"Supernatural" Season 7 picks up immediately after the events that ended Season 6, and to say the show is off and running would be a bit of an understatement. There wasn't a single bump in the road during last night's season premiere, and we couldn't have been happier to see lots of returning faces. Check out this promo for next week's episode, "Hello, Cruel World", and let us know what you think of the events that have transpired thus far.
Season 7 of one of the longer running genre TV shows, "Supernatural", returns to our small screens tonight, and we wanted to remind you to watch with this neat package of our recent coverage.
We still have two loooong days to wait for the Season 7 premiere of "Supernatural", but The CW has kindly provided us with a gallery's worth of images from Episode 7.02, "Hello, Cruel World", to tide us over in the meantime. Something tells us Castiel's stint as the new God isn't going so well.
Finally this Friday night we'll find out what the Winchester brothers have been up to over the summer when "Supernatural" returns to The CW with the Season 7 premiere, "Meet the New Boss". Take a peek at a new clip from the episode provided by the network along with a few stills that seem to show Castiel and Death aren't exactly on good terms.
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.
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!
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".
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.
Did everyone have as much fun with last week's Final Destination-ish episode of "Supernatural" as we did? And it looks like the good times are going to keep on keeping on this week as Sam and Dean travel back to the Wild, Wild West in Episode 18, "Frontierland". Check out the new clip we just got and see if you don't agree!