The finale is nothing but jaw-dropping twists and the climactic final battle is here. And you know the climactic final battle is Sam vs. Dean, right? Expect that fight to last through the end of the season and possibly through the beginning of season five. (Watch With Kristin)
3/12 New ‘Death Takes a Holiday’
Sam and Dean investigate a small town where people are cheating death. They discover the Reapers have gone missing so they turn to Pamela (guest star Traci Dinwiddie) for help. She sends them into the spiritual world to find answers and they come face to face with Alastair (guest star Christopher Heyerdahl), who has been kidnapping all the Reapers in order to break another seal.
Any Supernatural scoop about who is going to die?
MATT: “There are some deaths in the future,” Misha Collins told me as part of a Q&A pegged to the show’s return this Thursday. Castiel’s portrayer didn’t seem too assured in his tease, though, until I lobbed out the name of one likely bucket-kicker. “Ohhhh, that’s right. There is some big death coming up, yes,” he responded, at which point I got a stern hush order from the CW rep.
Preview of ‘Supernatural’ 4.15: Death Takes a Holiday
When ‘Supernatural’ returns March, the Winchester brothers will fight the evil with a greater evil.
Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
Another take on “Supernatural” promo has been outed after the rerun on Thursday, February 26. In “Death Takes Holiday” Sam and Dean investigate a small town where people are cheating death. They discover the Reapers have gone missing so they turn to Pamela for help. She sends them into the spiritual world to find answers and they come face to face with Alastair, who has been kidnapping all the Reapers in order to break another seal. Castiel, which is seen in the preview, will return in this episode.
Also in his latest scoop, Michael Ausiello of EW said that the episode airing March 12 will be dedicated to the director Kim Manners who passed away recently on January 25. There will be a photo montage of him compiled in 10 seconds and a brief message.
‘Supernatural’ Clip: Sam and Dean Ripped Off Their Souls
to track down missing reapers in the spiritual world.In ‘Death Takes a Holiday’, ‘Supernatural’ put the brothers in a mission
Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
A short clip taken from the upcoming episode of “Supernatural” is released by The CW. It takes on the Winchester boys’ visit to Pamela where their souls are ripped off from the body in order to walk on the spiritual world.
Sam and Dean investigate a small town where people are cheating death. They discover the Reapers have gone missing so they turn to Pamela for help. She sends them into the spiritual world to find answers and they come face to face with Alastair, who has been kidnapping all the Reapers in order to break another seal.
“Death Takes a Holiday” is the first new episode in weeks following the show’s hiatus since February 5. It will air on Thursday, March 12 and is dedicated to the director Kim Manners who passed away recently on January 25. There will be a photo montage of him compiled in 10 seconds and a brief message.
Date with an Angel: Supernatural‘s Misha Collins Answers Your Questions
Source: TV Guide Online
On the occasion of Supernatural‘s return with fresh episodes (Thursdays at 9 pm/ET, the CW), we grabbed a few minutes with Misha Collins to reflect a bit on his first season as Castiel and answer questions from TVGuide.com’s readers. (A divine idea, no?) Here, following a bit of our own banter with Collins, is his take on purgatory plucking, questioning the Big Guy, old-school smiting and much more. (Also: Read my start-of-season Q&A with Misha.)
TVGuide.com: How was your first Supernatural convention experience this past weekend?
Misha Collins: It was good. I don’t feel nearly as traumatized as I expected. I feel like a little bit of a whore, so that’s a triumph in my book. I got some hand cramps from signing my name for too long, but that’s an occupational hazard.
TVGuide.com: What twist in Castiel’s storyline has surprised you the most so far?
Collins: That he’s still alive. That’s one. But also seeing the man whom Castiel possessed was both surprising and gratifying and really fun to play. We just finished shooting that episode, and that was cool. It was very different from what I was expecting.
TVGuide.com: What are the odds that you will be back next season?
Collins: Well, I’ve been told that I’m coming back, so the odds are good. I’d have to screw something up between now and the end of the month!
TVGuide.com: And now it’s time for the TVGuide.com reader questions. Jenni asks, “Will Castiel ever talk to Dean about how exactly he was able to pluck him out of purgatory?”
Collins: Possibly — although Dean doesn’t really seem to be that curious about it. He hasn’t pried in that direction at all. I don’t see why it should be a secret.
TVGuide.com: “Does Castiel know what happened to Sam and Dean’s father after John helped them in the Season 2 finale? If so, will he tell them?” (jzchillin)
Collins: I don’t think that Castiel does know what happened to their father. He’s not omniscient by any stretch of the imagination. There’s a lot of stuff that’s cropped up this year on the show that has been news to Castiel, so there’s no reason for me to believe that he knows what happened to Daddy-O.
TVGuide.com: “Is there anything that Castiel is afraid of?” (bklynkat23)
Collins: Scary movies?
TVGuide.com: “Are we going to see Castiel begin to doubt and/or question God’s pronouncements, especially vis-à-vis Dean and Sam?” (kchez) First of all, that’s an excellent use of “vis-à-vis.
Collins: Yes, it was excellent! I wish I could respond with matching stellar vocabulary, but…. “Yes” is the short answer to that question. Definitely.
TVGuide.com: JBird asks, “Will we find out more about the working relationship between Castiel and Anna?”
Collins: Yeah, we’re going to see more of that and the dynamic between them.
TVGuide.com: “Will Castiel ever get to smite anyone old-school-style?” (derfel85)
Collins: What is old-school smiting? Is that, like, drawing and quartering or beheading…?
TVGuide.com: I’m thinking it’s very brutal and non-sterile, perhaps employing a rusty mace.
Collins: We haven’t done any smiting yet. But maybe we’ll go in that brutal, medieval direction at some point.
TVGuide.com: “Will we get another Castiel/Alastair smackdown this season?” (Infamous_JR)
TVGuide.com: “Jensen [Ackles] and Jared [Padalecki] are known for pulling pranks. Have they pulled any memorable ones on you yet?” (Shan79)
Collins: No, but we’ve had several instances where we’ve had laughing fits on set and it was really pissing off the crew, because we couldn’t get the shot off.
TVGuide.com: “Do you think Castiel should fall, or he should stay an angel?” (ilda_winchester)
Collins: I think it would be more interesting if he fell.
TVGuide.com: “In the wake of [producer-director] Kim Manners’ death, did the tone on set change for the long term, or did people realize that this is what he loved and continued to do their best to honor him?” (tidblgr)
Collins: I only did one episode with Kim, but it was amazing to see the effect he had on the crew. His leadership up in Vancouver very much affected the dynamic of how this crew operates. He lived in a hotel up here, and all the staff came to his memorial — the doorman, the housekeeper…. That’s the kind of guy he was.
TVGuide.com: Before you go, give us one more tease about what’s coming up on Supernatural the remainder of this season.
Collins: We’re definitely coming down to the wire on the apocalypse. There are some deaths in the future.
THURSDAY, MARCH 26
“SUPERNATURAL” (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
“It’s a Terrible Life”
IF THE WINCHESTERS WEREN’T HUNTERS — Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) are living very normal and separate lives. Dean is a corporate man who enjoys health drinks and listens to news radio vs. rock stations. He works at a company called Sandover Bridge & Iron Company alongside Sam (Jared Padalecki) who is in Tech Support. It seems as if the two do not know each other. However, after co-workers start committing suicide at an alarming rate, the two find themselves working side by side to solve the murders.
James Conway directed the episode written by Sera Gamble.