The mid-season finale of Supernatural will be airing on December 10, and the show will be returning at the end of January. The CW has released promo photos for this episode. They're mostly focused on two returning guest stars: Death and reaper Tessa. Dean agrees to act as Death for a day in order to gain his help in the search for Sam's soul and it looks like Tessa steps in to teach him about being a reaper. While he's not featured in the photos below, Sam decides to take matters into his own hands to prevent the return of his soul and threatens Bobby. To Read More Click Here.
The most recent episode of Supernatural was certainly tense, wasn't it? Crowley is gone (nooooo!), Castiel has admitted that things aren't going so well for his side up in Heaven, Samuel is the worst grandfather in the history of families, and Sam has flat out told Dean that he's not going to getting his soul back no matter what. Of course, Dean's not thrilled about that at all, which leads into the mid-season finale of Supernatural airing on December 10. Dean tracks down Death in order to help him retrieve Sam's soul. Death agrees, but only if Dean agrees to take over his job for a day. I'm not sure why, maybe Death needs a vacation? Tess also returns and it looks like she'll be training Dean on how to be a reaper. To Read More Click Here.
Tonight, check out NBC's dramatic Family Movie Night special, "A Walk in My Shoes." And as usual, make sure to tune into Blue Bloods, The Good Guys, and CW staples Supernatural and Smallville! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Supernanny on ABC Medium on CBS Smallville on The CW A Walk in My Shoes 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?
In interviews about season 6 of Supernatural , the boys discussed which brother had the worst Hell experience. Dean, as we know, spent 30 years getting tortured and 10 years doing the torturing, causing him to feel incredibly guilty. Sam, on the other hand, is trapped inside a cage with Michael and Lucifer, but is generally separated from the rest of Hell. Certainly, Sam's been in Hell the longest. In a new promo and sneak peek below from Canada's Space Channel, Castiel tells Dean that he believes Sam's soul is enduring untold torment. After all, if Michael and Lucifer are continuing their fight in Lucifer's cage, then who knows what they're subjecting Sam to. To Read More Click Here.
There aren't many villains who have lasted longer than one episode of "Supernatural," but Meg has been showing up every now and then for five seasons to cause trouble and then split before the Winchesters can figure out how to properly kill her. In the upcoming episode "Caged Heat," Meg is back to her old tricks. She's still being portrayed by returning guest star Rachel Miner - though in the past she's appeared as Nicki Aycox and even Jared Padalecki when she possessed Sam in Season 2. To Read More Click Here.
After the lighthearted episode of Supernatural we watched on Friday, the next new episode airing on December 2 will turn things very serious. We're counting down now to the mid-season finale of Supernatural, which will be airing on December 10. But before we get to that (and you can read some spoilers for the mid-season finale that we posted last week), we have to deal with the reappearance of Meg in the December 2 episode, in addition to really facing the possibility that Sam doesn't want his soul back. To Read More Click Here.
Tonight the Winchester boys pay tribute to the X-Files in an all-new Supernatural, which delves into the magical world of fairies. You don't want to miss it! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Supernanny on ABC 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 know that something that’s been bothering a lot of Supernatural fans lately (myself included) is the relationship between Sam and Dean. I don’t think we’ll ever see the close-knit brotherly relationship that existed between them for the first three seasons and then started to fall apart when Dean returned from Hell and Sam got mixed up with Ruby. Despite that, I think a lot of us held out some hope that the events towards the end of the fifth season would go some ways in repairing that relationship. Of course, that was until Sam jumped into Hell to save the world. When he got out and he and Dean were finally reunited, we found ourselves with a vastly different Sam. We now have confirmation that he doesn’t have a soul. He himself admitted that he doesn’t care much about Dean, and Dean obviously feels uncomfortable around him. Their relationship has been strained, to say the very least. To Read More Click Here.
Despite all of the wacky things that Supernatural's Sam and Dean have fought over the years, they've never come across aliens. In the episode "Tall Tales", the brothers did investigate a potential alien abduction, which ended up being the work of The Trickster (and was also the funniest alien abduction in the history of television). On Friday's episode, however, there are some very strange disappearances going on around town. Disappearances that also involve crop circles. Are the Winchesters about to step into Mulder and Scully's world? Not so fast. We know from the official synopsis for the episode that the so-called aliens actually turn out to be fairies. But until the truth is revealed, the show will definitely be playing up The X-Files connection. AOL's Mo Ryan has posted an awesome sneak peek of the opening scene for the November 19 episode, complete with authentic X-Files theme song and opening credits. Executive producer Sera Gamble also spoke to Mo about wanting to do an alien abduction on the show: To Read More Click Here.
Last night we found out that Supernatural was going to give a big nod to The X-Files with the whole "alien abduction" storyline during the episode, as well as the awesome new opening credits. Now we have the Space Channel trailer and sneak peek below. While the sneak peek isn't terrible interesting, the trailer is actually pretty awesome. It is much more X-Files than the CW promo was and it just makes the whole episode look hilarious. I love how freaked out Dean is about getting "abducted". To Read More Click Here.