Supernatual Season 6 Finale Spoilers: “Let it Bleed” — Character Deaths

Supernatural Boss on Finale: “Characters That People Like Will Be Killed”

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Supernatural‘s war in Heaven is upon us as the series airs its two-part finale on Friday (8/7c on The CW), and showrunner Sera Gamble promises some deaths, Sam’s long-awaited breakdown and “a lot of Castiel” in both episodes.

Gamble wrote the night’s first episode, “Let It Bleed,” which introduces a new player — at least historically — into the series. Apparently, the late, real-life horror writer H.P. Lovecraft is somehow mixed up in the Winchesters’ battle to keep Purgatory at bay. Anyone familiar with his Chthulu mythos will recognize that his terrifying creations fit right in with the Supernatural world.

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In the second episode, “The Man Who Knew Too Much,” we see the culmination of what’s going on with Castiel and his season-long quest to oppose Raphael.

Check out what Gamble has to say about Season 6’s finale event:

What can you tease about the episode you wrote, “Let It Bleed”?
Sera Gamble: One of the big arcs we played this season for Dean, when we had first seen Dean (Jensen Ackles) this season, he had been retired for an entire year and was living with Lisa and Ben. He left them to resume hunting and be with Sam. While we’re glad he did that because we want to watch him on the show and this in many ways is clearly the right choice for everyone, I think there’s a part that he left behind with them. More to the point, just having been in their lives put them in danger. He has had this fear that something bad might happen to them. In Episode 21, basically long-story-short, that comes to pass. They are unexpectedly taken and he has to deal with that. He has to deal with the repercussions of having been in their lives. It’s basically Dean’s worst nightmare.

How does this part pair with the second half of the finale, “The Man Who Knew Too Much”?
Gamble: We have so many mythologies going on that when we heard that we were going to air Episode 21 and 22 on the same night, we talked about breaking it as one huge, two-hour episode with a short cliff-hanger in the middle, but what ended up happening was two distinct episodes. Episode 21 deals with a lot of Dean stuff, and Episode 22 deals with a lot of Sam (Jared Padalecki) stuff. That’s just the way it worked out. Both guys are very active in both episodes. There’s a lot of Dean in Episode 22 and there’s a lot of Sam in Episode 21. And there’s a lot of Bobby (Jim Beaver), a lot of Castiel (Mischa Collins) in both. But it kind of ended up being Dean-heavy in 21 and Sam-heavy in 22.

What is the Sam-heavy episode going to deal with?
Gamble: This season we structured it with a lot of mysteries and twists and turns, it’s kind of like this noir-style thing, so there’s like a couple of big bombshells. Here’s something definite I can say about Episode 22 that’s probably helpful. When Sam got his soul back, Death put this wall up in his mind. Behind the wall are all of his memories of hell, which are incredibly dangerous to him. We know that that wall could crack, and we know that that wall could break. We’ve been kind of threatening this all season. So Episode 22 deals with that, his amnesia, the wall breaking. We promised it all season.

What can we expect from Castiel now that he’s on his own without the Winchesters?
Gamble: The war in heaven becomes a more urgent, heavy thing for Castiel. That will come to the fore at the end of the season. You’ll see Castiel and Raphael face off as well. We have a lot to juggle.

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In an interview, director Robert Singer had hinted that “everyone is not what they appear.” What kind of surprises can we expect along those lines?
Gamble: I think hopefully if we’ve done our job right, there will be a couple of gasps in the last few episodes. Not everyone is who they appear to be on the surface. But it’s not like anyone’s going to rip their face off and be somebody else underneath though. We’re really not that show. In certain ways we’ve always told those kinds of stories. We always have a thread of darkness and Sam and Dean worrying who they can trust. Their world has always been shaky in that way. We’ve derived a lot of interesting and kind of fun stories in a dark way because of that.

It wouldn’t be a Supernatural finale without some casualties …
Gamble: We definitely kill people. Characters will be killed and transformed. It’s safe to say that characters that people like will be killed. I find that usually when we kill somebody there’s a certain amount of blowback because they’re always characters that people likes. I usually don’t get thank-you notes for the people that we kill. But we have that small group of characters that we go back to because they’re precious. The reason we go back to them again and again and again is because they were cool.

Is there a possibility of seeing John Winchester (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) in these last episodes?
Gamble: You won’t see John Winchester in Season 6, I’m sorry;. There’s always a chance we’ll bring him back at some point in show. It’s a combination of the right story and Jeffrey Dean being available at that time because he’s a busy and popular actor, which we’re super-happy about for him.

Who do you think will die in the finale?

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Supernatural Season 6 Spoilers!

SUPERNATURAL: Season six will be a season of mystery and shadow. Heaven and Hell have been left in complete disarray since the apocalyptic events of season five. And now, monsters, angels and demons roam across a lawless and chaotic landscape. And so Dean Winchester, who has retired from hunting and sworn never to return, finds himself being pulled back into his old life – pulled back by none other than Sam Winchester, who has escaped from Hell.  The two reunite to beat back the rising tide of creatures and demon-spawn, but they quickly realize that neither are who they used to be, their relationship isn’t what it used to be, and that nothing is what it seems.

Exclusive: ‘Supernatural’ boss on why he stepped down and what’s coming up (hint: monsters!)

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A new Friday time slot isn’t the only major change facing Supernatural as it heads into its sixth season (beginning Sept. 24). Series creator Eric Kripke—whose five-season-long end-of-days-themed arc came to a close last May—is stepping down as day-to-day showrunner in favor of an advisory role. (Longtime EP Sera Gamble has been tapped to succeed him.) In the following Q&A, Kripke sets the record straight about the reason he relinquished his top-dog status, and previews the “undiscovered country” at the heart of the show’s top secret second act.

Why did you decide to step down as showrunner?
ERIC KRIPKE:
We were reaching the end of this five-year story line [so] I thought the timing was right. I knew that we were closing this chapter and opening a new one. It felt like it was the right time to take a step back and focus on new projects, but still keep my grubby little mitts in the show. It was a lot about Sera and her enthusiasm and her ambition. I really think after five years of all of my crap, to have someone who has a fresh perspective and a fresh energy on these characters and this universe is healthy for the show. Supernatural has always been a show about reinvention. We try really hard not to do the same thing. I thought that Sera’s [increased] involvement really helped guarantee that this season is going to feel a little different, a little fresher. She has a different sensibility.

What exactly will your role be?
KRIPKE:
I see my job as being a safety net and just making sure that the show falls in the broadest possible parameters…. Sera and Bob [Singer] are pitching episode ideas to me. I’m in the room so far for every episode break. I pitch a couple of episode ideas, pitch a couple issues of how to fix some problems and some breaks. I’m giving some script notes. I’m still in it; I think, frankly, Sera and Bob wish I backed the hell up. [Laughs]

Will you be writing any episodes?
KRIPKE:
I think I will certainly be writing an episode this year. I am also slated to direct an episode in February.

What do you say to those fans who felt the show should have ended with season 5?
KRIPKE:
My answer to that is time will tell. I have high hopes for this season. I remember the same kind of concerns when we bumped off Yellow Eyes in season 2. We killed their Big Bad and where were we going to go now? We always found a different place to go. People forget that I didn’t [originally] want angels in the show. Then we introduced the angels and then it spun the story line in a way that was really rich for us. This is a show that ends story lines and starts new ones and reinvents itself. I think because it is hardwired into the DNA of the show, it will weather a lot of transition and growth. The question is not should it have ended, the question is, Is the new story line compelling and interesting and is it an arena of this universe that we haven’t explored yet and is it putting Sam and Dean into new situations that we haven’t seen before? I think it does all of the above.

Okay, what is the new story line?
KRIPKE:
One of the first things Sera and Bob talked to me about was that the angel thing is rightfully exhausted, so where do you go from there? Not to say that angels and demons won’t be a part of the story line, because they will. Castiel will be there. Crowley will be there. The beloved characters will be threading into the story. But the great undiscovered country of Supernatural is kind of right in front of our face: creatures and monsters. We have had so many creature episodes but we haven’t actually explained where they came from—[similar] to the way we have explored angels and demons. How do they feel about the situations they are in? Are they from here? Where did the first ones come from? How did werewolves and vampires and shape-shifters all begin anyway? I thought that was a really smart notion on [Sera and Bob’s] part, just exploring the history of that, because that was something that we never investigated on the show.

How does Grandpa [Mitch Pileggi] fit into this?
KRIPKE:
He’s representative of the other side of this exploration, which is that Sam and Dean have a family of hunters that they never knew they had. Their grandfather is the head of that family. Remember, it’s not the Winchesters who are famous hunters, it’s the Campbells. And we are saying that the Campbells are part of a timeline of hunters that have been there since the country’s origins. As Sera put it, they were hacking heads off vampires on the Mayflower. For Sam and Dean to really tap into a family history, which they never knew they had and again never really investigated before, is pretty interesting to us.

Supernatural Season Finale Recap: 5.22 Swan Song

‘Supernatural’: And an Impala Shall Save Them

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Tonight’s “Supernatural,” called “Swan Song,” could have been the series finale — indeed, with a bit of tweaking at the end, it would have made a fine one — but it’s not.

In the course of the episode, Castiel asks perhaps the hardest question one can pose to a soldier, “Which would you rather have, peace or freedom?”

Obviously, after victory, comes a welcome peace in the sense of a cessation of hostilities, but there’s also the peace of the morning-after battlefield, strewn with silent corpses, the stillness broken by the cry of crows, and the peace of the grave, broken by the rustle of dry leaves.

Freedom, on the other hand, is often hard and frequently messy. Freedom requires decisions, many of which don’t leave you feeling the least bit peaceful. But without freedom, humans would be little more than puppets, slaves or domesticated livestock.

And freedom is not free.

That’s the situation Sam and Dean find themselves facing, as their alternatives come down to allowing the Apocalypse to engulf the Earth in flames and blood or the brothers making ultimate sacrifices to prevent it.

They’re free to choose, but neither choice seems to offer even a smidgen of peace or happiness.

The episodes begins with the story of the 1967 Impala herself, as told by the Prophet Chuck, who’s penning the final chapter in the “Supernatural” story.

She’s a classic muscle car, birthed on the GM assembly line in Janesville, Wisc. — itself already a casualty of economic upheaval and the lingering death of the great American road.

It’s no accident that “Supernatural” is a road show, with the Winchesters traveling the highways and byways of the land. It’s also no accident that Lucifer finally takes possession of Sam in Detroit, the tattered and bruised heart of that dream, where phrases like “apocalypse” and “end of the world” don’t always feel like mere metaphors.

(Speaking of metaphors, this episode is loaded with “Star Wars” references, from Dean calling Bobby “Yoda” to Dean saying “I got a bad feeling about this” to Lucifer calling Sam “Young Skywalker.” Meesa happy.)

Fortified with demon blood and a desperate plan, Sam, Dean, Bobby and Castiel head to Motor City. Along the way, Sam forces Dean to promise that, after Sam is in the pit, he finds Lisa and tries to live a normal, apple-pie life with her. We don’t hear his answer, but it’s assumed he agrees.

In Detroit, there are a lot of sad good-byes, then the boys try to execute Sam’s plan of leaping Lucifer into the abyss. Since Lucifer is hip to the scheme involving the Horsemen’s rings, it fails spectacularly, and Sam is left in the bodily backseat with Lucifer at the wheel.

(BTW, this is likely our last look at Lucifer’s rapidly decaying vessel, played by Mark Pellegrino, who also plays the mystical island guardian Jacob on “Lost.” He’s got to wonder what it is about his face that makes casting directors either see the Devil or a vaguely godlike figure — both of which have big sibling-rivalry issues.)

Sam/Lucifer vanishes, only to show up in a room with a mirror, having a conversation with themselves, in which Lucifer tries to convince Sam that he’s always been bad to the bone, and that Lucifer is his true family. To put a finer point on it, he allows Sam the opportunity to take bloody revenge on some folks from his past — and Sam takes it.

Then we get another bit with the Prophet Chuck that shows the boys on the road, living in the Impala, enjoying the freedom of the highway and each other’s company. Then Dean calls and brings him up to speed, which he already is, as he’s, like, a prophet.

Chuck also knows the location of the final battlefield — an old cemetery outside the boys’ hometown of Lawrence, Kansas, the burg where young John Winchester first purchased the Impala in a used-car lot (after she was owned by a man who distributed Bibles), on impulse and the advice of his own son, Dean (nice little flashback nod, there).

Speaking of Dean, he just can’t walk away, and he figures if Sam has to go, he won’t let him go alone.

Michael (using Adam as a vessel) and Lucifer meet, and there’s a lot of blah-blah about destiny and daddy issues and brother issues and orders and whatnot, before the roar of a big V-8 interrupts them, and Dean rolls onto the scene, blasting rock ‘n’ roll from the cassette player.

Also on hand are Castiel and Bobby. Castiel lobs a Molotov cocktail full of holy fire at Michael, temporarily flaming him out of existence. That pisses off Lucifer, who doesn’t care to have his parade rained on, and he blasts Castiel to bloody bits, spattering poor Bobby.

Then Lucifer turns on Dean and tosses him into the Impala’s windshield — ouch! — so Bobby pops a couple of rounds into him, which gets him his neck snapped for his troubles.

Lucifer commences beating the bejesus out of Dean, but then a bit of light glints off the Impala. Sam sees, tucked away in an ashtray, a little green toy soldier (and, I ask, why couldn’t it have been a “Star Wars” action figure?) and that sets off a flood of childhood memories and a trip through Sam’s various haircuts on the show (man, I do not miss those bangs).

Suddenly Sam is back in the driver’s seat, and he keeps the wheel long enough to get the rings from Dean and open up the gaping maw once again. Ticked that he’s going to miss his chance for the big fight, Michael grabs him, but Sam leaps anyway, taking them both into the pit.

Dean’s left, his nose broken, his eye swollen shut and his mouth full of blood, mourning over what used to be a big hole in the ground. But then Cas reappears, back in full possession of his angelic powers, which allows him to heal Dean at a touch. Dean asks, “Cas, are you God?” Cas takes the compliment, then just gives the Almighty the credit for his resurrection.

And for good measure, he brings Bobby back from the dead as well (one assumes, or at least hopes, with his soul restored to him).

We go back to Prophet Chuck, who rhapsodizes about the difficulty of writing endings, and how fans are never left happy (bet the “Lost” guys wish they had a way to insert a similar speech into their finale).

We’re back in the car with Dean and Cas, who plans to head back to Heaven and set things right. Dean is mighty angry at the Almighty about how things worked out, but Cas reminds him that he got what he asked for, “No paradise, no hell, just more of the same.” Then he asks the peace vs. freedom question and disappears.

With Chuck’s voiceover, Dean says farewell to Bobby “for a very long time.” Bobby will continue his life as a hunter, but Dean has a promise to fulfill, even though all he wants is either death or Sam returned to him.

He knocks on Lisa’s door and is told that it’s never too late to accept an invitation for a beer. She gathers him into her arms, which is probably the best medicine for poor, broken Dean at this point.

Chuck opines that this was all a test for the boys, and they did all right, that they “chose family.”

Then he says, “No doubt, endings are hard, but then again, nothing ever really ends,” and then fades away.

At the end, Dean is at the dinner table with Lisa and her (and probably his) son, affirming life and love and family.

But, outside, a streetlight fizzles out, and there’s Sam … or Lucifer … or Samifer … or I don’t know, and he doesn’t look happy.

Bravo, Kripke & Co — sad, poignant, tragic, faintly hopeful and suitably vague and menacing at the end. It’s an elegant end to an incredibly ambitious and ultimately successful storyline, which, to me, ranks “Supernatural” among the very best of its genre, big screen or small. Anyone who just dismissed this as a little CW show has missed a helluva ride.

And it ain’t over yet.

See you next fall …

The CW’s May Sweep Highlights: Supernatural, Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill, 90210, Smallville Spoilers!

Thursday, April 29
THE VAMPIRE DIARIES — “Blood Brothers” (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
While Stefan (Paul Wesley) struggles to come to terms with his past, both he and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) reveal parts of their history to Elena (Nina Dobrev), until she finally learns the truth about how they became vampires. Pearl (guest star Kelly Hu) has an ugly confrontation with Johnathan Gilbert (guest star David Anders). Damon and Alaric (Matt Davis) try to find a mysterious invention before Johnathan does.

SUPERNATURAL — “The Devil You Know” (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) face off against the Horsemen and try to trap Lucifer himself.

Friday, April 30
SMALLVILLE — “Sacrifice” (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
Tess (Cassidy Freeman) breaks into Watchtower, triggering an elaborate security system that Chloe (Allison Mack) installed, ultimately trapping the two women inside. Clark (Tom Welling) realizes Zod (Callum Blue) has given his soldiers super powers.

Monday, May 3
ONE TREE HILL — “Learning to Fail” (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
Nathan (James Lafferty) and Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) struggle with the aftermath of her mother’s death.
GOSSIP GIRL — “It’s A Dad, Dad, Dad World” (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
Will’s (guest star William “Billy” Baldwin) return to the Upper East Side continues to stir up problems for Serena (Blake Lively), Lily (Kelly Rutherford) and his long-standing rival, Rufus (Matthew Settle).

Tuesday, May 4
90210 — “Meet The Parent” (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
Teddy (Trevor Donovan) invites a nervous Silver (Jessica Stroup) to meet his father, Spence (guest star Ryan O’Neal), for the second time and the meeting doesn’t go quite as planned. Adrianna records a duet with Javier Luna (guest star/Latin recording artist Diego Boneta), a famous young pop singer, who quickly wins her over with his charm.

Wednesday, May 5
AMERICA’S NEXT TOP MODEL — “Hobbits vs. Models” (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
The final six girls arrive in New Zealand where they learn they will participate in go-sees with six designers. This week’s photo shoot finds them all modeling the same dress with a special guest — a sheep!
ONE-HOUR SEASON FINALE With Back-to-Back Episodes
FLY GIRLS — “The Third Wheel” (9:00-9:30 p.m.)
Jon moves to Los Angeles to work things out with Nikole. During a layover in Miami, Mandy and Louise fall for the same guy, causing a rift between the best friends.
FLY GIRLS — “Unexpected Departures” (9:30-10:00 p.m.)
Mandy and Tasha land a coveted spot in Virgin America’s national advertising campaign. Mandy confronts Louise about her deception. At 30,000 feet, Jon surprises Nikole with a big question.

Thursday, May 6
THE VAMPIRE DIARIES — “Isobel” (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
Isobel (guest star Mia Kirshner) returns to town and stuns Alaric (Matt Davis) with her attitude and her demands that he arrange a meeting with Elena (Nina Dobrev). When mother and daughter finally meet, Isobel refuses to answer most of Elena’s questions, but reveals that she will stop at nothing to find the mysterious invention Johnathan Gilbert (guest star David Anders) has been searching for.
SUPERNATURAL — “Two Minutes to Midnight” (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
Bobby (Jim Beaver) sells his soul to help stop the Apocalypse and Dean (Jensen Ackles) goes head-to-head with Death.

Friday, May 7
SMALLVILLE — “Hostage” (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
Much to Clark’s (Tom Welling) surprise, Martha Kent (guest star Annette O’Toole) returns to Smallville with her new boyfriend, Perry White (guest star Michael McKean), in tow. Chloe (Allison Mack) helps Clark search for the Book of Rao, which they believe contains information on how to stop Zod (Callum Blue) and his army.

Tuesday, May 11
90210 — “Javianna” (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
Adrianna’s (Jessica Lowndes) new romance with pop star Javier (guest star/Latin recording artist Diego Boneta) continues to blossom, while Navid (Michael Steger) continues to work up enough courage to tell her how he feels. Despite Spence’s (guest star Ryan O’Neal) suggestion, Teddy (Trevor Donovan) refuses to end his relationship with Silver (Jessica Stroup), and the two decide to spend the night together.

Wednesday, May 12
TWO-HOUR SEASON FINALE
AMERICA’S NEXT TOP MODEL — “Cycle 14’s Top Model ” (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
With the help of some surprise guests, the heat is on when the two finalists go head-to-head on the cat walk at a glam Anna Sui fashion show. As the clock ticks down, both finalists must deliver their best performance yet when they shoot their CoverGirl commercial. After evaluating both girls’ work throughout the season, Tyra and the panel announce who will be America’s Next Top Model.

Thursday, May 13
SEASON FINALE
THE VAMPIRE DIARIES — “Founder’s Day” (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
Founder’s Day has finally arrived, and everyone is busy with last-minute preparations for floats and fireworks. Although Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Alaric (Matt Davis) do their best to stop him, Johnathan Gilbert (guest star David Anders) sets a plan in motion that brings Founder’s Day to an end amid chaos, destruction and death.
SEASON FINALE
SUPERNATURAL — “Swan Song” (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
The showdown between good and evil is at hand. With the Apocalypse looming, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) realize they are out of options and make heart-breaking decisions that will change their lives forever. A beloved character faces death.

Friday, May14
SEASON FINALE
SMALLVILLE — “Salvation” (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
When Zod (Callum Blue) and the Kandorians launch their brutal attack on Earth, Chloe (Alison Mack) calls in some old friends to join the fight against the aliens. Clark (Tom Welling) and Zod face off in an epic battle for the control of Earth.

Monday, May 17
SEASON FINALE
ONE TREE HILL —
“Almost Everything I Wish I’d Said the Last Time I Saw You…” (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) tries to overcome her depression by joining Nathan (James Lafferty), Jamie (Jackson Brundage) and the rest of the Tree Hill gang on a trip to Utah for the premiere of Julian’s (Austin Nichols) film.
SEASON FINALE
GOSSIP GIRL — “Last Tango, Then Paris” (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
Blair (Leighton Meester) must decide whether to meet Chuck (Ed Westwick) at the top of the Empire State Building or risk losing their future together. A Gossip Girl gossip bomb involving Dan (Penn Badgley) causes major problems for Serena (Blake Lively) and Nate (Chace Crawford). Georgina Sparks (guest star Michelle Trachtenberg) returns to the Upper East Side…and she has an agenda.

Tuesday, May 18
SEASON FINALE
90210 — “Confessions” (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
Teddy (Trevor Donovan) discovers that Spence (guest star Ryan O’Neal) tried to bribe Silver (Jessica Stroup) and takes it upon himself to seek revenge in a most confrontational way. Annie (Shenae Grimes) and Liam (Matt Lanter) test out the waters with his new boat, where they share their darkest secrets. Little do they know that someone is nearby and decides to share an explosive flame of gasoline with Liam’s boat.

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Supernatural Season 5 Finale: The Apocalypse! Dean vs. Death!

Supernatural‘s Mark Pellegrino: Fans Will Be Satisfied with the Finale

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It’s the moment Supernatural fans have been waiting for all season: Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino) is about to throw down with pretty much everyone. TVGuide.com caught up with Pellegrino, who says Lucifer is quite the sympathetic character. (Um, what about that whole wanting to destroy all of mankind thing?)  The 45-year-old actor also gave us the details on Lucifer’s journey to the apocalypse as well as the similarities between Lucifer and his character on  Lost, Jacob.

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TVGuide.com: Everything has been leading up to the showdown between Michael and Lucifer. What has the journey been like for Lucifer?
Mark Pellegrino:
It’s been interesting because I go from a broken-hearted, blue-collar guy to a being that is far more powerful than even I thought. I never expected in a million years that Lucifer would be killing off pagan gods like they were nothing. [Laughs] I didn’t know I was that powerful. He’s on a mission, single-mindedly pursuing a goal and perhaps he’ll achieve it.

TVGuide.com: What’s Lucifer’s endgame besides the basic destruction of all mankind?
Pellegrino:
I think that’s a pretty big endgame. And it’s the best way to get back at daddy, to destroy the very thing that his father wanted him to sacrifice his life to. I even think that he might want to go as far as destroying God, but that’s quite a tall order.

TVGuide.com: Which character seems more sympathetic to you: Lucifer or Lost‘s Jacob?
Pellegrino:
I feel that Lucifer’s character has a pretty sympathetic arc to it. Oddly enough, they’re both characters that are on the outside. I was very shocked to see Jacob as second favorite, constantly grasping for his mother’s love. It’s very similar to Lucifer, but I think Lucifer has a really sad story. I feel a lot of sympathy to Lucifer’s story.

TVGuide.com: They both have unrequited love for their parents.
Pellegrino:
That’s exactly it, except one hasn’t lost his innocence and still keeps that love and fire burning, and the other one is utterly and totally vengeful.

Lost‘s Mark Pellegrino: There will be more answers

TVGuide.com: Neither Michael nor Lucifer are actually in the right vessels going into the finale. Will that affect the showdown itself?
Pellegrino:
I imagine so. [Laughs] It gets tense.

TVGuide.com: Executive producer Eric Kripke did say that this storyline will end in the finale. Do you think fans will be satisfied by the end of it?
Pellegrino:
I think they will be. There’s a part of me that hopes they’re not so Lucifer can come back. [Laughs] From what I’ve seen, the fans will be satisfied.

Do you think Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) will get through the showdown in one piece?

Supernatural – Episode 5.22 – Swan Song – Promotional Photos


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Supernatural – 5.22 – Swan Song – Press Release

THE APOCALYPSE – The entire season has been leading up to this showdown between good and evil. With the Apocalypse looming, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) realize they are out of options and make heart-breaking decisions that will change their lives forever. A beloved character is killed. Posted on KSiteTV. Steve Boyum directed the episode with teleplay by Eric Kripke and story by Eric Gewitz (#522).
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Supernatural – Repeats to Air on Friday’s

LOS ANGELES (thefutoncritic.com) — “Supernatural” is heading to Friday nights as repeats of the series will follow “Smallville” at 9:00/8:00c starting May 28.
Said news comes on the heels of today’s announcement that encores of the short-lived CBS drama “Moonlight” will assume “Supernatural’s” regular Thursday, 9:00/8:00c time period on June 3.
The move will undoubtedly fuel speculation that “Supernatural” will permanently take residence there for its sixth season.
The CW announces its 2010-11 season lineup on Thursday, May 20.
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Supernatural – Scan from TV Guide about Finale

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Supernatural – Episode 5.21 – Two Minutes to Midnight – Space Sneak Peek

Supernatural – Episode 5.21 – Two Minutes To Midnight – 2 More Sneak Peeks

Supernatural – 5.21 – Two Minutes To Midnight – Sneak Peek

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Dean is about to embark on very dangerous and expensive deal with Death. And no, we’re not talking financially
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Supernatural – Episode 5.21 – Two Minutes To Midnight – Promotional Photos

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Supernatural – Episode 5.21 – Two Minutes To Midnight – Promotional Photos

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Supernatural – Episode 5.21 – Two Minutes to Midnight – Press Release

THURSDAY, MAY 6

“SUPERNATURAL” – (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)

“Two Minutes to Midnight” (CONTENT RATING TBD) (HDTV)

BOBBY SELLS HIS SOUL TO HELP STOP THE APOCALYPSE/DEAN GOES HEAD TO HEAD WITH DEATH – Crowley (guest star Mark Sheppard) tells Bobby (Jim Beaver) he will give him the location of Death (guest star Julian Richings), the fourth horseman, in exchange for his soul. Knowing Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) need that fourth ring to stop the Apocalypse, Bobby reluctantly agrees. Sam and Dean confront Pestilence (guest star Matt Frewer), but he unleashes a deadly virus upon them, so Castiel (Misha Collins) must intervene on their behalf. Dean has a meeting with Death to discuss Lucifer, and an unholy alliance is formed at a very high price for Dean. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Sera Gamble (#521).

Source: CW

Supernatural – Episode 5.20 – The Devil You Know – Promotional Photos

Supernatural – Episode 5.20 – The Devil You Know – Synopsis

“SUPERNATURAL” — (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
“The Devil You Know” (CONTENT RATING TBD sptv050769) (HDTV)

SAM AND DEAN FACE OFF AGAINST THE HORSEMEN — The demon Crowley (guest star Mark Sheppard) tells Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) he can help them find the remaining Horsemen rings so they can trap Lucifer. The brothers are doubtful until Crowley leads them to Brady (guest star Eric Johnson), the Handler for Pestilence (guest star Matt Frewer) and Death. However, Brady refuses to give up their locations and sets Pestilence after the Winchesters…. Robert Singer directed the episode written by Ben Edlund (##520).
Source: CW

Supernatural – Latest from EW – 14th April

Question: Supernatural’s 100th episode is this week! To celebrate, how about a May sweeps scoop?
Ausiello: Exec producer Sera Gamble tells me that Dean’s looming face-off with Death is hands-down one of my favorite scenes in the history of the show.
Question: Any chance Meg (Rachel Miner) will be returning to Supernatural before the end of the season?
Ausiello: No
Source: EW

Supernatural – Episode 5.19 – Hammer of the Gods – Promotional Photos


Source: Spnsite

Supernatural – Episode 5.19 – Hammer of the Gods – Synopsis

“SUPERNATURAL” — (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
“Hammer of the Gods” (TV-14, DLSV sptv050769) (HDTV)

LUCIFER (MARK PELLEGRINO, “LOST”) RETURNS — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) are kidnapped by a group of gods, including Kali (guest star Rekha Sharma), Ganesh (guest star Keith Blackman Dallas) and Bladur (guest star Adam Croasdell) and held hostage in a small hotel. The gods want to use Sam and Dean as bargaining chips to stop the Apocalypse, but Gabriel (guest star Richard Speight, Jr.) shows up and warns them that if Lucifer finds them he will kill them all. Unfortunately, one of the gods turns on the rest and Lucifer appears. Rick Bota directed the episode written by Andrew Dabb & Daniel Loflin with story by David Reed (##519).
Source: CW

Supernatural – Season 5 DVD and Blu-Ray

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Supernatural Season 5 Premiere Recap “Sympathy for the Devil”

‘Supernatural’ Premiere: The Devil is in Delaware

Leave it to ‘Supernatural’ to pick up exactly where they left us at the end of season 5 – with the Winchester brothers in the abandoned convent, a portal to hell opening at their feet and the knowledge that they are about to meet Lucifer and unmake the world.

Supernatural Episode Recap: “Sympathy for the Devil”

The apocalypse is starting; Lucifer is rising; the world is experiencing disasters of epic proportions. What are Sam and Dean doing? Well, they are dealing with the fallout from last year. Find something to hold onto because from the looks of it, Season 5 is going to be a bumpy ride. Bumpy in the best way possible, of course.

This premiere rocked, didn’t it? And I’m not just talking about AC/DC’s “Thunderstruck,” the song that accompanied the Season 4 recap at the beginning of the episode. To me, “Sympathy for the Devil” is a great set-up to what I’m betting will be an amazing saga. It’s also awesome to see Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki doing a great job with the troubled relationship that is the Winchester brothers. It has to be troubled after what went on last season. Sam trusting Ruby over Dean isn’t something Dean’s just going to forget. Sam losing himself to what turned out to be an addiction is going to mean a lot of struggle, introspection, and hopefully a lot of growth for the younger brother. I’m looking forward to seeing how all of that is going to play out and I hope you guys are too.

Sound off on the new season and tell us what you think after you watch the premiere.

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Supernatural Episode Discussion: “Sympathy for the Devil”

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Tonight marks the fifth-season premiere of the CW’s Supernatural. When we last saw Sam and Dean, they were on very different paths. Series creator Eric Kripke has said that the series is on a five-year plan. Could this season be the end of the Winchester brothers’ story? And does that necessarily equal the end of Supernatural?

Sound off on the new season and tell us what you think after you watch the premiere.

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Supernatural More Spoilers on Season 5 & 6! Season Premiere Scoop!

Supernatural – Episode 5.01 – Sympathy for the Devil – Promotional Photos

Supernatural – Episode 5.01 – Sympathy for the Devil – Official Description

APOCALYPSE NOW — Picking up where the finale left off, Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) watch as the Devil (guest star Mark Pellegrino, “Lost”) emerges from Hell. The brothers and Bobby (Jim Beaver) deal with the aftermath of Lucifer rising and the stunning news from Chuck the Prophet (guest star Rob Benedict) that Castiel (Misha Collins) was blown to bits by the archangels. Robert Singer directed the episode written by Eric Kripke (#501).

Source: CW

Three Clips From ‘Supernatural’ Season 5 Premiere

Taken from the first episode called ‘Sympathy for the Devil’, the clips show changes in relationship between Dean and his brother Sam after the Devil is accidentally released by the latter.

Three Clips From 'Supernatural' Season 5 PremiereSource: Ace Showbiz TV News
See larger image More scenes from the season premiere of “” is released, showing the first fight between Dean and Sam after the latter broke the seal. Sam keeps apologizing to Dean about what he did but Dean is angry because Sam keeps bringing it up instead of cleaning up the mess. The brothers then agreed to work together in bringing down the devil. In another clip, Chuck the Prophet mistakenly strikes Sam with a stick because in his vision the Winchester is looking nothing like normal. Chuck then delivers a startling message about Castiel, telling the brothers that the angels have exploded him into pieces. Also, Zachary talks some sense into Dean that the Apocalypse is now, and that they must work together to stop it. It is believed that the fifth season will be the last of the series. Creator Eric Kripke said he didn’t quite expect to see it beyond five-season storyline but never excluded the possibility for another one too. “That doesn’t mean there can’t be a new story. Buffy did it. The X-Files did it. You close a chapter on a big mythology storyline and then you begin a new one,” he explained. The episode called “Sympathy for the Devil” will kick off the whole season 5 on September 10.

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Supernatural – 5×01 Sympathy for the Devil – Promo

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Supernatural Season 5 – Up to Speed CW Trailer

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Supernatural – Episode 5.02 – Good God, Y’All – Promotional Photos

Supernatural – Episode 5.02 – Good God, Y’All – Synopsis

In hopes of defeating Lucifer, Castiel decides to search for God; Bobby’s friend, Rufus, begs for help when demons begin attacking his town.

Source: SpoilerTV

Supernatural – Episode 5.02 – Good God, Y’All – Synopsis

“Good God, Y’all” (TV-14, LV) (HDTV)

IS THIS THE END? — Castiel (Misha Collins) tells Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) that he is going to search for God, who will be able to defeat Lucifer. Bobby’s (Jim Beaver) old hunter friend, Rufus (guest star Steven Williams), is panicked about demons attacking his town, and begs Bobby for help. Sam and Dean arrive at the town and realize there is a spell over the townspeople, making them hallucinate that they are demons and causing them to kill one another. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Sera Gamble (#501).

Source: CW

Supernatural – Episode 5.03 – Free to be you and me – Synopsis

ADRIANNE PALICIKI GUEST STARS — Not sure he trusts himself anymore, Sam (Jared Padalecki) decides to give up hunting, but a late-night visitor (guest star Adrianne Palicki) won’t let him off the hook that easily. Dean (Jensen Ackles), intent on stopping the Apocalypse, continues hunting on his own and teams up with Castiel (Misha Collins) to find the Archangel Raphael, as Castiel believes Raphael knows God’s location. Miller Tobin directed the episode written by Jeremy Carver (#503).

Source: CW

Supernatural – Episode 5.05 – Fallen Idol

Episode 5.05 has been officially named as “Fallen Idol”. It was formally known as “Celebrity Skin” during the auditions/draft scripts.

This is the episode featuring Paris Hilton

Supernatural – Latest from Paris Hilton

Still on set shooting, the scenes are going great! A lot of stunts and fighting scenes! 🙂

Just wrapped on set! So much fun working on Supernatural. Jared and Jensen are so nice and such great actors. I had a great time. 🙂

I’m so tired and sore from all the stunts and fighting scenes while shooting yesterday.

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Supernatural – Episode 5.06 – I believe the children are our future – Casting Call

[JESSE] 11-year-old boy (10-13 to play 11), he is a smart and sad all-American kid who is wise beyond his years and way too serious for his age – and has a real independent streak. Adopted as an infant, he has no idea of his lineage, simply perplexed by his uncanny powers. A firm believer in all things kid-like, such as the Tooth Fairy and the danger of joy buzzers. He is faced with a very grown up decision. Please denote age next to your suggestions …RECURRING GUEST STAR

[JULIA] In her early 30s, mousy and pale, Julia looks like she hasn’t had a good night’s sleep in about eleven years. Sort of meek, she becomes overtaken by a dark, dark force…GUEST STAR

Source: SpoilerTV

Supernatural – Searching for new Recurring

I recently received a tip that Supernatural was planning to unveil its version of the Tooth Fairy in this season’s sixth episode. Well, the following casting prattle explains why…

Jesse: An all-American boy age 11 who is wise beyond his years. He was adopted as an infant and remains perplexed by his unusual powers. He possesses a childlike innocence—he believes in the Tooth Fairy (Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding!)! He suddenly finds himself faced with a very adult decision. Recurring role.

Got casting tips? Post ‘em below!

Source: EW

Supernatural – Episode 5.07 – The Curious Case Of Dean Winchester – Casting Call

Director: Robert Singer
Writer: Sera Gamble
Filming: 10th September – 21st September

[PATRICK] 30-40, charismatic, extremely likeable and charming, with a devil-may-care attitude and a twinkle in his eye. He is a well-dressed, expert card shark and poker player, with a wicked sense of humor and an unnerving ability to read people. A slick con man and thief who enjoys toying with everyone around him. However, he also is capable of genuine empathy for certain players, and he’s deeply committed to Lia, the love of his life…GUEST STAR (15)

[OLDER DEAN WINCHESTER] Between 70-80 years old, he is Dean (JENSEN ACKLES) aged into an old man. He hasn’t lost any of his verve, or edge, just his speed.sptv050769…GUEST STAR (20)

[LIA] 20s, she is a BEAUTIFUL, troubled woman in cahoots with her boyfriend, Patrick. Empathetic, but also eventually lonely….GUEST STAR (15)

Source: SpoilerTV

Supernatural to end 2010 (Kind Of)

uperantural creator Eric Kripke is sticking by his word that his CW thriller will bow out next May after five seasons. Sort of.

“I did set out [to] tell a five-season storyline,” the exec maintains. “Quite frankly, I never expected [the show] to make it to five years. But now that we’re in our fifth year, I have every intention of ending the story with a bang and not drawing it out our watering it down.”

Relax, Supe Nazis. Here’s that catch I promised you…“That having been said,” Kripke continues, “I’m looking at this season as the last chapter in this particular story. That doesn’t mean there can’t be a new story. Buffy did it. The X-Files did it. You close a chapter on a big mythology storyline and then you begin a new one.

“One of the things I like about this show is we don’t draw out mysteries endlessly,” he adds. “We’ll answer a bunch of questions this season and then pose some new ones next season.”

Of course, that’s assuming there is a next season. The CW has yet to renew Supernatural for a sixth go-’round. And even if the show does come back, would Kripke still be involved? “I don’t know,” hedges Supe’s fearless leader, who doesn’t have a deal in place beyond season 5. “I’m going to cross that bridge when I get to it.”

What say you, Supe fans? Would you prefer to see Sam and Dean go out with a bang next May? Or are you cool with the show continuing on and running the risk of limping to the finish line like The X-Files and Buffy? And the even bigger question: Is there Supernatural life after Kripke? Sound off below!

Source: EW

Supernatural – Eric Kripke Interview

Supernatural exec producer Eric Kripke gave us such good scoop on Season 5 back in July, so we thought we’d go back and try for some more. With new episodes set to return Thursday, September 10, the cult show’s creator tells us about writing for God, Castiel’s future, President Sarah Palin and what 2014 will look like for the Winchester Brothers. Think zombies. And then there’s what we all want to know: Could there be a Season 6?

You have Lucifer [Mark Pellegrino] as a character. How about God? Where’s the High Holy been?
I know it sounds nuts, but God will be a character on Supernatural this season. He’s vanished from Heaven, which is why the Angels have taken over the joint, but we’re planning on God’s return, probably around the end of the season. This story thread has generated much hilarity in the Supernatural writer’s room. We ask ourselves questions like, “Well, what’s God’s motivation in this scene?” And then we start laughing, cause, you know, Gossip Girl just ain’t having these problems.

How will God enter into the battle?
Tune in.

Who will play Him—or Her? (Well, why not?)
You’ll see.

What can you tell us about Castiel [Misha Collins] and his future on the show? Haven’t the Angels turned against him? Will he basically be in the same condition as the Hunters?
Cass returns to the show as a hunted fugitive. All of Heaven is out to kill him. Some of his powers are beginning to fade. In short, he’s totally boned. But on top of that, he has an interesting story arc. Now that he’s cut off from heaven, he’s learning more and more, how to be human. Which leads to stories that are sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, and hopefully both. But he still looks the same—trenchcoat, tie, Misha’s face. No worries there.

Will any of the hunters be back this season to help Sam [Jared Padalecki] and Dean [Jensen Ackles] and Bobby [Jim Beaver]? If so, which ones?
We plan on bringing back practically every hunter who’s alive and kicking. It’s the Apocalypse, and it’s all hands on deck. Ellen [Samantha Ferris]. Jo [Alona Tal]. Rufus [Steven Williams]. Also, Chuck [Rob Benedict], though he’s technically not a hunter. I love bringing back characters that the boys have a history with—it leads to more interesting scenes—at least, I hope they’re more interesting. Who knows? You tell me.

How will the Apocalypse develop through the season? Will it literally be hell on earth?
Well, that’s the tension of the season. Things start bad—North Korea’s arming up, swine flu rips across the country, hurricanes slam into American cities—oh wait, all that is going on now. But seriously, we start bad and get worse. And the big question is, can Sam and Dean short-circuit the Apocalypse, before the planet is roasted alive?

What will we see when the show leaps five years into the future? Were you joking at Comic-Con when you said Sarah Palin would be President? If you weren’t, is that an indication of the aforesaid hell on earth?
No, we weren’t joking. Like I said, it is the Apocalypse, after all. Beyond that, the world in 2014 is a entertainingly nasty place to be. The Croatian virus, introduced in Season 2, has spread worldwide, resulting in a 28 Days Later situation. Our band of hunters have resorted to living in the woods, protecting as many terrified survivors as they can. When we meet our heroes in the future, we’ll see that time has changed them. Especially Castiel. But on the plus side, Chuck is living with the guys at the refugee camp, and he’s still as neurotic as ever.

Any hints on the infamous Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse?
They don’t ride horses. They drive muscle cars. The first horseman will be played by Titus Welliver, a brilliant actor and one of the regulars on Deadwood.

Will we see the boys’ dad, John Winchester, again? If so, could it be with an actor other than the super busy Jeffrey Dean Morgan?
It will either be Jeffrey, or we won’t do it. And yes, it is a matter of working out schedules. I’d love to make something work, if it was possible.

Are you looking to wind the show up as you have often said at the end of Season 5?
At the beginning of Supernatural, I had a five year plan, and, with some notable exceptions, I’ve stuck with that. And so, now that I’ve come this far, I feel I gotta take it the rest of the way home. Yes, this season, we are going to wrap up this storyline. We’re not going to stretch it out into Season 6, or otherwise dilute it. We’re going to make sure it’s told with a bang. This chapter is over, but that’s not to say another chapter won’t begin. If we returned for Season 6, we would commence a new epic storyline.

With your competition this season—Grey’s Anatomy, CSI, Fringe and the NBC comedies—do you identify with Sam and Dean? Your doughty little show against the big guns?
Yes. I’ve always felt like the screaming Japanese tourist underneath Godzilla and Mothra. But honestly, that’s where I like to be. I like being the underdog. That way, you can still surprise people.

Source: TV Guide Magazine

We’ve met young Dean and young Sam in past Supernatural flashbacks, but season five will include a flash-forward to 70-year-old Dean Winchester, and he’s exactly the old coot you’d expect him to be. (Watch With Kristin)

Castiel (Misha Collins) tells Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) that he is going to search for God, who will be able to defeat Lucifer. Bobby’s (Jim Beaver) old hunter friend, Rufus (guest star Steven Williams), is panicked about demons attacking his town, and begs Bobby for help. Sam and Dean arrive at the town and realize there is a spell over the townspeople, making them hallucinate that they are demons and causing them to kill one another. (IO9)

Executive producer Eric Kripke says that God Himself (or Herself) will enter the apocalyptic battle at some point late in the season, although he’s mum on the how and the who’s-going-to-play Him (or Her). Until then, it’s going to be all-out Armageddon; it’s 2014 and the Croation virus has spread across the world, Sarah Palin is president of the United States, and the hunters live in the woods, trying to protect the survivors. Castiel has now been cut off from heaven and as his powers start to fade, he becomes more and more in touch with his humanity — with sometimes funny, sometimes poignant results. As we mentioned before, Ellen, Jo, Rufus, and Chuck will all appear this season, and there’s a chance we’ll see Papa Winchester as well, but only if Jeffrey Dean Morgan is available. And the nature of Titus Welliver’s role has been revealed: he’ll be playing one of the muscle-car-driving Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. (TV Guide Magazine)

Sam and Dean’s inability to maintain meaningful long-term relationships with the opposite sex will continue throughout season 5. “We’ve returned to a conceit that works for us and that the fans seem to be able to swallow without vomiting, which is that there’s a girl in every port,” says series creator Eric Kripke. “We certainly have a lot of guest star female love interests that the boys help save and interact with. But at the moment, there are no plans for a longstanding romantic relationships.” (Michael Ausiello)

Anna does indeed return for season five. She first appears in episode two and is slated for additional appearances. (Watch With Kristin)

Picking up where the finale left off, the season premiere Sympathy For The Devil, Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) watch as the Devil (guest star Mark Pellegrino, “Lost”) emerges from Hell. The brothers and Bobby (Jim Beaver) deal with the aftermath of Lucifer rising and the stunning news from Chuck the Prophet (guest star Rob Benedict) that Castiel (Misha Collins) was blown to bits by the archangels. (KryptonSite)

“I don’t think I’ll ever give up the back story of how that [Ruby’s] knife got its powers,” creator Eric Kripke says. “I like to leave some things mysterious. And that’s likely to remain mysterious.” (Michael Ausiello)

“The Colt pistol is making a comeback,” Eric Kripke says. “I was actually in the [writers] room today breaking episode 10 and the cult pistol is in episode 10. And it also pops up a little bit earlier as well. The cult emerges as the boys’ best strategy to shooting the devil in the face.”(Michael Ausiello)

Supernatural Season 5 Spoilers & Scoop: Probable Season 6!

Supernatural – Episode 5.22 – Swan Song – Promotional Photos


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Supernatural – 5.22 – Swan Song – Press Release

THE APOCALYPSE – The entire season has been leading up to this showdown between good and evil. With the Apocalypse looming, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) realize they are out of options and make heart-breaking decisions that will change their lives forever. A beloved character is killed. Posted on KSiteTV. Steve Boyum directed the episode with teleplay by Eric Kripke and story by Eric Gewitz (#522).
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Supernatural – Repeats to Air on Friday’s

LOS ANGELES (thefutoncritic.com) — “Supernatural” is heading to Friday nights as repeats of the series will follow “Smallville” at 9:00/8:00c starting May 28.
Said news comes on the heels of today’s announcement that encores of the short-lived CBS drama “Moonlight” will assume “Supernatural’s” regular Thursday, 9:00/8:00c time period on June 3.
The move will undoubtedly fuel speculation that “Supernatural” will permanently take residence there for its sixth season.
The CW announces its 2010-11 season lineup on Thursday, May 20.
Source: The Futon Critic

Supernatural – Scan from TV Guide about Finale

Source: TV Guide

Supernatural – Episode 5.21 – Two Minutes to Midnight – Space Sneak Peek

Supernatural – Episode 5.21 – Two Minutes To Midnight – 2 More Sneak Peeks

Supernatural – 5.21 – Two Minutes To Midnight – Sneak Peek

Supernatural – Latest from Kristin – 27th April 2010
Dean is about to embark on very dangerous and expensive deal with Death. And no, we’re not talking financially
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Supernatural – Episode 5.21 – Two Minutes To Midnight – Promotional Photos
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Supernatural – Episode 5.21 – Two Minutes To Midnight – Promotional Photos
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Supernatural – Episode 5.21 – Two Minutes to Midnight – Press Release

THURSDAY, MAY 6

“SUPERNATURAL” – (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)

“Two Minutes to Midnight” (CONTENT RATING TBD) (HDTV)

BOBBY SELLS HIS SOUL TO HELP STOP THE APOCALYPSE/DEAN GOES HEAD TO HEAD WITH DEATH – Crowley (guest star Mark Sheppard) tells Bobby (Jim Beaver) he will give him the location of Death (guest star Julian Richings), the fourth horseman, in exchange for his soul. Knowing Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) need that fourth ring to stop the Apocalypse, Bobby reluctantly agrees. Sam and Dean confront Pestilence (guest star Matt Frewer), but he unleashes a deadly virus upon them, so Castiel (Misha Collins) must intervene on their behalf. Dean has a meeting with Death to discuss Lucifer, and an unholy alliance is formed at a very high price for Dean. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Sera Gamble (#521).

Source: CW

Supernatural – Episode 5.20 – The Devil You Know – Promotional Photos

Supernatural – Episode 5.20 – The Devil You Know – Synopsis

“SUPERNATURAL” — (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
“The Devil You Know” (CONTENT RATING TBD sptv050769) (HDTV)

SAM AND DEAN FACE OFF AGAINST THE HORSEMEN — The demon Crowley (guest star Mark Sheppard) tells Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) he can help them find the remaining Horsemen rings so they can trap Lucifer. The brothers are doubtful until Crowley leads them to Brady (guest star Eric Johnson), the Handler for Pestilence (guest star Matt Frewer) and Death. However, Brady refuses to give up their locations and sets Pestilence after the Winchesters…. Robert Singer directed the episode written by Ben Edlund (##520).
Source: CW

Supernatural – Latest from EW – 14th April

Question: Supernatural’s 100th episode is this week! To celebrate, how about a May sweeps scoop?
Ausiello: Exec producer Sera Gamble tells me that Dean’s looming face-off with Death is hands-down one of my favorite scenes in the history of the show.
Question: Any chance Meg (Rachel Miner) will be returning to Supernatural before the end of the season?
Ausiello: No
Source: EW

Supernatural – Episode 5.19 – Hammer of the Gods – Promotional Photos


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Supernatural – Episode 5.19 – Hammer of the Gods – Synopsis

“SUPERNATURAL” — (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
“Hammer of the Gods” (TV-14, DLSV sptv050769) (HDTV)

LUCIFER (MARK PELLEGRINO, “LOST”) RETURNS — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) are kidnapped by a group of gods, including Kali (guest star Rekha Sharma), Ganesh (guest star Keith Blackman Dallas) and Bladur (guest star Adam Croasdell) and held hostage in a small hotel. The gods want to use Sam and Dean as bargaining chips to stop the Apocalypse, but Gabriel (guest star Richard Speight, Jr.) shows up and warns them that if Lucifer finds them he will kill them all. Unfortunately, one of the gods turns on the rest and Lucifer appears. Rick Bota directed the episode written by Andrew Dabb & Daniel Loflin with story by David Reed (##519).
Source: CW

Supernatural – Season 5 DVD and Blu-Ray

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Exclusive: ‘Supernatural’ to ‘end with a bang’ in 2010 (but there’s a catch)

Source: The Ausiello Files

Supernatural-Jared_lSupernatural creator Eric Kripke is sticking by his word that his CW thriller will bow out next May after five seasons. Sort of.

“I did set out [to] tell a five-season storyline,” the exec maintains. “Quite frankly, I never expected [the show] to make it to five years. But now that we’re in our fifth year, I have every intention of ending the story with a bang and not drawing it out or watering it down.”

Relax, Supe Nazis. Here’s that catch I promised you… “That having been said,” Kripke continues, “I’m looking at this season as the last chapter in this particular story. That doesn’t mean there can’t be a new story. Buffy did it. The X-Files did it. You close a chapter on a big mythology storyline and then you begin a new one.

“One of the things I like about this show is we don’t draw out mysteries endlessly,” he adds. “We’ll answer a bunch of questions this season and then pose some new ones next season.”

Of course, that’s assuming there is a next season. The CW has yet to renew Supernatural for a sixth go-’round. And even if the show does come back, would Kripke still be involved? “I don’t know,” hedges Supe’s fearless leader, who doesn’t have a deal in place beyond season 5. “I’m going to cross that bridge when I get to it.”

What say you, Supe fans? Would you prefer to see Sam and Dean go out with a bang next May? Or are you cool with the show continuing on and running the risk of limping to the finish line like The X-Files and Buffy? And the even bigger question: Is there Supernatural life after Kripke? Sound off below!

Supernatural – Picked up for a 6th Season

So are you Supernatural Fans happy to see a 6th Season?

First it was Smallville, now Supernatural. A couple of days ago we reported that Smallville had been picked up for a tenth season. Industry sources in Vancouver provided CinemaSpy with the tip, indicating that while the official announcement has not yet been made, behind-the-scenes it’s all but a done-deal. Today we’ve been informed that Supernatural, too, has been confirmed with another season, in this case its sixth.

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Supernatural – Episode 5.13 – The Song Remains The Same – Promotional Photos

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Supernatural – Episode 5.13 – Episode Name Change

Episode 5.13 that was known as “Back to the Future II” has just been changed to “The Song Remains the Same” today by the CW… Maybe they had issues using the Films name.. who knows…

Supernatural – Episode 5.13 – Back To The Future, Part 2 – Synopsis

JOHN WINCHESTER IS BACK — The angels send Anna (guest star Julie McNiven) back in time to kill John (guest star Matthew Cohen) and Mary (guest star Amy Gumenick) Winchester before they can conceive Sam (Jared Padalecki) knowing that if Sam was never born then Lucifer won’t be able to use him as his vessel. Castiel (Misha Collins) sends Sam and Dean (Jensen Ackles) back to 1978 so they can stop Anna, and the two brothers are reunited with their parents. Mary recognizes Dean as a hunter since he visited her in the past once before but tries to keep the truth from John. Steve Boyum directed the episode written by Sera Gamble & Nancy Weiner (#513).

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Supernatural – Episode 5.14 – Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid – Promotional Photo .

Supernatural – Episode 5.14 – My Bloody Valentine – Promotional Photos

Supernatural – Episode 5.15 – My Bloody Valentine – Synopsis

CUPID MAKES AN APPEARANCE

Castiel (Misha Collins) helps Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) hunt down Cupid (guest star Lex Medlin) on Valentine’s Day after townspeople start to kill each other for love. However, after Cupid tells them he’s innocent, they discover Famine (guest star James Otis), one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, has arrived in town.

Mike Rohl directed the episode written by Ben Edlund (#0515).

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Supernatural – Episode 5.15 – My Bloody Valentine – News from EW

Loathe Valentine’s Day? Then you’re going to seriously heart Supernatural’s fittingly dark take on the candy-and-flowers holiday.

First, some casting scoop: Southland’s Lex Medlin has been tapped to play Cupid in the Feb. 11 episode, titled a “My Bloody Valentine.”

Now the plot deets: When couples all over town start engaging in obsessive, compulsive, and deadly behavior, Sam and Dean launch an investigation. With the help of Castiel, they learn that Maryann from True Blood a naked Cherub (Medlin, above) may be involved and track him down for questioning.

The spoilery twist: The ******** *a**** may be the real culprit!

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Supernatural – New BTS Photos

Supernatural – Episode 5.18 – Point of No Return

The 100th episode of Supernatural will be called “Point of No Return”

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Supernatural – Episode 5.19 – OMFG – Casting Call

[KALI] (20-30’s).. A beautiful Indian woman, wearing stilettos, pencil skirt and a low cut top, she looks like the hottest lawyer you’ve ever seen. Intimidating, calm, powerful, always in control, sensual with a sensitive side, but can be deadly when she wants something. She’ is a leader with plans and the determination to put them in place.sptv050769..GUEST STAR (4)

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Supernatural – Sera Gamble Interview

The boys are back! Supernatural, the People’s Choice Award winner for Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy series finally returns on January 21. TV Guide Magazine told you all about that first episode—Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) check into a psychiatric hospital and things get all mental—and creepy of course. We asked executive producer Sera Gamble to share with us some more of what the show has to offer in the coming months. Look for tragedy, pathos and plenty of black humor.

On February 4, you’re doing a “Back to the Future” episode when Sam and Dean time travel to 1978. What are they attempting to do?

Sam and Dean go back to try to save their mom and dad—from a threat that also travels back in time from 2020—Terminator style.

What are the consequences if they don’t succeed—or they do?

If the baddie succeeds, Mary and John [Amy Gumenick and Matthew Cohen, above] will be murdered—and Sam and Dean will never be born. So, you could say the stakes are pretty high for the guys.

Is it a heartbreaker?

Definitely. Sam seeing his parents is heart-wrenching—particularly his mom, because she died when he was just a baby. When he first meets her, he’s so overwhelmed he can’t even speak. But I think the most heartbreaking story is Mary’s. She’s done everything she can to leave hunting behind and have a normal life with John. But as the episode unfolds, we see her realize she can never escape.

For Valentine’s Day you have “My Bloody Valentine,” airing February 11, with a Cupid. This being Supernatural, what kind of havoc does he or she create?

Well, for starters, he shows up stark naked and gunning for hugs! Sam and Dean are investigating a series of gory murder/suicides—all people who were desperately in love. They suspect the culprit may be the supernatural being who made the matches to begin with—a Cupid [played by Southland’s Lex Medlin, as first reported by EW.com] gone rogue. So they capture and interrogate him. All I can say is, he is a very loving dude. It’s hilarious.

What else can we look forward to before your Olympic break?

Anna [Julie McNiven], the fallen angel, will make a reappearance. You’ll find out what happened after Castiel [Misha Collins] turned her in last season.

How is the Apocalypse storyline advanced? Do any more harbingers of doom appear?

The Horsemen are active in upcoming episodes—you’ll meet Famine, and find out some of what Death has been doing since Lucifer [Mark Pellegrino] raised him. Other upcoming episodes will also touch on events and creatures from the Book of Revelation. One involves the dead rising—in the form of zombies who seem so benign and reasonable that Dean and Sam are torn: They’re technically monsters, but are they a problem that needs to be solved?

Anything else you can tease?

The search for God will soon yield a solid lead. The Archangel Michael will be introduced. We will answer the question, “What does Castiel act like when he’s drunk off his ass?” And the brothers will go to Heaven. Yes, actual Heaven.

Source: TV Guide Magazine

Three Clips From ‘Supernatural’ Season 5 Premiere

Taken from the first episode called ‘Sympathy for the Devil’, the clips show changes in relationship between Dean and his brother Sam after the Devil is accidentally released by the latter.

Three Clips From 'Supernatural' Season 5 PremiereSource: Ace Showbiz TV News

See larger image More scenes from the season premiere of “” is released, showing the first fight between Dean and Sam after the latter broke the seal. Sam keeps apologizing to Dean about what he did but Dean is angry because Sam keeps bringing it up instead of cleaning up the mess. The brothers then agreed to work together in bringing down the devil. In another clip, Chuck the Prophet mistakenly strikes Sam with a stick because in his vision the Winchester is looking nothing like normal. Chuck then delivers a startling message about Castiel, telling the brothers that the angels have exploded him into pieces. Also, Zachary talks some sense into Dean that the Apocalypse is now, and that they must work together to stop it. It is believed that the fifth season will be the last of the series. Creator Eric Kripke said he didn’t quite expect to see it beyond five-season storyline but never excluded the possibility for another one too. “That doesn’t mean there can’t be a new story. Buffy did it. The X-Files did it. You close a chapter on a big mythology storyline and then you begin a new one,” he explained. The episode called “Sympathy for the Devil” will kick off the whole season 5 on September 10.

Supernatural – Episode 5.01 – Sympathy for the Devil – Promotional Photos

Supernatural – Episode 5.01 – Sympathy for the Devil – Official Description

APOCALYPSE NOW — Picking up where the finale left off, Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) watch as the Devil (guest star Mark Pellegrino, “Lost”) emerges from Hell. The brothers and Bobby (Jim Beaver) deal with the aftermath of Lucifer rising and the stunning news from Chuck the Prophet (guest star Rob Benedict) that Castiel (Misha Collins) was blown to bits by the archangels. Robert Singer directed the episode written by Eric Kripke (#501).

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Supernatural – Episode 5.02 – Good God, Y’All – Promotional Photos

Supernatural – Episode 5.02 – Good God, Y’All – Synopsis

In hopes of defeating Lucifer, Castiel decides to search for God; Bobby’s friend, Rufus, begs for help when demons begin attacking his town.

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Supernatural – Episode 5.02 – Good God, Y’All – Synopsis

“Good God, Y’all” (TV-14, LV) (HDTV)

IS THIS THE END? — Castiel (Misha Collins) tells Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) that he is going to search for God, who will be able to defeat Lucifer. Bobby’s (Jim Beaver) old hunter friend, Rufus (guest star Steven Williams), is panicked about demons attacking his town, and begs Bobby for help. Sam and Dean arrive at the town and realize there is a spell over the townspeople, making them hallucinate that they are demons and causing them to kill one another. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Sera Gamble (#501).

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Supernatural – Episode 5.03 – Free to be you and me – Synopsis

ADRIANNE PALICIKI GUEST STARS — Not sure he trusts himself anymore, Sam (Jared Padalecki) decides to give up hunting, but a late-night visitor (guest star Adrianne Palicki) won’t let him off the hook that easily. Dean (Jensen Ackles), intent on stopping the Apocalypse, continues hunting on his own and teams up with Castiel (Misha Collins) to find the Archangel Raphael, as Castiel believes Raphael knows God’s location. Miller Tobin directed the episode written by Jeremy Carver (#503).

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Supernatural – Episode 5.05 – Fallen Idol

Episode 5.05 has been officially named as “Fallen Idol”. It was formally known as “Celebrity Skin” during the auditions/draft scripts.

This is the episode featuring Paris Hilton

Supernatural – Latest from Paris Hilton

Still on set shooting, the scenes are going great! A lot of stunts and fighting scenes! 🙂

Just wrapped on set! So much fun working on Supernatural. Jared and Jensen are so nice and such great actors. I had a great time. 🙂

I’m so tired and sore from all the stunts and fighting scenes while shooting yesterday.

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Supernatural – Episode 5.06 – I believe the children are our future – Casting Call

[JESSE] 11-year-old boy (10-13 to play 11), he is a smart and sad all-American kid who is wise beyond his years and way too serious for his age – and has a real independent streak. Adopted as an infant, he has no idea of his lineage, simply perplexed by his uncanny powers. A firm believer in all things kid-like, such as the Tooth Fairy and the danger of joy buzzers. He is faced with a very grown up decision. Please denote age next to your suggestions …RECURRING GUEST STAR

[JULIA] In her early 30s, mousy and pale, Julia looks like she hasn’t had a good night’s sleep in about eleven years. Sort of meek, she becomes overtaken by a dark, dark force…GUEST STAR

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Supernatural – Searching for new Recurring

I recently received a tip that Supernatural was planning to unveil its version of the Tooth Fairy in this season’s sixth episode. Well, the following casting prattle explains why…

Jesse: An all-American boy age 11 who is wise beyond his years. He was adopted as an infant and remains perplexed by his unusual powers. He possesses a childlike innocence—he believes in the Tooth Fairy (Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding!)! He suddenly finds himself faced with a very adult decision. Recurring role.

Got casting tips? Post ‘em below!

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Supernatural – Episode 5.07 – The Curious Case Of Dean Winchester – Casting Call

Director: Robert Singer

Writer: Sera Gamble

Filming: 10th September – 21st September

[PATRICK] 30-40, charismatic, extremely likeable and charming, with a devil-may-care attitude and a twinkle in his eye. He is a well-dressed, expert card shark and poker player, with a wicked sense of humor and an unnerving ability to read people. A slick con man and thief who enjoys toying with everyone around him. However, he also is capable of genuine empathy for certain players, and he’s deeply committed to Lia, the love of his life…GUEST STAR (15)

[OLDER DEAN WINCHESTER] Between 70-80 years old, he is Dean (JENSEN ACKLES) aged into an old man. He hasn’t lost any of his verve, or edge, just his speed.sptv050769…GUEST STAR (20)

[LIA] 20s, she is a BEAUTIFUL, troubled woman in cahoots with her boyfriend, Patrick. Empathetic, but also eventually lonely….GUEST STAR (15)

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Supernatural to end 2010 (Kind Of)

uperantural creator Eric Kripke is sticking by his word that his CW thriller will bow out next May after five seasons. Sort of.

“I did set out [to] tell a five-season storyline,” the exec maintains. “Quite frankly, I never expected [the show] to make it to five years. But now that we’re in our fifth year, I have every intention of ending the story with a bang and not drawing it out our watering it down.”

Relax, Supe Nazis. Here’s that catch I promised you…“That having been said,” Kripke continues, “I’m looking at this season as the last chapter in this particular story. That doesn’t mean there can’t be a new story. Buffy did it. The X-Files did it. You close a chapter on a big mythology storyline and then you begin a new one.

“One of the things I like about this show is we don’t draw out mysteries endlessly,” he adds. “We’ll answer a bunch of questions this season and then pose some new ones next season.”

Of course, that’s assuming there is a next season. The CW has yet to renew Supernatural for a sixth go-’round. And even if the show does come back, would Kripke still be involved? “I don’t know,” hedges Supe’s fearless leader, who doesn’t have a deal in place beyond season 5. “I’m going to cross that bridge when I get to it.”

What say you, Supe fans? Would you prefer to see Sam and Dean go out with a bang next May? Or are you cool with the show continuing on and running the risk of limping to the finish line like The X-Files and Buffy? And the even bigger question: Is there Supernatural life after Kripke? Sound off below!

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Supernatural – Eric Kripke Interview

Supernatural exec producer Eric Kripke gave us such good scoop on Season 5 back in July, so we thought we’d go back and try for some more. With new episodes set to return Thursday, September 10, the cult show’s creator tells us about writing for God, Castiel’s future, President Sarah Palin and what 2014 will look like for the Winchester Brothers. Think zombies. And then there’s what we all want to know: Could there be a Season 6?

You have Lucifer [Mark Pellegrino] as a character. How about God? Where’s the High Holy been?

I know it sounds nuts, but God will be a character on Supernatural this season. He’s vanished from Heaven, which is why the Angels have taken over the joint, but we’re planning on God’s return, probably around the end of the season. This story thread has generated much hilarity in the Supernatural writer’s room. We ask ourselves questions like, “Well, what’s God’s motivation in this scene?” And then we start laughing, cause, you know, Gossip Girl just ain’t having these problems.

How will God enter into the battle?

Tune in.

Who will play Him—or Her? (Well, why not?)

You’ll see.

What can you tell us about Castiel [Misha Collins] and his future on the show? Haven’t the Angels turned against him? Will he basically be in the same condition as the Hunters?

Cass returns to the show as a hunted fugitive. All of Heaven is out to kill him. Some of his powers are beginning to fade. In short, he’s totally boned. But on top of that, he has an interesting story arc. Now that he’s cut off from heaven, he’s learning more and more, how to be human. Which leads to stories that are sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, and hopefully both. But he still looks the same—trenchcoat, tie, Misha’s face. No worries there.

Will any of the hunters be back this season to help Sam [Jared Padalecki] and Dean [Jensen Ackles] and Bobby [Jim Beaver]? If so, which ones?

We plan on bringing back practically every hunter who’s alive and kicking. It’s the Apocalypse, and it’s all hands on deck. Ellen [Samantha Ferris]. Jo [Alona Tal]. Rufus [Steven Williams]. Also, Chuck [Rob Benedict], though he’s technically not a hunter. I love bringing back characters that the boys have a history with—it leads to more interesting scenes—at least, I hope they’re more interesting. Who knows? You tell me.

How will the Apocalypse develop through the season? Will it literally be hell on earth?

Well, that’s the tension of the season. Things start bad—North Korea’s arming up, swine flu rips across the country, hurricanes slam into American cities—oh wait, all that is going on now. But seriously, we start bad and get worse. And the big question is, can Sam and Dean short-circuit the Apocalypse, before the planet is roasted alive?

What will we see when the show leaps five years into the future? Were you joking at Comic-Con when you said Sarah Palin would be President? If you weren’t, is that an indication of the aforesaid hell on earth?

No, we weren’t joking. Like I said, it is the Apocalypse, after all. Beyond that, the world in 2014 is a entertainingly nasty place to be. The Croatian virus, introduced in Season 2, has spread worldwide, resulting in a 28 Days Later situation. Our band of hunters have resorted to living in the woods, protecting as many terrified survivors as they can. When we meet our heroes in the future, we’ll see that time has changed them. Especially Castiel. But on the plus side, Chuck is living with the guys at the refugee camp, and he’s still as neurotic as ever.

Any hints on the infamous Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse?

They don’t ride horses. They drive muscle cars. The first horseman will be played by Titus Welliver, a brilliant actor and one of the regulars on Deadwood.

Will we see the boys’ dad, John Winchester, again? If so, could it be with an actor other than the super busy Jeffrey Dean Morgan?

It will either be Jeffrey, or we won’t do it. And yes, it is a matter of working out schedules. I’d love to make something work, if it was possible.

Are you looking to wind the show up as you have often said at the end of Season 5?

At the beginning of Supernatural, I had a five year plan, and, with some notable exceptions, I’ve stuck with that. And so, now that I’ve come this far, I feel I gotta take it the rest of the way home. Yes, this season, we are going to wrap up this storyline. We’re not going to stretch it out into Season 6, or otherwise dilute it. We’re going to make sure it’s told with a bang. This chapter is over, but that’s not to say another chapter won’t begin. If we returned for Season 6, we would commence a new epic storyline.

With your competition this season—Grey’s Anatomy, CSI, Fringe and the NBC comedies—do you identify with Sam and Dean? Your doughty little show against the big guns?

Yes. I’ve always felt like the screaming Japanese tourist underneath Godzilla and Mothra. But honestly, that’s where I like to be. I like being the underdog. That way, you can still surprise people.

Source: TV Guide Magazine

We’ve met young Dean and young Sam in past Supernatural flashbacks, but season five will include a flash-forward to 70-year-old Dean Winchester, and he’s exactly the old coot you’d expect him to be. (Watch With Kristin)

Castiel (Misha Collins) tells Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) that he is going to search for God, who will be able to defeat Lucifer. Bobby’s (Jim Beaver) old hunter friend, Rufus (guest star Steven Williams), is panicked about demons attacking his town, and begs Bobby for help. Sam and Dean arrive at the town and realize there is a spell over the townspeople, making them hallucinate that they are demons and causing them to kill one another. (IO9)

Executive producer Eric Kripke says that God Himself (or Herself) will enter the apocalyptic battle at some point late in the season, although he’s mum on the how and the who’s-going-to-play Him (or Her). Until then, it’s going to be all-out Armageddon; it’s 2014 and the Croation virus has spread across the world, Sarah Palin is president of the United States, and the hunters live in the woods, trying to protect the survivors. Castiel has now been cut off from heaven and as his powers start to fade, he becomes more and more in touch with his humanity — with sometimes funny, sometimes poignant results. As we mentioned before, Ellen, Jo, Rufus, and Chuck will all appear this season, and there’s a chance we’ll see Papa Winchester as well, but only if Jeffrey Dean Morgan is available. And the nature of Titus Welliver’s role has been revealed: he’ll be playing one of the muscle-car-driving Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. (TV Guide Magazine)

Sam and Dean’s inability to maintain meaningful long-term relationships with the opposite sex will continue throughout season 5. “We’ve returned to a conceit that works for us and that the fans seem to be able to swallow without vomiting, which is that there’s a girl in every port,” says series creator Eric Kripke. “We certainly have a lot of guest star female love interests that the boys help save and interact with. But at the moment, there are no plans for a longstanding romantic relationships.” (Michael Ausiello)

Anna does indeed return for season five. She first appears in episode two and is slated for additional appearances. (Watch With Kristin)

Picking up where the finale left off, the season premiere Sympathy For The Devil, Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) watch as the Devil (guest star Mark Pellegrino, “Lost”) emerges from Hell. The brothers and Bobby (Jim Beaver) deal with the aftermath of Lucifer rising and the stunning news from Chuck the Prophet (guest star Rob Benedict) that Castiel (Misha Collins) was blown to bits by the archangels. (KryptonSite)

“I don’t think I’ll ever give up the back story of how that [Ruby’s] knife got its powers,” creator Eric Kripke says. “I like to leave some things mysterious. And that’s likely to remain mysterious.” (Michael Ausiello)

“The Colt pistol is making a comeback,” Eric Kripke says. “I was actually in the [writers] room today breaking episode 10 and the cult pistol is in episode 10. And it also pops up a little bit earlier as well. The cult emerges as the boys’ best strategy to shooting the devil in the face.”(Michael Ausiello)

Jim Beaver said to expect a huge Bobby-related twist early in Supernatural’s fifth season. He says, “There’s something pretty big that happens with Bobby in the first episodes. Really big. It’s going to have a huge impact on his relationship with the boys—but I don’t know what that impact is, because I’ve only seen the first three scripts.” (Watch With Kristin)

Comic-Con Spoilers

D & S are going through a destroyed house. Samturns a corner and CHUCK slams him in the head with a toilet plunger. Then Chuck tells the boys Cas is Dead, Dean is PISSED. Then Chuck feels the angels coming and it’s Zach. With ATTITUDE and Dean is PISSED. AGAIN. Great scene between them. And then Dean’s had enough and uses the blood glyph to kick their asses out (Zach has angel minions).

Episode 4 will be the Future Episode.

– Episode 4 of this season will be set five years in the future and is described by Kripke as his “28 Days Later episode”.

– This year will be the most optimistic season of the show ever. After spending the majority of last season tearing the Winchester family apart, this season will bring them back together.

Eric Kripke: ” We’ll be doing a story on Celebrity Ghosts, including a homicidal Abe Lincoln

Rufus will return to Supernatural and they are trying to bring back as many hunters as possible this season

Ellen and Jo Harvelle are coming back to supernatural in season five

Comic Con 2009: God to Finally Appear on ‘Supernatural’

The producers are cautiously approaching the story idea of God who ‘has left the building’ throughout most of the show.

Source: Ace Showbiz

Comic Con 2009: God to Finally Appear on 'Supernatural' See larger image Two things that “” will offer a lot in the fifth season are the re-appearance of old faces and a bunch of new but interesting characters. During the show’s panel at San Diego Comic Con, producers Eric Kripke and Sera Gamble, supported also by screenwriter Ben Edlund, explained that mythological creatures from the bible and even God himself may come at some point of the show. Since the new season will jump on the apocalypse wagon, The Four Horsemen of Apocalypse is part of the plan. Kripke joked that these people will be modernized, saying “The Four Horsemen are not going to be riding horses but color coordinated muscle cars. Why ride a horse when you can be in a Mustang?”

About the God’s part, Gamble explained that they are “approaching it cautiously”. She said, “There is a lot of doubt because a lot of characters are angry at God for not stepping in and doing something about what’s going on.” During a backstage interview with E! Online, Kripke shared, “I’m not going to reveal how or where, and he’s not going to thread in anytime soon, but this is the big season and we felt we couldn’t bring on the devil without bringing on God, too, and again, it brings us no end of amusement that our little show has these characters and we’re asking these kinds of questions.”

Another tidbit coming from the writer’s room is the possibility of having celebrity ghosts. One icon mentioned was ex-U.S. president Abraham Lincoln. On which actors are returning for more action in season 5, the producers can confirm Alona Tal (Jo Harvelle), Samantha Ferris (Ellen Harvelle), Adrianne Palicki (Jessica Moore) and Steven Williams (Rufus Turner). For one thing, they only got into production up until the sixth episode, thus the future is not foreseen. The “Supernatural” panel was missing the lead stars and because they were catching up with the shooting schedule in Vancouver. Two other stars, Jim Beaver and Misha Collins however, were present in support.

Episodic Spoilers

Exclusive – Episode 5.01 – Casting Call

[SUSAN] Female; mid 30’s-40; attractive, vulnerable, gentle and sympathetic wife (we can’t give the storyline…but it is a great role) GUEST STAR

[MEG] 30; she is a sexy ruthless and violent emissary of a dark and bloody power (this is a great recurring role) GUEST STAR RECURRING; PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 5.01 – Script Sneak Peek

Here there is the transcript:

INT MOTEL ROOM – NIGHT – CONTINUOUS

Dean Struggles. As —

The MOTEL DOOR OPENS. And a BEAUTIFUL WOMAN, 30, ENTERS. Along with a DEMON MINION.

BEAUTIFUL WOMAN

I always knew you were a big, dumb, slow, dim pain in the ass, Dean. But I never dreamt you were so V.I.P. I mean, you’re supposed to ice the Devil? You? if I’d known, I’d’ve ripped your pretty, pretty face off ages ago.

DEAN

(chilled)

…Ruby…

BEAUTIFUL WOMAN

(rolls her eyes)

Try again. Go back further.

DEAN

Meg.

Yep — it’s our old Season One Adversary, the Demon Meg! In a new meatsuit. She smiles.

Source: TV Guide

Supernatural – Episode 5.01 – Sympathy for the Devil – Promotional Photos

Supernatural Season 4 Finale Recap “Lucifer Rising”

Jared Padalecki and Genevieve Cortese, SupernaturalTHEN: Lilith wanted to break the 66 Seals to bring Lucifer to Earth.  Dean was recruited by the angels to stop it while Sam went his own route, drinking demon blood until he became strong enough to defeat her.  This difference in strategy caused the brothers to have an epic fight and vow never to speak to each other again.

NOW (actually, still THEN, since the opening scene takes place in 1972): At a Maryland convent in 1972, a priest is terrified when a demon rushes in and takes over his body.  The next day the priest fives a sermon to the nuns that his dad is locked away and that, ironically, he recently learned that the door to his cage is at that very convent.  The demon priest yells at the nuns and then his eyes goes Yellow before he has some fun.  That’s right…Azazel is Lucifer’s son!

Ruby and Sam stop on the side of the road.  Ruby thinks Dean was wrong to say what he said, but Sam actually agrees with him.  There’s something evil inside of him and Sam realizes what he has to do and he knows Dean is better off without him.

The camera cuts to Dean in a mirror image of Sam’s face when they first showed him.  Dean is feeling sorry for himself.  He claims Sam never wanted this and that he’s glad Sam’s gone.  Uncle Bobby gets fed up with their childish crap and turns on the tough love.  He yells at Dean telling him that family isn’t supposed to make you feel good and he should stop being such a whiny brat.  You tell him, Bobby!

Bobby also tells Dean that John was a coward and that Dean is more of a man than John ever was.  I understand the purpose of a pep speech, but I think if you spoke to Alastair and found out about the breaking of the first Seal, you might think differently on that matter.

Then Dean is magically transported to what I can only assume is Heaven’s waiting room.  It’s nicely decorated and there’s beer and burgers.  Perhaps this is Heaven for Dean.  Zachariah and Castiel show up, and Dean calls it The Suite Life of Zach and Cas.  The angels don’t get the reference, and even Dean seems a little ashamed that he just made a reference to a Disney Channel series.

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‘Supernatural’ Finale: Welcome to the apocalypse

Source: Zap2it.com Recaps

It’s been a season of ups and downs on Supernatural, so it only makes sense that the finale gave us the beginning of the end.

It’s a beginning that began in a convent in 1972, when Azazel figured out how to get a call to Lucifer’s cage and got the message that Lilith was the only one who could break him out. He was told to find the unholy one a very special baby. Flash to Sam getting a pep talk from Ruby about how he and Dean can patch things up after he saves the world. Meanwhile, Bobby is trying to convince Dean to reach out to his brother. Unfortunately, one thing the Winchester boys have in common is how stubborn they each are.

Also stubborn, are the heavenly host, who zap Dean to a room with no view before Bobby can convince him to find Sam. Zachariah and Castiel tell him there is only one seal left  and they want to keep him safe until the proper time comes for him to do….whatever it is he is supposed to do. It’s a topic they are still vague on, much to Dean’s annoyance. While Dean is cooling his heals, he calls Sam to apologize for their fight but gets voicemail. That’s because Sam and Ruby are busy torturing Lilith’s chef to get the location of the final seal. They decide to keep her around as an energy drink for Sam, so she pulls a switch by allowing the host to have control while she naps within. As Sam closes the natal nurse into his trunk, we get a view of how far down a dark road he’s traveled.

Also on a dark road are the angels, as Zachariah reveals to Dean that they aren’t interested in stopping Lilith at all. In fact, Lilith is the last seal, and Sam defeating her will bring Lucifer out of retirement, they’ll have a mighty war, Heaven will win and peace will reign on earth. He’s less concerned about the collateral damage of “truckloads” of humans. They just need to keep Dean away from Sam in the meantime. Which means Dean needs to try to appeal to Castiel’s greater nature to do what truly right.

Sam is struggling with ultimate right and wrong as well, which plays out in the decision to drink the nurse or not. He decides to listen to Dean’s voicemail, only what we hear is not what Dean said. Gone is the apology, replaced with a vicious threat denouncing sam as a monster beyond redemption. Sam decides to drink the nurse and save the world. Castiel has come to a decision too, breaking Dean free and taking him to the prophet to find out where the final seal is. Castiel promises to hold off the archangels and sends Dean to the convent.

Dean reaches the convent just in time to see Sam pinning Lilith in place with his mojo and for Ruby to flash him a smile as she closes the doors. He bangs on the doors, yelling for his brother and for a moment it almost seems like he will get through. Until Lilith taunts him about turning himself into a monster and not having the will to bite. His eyes go pitch black and with a few explosions of light, the first demon is no more. As her blood begins to run in a circle, Ruby reveals to him that he just broke the last seal.  She tells him that he will be richly rewarded as Dean finally breaks into the room. She tells him he’s too late, but he hardly seems to care as he guts her with the demon knife. Meanwhile, Lilith’s blood has formed a vortex, which becomes a pillar of light. “He’s coming” are the last words we hear.

In the last few weeks, many of us predicted the finale would come down to a conflict between the brothers. Were you surprised not to see that happen, but to have the real conflict be in how heaven and hell used them as pawns? Were you glad to see Ruby get killed? Will Sam be able to handle the guilt of having brought about the apocalypse? Will Dean be able to beat Lucifer? Is Castiel now banished from heaven for going against upper management? And where in the world is God in all this?

Supernatural Season Finale Spoilers: Dean vs. Sam in 4.22: ‘Lucifer Rising’

Episode 4.22: Lucifer Rising (Season finale) Airdate: May 14, 2009

The apocalypse is coming, and Sam and Dean prepare for the fight in very different ways. Sam joins Ruby on a final run to kill Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher), while Castiel and Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) tell Dean it’s time to play his part in stopping Lucifer. Source: The CW

Episode 4.22 – Lucifer Rising – Promotional Photos

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What can you tell us about the Supernatural season finale? MATT: What can I tell you that’s not already out there? The apocalypse is nearing, the boys battle each other in a bloody-good smack-down, the hunt is on for Lilith before she breaks the final seal…. All in all, I’d brace for something extra-special, as far as Supernatural goes, seeing as this is only the second time series creator Erik Kripke has directed an episode — and the very first time he has worked off one of his own scripts. P.S. I assume you spied our sneak peek of this week’s episodeSource: TV Guide Online

‘Supernatural’ 4th Season Finale Preview: Lucifer Rising

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It all comes down to the final battle in ‘Supernatural’ May 14 finale, Sam goes with Ruby while Dean teams up with Castiel and Zac.

'Supernatural' 4th Season Finale Preview: Lucifer Rising See larger image The season finale of “” will air next week, May 14 with the apocalypse finally arriving. Sam and Dean prepare for the fight in very different ways. Sam joins Ruby on a final run to kill Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher), while Castiel and Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) tell Dean it’s time to play his part in stopping Lucifer. Creator Eric Kripke who directs the episode, has shared some hints to TV Guide regarding the characters on the verge of Apocalypse. He said, “The Apocalypse is coming down to the wire, and it’s time for Dean to play his part. While we’re on the subject, besides Zach and Cass, a lot of the Angel gang are coming back. Anna makes an appearance, and even the Prophet Chuck pops in for a bit.” He also confirmed that there will be a “big cliffhanger” as well as major deaths that will affect the storyline of the fifth season.

Three Clips From ‘Supernatural’ 4th Season Finale

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Beside the fight against Lucifer and Lilith, ‘Supernatural’ season finale on May 14 will show the internal rift between Sam and Dean.

Three Clips From 'Supernatural' 4th Season Finale
See larger image A big portion of the season finale of “” has been given through a three-minute clip. Consisting of three different scenes, the sneak peek lacks of the anticipated action but provides the dilemma experienced by each of the Winchester brothers. In the first clip, Sam talks to Ruby on his decision to go against Dean. In the second clip meanwhile, Dean complains about Sam’s attitude to Bobby and got yelled at for being soft. The third and last clip shows Castiel and Zachary approaching Dean for a strategy to kill Lilith. The fourth season finale airs Thursday, May 14. The official synopsis is read: “The apocalypse is coming, and Sam and Dean prepare for the fight in very different ways. Sam joins Ruby on a final run to kill Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher), while Castiel and Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) tell Dean it’s time to play his part in stopping Lucifer.”

Supernatural Preview: For Sam, “There’s No Turning Back”

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Jared Padalecki and Genevieve Cortese, Supernatural

For the few of you who have recovered from “When the Levee Breaks,” it’s time now to start prepping for Supernatural‘s Season 4 finale. And here is a sneak peek. Airing May 14, “Lucifer Rising” finds the brothers nearing the end of their long-dreaded (by fans) collision course. Here is the official logline for the season-ender: “Dealing with the aftermath of a newly created, crushing rift in their relationship, Sam and Dean each race down a different path to try to stop the impending apocalypse from happening. Guest stars include Jim Beaver as Bobby, Genevieve Cortese as Ruby, Misha Collins as Castiel, Katherine Boecher as Lilith, Kurt Fuller as Zachariah and Rob Benedict as Chuck. “Lucifer Rising” was written and directed by series creator Eric Kripke. In this preview clip, a tormented Sam confabs with Ruby about what he “must do”

Supernatural Season 4 Finale FULL TRAILER NEW!!!

Jim Beaver Spills on Supernatural

Source: Kristin on E!Online

Supernatural, Jim Beaver On Supernatural, do Jared and Jensen treat you as an uncle figure offscreen as well as on, or do they prank you as they apparently do everyone else?
Those aren’t exactly oppositional questions! But, no, they don’t treat me like an uncle. They treat me like a friend. I never get any sense that they think I’m older and wiser. [Laughs.] We’re just three guys doing a job that we love and we enjoy each other’s company. They haven’t pranked me much, just once maybe twice, and I don’t know if that’s because they’re scared of me, but I don’t think that’s true. Maybe I just don’t give them enough reaction, but I will say, oh my gosh, I love working with Jared and Jensen! They’re just absolute hoots to be with, and we get along great. They’re sweet, smart guys and they’re good at what they do and that’s what I look for in a colleague.

Grahame in Washington, D.C.: What’s Bobby’s current feeling about the angels?
Bobby’s got a certain wait and see quality about him. I think probably he doesn’t accept everything at face value but he’s willing to go along until the facts prove him wrong or prove that he should take another look at things. I think he’s kind of willing to accept the angels as allies and make use of them, as long as nothing signals that he should change that opinion.

Patrice in Evansville, Ind.: Lately there’s been a lot of talk about how being close to the Winchesters can be dangerous to one’s health. Is Bobby in especial danger—could he become a target?
I think there’s probably something to that. I hadn’t given much thought to that aspect but the fact is that when you’re a solo hunter all you’ve really got to look out is for yourself. When your job description includes getting two hotheaded young guys out of various situations then regardless of your personal feelings for them, it’s going to be dangerous. You’ve got to have eyes in the back of your head if you’re keeping eyes on the two guys.

Any fans of Supernatural‘s Bobby out there? Anyone interested in taking his job of keeping yes on Jensen Ackles and Jared Padelecki?

‘Supernatural’: Is Bobby kicking the bucket?

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Tonight, “Supernatural” wraps its fourth season and the finale promises to bring the mayhem that’s been brewing to a boiling point. The race is on to prevent the final seals from being broken and there will be causalities. One person whose future isn’t looking so bright? Bobby. Yes, I know. It breaks my heart, too. But when I caught up with Jim Beaver (Bobby) at a signing to promote his new book this week, I questioned him on the rumors that his character isn’t long for the “Supernatural” world, and his words weren’t promising. “I wish I had something encouraging to say about Bobby,” he told me. “There are some big surprises coming up.” And if this is Bobby’s swan song, fans will be disappointed to hear that he’s not even a major part of the episode. “Bobby’s appearance in the season finale is relatively brief,” Jim shared. “He comes in and then kind of disappears.”

But whatever the outcome for Bobby is, Jim believes it’s all good. “[Creator] Eric [Kripke]’s going to do what’s best for the show,” he said. “He’s very attentive to the fans [and their wishes], but the fans don’t ever have to worry about him bending the show just to accommodate what they would like [to see]. At the same time, he cares what they would like, and I think the very fact that Bobby is still around this long is very much in part because he picked up that the fans liked him.” If Bobby does end up meeting his maker, Jim isn’t sure how that would impact his role on the show. “People do worry an awful lot about characters dying on “Supernatural” even though we’ve pretty much proven [death] doesn’t mean all that much,” he mused. He pointed out that characters that have died often pop back up on the show, long after they were killed off. So, would you be okay if they axed Bobby? Don’t you think the boys need a father figure around? Someone that doesn’t put up with their crap? Especially given their recent problems?

Supernatural Episode Recap 4.21 “When the Levee Breaks”

Supernatural: Episode Recap 4.21 “When the Levee Breaks”

THEN: Dean was grossed out by seeing Sam feed on demon blood, so he tricked him into Uncle Bobby’s panic room and locked him in for some detox.

NOW: There’s no typical Supernatural teaser as Sam is still stuck in the panic room.  He demands that Dean let him out, but  big brother refuses.  They revisit the same old debate about how Sam is doing this in order to become strong enough to kill Lilith.  Dean thinks he and Bobby can do it on their own.  Has Dean ever met Lilith?  If he has, he’d know that’s just not a possibility.

While detoxing, Sam is visited by four hallucinations.  The first is Alastair, who is just as creepy and funny as always, even in Sam’s delusion, cutting into the boy and making Sam scream out in pain.

Upstairs, Dean and Bobby enjoy some whiskey to drown out the pain of hearing Sam’s screams.  A fellow hunter named Rufus calls and Bobby tells him to “suck dirt.”  Uncle Bobby certainly has a way with words.  Rufus calls back to let Bobby know it’s serious.  Seals are being broken at an alarming rate, and Bobby isn’t so sure detoxing Sam is the right decision with the apocalypse coming fast.

Dean has some questions of his own, so he goes outside to scream for Castiel.  After a few hours, Cas shows up and Dean wants to know what happened when he got called back up to Heaven for an “ass reaming.”  Cas can’t say, but he does believe that Dean is the one who will stop Lucifer, not Sam, so he has Dean accept Jesus Christ as his personal lord and savior.

Downstairs, Sam is visited by his second hallucination: himself.  It’s Young Sam, and he’s angry that his older self has abandoned their quest to be normal.  Things get ultra-creepy when Young Sam shows something dark inside by flashing some Yellow Eyes.

The third ghost is none other than Mama Winchester.  After Dean got the chance to hang out with their mom in “In the Beginning,” I’m happy Sam is getting the chance, even if it’s a hallucination.  Mama isn’t angry like the others, she’s just so proud of her baby boy for doing what needs to be done.  She thinks that Sam is more brave than Dean because he knows what’s best, even though there’s something evil inside of him.

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Supernatural Episode Recap: “The Rapture”

Supernatural‘s Misha Collins got to show off his range in “The Rapture,” an episode where we learned about Castiel’s human vessel. But even above and beyond this sad, sad story, Dean finally found out Sam’s big secret. We were first introduced to Castiel in the season premiere. Over the course of the season, we saw an angel who slowly but surely started to show glimpses of humanity. Uriel even let it be known that Cas had sort of a soft spot for Dean. And in “The Monster at the End of this Book” the angel helped Dean win a battle over Lilith who was trying to seduce and make a deal with Sam. I guess that was enough to get Castiel in trouble with the angel powers that be….read more

Supernatural: Episode Recap  4.20 “The Rapture”

THEN: An angel named Castiel brought Dean out of Hell, adding yet another handsome face to the world of Supernatural.

NOW: Dean’s sitting on the dock of the bay, just fishing.  Castiel pops by to let him know this is a dream and that they have something important to discuss.  But Dean’s head isn’t a safe place, so Cas tells Dean to meet him at a special location.

Dean wakes up and goes with Sam, but the location looks more like a war zone.  They find Cas and wake him up, but he’s no angel.  Castiel has left the building and now it’s Jimmy.  Symbols on the wall suggest an all-out angel battle royale, but all Jimmy remember is a bright light and then he was him again.

Jimmy doesn’t remember why Cas wanted to talk to Dean, so now the brothers are stuck babysitting an odd dude who used to be an angel.  Jimmy eats about three tons of food before telling his story.  One year ago he was a simple, pious man in Illinois with a wife and kid.  One night he fell asleep in front of the TV and it suddenly released a piercing noise that drove Jimmy crazy….READ FULL RECAP

New Supernatural Season Finale Spoilers: When The Levee Breaks & Lucifer Rising

Episode 4.22: Lucifer Rising (Season finale) Airdate: May 14, 2009

The apocalypse is coming, and Sam and Dean prepare for the fight in very different ways. Sam joins Ruby on a final run to kill Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher), while Castiel and Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) tell Dean it’s time to play his part in stopping Lucifer. Source: The CW

Episode 4.22 – Lucifer Rising – Promotional Photos

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What can you tell us about the Supernatural season finale? MATT: What can I tell you that’s not already out there? The apocalypse is nearing, the boys battle each other in a bloody-good smack-down, the hunt is on for Lilith before she breaks the final seal…. All in all, I’d brace for something extra-special, as far as Supernatural goes, seeing as this is only the second time series creator Erik Kripke has directed an episode — and the very first time he has worked off one of his own scripts. P.S. I assume you spied our sneak peek of this week’s episodeSource: TV Guide Online

‘Supernatural’ 4th Season Finale Preview: Lucifer Rising

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
It all comes down to the final battle in ‘Supernatural’ May 14 finale, Sam goes with Ruby while Dean teams up with Castiel and Zac.

'Supernatural' 4th Season Finale Preview: Lucifer Rising See larger image The season finale of “” will air next week, May 14 with the apocalypse finally arriving. Sam and Dean prepare for the fight in very different ways. Sam joins Ruby on a final run to kill Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher), while Castiel and Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) tell Dean it’s time to play his part in stopping Lucifer. Creator Eric Kripke who directs the episode, has shared some hints to TV Guide regarding the characters on the verge of Apocalypse. He said, “The Apocalypse is coming down to the wire, and it’s time for Dean to play his part. While we’re on the subject, besides Zach and Cass, a lot of the Angel gang are coming back. Anna makes an appearance, and even the Prophet Chuck pops in for a bit.” He also confirmed that there will be a “big cliffhanger” as well as major deaths that will affect the storyline of the fifth season.

Episode 4.21: When the Levee Breaks Airdate: May 7, 2009

Dean and Bobby lock Sam in Bobby’s panic room so he can detox from the demon blood. However, as Bobby sees more seals are being broken he tells Dean they should let Sam out to help them fight the impending apocalypse. Dean disagrees and goes to Castiel for help. Sam and Dean have a big blowout confrontation. Source: The CW

The boys will hear from Rufus in Episode 21, which is titled “When the Levee Breaks” and airs May 7. Source: TV Guide Online

Episode 4.21 – When The Levee Breaks – Synopsis

THURSDAY, MAY 07
“SUPERNATURAL” (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
“When The Levee Breaks”

DEAN AND BOBBY TRAP SAM IN THE PANIC ROOM — Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Bobby (Jim Beaver) lock Sam (Jared Padalecki) in Bobby’s panic room so he can detox from the demon blood. However, as Bobby sees more seals are being broken he tells Dean they should let Sam out to help them fight the impending apocalypse. Dean disagrees and goes to Castiel (Misha Collins) for help. Sam and Dean have a big blowout confrontation.

Robert Singer directed the episode written by Sera Gamble.

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‘Supernatural’ 4.21 Preview: Sam Addicted to Demon’s Blood

In ‘Supernatural’ episode ‘When the Levee Breaks’, Dean locks Sam up to detox him from being addicted to Demon’s blood.

'Supernatural' 4.21 Preview: Sam Addicted to Demon's BloodSource: Ace Showbiz TV News
See larger image Next on ““, Dean and Bobby lock Sam in Bobby’s panic room so he can detox from the demon’s blood. Writer-producer Ben Edlund explained the addiction to E!, “The model of an addict bottoming out and becoming basically something else, almost a creature of reflex, is one of the things he’s going to have to face. And that’s going to make trouble for Dean and Sam-they don’t agree on this particular issue. Dean’s not happy about it.” However, as Bobby sees more seals are being broken he tells Dean they should let Sam out to help them fight the impending apocalypse. Dean disagrees and goes to Castiel for help. Sam and Dean have a big blowout confrontation. Called “When the Levee Breaks”, the episode airs May 7. who plays Sam mentioned in an interview with Pop Culture Zoo that this would be the most intense episode in the season that he has shot. “The first half, you’ll know,” he said shortly.

Supernatural Season 4 Episode 21 & 22 Preview

‘Supernatural’ 4.20 Preview: Castiel in His Human Form

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Having little memory of who he really is, Castiel transforms into Jimmy and wants to lead a normal life, all new on ‘Supernatural’.

'Supernatural' 4.20 Preview: Castiel in His Human Form
See larger image” gives an episode focused on Mischa Collin’s character Castiel who has turned into his human form. The angel appears to Dean in a dream and says he has something important to tell him but they need to meet somewhere private. Dean and Sam go searching for Castiel but instead find Jimmy, Castiel’s human vessel, who has only a spotty recollection of being an angel. Jimmy wants to return to his family and normal life, but Dean and Sam are concerned about his safety. The show will have its finale in May and rumor has it, there will be a major death that will be rather sad. Words are rive that it will be Bobby who takes the fall but the depicter himself Jim Beaver told TV Guide, “Well, nobody takes Bobby down easy!”

‘Supernatural’ 4.20 Clip: Castiel Called Back to Heaven

Sam and Dean stumble upon Castiel who has returned the mortal body to the original owner, all new in ‘Supernatural’.

'Supernatural' 4.20 Clip: Castiel Called Back to Heaven

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See larger image The CW has shared a clip from the next episode of ““. Dean and Sam go to a damaged building and find Castiel lying among the debris. Upon waking up, Castiel said that he is a mortal named Jimmy and that the angel has gone. In the episode called “The Rapture”, Castiel appears to Dean in a dream and says he has something important to tell him but they need to meet somewhere private. Dean and Sam go searching for Castiel but instead find Jimmy, Castiel’s human vessel, who has only a spotty recollection of being an angel. Jimmy wants to return to his family and normal life, but Dean and Sam are concerned about his safety. Words are, Castiel is called back to Heaven, leaving the body back to the owner. “The Rapture” airs Thursday, April 30.

Episode 4.22: Lucifer Rising (Season finale) Airdate: May 14, 2009

The apocalypse is coming, and Sam and Dean prepare for the fight in very different ways. Sam joins Ruby on a final run to kill Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher), while Castiel and Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) tell Dean it’s time to play his part in stopping Lucifer. Source: The CW

Episode 4.22 – Lucifer Rising – Promotional Photos

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What can you tell us about the Supernatural season finale? MATT: What can I tell you that’s not already out there? The apocalypse is nearing, the boys battle each other in a bloody-good smack-down, the hunt is on for Lilith before she breaks the final seal…. All in all, I’d brace for something extra-special, as far as Supernatural goes, seeing as this is only the second time series creator Erik Kripke has directed an episode — and the very first time he has worked off one of his own scripts. P.S. I assume you spied our sneak peek of this week’s episodeSource: TV Guide Online

Supernatural Video Exclusive: Dean Calls Sam a “Monster”!

Source: TV Guide Online

This Thursday at 9 pm/ET, fans of the CW’s Supernatural who already have been unsettled by the warring Winchesters will find much more to make their brothers-loving spines tingle. As seen in this exclusive preview of the episode “When the Levee Breaks,” Sam will involuntarily book a reservation in the subterranean panic room, as Bobby and Dean debate how best to deal with the demon-blood addict. Whilst Sam is pinned down in his ersatz prison, Dean ridicules his bro’s bloodthirstiness, saying it must make him feel “strong, invincible … a big, bad wolf in a world of little pigs.” Forgetting about Sam for a moment, can the show’s fans survive such a verbal beat-down? We dare you to make the jump and watch the video….read more

Episode 4.22 – Lucifer Rising – Episode Info

Sam and Ruby try to kill Lilith; Zachariah and Castiel tell Dean he must play his part in stopping Lucifer. Source: SpoilerTV

Question: Got anything on the Supernatural finale that you don’t have to block out with hundreds of asterisks? Ausiello: Comic book geek-slash-prophet Chuck will be back! See, no asterisks! Source: EW

Will Sam Go Evil?

As SPN barrels toward its season-four finale, we thought it fit to chat up writer-producer Ben Edlund about what to expect. Read on to find out what he told us exclusively about Sam’s blood addiction finally catching up to him and about where Cas fits in to the series’ future…

Good or Evil? At this point, the question of Sam’s morality remains open, but Edlund reveals that Sammeh’s blood addiction has consequences that are out of his control: “The model of an addict bottoming out and becoming basically something else, almost a creature of reflex, is one of the things he’s going to have to face. And that’s going to make trouble for Dean and Sam—they don’t agree on this particular issue. Dean’s not happy about it.” Creature of reflex, huh? Love the idea of a more animalistic Sam and of Dean having to do something about it!

Angel Baby: As promised late last year, Castiel (Misha Collins) will be a regular in season five, but Edlund says we don’t have to worry about the new addition throwing off the balance between the Winchesters. According to Edlund, “He’s not going to be Joe Pesci to Mel Gibson and Danny Glover in the back seat going, ‘Ah, guys! I’m hungry now! Let’s go eat!’ Cas already has his own mode of transportation—he already gets around pretty fast.” Long story short, SPN didn’t turn into a wacky buddy comedy while you weren’t looking. Says Edlund, “I don’t imagine that it’s going to be three guys in a car with a baby. Although it’s good to throw something cute into season five. Maybe a puppy. Or an evil kitten that they keep in the glove box.” (And we shall call that kitten Moe…)

The Dark Is Rising: According to Edlund, everything we’ve seen over this past, amazing season is really just a setup: “This season is a stage-setting season for next season,” which, of course, is the war between dark and light. Says Edlund, “I don’t want to go too far into the details of what happens when two forces clash…Look at this season as buildup to something even bigger that, of course, I cannot talk about or [show runner] Eric [Kripke] would be mad at me.” And who will be the enemies in that war? Per Edlund, “Lilith is still a problem. At least Sam and Dean are dealing with her presence in the world as a problem. This is a show about averting the Apocalypse.”

The Big Guy: Lilith is still kicking around, but according to Edlund, it’s her boss who’s really the problem: “Lucifer is more of an awe-inspiring force. There’s such a massiveness to the power and the danger represented by that being. Insinuation will be our model.” Basically, we’ll know he’s there, but we might not get to see him until the very end…

The Ladies: For those of you worried that Ruby and/or Anna will be hanging around more rather than less in season five, Edlund has some consoling words for you: “For my own two cents, I don’t feel like this is a story about either of these two guys finding love. They’re not at that phase in their lives. It’s about two guys gearing up for and hoping to avert the Apocalypse. So dating is not utmost.”
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‘Supernatural’: Misha Collins on Castiel, his meat suit, Dean, Sam & demon blood

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Before last Thursday’s “Supernatural” episode, Castiel had been a pretty big mystery. But in “The Rapture,” we got the backstory behind his meat suit: Turns out Jimmy was a religious man with a wife and kid, a pretty good life… until Castiel came along, stealing Jimmy’s mind and body, taking him away from his family. The good news is Castiel got called back up to Heaven, which meant Jimmy was back in control of his body. But the Big C of course returned and has highjacked Jimmy’s body once again… just in time to deal with the potential rising of Lucifer. With hopes of getting dirt on what the rest of the season holds, KTV correspondent Marisa Roffman chatted actor Misha Collins (Castiel/Jimmy) up on his two characters, Sam’s addiction to demon blood and what he thinks really happened to Cas while he was gone…

First of all, I just want to say how brilliantly you played both Jimmy and Castiel last week. Was that difficult trying to portray two people who are so different from each other?
MC: Well, you know, I think it made it easier that they were so different. I think that if Castiel and Jimmy had been similar characters, it would have been a lot harder to flesh out. Just from the writing [of the episode], it was so clear that they were not at all alike, so that made it easier to make a distinction [between the two] and create a different character. More than anything, it was kind of fun [playing two people]. You don’t get to do that very often. You get to play two sides of one character, but not two sides of two characters. In the flashbacks, I got to play the old Jimmy and the new Jimmy, and the old Castiel and the new Castiel. It was a lot to work with. It certainly kept me busy for the eight days of shooting.

You are one of the few cast members that is already confirmed to be coming back next year. Have they discussed what kind of role Cas or Jimmy might play in season five?
MC:
If they have talked about it, they haven’t talked about it with me! So, I don’t know. But I do know that I am going to be back. I just don’t know what my role is going to be. I have a suspicion it’s going to be Castiel and not Jimmy though.

The last episode seemed to indicate that Jimmy was giving himself over to Castiel for good. Is Jimmy gone forever?
MC:
I wouldn’t even want to hazard a guess. It seems on “Supernatural,” it doesn’t matter how dead or gone you think someone is, there’s always a chance that they come back. So, I’m sure that holds true for Jimmy as well.

It’s probably best that Castiel will have control over Jimmy’s body since the apocalypse is coming. What can you tell us about these last two episodes?
MC:
There’s a lot going on between Sam and Dean. Sam is going through the DTs. He’s been locked up by Bobby and Dean, and they are sort of forcing him to go cold turkey [off of the demon blood]. And not having the demon blood is putting Sam through some serious withdrawal, so he’s not happy with Dean. And that’s driving a bit of a wedge between the two brothers in the next two episodes. That’s putting it mildly. It’s more than a wedge. And then the final battle is boiling down to the final seal and Sam and Dean trying to prevent it from breaking. That’s what they’re after in the end. Beyond that, I don’t know what I should say.

Can you talk about where Castiel fits in with everything? It seems like he’d be vital in trying to prevent the seal from being broken.
MC:
I wish I could tell you [where he fits in], but I can’t. I can’t think of anything to say without giving away too much. He’s going to be there. I can tell you that. But that’s not a very good spoiler, is it?

Well, at least we know he’ll be there, and hopefully he can assist the boys. Since Sam is dealing with the demon blood addiction, is there any chance we’ll see Cas interacting more with him in the future?
MC:
I think that’s entirely possible. I don’t really know what’s going on in the future. [But] this season, the next couple of episodes, the relationship [that] is going to be more played out  [is the one between] Sam and Dean. What happens next season is anyone’s guess. I think it would be interesting to explore [the Sam and Castiel] relationship more.

It would be nice, since Sam was the one who always believed in things like angels, while Dean didn’t.
MC:
Yeah. It’s interesting the arc they chose to take with the two brothers because Dean was clearly, well, I don’t know about atheist, but certainly the more agnostic of the two. And for him to be the one who’s primarily interacting with the angels and for the more devout one [to have taken the route Sam did], it’s interesting. And I think it’s more interesting to have the believer be [drinking demon blood]. It just pushes them both. And for the same reason, I think that, as Sam is wrestling with the demon qualities, it’ll be more interesting for him to have interaction with Castiel, the angel, next season.

That influence would be especially important now that Castiel is back in Jimmy’s body and he seems to be back to following the angel rules. Is that correct to assume that Cas has changed back and is no longer questioning authority?
MC:
Yeah, that’s definitely what’s] going on with him. My own personal take on what happened [when Castiel left Jimmy’s body] is he was somehow tortured or very seriously rebuked and threatened when he was up in Heaven, and he now is towing the party line again. But I think that he still has some internal conflict about it, I don’t think he’s ever going to be the perfect little soldier [again], and he hasn’t been turned into a [robot] totally. So he still has a lot of the same thoughts that he used to have [before he disappeared], but he’s definitely back to being a good little soldier.

Is there any chance we might get some kind of indication on the show what happened, like a comment or a flashback of sorts?
MC:
I don’t know how they would do that, because Castiel — outside of Jimmy’s body — would be an angel, and we know that angels can’t be seen by human beings without their eyes being burned out. So if they did show that, they would have to burn out the entire viewing audience’s eyes. Which I think would be some sort of liability for the CW.

Not to mention that “Supernatural”’s viewership might take a serious hit.
MC:
Exactly. Unless they were starting to make a shift to a purely audio version of the show, like a radio play. In which case, it might actually be a good move because it would save a bundle on production costs.

All the fans could just listen to “Supernatural” on their iPod.

MC: Exactly. [Laughs] I don’t know why I’m not a network executive. These are good ideas!

Jim Beaver Interview

The actor isn’t sure if season five will be the popular CW show’s last year

While chatting with Supernatural’s Jim Beaver about his new memoir Life’s That Way, we got him to spill a little bit of information on the final three episodes of his popular CW series. It seems that Bobby Singer will be present throughout the finale, but he’s not quite sure what is going to happen with season five. Here is what the popular character actor had to say about the series’ immediate future:

This has been a very busy time for you, with the book coming out and two series on the air. How tough has it been to juggle all three at one time?

Jim Beaver: Even good stress is stress. That is a bit of an issue. The fact is that I am wonderfully blessed to have all of this happening at once. Sometimes my schedule is a little difficult to juggle. I am very happy working. I have a great time when I am at work. I love what I do so much. The book has been a lot of work. There has been some emotional stress to go back through all of this. But I am really happy. And it has been a wonderful bit of synchronicity to have the shows and the book all at peak points of interest all at the same time.

Bobby Singer is more popular now than ever before. What role does he play in the upcoming season finale, and will we be seeing him next year? Also, how do you feel about the show coming to an end with season five?

Jim Beaver: I don’t know too much about next year. Or what they have planned for the show. There was some scuttlebutt on the set about the end of the series. But that often times doesn’t play out. I haven’t really heard anything definitive from the powers that be about the future of the show. I know that Bobby is back for the final three episodes of this season. There is some really strong stuff there were Dean and Bobby are trying to get Sam to kick his demon blood addiction. There is some really powerful stuff in the relationship between the three. As to how things wrap up? Well, when you are a character on Supernatural, you can get killed and come back. When you are an actor on it, and you spill too many beans, they can kill you and you don’t get to come back. There is only a little bit about what I can say in regards to how things wind down. It’s been such a trip being on this show. It was very much under my own personal radar when I first joined it. It was just another job. I had no idea that it had the kind of fan support that it does. And that has certainly increased year by year. Boy, they have been so wonderful to me. After toiling in obscurity for many years, it is incredibly satisfying and gratifying to have the kind of fan support they managed to come up with on this show.

Did you ever think that purple gloves and a dirty trucker hat would become your signature? And do you think they are deserving of a place in history as a film and television historian?

Jim Beaver: I am not sure how to answer that. I never took it for granted. I never thought anyone would remember what I did for long. If anybody remembers any of this stuff a year from now, I will be pleasantly surprised.

The final four Supernatural season 4 episodes begin airing this Thursday at 9 pm, only on the CW. Bobby Singer makes his return in the April 30th episode The Rapture.

Source: MovieWeb

Supernatural Episode Recap: 4.19 “Jump the Shark”

Jared Padalecki, SupernaturalTHEN: Lilith returned to Supernaturalall grown up and wanting to have sex with Sam as part of a deal to stop breaking the Seals.  That didn’t happen, but we did find out that a prophet named Chuck has seen the future, and it’s not so good.

NOW: A woman is terrified in her house so she locks herself in her bedroom.  Too bad for her the monster is under the bed and it drags her down.  While being taken, she knocks over a picture frame.  A picture frame containing a photo of…John Winchester!

Elsewhere, Sam and Dean wake up from a night of sleeping in the Impala, and you’ll be happy to know Sam is dedicated to dental hygiene, brushing his teeth on the side of the road.  A call comes in on one of John Winchester’s old phones, and Dean answers it, telling the kid on the other end that John has been dead for two years.  The kid says he’s John Winchester’s son…READ FULL RECAP

Supernatural Season Finale Spoilers!

Supernatural: I Know What You Did Last Summer

I heard there is going to be a death on Supernatural, which would be very, very sad! Can you shed some light on that? MATT: Well, one of the big rumors is that our boy Bobby will be the one to buy it. I broached that prickly topic with cast member Jim Beaver himself, and while he would/could not refute it, he noted, “Nobody takes Bobby down easy!” He then teased the “intense and astonishing” May 14 season finale thusly: “People are going to have some of their expectations toppled.” (Much more from the Beav on Thursday.) Source: TV Guide Online

We just chatted up SPN writer Ben Edlund, and he tells us that Lucifer will be more of a looming presence than one specific personage. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Those who think they have Sam and Dean all figured out by now will be rather surprised by their individual reactions to the introduction of their “new brother,” Adam. (TV Guide)

Please tell me that the big Supernatural death is not Bobby.
All we can say is that the big Supernatural death is very sad, but not entirely unpredictable.  Source: Kristin on E!Online

Ariel in Baltimore: Will Ruby or Anna be regulars next year on Supernatural? I want the guys to finally start building families of their own!
While Castiel (Misha Collins) is confirmed to be a regular for Supernatural season five, all we can say about Anna and Ruby is that there are a couple deaths in the finale, and that Sam’s demon girlfriend and Dean’s angelic friend with benefits are not guaranteed to be safe.

Marta in Porto, Portugal: Are we going to see John Winchester this season on Supernatural? Not in the flesh, and not even in the spiritual realm, but we do see John Winchester on Supernatural in photographic form before the end of the season. Source: Kristin on E!Online

TV Guide’s Interview with Supernatural’s Jim Beaver

Source: TV Guide Online

Jim Beaver

TVGuide.com: Turning to Supernatural, I understand an intervention of sorts is coming for Sam….
Beaver:
Bobby and Dean will get together to plot out a way to save Sam from himself. Now that he’s got this demon blood addiction, that’s very troubling to them. But then again, Dean and Bobby don’t completely agree on how to handle it, and things get heated between them as well.

TVGuide.com: What’s Bobby’s take on the brothers’ growing rift?
Beaver:
I think he shares Dean’s concerns about Sam, but Bobby’s always had a pretty good insight into Dean as well, about how much guilt Dean carries for not living up to what he thinks his father would have done. You’re going to see Bobby try to help Dean with that, even in the midst of trying to resolve things with Sam.

TVGuide.com: Has this proven to be some of the more interesting work you’ve done on the show?
Beaver:
Yeah! They keep giving me great fun stuff to do, and there are some luscious scenes coming up – really strong stuff between me and Jensen [Ackles] in particular. The fans are going to get satisfaction, pretty strongly, from these last few episodes.

TVGuide.com: But to balance out that good, there is buzz that Bobby might meet his maker by season’s end. Do you have any words of reassurance for your fans?Beaver: Hmmm… Words of reassurance… Boy, I wish I had some!

TVGuide.com: Maybe, “If Bobby goes down, it won’t be without a fight”?
Beaver:
Well, nobody takes Bobby down easy!

TVGuide.com: What three words would you use to describe the season finale?
Beaver:
Intense … astonishing … and intense again. People are going to have some of their expectations toppled.

Additional reporting by Tina Charles, who recaps Supernatural for TVGuide.com.

Jim Beaver Interview

LP) Ending with some Supernatural questions; what can you tell us about Bobby’s role for the remainder of the season?

JB) Bobby’s in the last three episodes of the season and I’m most prominent in the next-to-last episode. Three fourths of the scenes probably take place in Bobby’s house so, I’m heavily involved in that one. And I’m… briefly involved in the finale. I mean, not terribly briefly but… anyway. I’m in it – which, I’m happy about because I’ve done the season finale of every season so it’s kind of a tradition.

LP) What does season five [of “Supernatural”] hold in store for Bobby Singer? [addressing speculation that Jim’s character may not live past the season 4 finale]

JB) I… don’t… think I can say. [coyly] Gosh I don’t know what to say. I’d love to help ya out, but… I’m not sure what I could say that would be both truthful and helpful.

LP) No comment?

JB) That’s… probably the best thing I could say.

LP) Any other “Supernatural” spoilers you can drop for us?

JB) Let’s just say that the conflict between Sam and Dean comes to a real head, and over the course of those three episodes it really comes to its boiling point and beyond. By the next-to-last episode and the last one, it’s bubbling over and things change. The next-to-last episode is mainly Bobby and Dean trying to confront the differences between Dean and Sam and so, there’s a lot of Bobby and Dean on one side and Sam on the other. Source: Celebrity Cafe

Supernatural: Episode Titles for the End of Season 4

Source: BuddyTV

Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, SupernaturalSupernatural is heading into the home stretch of season 4. With only five episodes left, every minute counts as Sam and Dean Winchester race to stop Lilith from breaking the remaining 66 Seals and bringing Lucifer to Earth.

Unfortunately, fans may not get to see these final episodes uninterrupted. Early, unconfirmed reports suggest that more breaks are scheduled, and the scheduling of these final episodes might leave fans hanging for longer than they’d like. There are also recently released episode titles for all the remaining episodes, though they might give away more than you’d like.

SPOILER WARNING: Read no further if you don’t want to know what the final Supernatural episodes are called.

This Thursday brings the highly meta “The Monster at the End of This Book,” in which Sam and Dean discover a book series called Supernatural about themselves. That paradox will leave fans scratching their heads for three weeks, because Supernatural is taking yet another break.

The next batch of episodes return April 23 with “Jump the Shark,” and based on that title, fans could be in for a third straight “funny” episode. However, that paves the way for the final three very serious-sounding episodes.

April 30 brings “The Rapture.” This religious title certainly suggests that the angels will play a key role as Dean nears his ultimate destiny.

The penultimate episode of the season airs on May 7 and is called “When the Levees Break.” That bodes poorly for the Winchesters as it portends plenty of bad things ahead.

According to a blog post on Saving Faith’s Sandbox, the next week will be excruciating for Supernatural fans as the show will take yet another break on May 14. It’s not until the next week, May 21, that the Supernatural season 4 finale will air.

But it’s a big one, because the episode is called “Lucifer Rising.” Aside from being a brilliant companion title to the season premiere, “Lazarus Rising,” this episode promises to deliver what the whole season has been leading up to. Will Lucifer rise? Given this show’s history with season finales, I’d have to bet ‘Yes.”

Based on absolutely nothing but my own wild speculation, here’s my current theory: in the final moments of the season, Lucifer rises after the final Seal is broken. However, in order to walk the Earth, Lucifer must take a human body just like all the other demons. What body does he choose? Wile Sam might be the obvious guess, I’m leaning towards the even cooler possibility that Lucifer will take the form of John Winchester. I know the evil father is a bit of a cliche, but it could still be undeniable cool.

Do you think Lucifer will walk the Earth? And if so, whose body will he possess?

Episode 4.19 – Jump the Shark – Synopsis

ANOTHER WINCHESTER BROTHER EMERGES — A 19-year-old boy named Adam (guest star Jake Abel) calls Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) looking for John Winchester, claiming to be his son. Dean and Sam meet Adam, assuming he’s a demon trying to lure then into a trap. However, they find out that John was indeed the boy’s father and Adam tells them of his “normal” upbringing, which infuriates Dean. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Andrew Dabb & Daniel Loflin.

Source: CW

Episode 4.19 – Jump the Shark – Promotional Photos

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‘Supernatural’ 4.19 Clip: Dean Points Gun at Third Winchester Brother

In ‘Jump the Shark’, Sam and Dean put their suspicion of 19-year-old Adam under the table where a gun is pointing at the lovechild of John Winchester.

'Supernatural' 4.19 Clip: Dean Points Gun at Third Winchester Brother

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
See larger image A clip is released for the April 23 episode of ““. Adam, a 19-year-old boy who calls Dean and Sam to look for John Winchester, is at a diner with the brothers, recalling his childhood experience with John. Dean is suspicious of him but soon draws the gun underneath the table. Adam, who is played by Jake Abel, claims that he is the son of John with a nurse. Dean and Sam agree to meet him with the assumption that he is a demon trying to lure them into a trap. When they found out that Adam is really part of their family, Dean is infuriated by the fact that Adam was raised “normally”.

The episode is called “Jump the Shark” and reportedly, there will be a tribute to the late Kim Manners which can only be spotted by an eagle-eye viewer.

Episode 4.20 – The Rapture – Synopsis

THURSDAY, APRIL 30
“SUPERNATURAL” (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
“The Rapture”

CASTIEL RETURNS TO HIS HUMAN FORM — Castiel (Misha Collins) appears to Dean (Jensen Ackles) in a dream and says he has something important to tell him but they need to meet somewhere private. Dean and Sam (Jared Padalecki) go searching for Castiel but instead find Jimmy, Castiel’s human vessel, who has only a spotty recollection of being an angel. Jimmy wants to return to his family and normal life, but Dean and Sam are concerned about his safety.

Charles Beeson directed the episode written by Jeremy Carver

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Episode 4.20 – The Rapture – Promotional Photos

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‘Supernatural’ 4.20 Preview: Castiel in His Human Form

Having little memory of who he really is, Castiel transforms into Jimmy and wants to lead a normal life, all new on ‘Supernatural’.

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
See larger image” gives an episode focused on Mischa Collin’s character Castiel who has turned into his human form. The angel appears to Dean in a dream and says he has something important to tell him but they need to meet somewhere private. Dean and Sam go searching for Castiel but instead find Jimmy, Castiel’s human vessel, who has only a spotty recollection of being an angel. Jimmy wants to return to his family and normal life, but Dean and Sam are concerned about his safety. The show will have its finale in May and rumor has it, there will be a major death that will be rather sad. Words are rive that it will be Bobby who takes the fall but the depicter himself Jim Beaver told TV Guide, “Well, nobody takes Bobby down easy!”

Episode 4.21 – When The Levee Breaks – Synopsis

THURSDAY, MAY 07
“SUPERNATURAL” (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
“When The Levee Breaks”

DEAN AND BOBBY TRAP SAM IN THE PANIC ROOM — Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Bobby (Jim Beaver) lock Sam (Jared Padalecki) in Bobby’s panic room so he can detox from the demon blood. However, as Bobby sees more seals are being broken he tells Dean they should let Sam out to help them fight the impending apocalypse. Dean disagrees and goes to Castiel (Misha Collins) for help. Sam and Dean have a big blowout confrontation.

Robert Singer directed the episode written by Sera Gamble.

Source: CW

‘Supernatural’ 4.21 Preview: Sam Addicted to Demon’s Blood

In ‘Supernatural’ episode ‘When the Levee Breaks’, Dean locks Sam up to detox him from being addicted to Demon’s blood.

'Supernatural' 4.21 Preview: Sam Addicted to Demon's BloodSource: Ace Showbiz TV News
See larger image Next on ““, Dean and Bobby lock Sam in Bobby’s panic room so he can detox from the demon’s blood. Writer-producer Ben Edlund explained the addiction to E!, “The model of an addict bottoming out and becoming basically something else, almost a creature of reflex, is one of the things he’s going to have to face. And that’s going to make trouble for Dean and Sam-they don’t agree on this particular issue. Dean’s not happy about it.” However, as Bobby sees more seals are being broken he tells Dean they should let Sam out to help them fight the impending apocalypse. Dean disagrees and goes to Castiel for help. Sam and Dean have a big blowout confrontation. Called “When the Levee Breaks”, the episode airs May 7. who plays Sam mentioned in an interview with Pop Culture Zoo that this would be the most intense episode in the season that he has shot. “The first half, you’ll know,” he said shortly.

Supernatural Season 4 Episode 21 & 22 Preview

Episode 4.22: Lucifer Rising (Season finale) Airdate: May 14, 2009

Ausiello updated his asterix hint to this: Sam learns in the season finale that ******i** ****** is the ***** **** that has ** ** broken ****** ******* can ***e. Source: The Ausiello Files [A possible answer to the riddle is “Sam learns in the season finale that murdering ****** is the final seal that has to be broken before Lucifer can rise.” A few site visitors believe that the person who must be killed is “Lilith”.  Another version of the possible answer with “defeating” instead of “murdering” as Brandon suggested.]

New Supernatural Spoilers: Season Finale Clue & Meet the New Winchester Brother!

Sam learns in the season finale that ******i** ******* is the ***** **** that has ** ** ****** ****** ******* can ***e.

First Look at Third Winchester Brother in ‘Supernatural’ 4.19 Preview

Adam reveals to Sam and Dean that he is John’s son but he takes a sharp left turn when he transforms into something horrible, all new in ‘Supernatural’. See larger image” will take a two-week break and a promo for the April 23 episode is available. Called “Jump the Shark”, this would be the episode where a third Winchester brother is introduced. Played by Jake Abel, the character is named Adam Milligan and he is conceived while John Winchester set out on his hunting adventure and met Kate Mullany. In the episode, Adam’s life is changed after he transitions to be a monster. Creator Eric Kripke explained the addition of the third brother to TV Guide, “When we were breaking the story about the third Winchester brother, we knew the fans would scream that we had jumped the shark. Of course, adding a new sibling or relative to an established series is a classic and cherished shark jump, Cousin Oliver being the patron saint of the practice (Brady Bunch).” He continued, “For fans who are worried that we are truly jumping the shark… watch the episode, decide for yourself. Personally, I don’t think we’re gassing up the motorcycle quite yet, but you tell me.”

Supernatural Episode Recap: “The Monster at the End of this Book”

Sam and Dean found out their demon-hunting lives were detailed in a series of books called Supernatural. And what followed was an hour that took the time to pay homage to a little thing called “fandom” and furthered along the show’s mythology. read more

New Supernatural Spoilers: Season Finale Scoop! The Levees Break and Lucifer Appears!

Supernatural: I Know What You Did Last SummerSergei Bachlakov/The CW 2008

I remember the Supernatural producers saying last summer that we’d be seeing Steven Williams‘ Rufus this season — yet so far, nothing. Is that still happening? —
MATT: In a word, sorta. The boys will hear from Rufus in Episode 21, which is titled “When the Levee Breaks” and airs May 7. Source: TV Guide

Episode 4.22: Lucifer Rising (Season finale) Airdate: May 14, 2009

  • Ausiello updated his asterix hint to this: Sam learns in the season finale that ******i** ****** is the ***** **** that has ** ** broken ****** ******* can ***e. Source: The Ausiello Files [A possible answer to the riddle is “Sam learns in the season finale that murdering ****** is the final seal that has to be broken before Lucifer can rise.” A few site visitors believe that the person who must be killed is “Lilith”.  Another version of the possible answer with “defeating” instead of “murdering” as Brandon suggested.]

Those who think they have Sam and Dean all figured out by now will be rather surprised by their individual reactions to the introduction of their “new brother,” Adam. (TV Guide)

Please tell me that the big Supernatural death is not Bobby.
All we can say is that the big Supernatural death is very sad, but not entirely unpredictable.  Source: Kristin on E!Online

Ariel in Baltimore: Will Ruby or Anna be regulars next year on Supernatural? I want the guys to finally start building families of their own!
While Castiel (Misha Collins) is confirmed to be a regular for Supernatural season five, all we can say about Anna and Ruby is that there are a couple deaths in the finale, and that Sam’s demon girlfriend and Dean’s angelic friend with benefits are not guaranteed to be safe.

Marta in Porto, Portugal: Are we going to see John Winchester this season on Supernatural? Not in the flesh, and not even in the spiritual realm, but we do see John Winchester on Supernatural in photographic form before the end of the season. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Jim Beaver Interview

LP) Ending with some Supernatural questions; what can you tell us about Bobby’s role for the remainder of the season?

JB) Bobby’s in the last three episodes of the season and I’m most prominent in the next-to-last episode. Three fourths of the scenes probably take place in Bobby’s house so, I’m heavily involved in that one. And I’m… briefly involved in the finale. I mean, not terribly briefly but… anyway. I’m in it – which, I’m happy about because I’ve done the season finale of every season so it’s kind of a tradition.

LP) What does season five [of “Supernatural”] hold in store for Bobby Singer? [addressing speculation that Jim’s character may not live past the season 4 finale]

JB) I… don’t… think I can say. [coyly] Gosh I don’t know what to say. I’d love to help ya out, but… I’m not sure what I could say that would be both truthful and helpful.

LP) No comment?

JB) That’s… probably the best thing I could say.

LP) Any other “Supernatural” spoilers you can drop for us?

JB) Let’s just say that the conflict between Sam and Dean comes to a real head, and over the course of those three episodes it really comes to its boiling point and beyond. By the next-to-last episode and the last one, it’s bubbling over and things change. The next-to-last episode is mainly Bobby and Dean trying to confront the differences between Dean and Sam and so, there’s a lot of Bobby and Dean on one side and Sam on the other. Source: Celebrity Cafe

Supernatural: Episode Titles for the End of Season 4

Source: BuddyTV

Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, SupernaturalSupernatural is heading into the home stretch of season 4. With only five episodes left, every minute counts as Sam and Dean Winchester race to stop Lilith from breaking the remaining 66 Seals and bringing Lucifer to Earth.

Unfortunately, fans may not get to see these final episodes uninterrupted. Early, unconfirmed reports suggest that more breaks are scheduled, and the scheduling of these final episodes might leave fans hanging for longer than they’d like. There are also recently released episode titles for all the remaining episodes, though they might give away more than you’d like.

SPOILER WARNING: Read no further if you don’t want to know what the final Supernatural episodes are called.

This Thursday brings the highly meta “The Monster at the End of This Book,” in which Sam and Dean discover a book series called Supernatural about themselves. That paradox will leave fans scratching their heads for three weeks, because Supernatural is taking yet another break.

The next batch of episodes return April 23 with “Jump the Shark,” and based on that title, fans could be in for a third straight “funny” episode. However, that paves the way for the final three very serious-sounding episodes.

April 30 brings “The Rapture.” This religious title certainly suggests that the angels will play a key role as Dean nears his ultimate destiny.

The penultimate episode of the season airs on May 7 and is called “When the Levees Break.” That bodes poorly for the Winchesters as it portends plenty of bad things ahead.

According to a blog post on Saving Faith’s Sandbox, the next week will be excruciating for Supernatural fans as the show will take yet another break on May 14. It’s not until the next week, May 21, that the Supernatural season 4 finale will air.

But it’s a big one, because the episode is called “Lucifer Rising.” Aside from being a brilliant companion title to the season premiere, “Lazarus Rising,” this episode promises to deliver what the whole season has been leading up to. Will Lucifer rise? Given this show’s history with season finales, I’d have to bet ‘Yes.”

Based on absolutely nothing but my own wild speculation, here’s my current theory: in the final moments of the season, Lucifer rises after the final Seal is broken. However, in order to walk the Earth, Lucifer must take a human body just like all the other demons. What body does he choose? Wile Sam might be the obvious guess, I’m leaning towards the even cooler possibility that Lucifer will take the form of John Winchester. I know the evil father is a bit of a cliche, but it could still be undeniable cool.

Do you think Lucifer will walk the Earth? And if so, whose body will he possess?

Episode 4.20 – The Rapture – Synopsis

THURSDAY, APRIL 30
“SUPERNATURAL” (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
“The Rapture”

CASTIEL RETURNS TO HIS HUMAN FORM — Castiel (Misha Collins) appears to Dean (Jensen Ackles) in a dream and says he has something important to tell him but they need to meet somewhere private. Dean and Sam (Jared Padalecki) go searching for Castiel but instead find Jimmy, Castiel’s human vessel, who has only a spotty recollection of being an angel. Jimmy wants to return to his family and normal life, but Dean and Sam are concerned about his safety.

Charles Beeson directed the episode written by Jeremy Carver

Source: CW

Episode 4.20 – The Rapture – Promotional Photos

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Episode 4.19 – Jump the Shark – Synopsis

ANOTHER WINCHESTER BROTHER EMERGES — A 19-year-old boy named Adam (guest star Jake Abel) calls Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) looking for John Winchester, claiming to be his son. Dean and Sam meet Adam, assuming he’s a demon trying to lure then into a trap. However, they find out that John was indeed the boy’s father and Adam tells them of his “normal” upbringing, which infuriates Dean. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Andrew Dabb & Daniel Loflin.

Source: CW

Episode 4.19 – Jump the Shark – Promotional Photos

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Supernatural: Video Clip from “The Monster at the End of This Book”

Source: BuddyTV

4/2 New ‘The Monster at the End of This Book’

Sam and Dean are shocked to discover a series of comic books titled Supernatural that accurately detail their lives as demon hunters. They track down the writer, Carver Edlund (guest star Rob Benedict), who explains he has visions of the brothers that he then turns into comic books. Chuck reveals that Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher) is coming and she has a plan for Sam.

Last time in “It’s a Terrible Life” Supernatural took a pleasant detour from the chilliness and despair of the previous two episodes. The colorful, offbeat story fans got instead did not have driven the global plotline forward in a way that makes you scream at the TV so loudly your neighbors bang on the wall. But it was a particularly fun chance to see the characters in a unique situation and to riff on Sam and Dean’s relationship.

Next week the detour continues in “The Monster at the End of This Book” when the Winchester brothers discover that a pulp fiction author is chronicling their story in a series of horror novels. In light of recent signs of the apocalypse they’ll no doubt find it disturbing that the series ends in Dean’s damnation.

The CW released a new video today from next week’s episode, a scene from “The Monster at the End of This Book.” The new scene plays up the comedy of the episode, as the paperback writer’s fictional characters show up at his doorstep demanding answers. It’s a strange new twist on the classic story Six Characters in Search of an Author, later loosely adapted into a classic episode of Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone.

New Supernatural Spoilers: ‘It’s a Terrible Life’

3/26 New ‘It’s a Terrible Life’

Dean and Sam 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 who is in Tech Support. It seems as if the two do not know each other. However, after coworkers start committing suicide at an alarming rate, the two find themselves working side by side to solve the murders.

New Clips of ‘Supernatural’ 4.17: It’s a Terrible Life

Three ‘Supernatural’ clips start from Dean and Sam’s first meeting as strangers to them working together in investigating murders.

Known from the preview, “” will take on a laid back episode called “It’s a Terrible Life”, presenting an alternative in Sam and Dean’s lives should they become non-hunters. Three clips taken from the March 26 episode have been released as a sneak peek..

In their alternate 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 who is in Tech Support. The two meet in an elevator and Sam asks Dean whether they know each other. They don’t. Then the curious Sam asks Dean the next time they meet, whether Dean believes in ghost.

It seems as if the two do not know each other but after co-workers start committing suicide at an alarming rate, the two find themselves working side by side to solve the murders.

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

Misha Collins talking about an upcoming episode, “We just shot an episode where we meet the man who Castiel possessed—the body that he’s in—and that was a lot of fun for me to shoot, playing a different character. I think that’s episode 20.” (Watch With Kristin)

It’s a Terrible Life – Airing March 26, 2009
Dean and Sam 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 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. (The CW)

The Monster at the End of This Book – Airing April 2, 2009
Sam and Dean are shocked to discover a series of comic books titled “Supernatural” that accurately detail their lives as demon hunters. They track down the writer, Carver Edlund (guest star Rob Benedict), who explains he has visions of the brothers that he then turns into comic books. Chuck reveals that Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher) is coming and she has a plan for Sam. (The CW)

A.J. Buckley Talks of Supernatural Afterlife

by Matt Mitovich, TVGuide

A.J. Buckley

This week, fans of A.J. Buckley are due for double their pleasure. In addition to catching the actor on CBS’ CSI: NY (where he plays lab tech Adam Ross), Buckley will reprise his role as one of Supernatural‘s “Ghostfacers,” the CW series’ version of Ghost Hunters.

TVGuide.com: Turning to your side gig: How do the “Ghostfacers” figure into this week’s Supernatural, seeing as how Sam and Dean are living these sorts of alternate lives?
Buckley:
It’s because the Ghostfacers are the real deal, the tour guides of the spirit world! [Laughs] No, it actually is really nice how they bring it together. Dean and Sam are sort of lost and when in doubt, who do you call? You lean on Ed and Harry, the two most reliable ghost hunters in all of ghost-hunterdom.

TVGuide.com: Is it up to you to bring Sam and Dean back to reality?
Buckley:
I wouldn’t say it’s up to us; we’re basically the goofy version of a shaman. We’re there for what we think are the right reasons, but Ed and Harry and Sam and Dean never see eye-to-eye.

TVGuide.com: We asked TV’s actual Ghost Hunters about you, and they are definitely fans.
Buckley:
Are they really? Before we shoot Supernatural, we’ll watch their shows. [Sci Fi Channel’s] Paranormal State and Ghost Hunters are the shows we watch.

TVGuide.com: This episode was written by Sera Gamble, versus Ben Edlund, who penned the Ghostfacers’ debut. Did that give it any different a feel, since Sera doesn’t usually do Supernatural‘s lighter episodes?
Buckley:
The great thing about what [series creator Eric] Kripke allows the Ghostfacers to do is they’ll always write a great set-up for us, and then we get to “play.” Sera wrote really great stuff for us, and then the director let us add “Ghostfacer flavor” to that, by riffing and improvising. [Co-executive producer] Phil [Sgriccia, who directed the Ghostfacers video within the episode] was crying with laughter so loudly that it ruined the scene. I’m pretty lucky to work on both CSI: NY and Supernatural. Not bad gigs!

Supernatural Episode Recap 4.16: “On the Head of a Pin”

Jensen Ackles, SupernaturalTHEN: Castiel came back to capture Alastair, the evil demon who tortured Dean in Hell.  Sam continued to flex his incredibly powerful evil demon-crushing power.

NOW: Castiel finds a dead angel with her chest ripped apart. He and Uriel seek out Sam and Dean, who are a little troubled just having come from Pamela Barnes’ funeral. Dean is pissed off at Uriel as always, but the big bad angel doesn’t care because seven angels are dead. They want Dean to help out by interrogating Alastair to find out who the demon is that’s killing angels. Uriel is steadfast, but Castiel clearly has some reservations. It seems Castiel is becoming a bit too close to Dean and is starting to develop emotions. Aww, the relationship between Dean and Castiel (or Cas, as Dean has taken to calling him) is adorable.

Dean is taken to a secret location where Alastair is being held. He’s tired of Uriel’s overly serious nature, but Castiel promises “Urie;ls the funniest angel in the garrison. Ask anyone.” The brilliant part is that he delivers the line in such a deadpan manner. Misha Collins is really getting a chance to do some acting.

Sam meets up with Ruby, asking her to help find Dean. Afer they track him down, Sam says he hasn’t seen her in weeks and needs her to give him a little something. She jumps on him and kisses him, but it’s not about having sex. Instead she slits open her arm and Sam takes a big drink. Uh oh, Sam is drinking demon blood to get stronger. That is so unbelievably wrong, but it’s also fantastic to see Sam get such juicy material.

Dean reluctantly goes in to start torturing Alastair, who is creepy as ever with his lisp. He taunts Dean, thinking that this little Winchester doesn’t have the cojones to go through with it. He ultimately gets through to Dean by asking if he’d be willing to do it “for all the things I did to your daddy.”…READ FULL RECAP AT BUDDY TV

New Supernatural Spoilers: 4.16 ‘On the Head of a Pin’

3/19 New ‘On the Head of a Pin’

Someone found Lucifer’s sword and is using it to kill angels. Castiel and Uriel have captured Alastair (guest star Christopher Heyerdahl) and ask Dean to use the torturing skills he learned in hell to extract information from him, so they can stop the murders. Sam is concerned Dean can’t handle the job, but Dean agrees to do it. However, when Alastair reveals some shocking information, Dean’s world is shattered.

Exclusive Interview with ‘Supernatural’ Star Misha Collins

Misha Collinsw, Supernatural Great news for fans of Misha Collins. The Supernatural star revealed in an exclusive interview with BuddyTV that Castiel will not only play a big role in the final eight episodes of this season, but he is also in the final stages of signing on as a series regular for Supernatural season 5.

In our interview with Misha Collins, we also spoke about what’s in store for Castiel this season, his interactions with fans, whether he’ll finally get to wear something other than a suit and trenchcoat, getting into trouble with Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, his grandmother’s reaction to his shocking and disturbing guest appearance on Nip/Tuck, and the possibility of more than just five seasons for Supernatural…..READ FULL INTERVIEW AT BUDDY TV

Misha Collins Jsquared Photography

Love the reveal in the last ep that the Supernatural boys can go where angels fear to tread! And speaking of angels, any news on Castiel, Uriel or Anna?
Supernatural
‘s very gracious angel in residence Misha Collins tells me, “We just shot an episode where we meet the man who Castiel possessed—the body that he’s in—and that was a lot of fun for me to shoot, playing a different character. I think that’s episode 20.” Can’t wait!

Preview of ‘Supernatural’ 4.16: Castiel and Dean Against Alastair

4When Castiel is back to ‘Supernatural’, he requires the help of Dean to extract important information from Alastair.


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Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

It’s another showdown between Castiel and Alastair and the former seeks the assistance of Dean in getting an information out of the latter. In the next ““, Angels are found dead, murdered by someone who uses a stolen Lucifer sword. Castiel and Uriel suspect that Alastair is behind all of this. The angels have captured Alastair and ask Dean to use the torturing skills he learned in Hell to extract information from him so they can stop the murders. Sam is concerned Dean can’t handle the job but Dean agrees to do it. However, when Alastair reveals some shocking information, Dean’s world is shattered. After a long break, the show is back with the episode which is called “On the Head of a Pin”, airing March 19. “Supernatural” has been ordered for a fifth season. Castiel’s depicter Misha Collins said that his character will be back for another season. “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!” he informed TV Guide.

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