We don't usually post on-set photos from Supernatural (or any television show), because they're usually just candid shots of actors. But sometimes people snap something cool - something spoilery - and they're definitely worth a post. We've got two sets of photos for you below, gathered from two fan sources (salsa-babe on LiveJournal and shay_loves_hayden at IMDB). The shots featuring the building are from salsa-babe. She thinks they're from episode 6.03 (or thereabouts, which would make sense with the filming timeline) and described a bit about what she saw: To Read More Click Here .
Sebastian Roche will appear on multiple networks this fall. The actor, who will reprise his shape-shifting role on Fringe, has just been cast on an October episode of Supernatural. According to producer Sera Gamble, Roche will appear on the installment titled "The Third Man" as an angelic friend of Castiel's named Balthazar. âRemember when Cass was dragged back to Heaven as a prisoner? Balthazar was actually the only friend who stood up for him,â Gamble told Fancast. âDuring the Apocalypse, Balthazar went AWOL, and Cass thought he was dead. Turns out...not so much.â To Read More Click Here .
The Episode 6.05 of Supernatural will be called "You Can't Handle The Truth" source: spoiler TV
There's no studio confirmation just yet, but actor Fredric Lehne says he'll be returning to CW's Supernatural, Season 6 to reprise his role as Azazel. Zap2it.com announced that Lehne gave fans the good news at Creation Entertainment's Salute to Supernatural convention in New Jersey. I had the opportunity to attend a similar Twilight convention offered by Creation Entertainment in Atlanta, Georgia, and it was fantastic! read more click here!
The first trailer for Supernatural: The Animation has popped up online. In case you hadn't heard about this unusual project, this is a Japanese anime series based on the Warner Bros. produced CW show - and quite a notable spinoff for a series with such origins. As the trailer notes, Supernatural: The Animation debuts in January in Japan on DVD, though there is still no word on a US outlet for the project. Check out the trailer below. Source & Trailer
Expect the unexpected on this season of Supernatural, but according to TheCW head Dawn Ostroff the series is returning to its roots. As the each season of Supernatural has passed, the show has risen the stakes when it comes to the overarching stories - partly by design. The race up to the Apocalypse was meant to lead to a controlled end of the Supernatural story. When it comes to discussing the sixth season of Supernatural the question most often asked is "How do you follow the Apocalypse?". Ostroff knows how. To Read More Click Here .
Sick of waiting for the fall season to roll around so you can get back to watching all your fave shows on The CW like Vampire Diaries and Supernatural ? Well, we certainly can't help you time travel, or help the fall shows get here any faster than they're scheduled to arrive, but we can help make your long wait seem more worthwhile with some sneak peeks at the upcoming seasons! Below, check out links to the trailers for both upcoming seasons of Vampire Diaries and Supernatural , set to premiere Thursday, September 9th and Friday, September 24th, respectively, and start the countdown to a killer fall season! Vampire Diaries Trailer Supernatural Trailer
The CW's president Dawn Ostroff spoke to the press today at the TCA (Television Critics Association) press tour and was asked about the decision to renew Supernatural for a sixth season - given the show had originally been planned as a five-year series by creator Eric Kripke. Said Ostroff, "Creatively I think it had its strongest season ever. We also saw that the ratings went up. Eric Kripke, who's been a fantastic executive producer and showrunner, felt that the show should go on â he had more stories to tell." Ostroff noted that they were very excited about the newly promoted Sera Gamble -- who has taken over as showrunner -- and that at the same time, "Eric is still involved in a day to day basis." To Read More Click Here .
Hold on to your Vervain and copies of Twilight, fangbangers. Supernatural is about to have some fun with your favorite vein-drainers. "We're doing an episode about how vampires pretending to be Edward Cullen or the Salvatore brothers or Bill Compton are bad for you," Supernatual showrunner Sera Gamble tells TV Guide Magazine. To Read More Click Here .
Misha Collins was the only Supernatural cast member to drop by EWâs video suite at Comic-Con, but do you see me complaining? Didnât think so. Among the topics the fan fave addressed: his contract status, the enduring appeal of Castiel, and his role in the changing Supernatural universe. Enjoy! Source & Video