Check out some badass pictures of Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins on Supernatural Season 5 Episode 4 "The End" airing October 1 at 9pm on The CW . Episode Synopsis: Sam (Jared Padalecki) tells Dean (Jensen Ackles) he wants to rejoin Dean in the battle of the Apocalypse, but Dean tells Sam that they are better off apart. Later, Dean awakens five years in the future in an abandoned city and is attacked by humans who have been infected with a demonic virus that turns humans into Zombies. Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) appears to Dean and explains that this is the world that exists as a result of Dean saying no to helping the angels fight Lucifer. Dean meets up with Future Dean, who tells him that the virus is the Devil's endgame for destroying mankind. Misha Collins also stars. Steve Boyum directed the episode written by Ben Edlund. Source & More Pics
Supernatural and the entire television community suffered a great loss last year when director and producer Kim Manners passed away. His work on shows like Supernatural and The X-Files was fantastic and he certainly earned the respect of fans and his peers. However, some fans were shocked and disappointed during Sunday's Emmy Award telecast when, for some reason, Manners was left out of the "In Memoriam" segment honoring members of the television industry who passed away over the previous year. Sadly, it's not just the telecast, but Manners was also left out of the official complete list of people who passed away on the Emmy Awards website. That list includes many people whose contribution to television is far lower than that of Manners, such as a TV evangelist named Reverend Ike and infomercial spokesman Billy Mays. I've written to the Academy of Arts and Sciences for clarification on the selection process for who gets mentioned and who doesn't, but thus far have not heard back from them. However, I will add an update if/when I get a response. However, it seems strange to me that a four-time Emmy nominee would not be honored, but people who barely have any connection to TV like Paul Newman, Patrick Swayze and Michael Jackson get time during the telecast. I understand the desire to cater to the audience, and those names are more familiar than Kim Manners, but the Emmys should be about honoring the best in television, not in pop culture. Regardless of the reason for not including Kim Manners, the important thing is that the fans have not forgotten is great work, and that his memory lives on in our memories. Supernatural fans don't need five seconds at the Emmys to remember the impact Manners had, directing many amazing episodes including one of his last ones, the season 4 premiere "Lazarus Rising." So for Kim Manners, let's take an extra moment to remember the wonderful contributions he made to the world of television, even if the Emmys won't. Source Here
Watch a preview of Supernatural Season 5 Episode 3 "Free To Be You and Me" which airs on Thursday September 24 at 9 p.m. on The CW . Episode Synopsis: 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. Source & Preview
Back from Israel to get a rare oil, Castiel tells Dean that it would be his last day on Earth and that he has no plan but sitting quietly until the sun rises. Read more.
... Gossip Girl 's Blair Waldorf! Coming in at a decently close second in The Mean Girls of The CW contest was Naomi Clark of 90210 , and third was the popular write-in of Naomi's truly evil sister Jen! What do you think? Did the meanest mean girl of all take the win or did the crazy popularity of Gossip Girl make for an easy win for Blair?
Hunter Rufus Turner calls in Bobby, Sam, and Dean to deal with a demon infestation in his town, but they soon discover the truth is much more horrifying. Meanwhile, Castiel goes to seek the only entity that can defeat Lucifer. Watch & Discuss: Watch Supernatural Season 5, Episode 2 - 'Good God, Y'All' Read Supernatural's Review Season 5, Episode 2 - 'Good God, Y'All'
The town is shocked by an act of violence in 'Friday Night Bites' and the search of God continues in 'Free to be You and Me'. Read more
After a pretty good season premiere, how about some clips from the second episode from season 5 of Supernatural "Good God, Y'all," which airs on Thursday September 17 at 9 p.m. on The CW . Episode Synopsis: When Bobby (guest star Jim Beaver) gets an urgent call from Rufus (guest star Steven Williams) that's suddenly cut off, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) rush to Colorado to try to help him. What they find is a town overrun by a new breed of demons, some old friends - and a past that continues to haunt them. Also stars Misha Collins as 'Castiel' and guest stars Samantha Ferris as 'Ellen Harvelle,' Alona Tal as 'Jo Harvelle,' and Titus Welliver as 'Roger.' "Good God, Y'all" was written by Sera Gamble and directed by Phil Sgriccia. Source & Preview If You Missed The Last Episode Watch It Here Online
Should creator Eric Kripke decide to bring back John Winchester down to earth on " Supernatural ", the actor portraying the character is ready to get in action. Jeffrey Dean Morgan, in his chat with Movie Web, said that he really wants to come back for at least one episode before the show ends for good this season. "I don't know? I just read somewhere that Kripke wants me back. That guy, I think he's probably lying, but if it is in fact the last year, I'd like to come back," he states. "If it really is going to be canceled after this year then I'd like to come back. I've been saying for the last four years that that storyline got cut out too soon. I'd love to go back for at least one episode or something. I love those guys. I love Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles so much." For one thing, Kripke mentioned once that he didn't envision the show to go beyond five seasons, prompting rumors of this 2009-2010 season to be the last. In response to that situation, Morgan says, "I heard that, too. Getting new actors and everything. Jared and Jensen wouldn't even be in it, just to fulfill his seven years. I don't know if that's even allowed and, by the way, I can't imagine Warner Brothers saying, 'Yeah, that's cool. You can get rid of Jared and Jensen'." "They were going to take on secondary characters, maybe? I just don't see that happening. If you take out Jared and Jensen, you're going to lose 90 percent of your audience, probably. I can't imagine them doing that, but it makes for great news if you say that kind of stuff." The last appearance that Morgan made as John was in season 2 when he went from hell to 'up'. His story was never explained since then. "Supernatural" itself is running its fifth season currently on Thursdays at 9/8c. Source Here
The ratings are in, and it looks like vampires aren't going anywhere. Last night's series premiere of The CW 's The Vampire Diaries was watched by 4.8 million viewers, and that's without any additional DVR numbers. Just how big is that for the CW? It's on par with last year's much-hyped premiere of 90210 , which was the CW's highest-rated premiere ever. However, I suspect the fall-off into the second week won't be as huge, since The Vampire Diaries doesn't suck nearly as much as that did. Also, the CW can crow because last night's episode of The Vampire Diaries was watched by more people than anything on ABC or Fox. Yes, those networks featured repeats of Grey's Anatomy and Bones , but in all fairness to the CW, beating a Grey's repeat by almost one million viewers is kind of huge. This is great news for the network after the disappointing ratings for Melrose Place (2009) earlier in the week, which scored 2.3 million viewers, less than half what The Vampire Diaries did. In other words, it's 100 percent clear now the CW needs to hold onto vampires and stop remaking '90s shows. Sadly, news wasn't as good for Supernatural , which dropped to 3.4 million viewers. That's the second lowest season premiere the show has had in five years. But on the bright side, it was the show's highest rating since January, and there were only four episodes in season 4 that were watched by more people. However, these numbers only refer to traditional overnight ratings. With the CW, a network that appeals mostly to younger audiences, the DVR numbers, which are usually compiled by taking all the views on DVR over the next seven days, will come out in about a week and a half, and I suspect The Vampire Diaries will add even more viewers when those come out. Source Here