Ah, welcome back Thursday night TV! While the rest of the NBC comedies returned last week, we finally get The Office back tonight. Also, to all you Reelers' excitement and joy, it's finally time for the return of Vampire Diaries and Supernatural !! There's plenty else on as well including the premiere of The Deep End and winter premiere of Burn Notice , so check out all that's new below: 8/7c Community on NBC The Deep End on ABC Bones on Fox Vampire Diaries on The CW 8:30/7:30c Parks & Recreation on NBC 9/8c The Office on NBC Grey's Anatomy on ABC Fringe on Fox CSI on CBS Supernatural on The CW Burn Notice on USA Network 9:30/8:30c 30 Rock on NBC 10/9c Private Practice on ABC The Mentalist on CBS Project Runway on Lifetime Television Archer on FX The Real Housewives of Orange County on Bravo 11/10c The Daily Show on Comedy Central Models of the Runway on Bravo 11:30/10:30c The Colbert Report on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
The wait is finally over! First of all, congratulations for surviving two painful months without Supernatural. The long hiatus has certainly been difficult to endure with all the big mysteries and cliffhangers left by "Abandon All Hope" but I'm sure "Sam, Interrupted," the 11th episode of the fifth season, is worth the wait. When we last saw Supernatural, Sam and Dean tried to kill Lucifer with the Colt only to discover that it can't kill him. Lucifer then sacrificed several demons to summon Death, while Castiel managed to free himself from his trap and took the brothers to Bobby's where they silently grieve over Ellen and Jo's death. You can catch up on the full recap in this article. As you may have already heard, the first Supernatural episode of the year finds Sam and Dean in a mental hospital when a former hunter named Martin Creaser, who has ended up in the psych ward, calls for help. The brothers use their real-life supernatural experiences as their entry ticket to get themselves admitted as patients in attempt to investigate the mysterious happenings afoot the hospital. It's bad enough that patients are being attacked by a strange force but Sam and Dean's confinement makes matters even worse as it pushes them to their breaking point while they unleash their inner demons against each other. For a sneak peek at tonight's episode, check out the videos here , here and here . Source Here
Round 1 is now COMPLETED! Vote in ROUND 2: Hottest Boys of The CW, Round 2: Ian Somerhalder vs. Jared Padalecki The nominations are in for your favorite faint-worthy boys of The CW ! We had four nominees including two Supernatural cast members, one Vampire Diaries cast member, and one Gossip Girl cast member that won the nominations round by far, so now we're going to go three rounds, basketball style, pitting #1 vs. #4, #2 vs. #3, then the winners of each against each other. To start out in Round 1 with our #1 and #4 nominees, we have Jensen Ackles of Supernatural vs. Chace Crawford of Gossip Girl ! So, ladies and gentlemen alike, start the voting in the comments below! Since there are only two options, Jensen or Chace, please vote for only one of these sexy CW gentlemen. The voting will run Wednesday (1/20) afternoon - Friday (1/22) afternoon, then Round 2 will begin. After that, as mentioned, the winners from these rounds will be pitted against each other in the final showdown for the title of the hottest CW boy of all!
It's been an exhaustive wait for Supernatural fans, but that show finally returns with a new episode on Thursday. Heading into the second half of season five, producer Sera Gamble spoke to TV Guide Magazine about what viewers have to look forward to over the next few months... On the February 4 episode, Back to the Future 2: 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. If the baddie succeeds, Mary and John (pictured) will be murdered - and Sam and Dean will never be born. On the Valentine's Day episode: 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 gone rogue. So they capture and interrogate him. To Read More Click Here .
The casting execs have finally put a name and a face to one of the highly anticipated characters of Supernatural's fifth season. Cupid, as reported previously, is paying a visit to Sam and Dean just in time for Valentine's Day. However, he won't come in the form of a little winged cherub. Warning: Spoilers ahead!!! To Read More Click Here .
"Supernatural" has released a well over two minutes clip that reveals how Sam got in a psychiatric ward at the first place. Dean tells the attending doctor that his brother has been talking about the Apocalypse and how he was responsible for it. Sam recounts the real event in the end of season 4 that saw him killing Lilith and unleashing Lucifer. A former hunter named Martin, who is currently institutionalized, calls Sam and Dean for help investigating a case in the mental hospital. The brothers get themselves admitted as patients to check out the mysterious monster that is attacking the patients, but their incarceration pushes both to the breaking point as they unleash their inner demons against each other. The preview is for January 21 episode titled "Sam, Interrupted", the first episode of 2010 after Winter break. On related news, EW has just reported that the may have gotten its cupid for Valentine's Day episode "My Bloody Valentine". Lex Medlin who has starred on "Southland" reportedly will guest star as the Cherub who may cause several couples to start engaging in obsessive, acompulsive, and deadly behavior. The episode is to air on February 11. Source Here
Check out the first photos of Young John and Mary Winchester back on SUPERNATURAL "Back to the Future Part 2" Season 5 Episode 13 which airs on The CW. Also returning is Julie McNiven as Anna (see photo below). Episode Spoilers: SUPERNATURAL "Back to the Future Part 2" Season 5 Episode 13 -Dean takes another blast to the past to see young versions of John and Mary to save them from Anna who goes back to the past to kill them. Source & More Photos
Thanks to The CW 's Twitter mole, LilMissX, we now have a sneak peek at an upcoming Supernatural episode that will feature the return of John Winchester. But before you get too excited, relax: Jeffrey Dean Morgan is not back. Instead, this new photo is from an upcoming episode tentatively titled "Back to the Future II." As you might imagine, it's another flashback episode, which means the Papa Winchester we'll meet again is the young one. Matthew Cohen, who first appeared as Young John in season 4's "In the Beginning," returns, as you can see in the photo where he's featured with Dean. I know it might not be as cool as having the original Papa Winchester back, but it should be interesting to see how the past ties back to the Lucifer/Apocalypse storyline. Supernatural returns with new episodes Thursday, January 21 at 9pm on the CW.' Source Here
Every time CW president Dawn Ostroff takes questions from the press, we always get the same debate: will there be a sixth season for Supernatural? Over the weekend, Ostroff spoke at the January press tour for the Television Critics Association, and once again she was asked whether season 6 is going to happen for Supernatural. While there's little new in her answer, things are definitely looking up for fans who want more Sam and Dean. Ostroff talked about how pleased she is with the creativity of the writers this season, the boost in ratings, particularly among women, and the fact that Supernatural is a very good fit with the network's newest hit, The Vampire Diaries. She also talked about creator Eric Kripke. While every fan knows that he came into the show with a five-year plan, Ostroff believes he has more than enough talent and creativity to keep Supernatural going, as does his writing staff. According to her, Kripke is keeping a very open mind about a possible season 6. None of this should come as a surprise, as the CW is desperate to keep hold of anything that works. The network is struggling with a very week Tuesday night lineup of '90s reboots and a general lack of original programming. With repeats on Tuesdays and Wednesdays until March, the CW will only be airing five hours of original programming per week for the next two months. That's hardly enough to sustain a major network, so Ostroff is certainly hoping and praying that Supernatural will stick around for another year. Source Here
Ever wondered what heaven would be like? Supernatural is giving us not just a sneak peek of paradise as reported previously but an episode set in the mystical place, according to Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello. Warning: Spoilers ahead!!! If you've been reading spoilers about the rest of the fifth season of Supernatural, then this shouldn't come as a surprise for you. The show is going to feature a plot in which Sam and Dean are going to die--- actually, "murdered" is the more appropriate term, and will go to heaven. Death has never really been a stranger on Supernatural but considering how heavy and emotional the past deaths have been, it's unsettling to imagine what the Winchester brothers might go through. On the other hand, there's comfort in knowing that there might be some insane or humorous twist involve in all this. What will heaven look like? Any thoughts on who murders Sam and Dean? Don't forget to catch Supernatural when it returns on Thursday, January 21 on The CW. Source Here