It's no secret this week's installment of "Supernatural" sees the return of fan favorite Misha Barton (aka Castiel), and in this producer's preview of Episode 7.17, "The Born-Again Identity", executive producer Robert Singer unveils his shocking return.
A clip has arrived from this week's Episode 7.17 of "Supernatural", cleverly titled "The Born-Again Identity". Watch as Lucifer sits in on the Winchester brothers' conversation while Dean's angry that Sam's not angry.
Teaser for Supernatural Episode 7.17 - The Born-Again Identity; Jared Padalecki Answers Fan Questions
One thing The CW does better than any network is cater to its fans, as evidenced by this latest "CW Connect" video of "Supernatural" star Jared Padalecki answering fan questions. We also have a quick peek at next week's Episode 7.17, "The Born-Again Identity".
The geek world may never be the same again! Fanboy (and girl) favorite Felicia Day is going to enter the world of the Winchesters as she guest stars on the April 27 episode of "Supernatural", titled "The Girl With the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo."
Our beloved Bobby Singer might be gone from "Supernatural", but executive producer Robert Singer is still around, and in this preview of "Supernatural" Episode 7.16, "Out with the Old", he discusses cursed objects and something far more evil.
Finally "Supernatural" returns to The CW this coming Friday, March 15th, with a new episode (#7.16) set in Portland, Oregon, and along with the teaser we showed you previously, we now have a clip from the ep, entitled "Out with the Old".
March 29th and 30th, 2012, on The CW: Synopses for The Vampire Diaries, The Secret Circle, and Supernatural
Just one week remains until the return of "The Vampire Diaries", "The Secret Circle", and "Supernatural" to The CW; and we're already looking ahead to the end of the month air dates for "The Murder of One", "Sacrifice", and "Party On, Garth", respectively.
March 22nd and 23rd, 2012, on The CW: Synopses for The Vampire Diaries, The Secret Circle, and Supernatural
The CW is well aware of how rabid the fan base is for its genre-themed series and today released the official synopses for "The Vampire Diaries" Episode 3.17, "Break on Through"; "The Secret Circle" Episode 1.17, "Curse"; and "Supernatural" Episode 7.17, "The Born-Again Identity".
Hot on the heels of learning of their Saturn Award nominations, "The Vampire Diaries", "The Secret Circle", and "Supernatural" have been given season finale dates by The CW, and of course we have all the info you need right here!
For everyone who has been complaining about the Oscars, it's time to announce the nominees for the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films' 38th Annual Saturn Awards. Most of these names should definitely help make you feel better about things!
March 15th and 16th, 2012, on The CW: Synopses for The Vampire Diaries, The Secret Circle, and Supernatural
We still have a few weeks to wait until the return of our favorite shows on The CW, but in the meantime here at last are the official synopses of "The Vampire Diaries" Episode 3.16, "1912"; "The Secret Circle" Episode 1.16, "Lucky"; and "Supernatural" Episode 7.16, "Out with the Old".
The CW hasn't yet released the full synopsis for the upcoming "Supernatural" Episode 7.16, "Out with the Old", which airs March 16th, but in the meantime they've posted a preview of the ep along with a tease of "those you didn't know still existed". Hmmmm...
While "The Vampire Diaries" and "The Secret Circle" provided fans with cast previews of their episodes this week, "Supernatural" is going old school with the usual producer's preview. Watch Robert Singer discuss the dangerous line Sam walks to solve an old case.
We've been waiting patiently for good old Lucifer to reappear on "Supernatural", and the promo for next Friday's Episode 7.15, "Repo Man", teases that this could be our week! Check it out along with a clip.
Our beloved Bobby Singer may indeed be gone, but in his place we have exec producer Robert Singer in this week's preview of "Supernatural" Episode 7.14, in which he introduces us to the local pizza emporium for children, a place of lots of games, joy, and mysterious deaths.