Around these parts we're HUGE fans of "Supernatural", and if you ain't watching, you're missing out on some of the best damned horror television ever. That being said ... Season 7 is gearing up for production, and some really interesting tidbits of news regarding it have slipped online.
With TV set to dominate this year's San Diego Comic-Con, more panel and screening info has come in with regard to some of our favorite shows, including one that is being admitted into the hallowed confines of Hall H! Read on for the details of who'll be there from Warner Bros. TV and Showtime's "Dexter" along with how you can get a sneak peek at Fox's failed pilot for "Locke & Key".
Hungry for more of "The Vampire Diaries" and "Supernatural"? Anticipating your first dive into the world of "The Secret Circle"? Then get out your calendars, kids, because we have the lowdown on when you'll be able to see the latest episodes of your favorite, and soon-to-be-favorite, shows!
We here at Dread Central are big supporters of the Winchester Boys and their show "Supernatural" so any time we get a chance to spread the word about what is probably the best horror themed show on TV right now next to "The Walking Dead" we take it!
The wait is almost over for "Supernatural" fans who have been clamoring to get their hands on Season 2 in glorious high definition, and to celebrate its arrival we secured an exclusive clip from the Blu-ray for you! From the Press Release
Regardless of what you thought of "Supernatural" being extended past its creator, Eric Kripke's, original five-years-and-out plan, you can't deny that Season Six ended on a high note. Or maybe you've been waiting for the home video release to catch up. In either event, here's an early peek at the cover art for said DVD/Blu-ray release. Dig it!
Just a few hours remain until the finale of "Supernatural", and The CW is pulling out all the stops, airing Ep. 21, "Let It Bleed", and Ep. 22, "The Man Who Knew Too Much", back-to-back, giving the show's sixth season one hell of a sendoff. Check out a new clip from the latter in which Sam is on the run from someone, or something, wicked!
As we predicted once The CW picked up Kevin Williamson's "The Secret Circle" for its upcoming fall season, today comes word that the new series will indeed be paired with his other show for the network, "The Vampire Diaries", on Thursday nights. In addition we've learned a bit about what we can expect during the upcoming seasons of both "TVD" and returning fan favorite "Supernatural".
Now that The CW has gotten the "Smallville" series finale out of the way, fans of "Supernatural" can gear up for next Friday's two-episode Season Six finale, comprised of Ep. 21, "Let It Bleed", and Ep. 22, "The Man Who Knew Too Much". To get us even more excited, they've provided a video preview of "Let It Bleed" with showrunner/executive producer Sera Gamble narrating.
Last night's episode of "Supernatural" left fans wondering exactly whose side the angel Castiel is on, but from the description of this season's two-episode finale, we'll be finding out soon enough. Although having to wait an extra week until May 20th isn't making things any easier. Here's a finale preview to hopefully tide us over until then.
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.
While it was a foregone conclusion that The CW would renew its uber popular "The Vampire Diaries" for a third season, fans of the network's long-running "Supernatural" have been left hanging as to whether their beloved Winchesters would be returning for a seventh under new showrunner Sera Gamble. Today they got the answer, and it certainly made us here at Dread Central happy campers.
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".