Ok, I give up. I have absolutely no idea what the heck is going to happen in season 6 of Supernatural. Now that the newest casting spoilers have been making the rounds, I am officially ceasing to even speculate what's in store for the Winchester brothers next season and can only hope that Comic Con (the Supernatural panel will take place on Sunday, July 25) will shed some light on what to expect in September. Before moving onto the new spoilers, let's recap. We already know the show intends to return to its more monster-of-the-week roots, but still with a season-long story arc. We already know that Sam will pull Dean out of his "normal life" and back into a life of hunting. We already know that Grandpa Campbell (having, you know, DIED back in the 1970s) will somehow become a recurring characteron the show next season (as Mitch Pileggi has been cast as a recurring character). The return of Grandpa Campbell alone confuses me, because I have no idea whether that will occur because of time travel or resurrection. To Read More Click Here .
Supernatural began filming in Vancouver this week for season 6. However, the show is starting out very different than normal. According to Zap2It, the first episode being filmed will be the fourth episode to air. SPOILER WARNING: Stop reading now if you want to avoid spoilers about Supernatural's sixth season. The reason for the shift is that the fourth episode will be directed by star Jensen Ackles and in order to give him enough time to properly prepare for his directorial debut, he's filming first to avoid being overworked with starring and directing. The episode, titled "Weekend at Bobby's," is obviously a very heavy Bobby episode. Jim Beaver tweeted "I knew being the single lead on a series is the hardest job in the acting biz," The implication isn't just that Bobby will be the star, but also that Sam and Dean will be marginalized. To Read More Click Here .
June 30, 2010 (Burbank, CA) -- The CW Network has set its fall premiere schedule, launching its fifth broadcast season with 10 hours of original programming of returning favorites and two new series. On Wednesday, September 8, Cycle 15 of the hit reality series AMERICA'S NEXT TOP MODEL (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) kicks-off the 2010-2011 season, followed by the series premiere of new drama HELLCATS (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET). HELLCATS is a pumped-up drama about a young pre-law student (Aly Michalka, "Bandslam") whose world is turned upside-down when she loses her scholarship and has to join the college's competitive cheerleading squad. This fun, energetic series is a behind-the-scenes look at the drama, politics and pressure surrounding the football program at a Southern university.Â Ashley Tisdale ("High School Musical") also stars as a young woman who is totally committed to the cheerleading squad to realize her dreams. On Thursday, September 9, the network's #1 show, THE VAMPIRE DIARIES (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) returns for a second season and leads into new action-drama series NIKITA (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET). NIKITA stars international action-film star and martial arts expert Maggie Q ("Mission Impossible III") in the title role as a spy and assassin for a top secret U.S. government agency, who rebels against the system that created her and will stop at nothing to bring their powerful operation to an end. On Monday, September 13, viewers will get the best of both coasts when the third season premiere of 90210 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) leads into the season four premiere of GOSSIP GIRL (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET). On Tuesday, September 14, two fan favorites go back-to-back when season eight of ONE TREE HILL (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) leads into the second season of LIFE UNEXPECTED (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET). On Friday, September 24, SMALLVILLE (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) kicks-off its tenth and final season with the non-stop action and classic DC Comics characters viewers love, followed by the sixth season ofSUPERNATURAL (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET). Following is The CW's fall premiere schedule: Wednesday, Sept. 8 8:00-9:00 p.m. America's Next Top Model (Season Premiere) 9:00-10:00 p.m. Hellcats (Series Premiere) Thursday, Sept. 9 8:00-9:00 p.m. Vampire Diaries (Season Premiere) 9:00-10:00 p.m. Nikita (Series Premiere) Monday, Sept. 13 8:00-9:00 p.m. 90210 (Season Premiere) 9:00-10:00 p.m. Gossip Girl (Season Premiere) Tuesday, Sept. 14 8:00-9:00 p.m. One Tree Hill (Season Premiere) 9:00-10:00 p.m. Life UneXpected (Season Premiere) Friday, September 24 8:00-9:00 p.m. Smallville (Season Premiere) 9:00-10:00 p.m. Supernatural (Season Premiere) All Times ET What CW fall premiere are you most excited for?
It's official: Mitch Pileggi is returning to Supernatural as Sam and Dean's presumed-dead grandpa - and not for some one-off guest stint. As I first teased in Ask Ausiello, the X-Files vet will appear in multiple episodes during season 6. 'I'm a longtime fan of Mitch's work,Â gushes executive producer/new showrunner Sera Gamble. And we all thought he did an amazing job the first time around, so we're excited he was game to [return].Â To Read More Click Here .
In an interview with Jensen Ackles, he told a few secrets for season 6. One of them being that season 6 will be set in the future to see where the characters are now. Does this seem like a good idea or will it just fail in the making?
The summer is a pretty dry time for Supernatural news, but here are the latest bits of news to keep you excited until the boys return for season 6 in September. -According to Examiner, Jensen Ackles will be directing an episode of the show's sixth season. There have been rumors for a while that we was going to direct, and it looks like season 6 will finally be his time to step behind the camera on Supernatural. -According to EW's Michael Ausiello, Supernatural is looking to bring back Mitch Pileggi for multiple episodes in season 6. Fans definitely remember Pileggi as Samuel Campbell, Sam and Dean's grandpa who presumably died after being possessed by Azazel. Is Grandpa Winchester alive? Does this mean season 6 will feature a lot more time travel? I'm not sure how Supernatural could do it, but since she show's biggest strength is the family issues the characters deal with, I'm in favor of bringing back all the Winchester relatives you can. To Read More Click Here .
Though The CW consistently comes in last place in the ratings, there's no denying that the viewers they do have are fiercely loyal and totally obsessed. But are they Emmy voters? Warner Bros. Entertainment seems to believe they are, because for the first time ever, The CW's shows are being marketed for Emmy consideration. In the most recent issue of Emmy Magazine, Warner Bros. launched the "OMFG FYC" campaign for its five CW-housed shows, officially submitting "Vampire Diaries," " Gossip Girl ," " One Tree Hill ," " Smallville " and " Supernatural " for consideration for Outstanding Drama Series. To Read More Click Here .
Well this is interesting. Cinema Today is reporting that highly acclaimed Japanese anime studio Madhouse is producing a 22 episode season of Supernatural that will cover the first two seasons of the cult CW demon-hunting favourite starring Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles. According to their website, this would be the first overseas drama to ever be developed by a Japanese animation studio. To Read More Click Here .
Before Cory Monteith was singing in the showers on "Glee," he showed up on "Supernatural" in one of his first-ever roles. Monteith made a guest appearance on the episode "Wendigo" as Gary, and while he didn't last long, his high-pitched scream is certainly memorable. We love Cory's bandanna -- but we don't love how quickly he gets gobbled up by the monster of the week, an immortal, evil cannibal who lives in caves and can only be killed with fire. "Wendigo" was the first episode of "Supernatural" shot in Vancouver, B.C.. Monteith is a native of B.C., and his Canadian accent was much more noticeable back then! Now that he's playing Ohio native Finn Hudson, it's harder to hear it. Want to check out the scene in high definition? Season 1 of "Supernatural" comes out on Blu-Ray DVD this Tuesday, June 15. If Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles weren't reason enough to pick up this box set, Monteith certainly is! Source & Video
There wasn't much competition for " So You Think You Can Dance 's" seventh season premiere, which handily won Fox the ratings war Thursday night with okay numbers. A slew of reruns (including a strong episode of " The Mentalist ") went up against the reality show, in addition to the series cliffhanger finale of ABC's " FlashForward ," which pulled in lower ratings than the previous week's penultimate episode. NBC's " 100 Questions " wasn't noticed by even less, sandwiched between sitcom reruns. FOX averaged 8.2 million viewers and a 5.0 rating/9 share in households for the night. Next came CBS with 7.5 million and a 4.9/9, then ABC (3.8 million, 2.6/5), NBC (2.7 million, 1.8/3) and The CW (1.6 million, 1.0/2). FOX also took the 18-49 demo with a 3.0 rating, far ahead of the distant second-place CBS, which had a 1.6. NBC had a 1.1, ABC a 1.0 and The CW trailed with a 0.6. To Read More Click Here .