If, after the most recent episode of Supernatural, you’re thinking to yourself "What could it mean when Sam said he can’t feel anything? What’s wrong with him?", then prepare to get your answer at least 6 times in the promo for the next new episode, which will be airing on November 5. Just to be clear, Sam does not have a soul. Castiel confirms this by doing the "reach into someone’s chest while they scream their head off in order to poke around at their soul" thing he did back in episode 6.03. Also, the text in the promo doubly confirms this fact. Plus, the guy who contemplates turning Sam darkside triply confirms this fact. To Read More Click Here.
On tonight's Oct. 29 episode of "Supernatural," called "You Can't Handle the Truth," the Goddess of Truth curses people with the ability to hear only the truth. Brutal honesty from their acquaintances drives people to suicide, but Dean (Jensen Ackles) uses the curse to try to get some answers from his brother, Sam (Jared Padalecki). Dean isn't the only one with a laundry list of questions. In sticking with the brutal honesty theme, we came up with a list of questions we'd ask show runner Sera Gamble if we could dose her with truth serum. (Don't worry, Sera... we haven't actually figured out how to get our hands on any, yet, so you don't need to worry about being accosted. Yes.) To Read More Click Here.
Despite the apparent serious nature of the October 29 new episode of Supernatural (as evidence in the promo and a sneak peek we previously posted), it looks like we’ll be getting some humor, as you can see in the sneak peek from Canada’s Space Channel below. Oh, Bobby, can you ever fail to make us laugh? Likely not. Although, truth be told, I always suspected there was more to Bobby than meets the eye. After all, a guy who spends that much time at home has to have some extra-curricular activities. And you just know they went beyond what we saw in "Weekend at Bobby’s". Of course Bobby watches horrible reality shows and gets pedicures. Only Jim Beaver could sell it like that. To Read More Click Here.
If you watched last week’s episode of Supernatural, then you know something is seriously wrong with Sam. On the October 29 new episode, we are hopefully going to get closer to understanding what’s going on with Sam. Dean, no longer a vampire and deeply suspicious of his brother, seeks help from both Bobby and Cas to discover what’s going on. When people are cursed with having to tell the truth, he also demands answers from Sam himself. The CW has released a sneak peek. It looks like Dean is back to dealing with stress with his old proven methods – drinking excessively, making threats and being broody. To Read More Click Here.
The situation between the brothers come to what looks like a violent head in the October 29 new episode of Supernatural. In the October 29 episode Dean reveals to Bobby that Sam allowed him to be turned into a vampire and then confronts his brother when the brothers stumble upon a truth curse. Sam may not respond, or he may not give Dean answers that he likes – but either way, there’s a Winchester boxing match coming our way. To Read More Click Here.
Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the upcoming episode of SUPERNATURAL Season 6 Episode 5 titled "Live Free or Twi-hard" which airs on Friday October 22 at 9pm on The CW. Episode Synopsis: DEAN IS TURNED INTO A VAMPIRE — After a group of young girls go missing, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) realize that a group of vampires have taken up residence in the small town. After a fight with two of the blood-suckers, Dean is bitten and turns into a vampire. Samuel (guest star Mitch Pileggi) tells Dean he can change him back but he’d have to get the blood of the vampire who turned him. Dean infiltrates the nest and runs into the Alpha. Jan Eliasburg directed the episode written by Brett Matthews. Source & Preview
Tonight, try Blue Bloods on for size, which CBS just officially picked up for a full season! And of course, don't forget CW favorites Smallville and Supernatural! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Medium on CBS Smallville on The CW School Pride on NBC 9/8c CSI: NY on CBS Supernatural on The CW The Good Guys on FOX 10/9c Blue Bloods on CBS The Soup on E! What will you be watching?
I’m not going to apologize for this, but I don’t like Twilight . There are so many reasons I could give as to why, but I’m not really ready to incur more wrath from the more expressive Twilight fans than I already have (I’ve written some articles in the past about this). So the fact that Supernatural is taking a shot at Twilight ? AWESOME. It is with great pleasure, then, that I present you with two sneak peeks from the upcoming October 22 new episode of Supernatural (and, yes, Dean, the fact that he’s watching her sleep is kind of rapey). Despite the apparently seriousness of the promo we posted late last week, the first sneak peek makes me cackle with absolute glee at the vampire memorabilia decorating this young girl’s room, as well as Sam and Dean’s reaction to it. The second sneak peek shows in the boys chasing some vampires in a club. To Read More Click Here.
So you know all of that recent bonding over shape-shifting babies, motels, helping Bobby, traveling internationally and fighting vampires that Sam and Dean have been doing lately (or will be doing shortly)? It looks like that’s not going to make a hell of a difference come October 29. Sam and Dean will be facing off once again when Dean tells Sam the truth about how he feels about his return and his recent behavior. Then Dean gets threatening by holding a knife to Sam. To Read More Click Here.
After five seasons playing Supernatural's cocky demon hunter Dean Winchester, Jensen Ackles tries out his directing talents on this week's episode, "Weekend at Bobby's" (airing Friday at 9/8c on The CW). "I'd been studying the technical aspects of directing over the years, so the producers finally told me, 'If you want do this, it's yours.' They wrote an episode that was light for [Dean] and focused on Bobby [Jim Beaver], who's trying to regain the soul that he sold to [the demon] Crowley [Mark Sheppard]. And they were nice enough to move the episode to the beginning of the shooting schedule so I had time to prep." Being behind the camera was pretty "daunting," Ackles admits, but costar Jared Padalecki, who plays Dean's younger bro, Sam, went easy on him. "He gave me more slack than he's given any director in our 113 episodes." Now that's some brotherly love. Source Here