With two big guest stars, a trip back to the 1940's, and Jensen Ackles looking incredibly fine dressed in a suit from that era, this week's Episode 7.12 of "Supernatural", entitled "Time After Time After Time", promises to be a highlight of the season. Don't believe us? Then you need to check out this gallery of stills from the ep immediately!
There's no genre show on TV better at simultaneously making you laugh while breaking your heart in a million pieces than "Supernatural", and even though next week's Episode 7.12, "Time After Time After Time", is set in the 1940's, it's likely to follow the same successful formula. Check out this preview, and let us know what you think.
We couldn't possibly be more ready for the return of "Supernatural" to our Friday night routine, and to help ensure that you're all feeling the same, The CW has provided a preview clip from the upcoming Episode 7.11, "Adventures in Babysitting", that introduces us to Cheech and Ed, your friendly neighborhood technicians.
January 12 & 13, 2012, on The CW: Synopses for The Vampire Diaries, The Secret Circle, and Supernatural
January, 2012, has a Friday the 13th in it, and we can't think of a better way to start the new year! "Supernatural" airs Episode 12 of its getting better all the time Season 7 that day ("Time After Time After Time"), and it's preceded on January 12th by the 11th episodes of both "The Vampire Diaries" ("Our Town") and "The Secret Circle" ("Fire/Ice"). Read on for all three synopses.
January 5 & 6, 2012, on The CW: Synopses for The Vampire Diaries, The Secret Circle, and Supernatural
Christmas hasn't even gotten here yet, but The CW is obviously ready to ring in the New Year as the network also known as a genre fan's best friend has provided us with synopses for the mid-season returns of "The Vampire Diaries" (Episode 3.10-"The New Deal"), "The Secret Circle" (Episode 1.10-"Darkness"), and "Supernatural" (Episode 7.11-"Adventures in Babysitting"). Read on for all the details.
Dinner for Fiends is back for what may be its final installment of the year. There’s not a whole lot of horror going on at the movies of late – unless you count how much money the latest Twilight sequel has made – so in addition to Breaking Dawn we’re mostly talking quality horror on TV today.
Coming off this past Friday night's mid-season finale of "Supernatural", one thing is certain: In order to set things right, the Winchester boys need nothing short of a miracle. Could that miracle come in the form of Castiel?
After the gut-wrenchingly emotional turn last Friday night's episode of "Supernatural" took, we were hoping that when the show returns from its winter hiatus, it will provide fans with a bit of levity; however, from the looks of this teaser preview from Episode 7.11, "Adventures in Babysitting", things are just going from bad to worse. Check it out!
Supernatural: Sera Gamble Introduces Episode 7.10 - Death's Door; Jensen & Jared Have a Message for Fans Regarding the People's Choice Awards
We should have known that as soon as we ran some stills from "Supernatural" Episode 7.10, "Death's Door" (see those here), The CW would release showrunner Sera Gamble's introduction of the ep. But, even better than that, we also have a peek at a new video featuring stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki asking fans to vote for The People's Choice Awards in their own special way.
Tonight marks the midseason finale of "Supernatural", and it looks to be a doozy with Bobby traveling back to the past, introducing us to his parents as well as himself as a young boy. Check out these stills from the episode, entitled "Death's Door", for a sneak peek at what's in store for him... and us.
Ever since Sara Canning's character was killed off in "The Vampire Diaries", we've been wondering when she'd pop up next, and today we have our answer. "Supernatural" has signed her to guest star as a "lust interest" for Jensen Ackles’ demon warrior known as Dean Winchester.
Another supernatural themed chiller is on its way from New Regency, and though details are on the extremely scant side of the fence, we do have some initial rumblings for you right here. Dig it!
"Supernatural" takes a week off before returning to The CW on December 2nd with its midseason finale, "Death's Door". If you saw last Friday night's episode, you know very well who is approaching said door. Let's see if this preview gives any indication of if life or death prevails.
More guest casting news for your Friday afternoon, this time involving DC favorite "Supernatural". Jason Dohring ("Ringer", "Moonlight", "Veronica Mars") will be appearing in the 12th episode of the show's seventh season as Chronos, the God of Time.