Supernatural has never shied away from doing “meta” episodes during its six year run. And should the series get picked up for a seventh season (the CW still hasn’t given the green light yet), fans can look for another one to hit our screens. This time, it’d be a musical episode.
Warning: This article contains mild SPOILERS for the upcoming episodes of “Supernatural.” If you don’t want to know what’s to come, please stop reading now….
This weekend, “Supernatural” was the subject of a panel at the annual Paley Festival. And while fans got a chance to celebrate the past and present of the show, a few of those associated with the show were on hand to drop some hints for the future.
While a seventh season of the CW’s “Supernatural” appears to be a sure thing, the cast and crew are still waiting on the official word says actor Jim Beaver.
After a decade, the journey of a teenage Clark Kent is coming to an end.
Misha Collins has revealed that his character Castiel will have his own agenda in the upcoming sixth season.
The angel was killed, resurrected and then returned to Heaven in the show’s fifth season finale.
Warning: This story contains a SPOILER for the upcoming sixth season of “Supernatural.” If you don’t want to know, stop reading.
Wondering where season six will take Sam and Dean now that they’ve fought the battle of heaven vs hell?
Anxious for tonight’s apocalyptic (literally) season finale of “Supernatural?”
If so, we’ve got a tidbit about the fifth season finale from show runner Sarah Gamble.
SUPERNATURAL’S 100TH EPISODE STUNS WITH AN OLD FRIEND AND A SACRIFICE — Dean (Jensen Ackles) begins to think the only way to stop Lucifer is to say yes to Michael, but the angels decide they don’t need him anymore. Dean, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Castiel (Misha Collins) are horrified at the angels’ new game plan and take on Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) to prevent an all out war on Earth. Meanwhile, a familiar face returns. Phil Sgrricia directed the episode written by Jeremy Carver
Series creator and show runner Eric Kripke announced last week that he wil lbe stepping down as the show runner at the end of the current season.
Look like the CW’s Thursday night line-up will be intact for another season. The network gave the green light to new seasons for “The Vampire Diaries” and “Supernatural” yesterday.
SUPERNATURAL: (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) — “Sam, Interrupted”
The Winchester brothers are back tonight for the first all-new episode of the new year. The CW has sent over a couple of video clips from tonight’s episode to help you get ready…
Remember last year when “Supernatural” creator Eric Kripke said that he felt that his hit series should probably only run five seasons?
Well, it appears he may be changing his mind.