Rejoice, Bones and Fringe fans! These favs return from their hiatuses tonight, plus there are all new episodes of Vampire Diaries, Supernatural , Grey's Anatomy , and more. The only bummer is that the NBC comedies are on break tonight, but enjoy everything else! Check out all that's on tonight: 8/7c Bones on Fox - Hiatus Return! FlashForward on ABC Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains on CBS Vampire Diaries on The CW 9/8c Fringe on Fox - Hiatus Return! Grey's Anatomy on ABC The Mentalist on CBS Supernatural on The CW 10/9c Private Practice on ABC CSI on CBS The Marriage Ref on NBC Project Runway on Lifetime Television The Real Housewives of New York City on Bravo Important Things on Comedy Central America's Best Dance Crew on MTV 10:30/9:30c Sarah Silverman Program on Comedy Central 11/10c Models of the Runway on Lifetime Television The Daily Show on Comedy Central 11:30/10:30c The Colbert Report on Comedy Central 11:35/10:35c The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on NBC What will you be watching?
Watch a sneak peek and check out episode photos from SUPERNATURAL's new episode "Dark Side of the Moon" Season 5 Episode 16 which airs on Thursday April 1st at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW. Synopsis: It's no April Fools Day joke when fellow hunters track and kill Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) as retribution for starting the apocalypse. The boys are surprised to find themselves in Heaven and with Castiel's (Misha Collins) help navigating Paradise, they begin searching for information about God's whereabouts. In the meantime, Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) continues his intense quest to find the brothers and force them to accept their destinies as Lucifer & Michael's vessels. Additional guest stars include: Colin Ford as 'Young Sam,' Samantha Smith as 'Mary Winchester,' Chad Lindbergh as 'Ash,' Traci Dinwiddie as 'Pamela,' Roger Aaron Brown as 'Joshua' and Bones the Dog as 'Casey.' Jeff Woolnough directed the episode written by Andrew Dabb & Dan Loflin. Source & Preview
Lost star Mark Pellegrino has nabbed the lead role in an independent film, according to Variety. Titled Joint Body, it revolves around a parolee who's barred from seeing his young daughter when his ex-wife leaves him. He soon develops a relationship with a stripper and saves her from an unlikely assailant while evading the law. Alicia Witt (Friday Night Lights) and Jim Parrack (True Blood) will also star in the film, which begins shooting next month in Illinois. The 44-year-old actor is best known as Jacob, keeper of the island, on Lost. He also played Lucifer during the fifth season of Supernatural. Source Here
If you watched the preview for next week's episode of Supernatural, you know that Sam and Dean are killed. Again. This time, they do battle with Zachariah in Heaven. The studio just released three video clips from next week's episode, "Dark Side of the Moon," so check them out for a first look. SPOILER WARNING: This article contains videos and details from next week's episode. In the first clip, two Hunters track down Sam and Dean. They're a little annoyed about the Apocalypse and decide to do something about it. Clearly the best part is Dean's unbelievably awesome reaction to his eminent death. To Read More Click Here .
The big 100th episode of Supernatural comes April 15 at 9pm on the CW, and today the network released the official plot synopsis for the episode. What will happen in the 100th episode and will it change the face of the series forever? Here's what the CW has to say about it: "SUPETRNATURAL'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. " To Read More Click Here .
Two big things happen to the Winchester brothers on the next episode of "Supernatural". Called "Dark Side of the Moon" and airing on April 1, the episode sees them dead and returning to their childhood home to meet their deceased mom. Ambushed by angry hunters, Sam and Dean are shot and killed and sent to Heaven. Castiel warns Dean that Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) is looking for them in Heaven so they need to lay low while searching for an angel named Joshua (guest star Roger Aaron Brown) who can help them since he talks directly to God. While searching for Joshua, the brothers run into some old friends and family members. Mary Winchester aka the mother of Dean and Sam are portrayed by Samantha Smith again although in the flashback episode earlier this season, the role was tackled by Amy Gumenick. Mary died in the pilot episode when she was killed by Azazel. She appeared as spirit later in episode "Home" of season 1 and again as a person in alternate world in season 2. Source & Preview
Few actors get the same level of love and respect the fans of Supernatural have for Jim Beaver. As the gruff but loving Bobby Singer, he's as endearing a character as TV has to offer. Though he's only appeared in about a quarter of the show's episodes, Bobby is an integral part to the show's success, a guy who knows how to hunt demons but also knows how to whip the boys into shape. Jim Beaver may not be in every episode of Supernatural, but it was easy to tell at the show's 100th episode party in January that the show is always with him. He's had many great roles in his long career, but it's the blend of emotion, action and dry wit that makes Bobby the one fans will remember. When I spoke to Jim Beaver at the party, we discussed his favorite moment from the series (one that the fans will certainly agree with), what the show means to him, and, of course, Jared Padalecki's noxious gas. To Read More Click Here .
After a long hiatus, Supernatural returns tonight with the much talked about zombie storyline. But forget Zombieland, Night of the Living Dead or 28 Days Later. The show is taking a different approach to flesh-hungry reanimated corpses and we find out about it in the episode "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid." Tonight's installment takes place in Bobby's hometown, which strongly suggests that the 16th episode of the fifth season is Bobby-centric. And any Supernatural fan knows that anything involving Bobby is awesome, funny and heartbreaking all at the same time. When the dead starts rising from the grave in Bobby's home town, Sam and Dean investigates and discovers that instead of attacking humans, they are harmoniously living with their human families. Puzzled by the phenomena, the Winchesters seek Bobby's help but are advised to leave town. To Read More Click Here .
It looks like we might be getting all new episodes of Supernatural from its return date on March 25 until its season finale (in early May, I believe). This is a GOOD thing, people. We've already posted sneak peeks from the upcoming March 25 episode, and now the CW has released some promo photos for the April 1 new episode, along with a synopsis, which you can view below. SAM AND DEAN ARE KILLED AND GO TO HEAVEN. To Read More Click Here .
Check out a three new clips from SUPERNATURAL's new episode "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" which airs on Thursday, March 25 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW. Finally, the boys are back. I just hate these long breaks we get between episodes. And that's why I am really looking forward to this new episode. I also can't wait to find out how it all ends, I'm especially excited to see the big showdown. But for now let's focus on the upcoming episode, "Dead Men Don't WearPlaid," so enjoy the clips below. Synopsis: When dead folks return to their homes in a small town and begin living their old lives like they never left, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) think it's probably another sign of the apocalypse. They soon realize that Bobby (guest star Jim Beaver), who lives nearby, is personally affected by the 'homecoming' and are worried for him. It's not long however, before everyone realizes that the old adage "be careful what you wish for..." is unfortunately all too true. John Showalter directed the episode written by Jeremy Carver. Source & Preview