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'Supernatural' Interview: Jim Beaver on Next Season and Comic-Con

Shortly before Supernatural took the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con's Hall H by storm, the cast and producers took the time to meet with reporters. Jim Beaver shared his thoughts on Comic-Con and where Supernatural is going in the upcoming season. http://www.buddytv.com/articles/supernatural/supernatural-interview-jim-bea-41289.aspx

'Supernatural's' Misha Collins: Don't expect Castiel to help Sam out

"Supernatural" fans were sent into a bit of a tailspin at the end of Season 6, when the fan favorite character of Castiel took a dramatic turn toward the dark side and actor Misha Collins' role was reduced from series regular to guest star status.At Comic-Con, executive producer Sera Gamble was coy about Castiel's involvement after the first two episodes, and Collins is not currently contracted for any further appearances.We spoke with Collins at the Television Critics Association party on Wednesday night, and he helped to shed some light on Castiel's current point of view. "I'll spoil this right now for you -- he does start the season as both a wrathful and vengeful god," Collins says. "But he's also righteous, in his own mind. He thinks that he's doing the right thing."In the Season 6 finale, Castiel brought down the "wall" in Sam's (Jared Padalecki) mind that protected him from his memories of hell,... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/08/supernaturals-misha-collins-dont-expect-castiel-to-help-sam-out.html

The CW's 'Supernatural,' 'Gossip Girl,' and more get extra episodes -- but not 'The Vampire Diaries'

Good news, CW fans! This season, the network is hoping to shrink those long, arduous, cold, lonely, sad mid-season hiatuses by giving you more of the shows you love. They've picked up extra episodes of several of their returning dramas. "Supernatural" and "Nikita" will have their seasons extended to 23 episodes, while "Gossip Girl" and "90210" will have 24 episodes each."The Vampire Diaries," the network's highest-rated show, will keep its 22-episode order, as it has a more demanding post-production schedule. Additionally, Kevin Williamson, one of its executive producers, is already pulling double duty with the freshman series "The Secret Circle."We're thrilled that the network is further enabling our addiction. We can quit any time we want, okay? Leave us alone.... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/08/the-cws-supernatural-gossip-girl-and-more-get-extra-episodes.html

'Supernatural': Misha Collins meets the Ghostfacers

"Supernatural" doesn't return to The CW until Sept. 23, but we've got a fun mid-hiatus treat for all of you Castiel fans!Last year, we loved the "Supernatural" spin-off web series "Ghostfacers," featuring our favorite fumbling ghost hunters Ed (A.J. Buckley) and Harry (Travis Wester). But we didn't get to see all of it. In the middle of "Supernatural's" fifth season, series star Misha Collins approached Buckley and Wester about their hilarious characters, who he didn't have the opportunity to interact with on The CW show. "He came up to us and told us he wanted to be on our show," Buckley told FearNet. "We pitched an 'Interview With an Angel' piece to ['Supernatural' creator Eric Kripke, who loved it. We had a blast shooting it."After "Supernatural" was picked up for Season 6, however, the "Facers" were asked to keep the segment under wraps. Until now!Check out the episode below, in which the Ghostfacers are introduced... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/08/supernatural-misha-collins-meets-the-ghostfacers.html

Interview: Mark Sheppard (Supernatural) Comic-Con 2011 [Video]

Mark Sheppard, star of the CW’s hit series  SUPERNATURAL , was at Comic-Con 2011 to do a panel about the show. Before taking the stage with some of the cast, Mark sat down to answer a few questions. Be sure to check out our other Comic-Con interviews. In the interview Mark doesn’t believe it when he’s told that Crowley will be back in season 7 and decides to get confirmation for himself from the source, gives us a little more insight into Crowley, his opinions of the show as a fan himself and how much he loves working on it, what he loves most about his fans, and much more! (plus, he also noticed my ‘Church of Castiel’ shirt, which made me extremely happy.) Read More... http://www.daemonstv.com/2011/08/01/interview-mark-sheppard-supernatural-comic-con-2011-video/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+daemonstv+%28Daemon%27s+TV%29

'Supernatural' Interview: Misha Collins at Comic-Con

Shortly before   Supernatural  took the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con's Hall H by storm, the cast and producers took the time to meet with reporters.   Misha Collins shared his thoughts on Comic-Con and where   Supernatural  is going in the upcoming season. http://www.buddytv.com/articles/supernatural/supernatural-interview-misha-c-41178.aspx

'Supernatural': Does fan reaction impact the writing? Sera Gamble and Ben Edlund weigh in

"Supernatural" fans are amongst the most vocal on Zap2it, so when we had the opportunity to talk to executive producer Sera Gamble and consulting producer Ben Edlund at San Diego Comic-Con, we had to ask them about how fan reactions impact their storytelling process. "It's hard not to read it," Edlund says of the fans' online rants and raves. "You're in a dialog. It's an amazing thing that the internet gives you this chance of seeing what people think... so we definitely take it in." He says that just as fans respond to the material, he hopes that the material also responds to the fans. "Like any dialog, we're in that conversation. It gives us an indication of what viewer expectation is and that helps us play tension against viewer expectation. We want to scare people and surprise them and make them worried, so it tells us where the zeitgeist is moving so we can... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/07/supernatural-does-fan-reaction-impact-the-writing-sera-gamble-and-ben-edlund-weigh-in.html

'Supernatural's' Jared Padalecki: Will Season 7 be the scariest yet?

We would argue that the scare factor on "Supernatural" has decreased over the years, mostly due to the fact that by now, we as an audience are harder to surprise. When we caught up with series star Jared Padalecki at San Diego Comic-Con, however, he suggested that Season 7 may be the scariest yet -- at least inside Sam Winchester's head."I got chills on my arm. I don't think I've ever gotten that," he says. "There were parts where reading the script I was almost watching the show." He gives a full-body shudder for effect. "We've seen these guys bear their burdens and wear their fear with courage and with stoicism, and just flash through it, and that's honorable, that's how people get through their day, hopefully, but here we see Sam scared. Truly terrified. For somebody who's seen what he's seen to really be losing it, it kind of gives me chills."Producer Ben Edlund... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/07/supernaturals-jared-padalecki-will-season-7-be-the-scariest-yet.html

Live at the San Diego Comic-Con: A Few Minutes With... "Supernatural" Co-Star Jensen Ackles

Part three of three of our visit with the cast of The CW series. If you're a geeky show (or even a geek-adjacent one) the place to be every July is Comic-Con International: San Diego. And with the success of last year's press line interviews, we're braving the unwashed masses once again to snag a few minutes with your favorite stars and creative teams. Day 3 saw visits with the folks behind "Chuck," "The Vampire Diaires," "Alcatraz," "Once Upon a Time," "Nikita," "The Secret Circle" and "Fringe."  Read More... http://www.thefutoncritic.com/video/2011/07/24/live-at-the-san-diego-comic-con-a-few-minutes-with-supernatural-co-star-jensen-ackles-910122/20110724_ackles/

Live at the San Diego Comic-Con: A Few Minutes With... "Supernatural" Co-Star Misha Collins

Part two of three of our visit with the cast of The CW series. If you're a geeky show (or even a geek-adjacent one) the place to be every July is Comic-Con International: San Diego. And with the success of last year's press line interviews, we're braving the unwashed masses once again to snag a few minutes with your favorite stars and creative teams. Day 3 saw visits with the folks behind "Chuck," "The Vampire Diaires," "Alcatraz," "Once Upon a Time," "Nikita," "The Secret Circle" and "Fringe."  Read More... http://www.thefutoncritic.com/video/2011/07/24/live-at-the-san-diego-comic-con-a-few-minutes-with-supernatural-co-star-misha-collins-319025/20110724_collins/