SUPERNATURAL: Misha Collins Previews a Human Castiel

SUPERNATURAL fans will be seeing a new side of Castiel in season 9 — but it won’t be as dramatic as a shift as there has been in the past when Cas went into God-mode, etc. “It’s still the Cas we know; he’s just stripped of his powers,” Misha Collins (Castiel) teased to reporters at [...]

First 'Supernatural' Season 9 promo photo released of Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, and Misha Collins

We still might have to wait another two months before the "Supernatural" Season 9 premiere, but The CW just released something to make the wait a teeny tiny bit easier.This new behind-the-scenes image from a recent promotional photo shoot features the three stars Jensen Ackles (Dean Winchester), Jared Padalecki (Sam Winchester), and Misha Collins (angel-turned-human Castiel), looking ready to take on a whole new season of demons, rogue angels, and whatever else comes their way.Our biggest question: where is Castiel's signature trench coat? Now that he's a human, has he lost the ability to wear the thick coat 24/7? It has to get hot under there, and he feels temperature now that he lost his grace.Season 9 will deal with the fall-out from Castiel being tricked into closing the gates of heaven, causing all the angels to fall to earth -- including new character, injured warrior angel Ezekiel (played by Tahmoh Penikett). There will...

'Supernatural' Enlists 'Whodunnit' Host for Season 9 (Exclusive)

Gildart Jackson will guest star in the fourth episode of the CW drama's upcoming season.  

Battlestar Galactica's Tahmoh Penikett Cast in Supernatural Season 9 as Ezekiel!

A fallen angel joins the cast of Supernatural! Battlestar Galactica's Tahmoh Penikett will be joining Supernatural for it's upcoming 9th season. Penikett has previously appeared on CW show Arrow and now he'll be joining the Winchester brothers as Ezekiel, a fallen angel and dignified warrior who was injured during the Fall. He'll make his first appearance in the Season 9 premiere, which will air on October 8th. So, are you excited to see this BSG alum join the cast of Supernatural? Let us know your thoughts in the comments and stick with us at Celebified for all the latest TV news.

SUPERNATURAL: Jeremy Carver Teases Returning Guest Stars

Over its eight seasons on the air, SUPERNATURAL has collected quite the roster of guest stars. And sure, they’ve killed off a good number of characters, but death is rarely a massive deterrent on this show. Case in point? Jim Beaver’s Bobby Singer is set to make another return to SUPERNATURAL, despite being killed off [...]

'Supernatural' Season 9 casts Tahmoh Penikett as angel Ezekiel

The angels on "Supernatural" were in for a rude awakening during the final moments of Season 8, when Castiel was tricked by Metatron to close the gates of Heaven, causing all the angels to fall to earth. When Season 9 picks up this fall, we'll finally get to the see the consequences of that major event, including one of those angels who might not be too happy with Castiel's actions."Supernatural" just cast Tahmoh Penikett to guest star as Ezekiel, an angel who executive producer Jeremy Carver described as "a dignified warrior angel injured in the Fall.""The early parts of Season 9 will very much be dealing with the fallout from the finale and the ramifications," Carver told Zap2it. "We'll see all kinds of angels -- angels we never expected to see, angels no angels ever expected to see. And the angels won't be one monolithic thing. There are types of different angels, and some...

'Supernatural' Actor Moves To 'White Collar'

"White Collar" Season 5 is adding a new friendly face. HuffPost TV has learned exclusively that " Supernatural " actor Mark Sheppard will appear in a substantial arc on "White Collar's" upcoming season . Sheppard will appear in seven of "White Collar's" Season 5 episodes, reprising the role he played in the USA drama's pilot four years ago. In that debut episode, his character, Curtis Hagen, a shady art forger nicknamed "The Dutchman," was apprehended by Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) and sent to prison. "It's such a gift to be able to revisit a character like Hagen," Sheppard told HuffPost TV. "It's so much fun to come back after four years and stir the pot a little." Read More...

New Details on The CW's Supernatural Spin-Off Revealed! Will Sam & Dean Winchester Be Involved?

New details emerge about Supernatural's potential new spin-off series! Right after the CW announced that Supernatural's season 9 premiere was getting moved up a week earlier to October 8th, fans of the show received another dose of good news! TV Line confirms that the Supernatural spin-off show, which is still currently in its early development stages, will officially take place in Chicago and will explore a whole new cast of characters battling evil in the Windy City. That's right - a whole NEW cast of characters sadly means that no Winchester Brothers, or any other Supernatural characters for that matter, will star in this new series... but will you still tune in if the CW decides to pick it up? Stick with us at Celebified for more details as they're revealed, and don't miss new episodes of Supernatural when it returns this October.

Supernatural Exclusive: Misha Collins on the "Mess" of Castiel, Life as a Human

We've already heard from Jared Padalecki at Comic-Con and the deep, dangerous waters Sam and Dean will find themselves in on Supernatural Season 9. We've also chatted with Jensen Ackles and gotten an idea of what having a home base will mean to the brothers moving forward. Now, in our latest Supernatural exclusive, we're on the red carpet with Misha Collins, whose beloved character of Castiel will be undergoing quite a few changes this fall. How will he react to being human? Does the star prefer portraying the series or funny side of Castiel? And what about all that grocery shopping?!? Watch this Q&A now:

CW Scoop: Supernatural Spin-Off, Beauty's New Beast and Nikita's Farewell

  Just like the youthful demo it is targeting, The CW is still growing. "The parent companies have been very happy with how The CW has performed," network president Mark Pedowitz said at the Television Critics Association's fall previews on Tuesday. He added that online viewership has grown by 20 percent, and the on-air ratings and household numbers continue to increase.