We have two videos here to help you get ready for "Supernatural" Episode 7.22, "There Will Be Blood". In the first exec producer Robert Singer discusses the instability of Bobby the not-so-friendly ghost, and in the second Misha Collins (Castiel) answers a few probing fan questions.
With just two episodes remaining in Season 7 of "Supernatural", the clock is ticking for Sam and Dean to stop Dick and his army of Leviathans. And if the title of Episode 7.22, "There Will Be Blood", is any indication, it won't be easy! Good thing Bobby's there to help.
We're just a few short hours away from tonight's episode of "Supernatural", but The CW is already thinking ahead to next week's Episode 7.22, "There Will Be Blood", and provided us with a big batch of photos from ep.
The CW's "Supernatural" will be airing an extra episode this season and ending a week later than most of the network's other series. We just got our hands on the summary of Season 7's penultimate episode, entitled "There Will Be Blood", and you can check it out here.
The next entry in Syfy's Saturday Original Movie lineup, Jules Verne’s Mysterious Island, airs on February 11th, and to help get you ready for the directorial debut of fan favorite Mark Sheppard ("Battlestar Galactica", "Supernatural"), we have a pair of never-before-seen stills to share.
Aside from the Winchester brothers themselves, our favorite character on "Supernatural" is probably Crowley, as portrayed by Mark Sheppard. Now he's stepping behind the camera for Syfy's Jules Verne’s Mysterious Island, and we have all the details you need right here along with the trailer and a few never-before-seen photos.
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...
Time travel, ruthless pirates, erupting volcanoes, monstrously hairy swamp cannibals, a giant octopus, and Captain Nemo armed with a steampunk raygun await the characters that have crashed landed on Jules Verne's Mysterious Island in the newest adaptation of the 1874 literary classic. The only thing missing is Doug McClure.
The History Channel premiered a TV special titled "Predator X" back in 2009 unveiling the recently discovered fossils of the largest prehistoric sea monster on record: a 50-foot Pliosaur with the head of a T-Rex, the body of a giant whale, and enormous flippers.
The guest list for the 2011 Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2) is starting to take shape with "The Walking Dead"'s Jon Bernthal and Laurie Holden confirmed along with Mark Sheppard of "Supernatural" and his "Battlestar Galactica" co-star Tahmoh Penikett.
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?
"Supernatural" is on hiatus this week for the Thanksgiving holiday, but it'll be back in full force on Friday, December 3rd, with the return of two of our favorite demons: Meg and Crowley. To help tide you over, we have the promo trailer and a sneak peek of the ep for your perusal.
You just can't keep a good demon down, and in the December 3rd episode of "Supernatural", entitled "Caged Heat", we'll see the return of Rachel Miner as Meg, who's been tormenting the Winchester brothers since way back in the Season 1 episode "Scarecrow", reappearing in both Seasons 2 and 5 (and obviously the current Season 6 as well).
The upcoming December 3rd episode of "Supernatural", entitled "Caged Heat", sees the return of Rachel Miner as Meg along with this writer's personal favorite guest star, Mark Shappard as Crowley. Read on for the official synopsis.