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SUPERNATURAL ''Exile on Main St'' Season 6 Premiere - Preview

Watch a sneak peek and browse photos of the Season 6 premiere episode of SUPERNATURAL Exile on Main St Season 6 Episode 1 which airs on Friday, September 24 at 9pm on The CW. You can read all our Supernatural coverage here. Episode Synopsis: It's a year later and Dean (Jensen Ackles) has given up hunting and is living with Lisa (guest star Cindy Sampson) and her son Ben (guest star Nicholas Elia). Mysteriously freed from his cage in hell, Sam (Jared Padalecki) finds Dean and tells him he needs to rejoin the fight and introduces Dean to a world-a family-he never even knew existed: the Campbells, his mother's family, lead by none other than their Grandfather Samuel (Pileggi). Phil Sgrricia directed the episode written by Sera Gamble. Source & Preview

'Supernatural': TNT to air 20-hour marathon.

In the television equivalent of pre-gaming, TNT will be airing 20 episodes of Supernatural starting at midnight Sept. 24 (Thursday going into Friday) as a warm up to the show's sixth (!) season premiere. The marathon will run until 8 p.m. ET, giving you one hour to eat, catch a cat nap, and/or shower, all of which you likely will not have done in the last 20 hours. As a proponent of proper season premiere planning, I'm on board! I even like the lineup; it gives me one hour of sleep before work (5 a.m. to 6 a.m., not my favorite episode), commute time (Yay for at-desk TVs!), and the aforementioned hour to get home and prepare for amazingness on the CW. Source Here

Supernatural Season 6 Preview!

Can't wait to see what the Winchester boys will be up to in season 6? The premiere isn't until Friday, September 24th, but we have a glimpse at the upcoming season in this exclusive promo clip... and I have to say, it looks pretty gnarly! Watch below and get geared up for the season premiere! Supernatural Season 6 Preview

Supernatural Season 6 Preview!

Can't wait to see what the Winchester boys will be up to in season 6? The premiere isn't until Friday, September 24th, but we have a glimpse at the upcoming season in this exclusive promo clip... and I have to say, it looks pretty gnarly! Watch below and get geared up for the season premiere! Supernatural Season 6 Preview

Long Promo - Supernatural Season 6

Late last week we posted three short promos for the upcoming season 6 premiere of Supernatural, which will air on Friday, September 24 (view them here and here). But now, thank you, thank you, thank you to Ausiello for the first full-length, over a minute long trailer for Supernatural season 6! The trailer below is cool. It’s dark, it’s full of a lot of our favorite characters, and it’s got a shirtless Sammy! Doing pull-ups! GAH! That’s Sera Gamble going “yeah, ladies, you’re WELCOME!” Thank you, Sera. Based on behind the scenes photos we’ve seen, as well as footage from Comic Con, I recongize scenes from the season premiere, as well as episodes 6.03 and 6.04. So it’s probably safe to assume at least some footage is from each of the four episodes of the new season. Check out the promo below and enjoy it! Less than two weeks until the new premiere. To Read More Click Here .

Misha Collins Talks 'Supernatural' Spoilers and Never-Before-Seen Photo

Last week, TV Squad caught up with 'Supernatural' star Misha Collins to talk about his new charity, Random Acts, a collective of fans, volunteers and all-around good people who are trying to make the world a better place. Since then, Collins has successfully completed his marathon, running a total of 83 kilometers (a staggering 52 miles) to raise money for Random Acts' various projects, including helping those affected by the recent disasters in Haiti and Pakistan. The effort has currently amassed over $75,000, with the final total expected to be closer to $100,000. To Read More Click Here .

'Supernatural' Season 6 Videos: Trust No One

Season 6 of Supernatural begins Friday, September 24 at 9pm on the CW, and now we have our first look at the direction the show is taking. In three sneak peeks, Supernatural season 6 is definitely going to be more personal, with the tag line "Trust No One" as a recurring theme. We also get plenty of friends and family, showing that those personal connections are what will drive the show. Check out the three clips about Dean's life with Lisa and Ben, the return of Sam and Bobby's return. Source & Preview

First Teaser of 'Supernatural' Season 6

The CW has begun campaigning for the sixth season of "Supernatural" by releasing the first two promos. The first one, which is shorter, is more focused on the first return episode called "Exile on Main St." while the other recaps last season's scenes to remind fans how the Winchesters have been "chosen". In "Exile", it's a year later and Dean has given up hunting and is living with Lisa and her son Ben. Mysteriously freed from his cage in hell, Sam finds Dean and tells him he needs to rejoin the fight and introduces Dean to a world-a family-he never even knew existed... the Campbells, his mother's family, lead by none other than their Grandfather Samuel. To Read More Click Here .

'Supernatural' star teases Castiel plot

Supernatural star Misha Collins has revealed that his character Castiel will have his own agenda in the upcoming sixth season. The angel was killed, resurrected and then returned to Heaven in the show's fifth season finale. Collins told TV Guide: "Castiel has his own host of problems [now]. [He's] dealing with maintaining a balance of power in Heaven." He explained that Castiel will interact less with Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles). "It's really not something [that] Sam and Dean are any longer involved with," he said. "Cas is [now] much less concerned with Sam and Dean and much more concerned with his own problems." The actor previously hinted that Castiel will have a "very different role" in the new season. Supernatural returns to The CW on September 24.

Watch an Exclusive Supernatural Behind-the-Scenes Clip with Commentary from Eric Kripke

"We don't do angels on this show," Supernatural creator Eric Kripke recalls saying back in Season 3. Fast-forward two seasons and he now admits, "Looking back it was obvious." In this exclusive, behind-the-scenes clip from the Season 5 DVD, Kripke talks about the introduction of Misha Collins' character Castiel. Plus: He and writer Bob Singer discuss their original five-year plan for the show and how they chose to dramatize the apocalypse in Season 5. Source & Clip
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