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
We had the chance to catch up with the cast and executive producers of SUPERNATURAL during Comic Con 2010. Check out what Jim Beaver had to say about whatâs coming up for Bobby in Season 6 and how he comes back in the boysâ lives. Source & Video
We had the chance to catch up with the cast and executive producers of SUPERNATURAL during Comic Con 2010. Check out what Jared Padalecki had to say about whatÃ¢â¬â¢s coming up for Sam in Season 6. We all know Sam is back but how or why? Jared Padalecki might have the answers. Source & Video
While at Comic Con 2010, Daemonâs TV had a chance to catch up with executive producer and now showrunner Sera Gamble in the SUPERNATURAL press room. Take a look at what she teased about the upcoming season 6 of the show, which premieres on Friday, September 24 at 9pm on the CW. Source & Video
During Comic Con 2010, We had the opportunity to catch up with your favorite Winchester brothers and Co. in the press room. Check out what Jensen Ackles had to say about whatâs coming up for Dean in Season 6. He dished out quite a few spoilers for whatâs to come on SUPERNATURAL, and let me tell you it sounds like itâs going to be another amazing season. Source & Video .
During Comic Con 2010, We had the opportunity to catch up with your favorite Winchester brothers and Co. in the press room. Check out what Jensen Ackles had to say about whatâs coming up for Dean in Season 6. He dished out quite a few spoilers for whatâs to come on SUPERNATURAL, and let me tell you it sounds like itâs going to be another amazing season. To Read More Here .
While at Comic Con 2010, We had a chance to catch up with executive producer Eric Kripke in the SUPERNATURAL press room. Take a look at what he teased about the upcoming season 6 of the show, which premieres on Friday, September 24 at 9pm on the CW. Source & Video
Comic-Con 2010 is in the books, and this year's event was another celebration of all things geeky - and many that are not. TV Guide Magazine patrolled the halls and hallways of the San Diego Convention Center, ducking light sabers, caped crusaders and pen stabbings to file these tidbits: - For its final Comic-Con appearance, Smallville graduated to the big time, filling the 4,000-plus seat Ballroom 20, the largest room for TV shows. The fans, many of whom camped out overnight to get in, were treated to an unexpected cameo from John Schneider, who played the late Jonathan Kent for five seasons. He will be back for an appearance that he already filmed, called the role the most cherished of his career and talked about the father-son relationship he developed with Tom Welling during the show's early seasons. Since he didn't have a name placard on the dais he put his driver's license out, and when the cameras panned in for a close-up for the monitors in the room, he realized that his home address was revealed. "I guess I'll be seeing you all for dinner," he quipped. Allison Mack, who will only appear in a handful of episodes this year, was not in attendance, but news broke that her character, Chloe Sullivan, will make her long-awaited DC Comics debut in the pages of Action Comics this fall. Finally, the panelists all offered heartfelt thanks to the fans, capped by executive producer Kelly Sounders' touching sign off, "thank you so much for a whole decade of support." (For more scoop, you can read TVGuide.com's Natalie Abrams' excellent report here.) To Read More Click Here .
I feel like all I'm doing lately is writing spoiler articles for Supernatural (like this one about new and returning characters that I posted earlier this week). But that's okay, I guess. It makes me happy and a lot of you seem to like it as well. Ausiello recently spoke with series creator (aka God) Eric Kripke, who had this to share about the season 6 storyline, as well as giving reasons why he's stepping down from his showruner position and ceding day-to-day control to executive producer Sera Gamble. Why is he stepping down then? Kripke had always planned a five season arc for the show and now that it's returning for a sixth season, he feels the time is right to step down. But don't worry, he still plans on being involved â including writing an episode, directing an episode and being involved in the episode pitch meetings: To Read More Click Here .