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Supernatural Season 11 Preview: The Winchesters Return to Basics and Face Their Past Plus: An All-Impala Hour!

If youre missing the Supernatural of yore, youre in luck. Season 11, premiering Oct. 7 on The CW, is returning to itsold formula and bringing back some mysterious elements from Dean and Sams history. One thing we bat around in the writers room is, You cant escape your past,' executive producer Andrew Dabb noted []

Supernatural Will Embrace the Darkness in Season 11

Supernatural executive producer and cast discuss the Darkness and how it will affect the world.   Read More...

Comic-Con: 'Supernatural' Panelists Tout Season 11's "Epic Feel"

The cast and writers tease a united brotherhood, plus look back on the controversial death Charlie (Felicia Day).   Read More...

Comic-Con 2015: Everything you need to know before the 'Supernatural' panel

At this point, the Winchester brothers are experts at saving people and hunting things, but their lives are a bit more complicated than they were in season 1. So before we get our first taste of Supernatural season 11 at Sundays Comic-Con panel, heres a refresher on the types of trouble...   Read More...

Your Week Just Got Better, Thanks to the Supernatural Season 10 Gag Reel

Not all of us (okay, none of us) were lucky enough to be present at the Supernatural panel at Comic-Con this past weekend, but we're thrilled to be able to spread some of that Winchester magic in the form of the season 10 gag reel: Swapped identities, boobs that won't burn, and almost enough to drool to make Sam and Dean look unsexy (ALMOST, I SAID ALMOST).... it's hard to pick a favorite moment. Supernatural returns for its eleventh season on Wednesday, October 11th.

Supernatural Season 11: The Darkness Invades! What Happens Next?

TVLine hits rewind on the TV seasons biggest What Happens Next finales, then invites you to predict the cliffhanger outcomes Its the end of the world as we know it again on Supernatural. Last seasons finale found the CW series shrouded by Darkness literally as the Mark of Cain was removed []

CW Sets Fall Premiere Dates, Opens With 'Flash'

The network will again launch in October and avoid the crowded landscape of premiere week.   Read More...

'Supernatural's' Misha Collins scales down skyscraper for charity

"Supernatural"star Misha Collins already has try and make the world a better place, but he's expanding his thrill seeking ways to help other organizations as well.The actor scaled down 17 stories of the Marriott Irvine in Orange County, Calif. on Monday, June 15 to raise money and awareness for Shatterproof -- a non-profit organization that gives resources to families and professionals to help children and young adults dealing with alcohol and drug addiction.RELATED: Jared Padalecki explains canceled appearances: 'I needed to unplug'The feat was part of theShatterproof Repelling Challenge. Collins joined over 90 other participants who signed up on theShatterproof websitefor the Orange County event.No prior training for rappelling is required by participants, but they must commit to raise a minimum of $1,000 for the organization.While there are great pictures of Collins traveling down the building, he wasn't able to Periscope his final moments before landing on the ground.I'll try to periscope the...

Jared Padalecki explains canceled appearances: 'I needed to unplug'

After "Supernatural" star Jared Padalecki posted a series of distressing tweets about cancelling his appearance at the annual fan convention JIBCON in Italy, citing a "desperate and urgent need of [his] family," many fans were left worried.When appearing at the ATX TV Festival's "Gilmore Girls" reunion on Saturday, June 6, Padalecki was all smiles, though. Speaking to Us Weekly about his time off from conventions, he says "It's been amazing. I did reboot. I did have a chance to reboot, and it was amazing."RELATED: Jared Padalecki - Fans' love and support is 'going to good use'Padalecki notes he first moved to Los Angeles to break into acting at 17 and has been working fairly consistently in the 10-plus years since. "And the last summer, my life has changed a lot. I have a wife. I have two sons, [Shepherd and Thomas], and so I really needed a chance to just unplug," he explains. "And it...

'Supergirl,' 'The Flash,' 'Supernatural' among Comic-Con 2015 Warner Bros. massive TV slate

Warner Bros. TV is bringing in the big guns for 2015 San Diego Comic-Con. The studio is offering up 18 of its shows (and one new digital series) for fans' enjoyment, including favorites like "Arrow" and "Supernatural" and newcomers like "Supergirl" and "DC's Legends of Tomorrow."Continuing its trend of making Wednesday's Preview Night a can't-miss destination, WBTV will be airing the pilots of four of its new shows: "Supergirl," "Blindspot," "Containment" and "Lucifer" -- plus a new episode of "Teen Titans Go!"But that's not the only night where Comic-Con attendees will be able to see "Supergirl." After the success of 2014's massive Saturday evening comic book TV show superpanel, WBTV pulled together a three-hour event that will again show the "Supergirl" pilot, plus offer video presentations for "DC's Legends of Tomorrow," new digital series "Vixen," "Arrow," "The Flash" and "Gotham." The casts and producers of all those shows will be in attendance for Q&A sessions.Also...