A new preview of the return of the Winchester Brothers has hit online including a very familiar face, and of course we have it for you here. Be sure to tune in to The CW on Friday, September 24, for the premiere episode of "Supernatural" Season Six, "Exile on Main Street".
In just one more week "Supernatural" returns to the airwaves in its Friday night time slot, and already The CW is doling out the goods in terms of the synopses for upcoming Season Six episodes along with an interview with co-star Misha Barton in which he answers questions submitted by fans.
Looking for a way to celebrate the premiere of "Supernatural" Season Six next Friday, September 24th? How about a marathon of 20 episodes from the show's previous seasons? From the Press Release:
A new trailer for "Supernatural" Season Six that combines bits and pieces from the first three episodes has hit the Internet, and for anyone who's been worried that the passing of the torch from series creator Eric Kripke to new showrunner Sera Gamble might result in diminished quality, you can relax. Things look pretty good ... no, make that pretty damn good!
During the "Supernatural" panel at this past summer's San Diego Comic-Con, Jensen Ackles brought down the house with his promise that he "will be killing some vampires properly this year. Cut this pasty, waify shit out!" Does that mean the Winchester brothers might be taking on The Twilight Saga or even their sister show on The CW, "The Vampire Diaries"?
After just revisiting the stellar Season Five of "Supernatural" for our Blu-ray/DVD review, we couldn't be more ready for the premiere of Season Six, which is entitled "Exile on Main Street", and from what we've been hearing from you readers, you're pretty excited, too.
Finally The CW has decided to show a little bit of love for its old work horse "Supernatural" by releasing three new preview videos in advance of the series' Season Six debut on September 24th.
Season Six of "Supernatural" kicks off on Friday, September 24th, with new showrunner Sera Gamble taking over from series creator Eric Kripke. While The CW seems to be currently putting most of its promotional muscle behind "The Vampire Diaries" and the reboot of "Nikita", they have thrown fans of the Winchester brothers a bone with a brief summer season promo trailer.
We don't often pick out specific charities to promote here on Dread Central, but we're big fans of "Supernatural" and one of its stars, Misha Collins, who portrays the angel Castiel. When we caught wind of a charity Misha has formed called "Random Acts", we thought we'd pass along the info and let you decide for yourselves whether or not to get involved.
Not a lot of genre-related info came out of the recent Television Critics Association's summer press tour, but new "Supernatural" showrunner Sera Gamble did drop a few choice tidbits about the series' upcoming sixth season that weren't discussed at Comic-Con. And speaking of Comic-Con (in what's hopefully one of the last times we'll mention the event), The CW has provided us with pretty cool video they compiled on "Supernatural" day.
Looking for something to help ease you into the weekend? How about preview trailers for the season openers of both "The Vampire Diaries" and "Supernatural" on The CW?
It's become a Dread Central tradition to close out our Comic-Con work week with the "Supernatural" panel. Few sessions are as funny, informative, and entertaining year after year. And 2010 was no exception. All the tidbits and mini-spoilers Kripke and crew revealed can be found here, along with a description of the clip that was shown from Episode 4 of the upcoming Season 6, "Weekend at Bobby's", directed by Jensen Ackles.
Lots of changes are in store for fans of the TV series "Supernatural" besides its shift to Friday night and the return of Mitch Pileggi as the Winchester brothers' grandfather. Long-time showrunner Eric Kripke is passing the torch to Sera Gamble, and there's been some concern as to how she's going to top Season Five's awesome apocalyptic arc. Read on for some comments from Kripke about what we can expect and how involved he might be after all.
The CW has set its fall premiere schedule, launching its fifth broadcast season, and we've got the skinny on when you can see the return of the two genre favorites carried by the network: "The Vampire Diaries" and "Supernatural".