narrated by showrunner/executive producer Sera Gamble. Prepare for all hell to break loose this week! Episode 20 "The Man Who Would Be King" Synopsis: (5/6/11 Air Date)
Fans of The CW's "Supernatural" were treated to a bit of a twist ending last week concerning the angel Castiel and one of the show's favorite characters whom everyone thought was dead. But then again, when has "dead" ever really meant "dead" on that show? Here are a preview and a clip that might shed some light on things from the upcoming "The Man Who Would Be King".
Hot on the heels of the news that fan favorite "Supernatural" will indeed be returning to the airwaves of The CW for a seventh season, the network has provided us with the synopses of the final two episodes of Season Six, the second of which was written by original show creator Eric Kripke and involves something we've been dreading all season long - the return of Sam's memories.
Females haven't fared so well on "Supernatural" since the very beginning, when Sam and Dean's mother met her untimely demise thanks to the yellow-eyed demon, but none has been more beloved than Mary Winchester, who makes a reappearance (sort of) in this week's Episode 19, entitled "Mommy Dearest".
Throughout this entire Season Six of "Supernatural", we've had the nagging feeling that Castiel is keeping something from the Winchesters.
Only five episodes remain of "Supernatural" Season Six, and The CW is pumping out the goods as fast as we can post them. On tap for this evening is a big batch of stills from the upcoming Episode 19, "Mommy Dearest", in which (as the title suggests) the Winchester boys reunite with their mother. Something tells us it's not a happy occasion.
During this entire Season Six of "Supernatural", we've been hearing about the war in Heaven, but details have been scarce. Now, finally, in Episode 20, entitled "The Man Who Would Be King", Castiel reveals a few clues as to what's really going on. Read on for a synopsis of the ep provided by The CW.
Poor Sam and Dean Winchester. Even when something seemingly good happens to them, it's tinged with tragedy. Case in point - Episode 19, "Mommy Dearest", in which their beloved mother Mary returns ... as a demon.
"Supernatural" may be gone (yes, it's on hiatus again!) until April 15th, but that doesn't mean it's forgotten. To help fill the time, we have video of the full "Supernatural" panel at Paleyfest 2011 along with a few pretty cool details from the upcoming Episode 17, "My Heart Will Go On", which sees the return of two beloved female characters.
This year's Paleyfest wound down with a huge tribute to "Supernatural" (the most badass thing horror fans *aren't* watching. That's right, I'm talking to YOU). As always, the female fans outnumbered the males 500/1 and shrieked non-stop as Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, Jim Beaver, writers Ben Edlund and Sera Gamble, and creator Eric Kripke took the stage.
Good ol' Twitter has provided us some intel on one of our favorite TV shows, "Supernatural", as far as who's writing the two-part (but airing on one night) Season Six finale. Read on for the details straight from series co-star Jim Beaver ("Bobby Singer") directly.
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!
They may have relegated "Supernatural" to Friday nights, but that doesn't mean The CW doesn't still take care of the show's fans with a plethora of stills, clips, etc.; and today they give us a few behind-the-scenes photos of Jensen Ackles directing his first ep
The Jensen Ackles-directed Episode 4, "Weekend at Bobby's", of this season of "Supernatural" debuts this Friday, October 15th, and we've got a little behind-the-scenes peek at what it was like for him working on the other side of the camera.
"Supernatural" fans on Team Jensen have a lot to be excited about this week as on Friday, October 15th, they'll have a chance to check out the episode he directed (i.e., "Weekend at Bobby's"). The trade-off is that he won't be appearing in it very much.