Check out a first look at The Third Winchester Brother Back on SUPERNATURAL who will appear in Point of No Return" airing Thursday April 15 on the CW
This Thursday marks the 100th episode of Supernatural , airing at 9/8c on The CW . So what do the Winchester boys have in store to "celebrate" this momentous occasion, you ask? Once they hear of the angels' horrific new plan, they'll be plenty busy alongside Castiel attempting to prevent an all-out war on Earth! And a familiar face returns... but whose side will the mystery guest be on? Check out the preview clip below to get ready for the big 100th ep! Preview Clip
'Point of No Return' will see Dean's willingness to succumb to Michael's plan in order to stop the apocalypse. Read more.
Another packed night of Thursday TV including the 100th episode of Bones , all new eps of Vampire Diaries, Supernatural and more! Sadly, no new NBC comedies tonight, but hopefully all the rest can hold us over! Check out all that's on tonight: 8/7c Bones on Fox - 100th Episode! FlashForward on ABC Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains on CBS Vampire Diaries on The CW Star Wars: The Clone Wars on Cartoon Network 9/8c Fringe on Fox CSI on CBS Supernatural on The CW 10/9c The Mentalist on CBS The Marriage Ref on NBC Project Runway on Lifetime Television The Real Housewives of New York City on Bravo America's Best Dance Crew on MTV Important Things on Comedy Central 10:30/9:30c Sarah Silverman Program on Comedy Central 11/10c Models of the Runway on Lifetime Television Taking the Stage on MTV The Daily Show on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
Remember that awesome scene when Sam and Dean were massively surrounded by demons in the episode "Jus in Bello"? That scene was the first thing I remembered when I first saw the promo video for tonight's Supernatural episode, making me think that the 99th episode of Supernatural will be just as good, if not surpass Sam's pre-recorded exorcism that played over the office's PA. But instead of being trapped in a local sheriff's office, Sam and Dean are outnumbered by demons while helplessly driving the Impala. The best thing about "99 Problems" is the fact that Sam and Dean aren't the only ones trying to fight the Apocalypse. And somehow there's comfort in knowing that the one who saves them this time is a hunter who comes in the form of Michael Shanks (Stargate SG-1, Smallville). The focus of the episode, however, is Leah (guest star Kayla Mae Maloney), the daughter of Pastor Gideon (guest star Larry Poindexter) who claims to be a prophet. Leah convinces the very religious townspeople that they must obey her orders in order for them to have a place in Heaven, which alarms the Winchester brothers especially after she turns the townspeople against each other in the name of the Lord. Will Sam and Dean end up killing Leah? Source Here
This week Supernatural celebrates 99 episodes with "99 Problems," the appropriately-titled episode that finds Sam and Dean dealing with the Apocalypse. This time, they run into a town full of incredibly awesome religious fanatics who have taken up arms in the final Holy War. It sounds kind of crazy, but on Supernatural, the crazy people are right. Check out a video clip from the episode below. Here you see Sam and Dean rolling into town and seeing something pretty great. Check it out for yourselves, but needless to say, this demon-hunting militia means business when it comes to exorcisms. Source & Video
While nowadays it seems that shows seem to start and stop without explanation or any regard to the season, we're technically approaching that time of year when our favorite TV shows are drawing to a close for their summer hiatuses. There's still plenty of time to prepare for some shows' big season-enders, but others are being capped off soon. Like, really soon! Check out our mini calendar-list of upcoming finales and make sure you're caught up in time for this season's big wrap-ups! Tuesday, April 6 10/9c: Southland on TNT Monday, April 12 8/7c: Life UneXpected on The CW Tuesday, April 13 9/8c: Melrose Place (2009) on The CW Wednesday, April 14 10/9c: Ugly Betty on ABC Monday, April 26 9/8c: Trauma on NBC Wednesday, April 28 9:30/8:30c: High Society on The CW Wednesday, May 5 9/8c: Fly Girls on The CW Sunday, May 9 8/7c: The Amazing Race on CBS Wednesday, May 12 8/7c: America's Next Top Model (two hours) on The CW 8/7c: Mercy on NBC 8/7c: The New Adventures of Old Christine on CBS Thursday, May 13 8/7c: The Vampire Diaries on The CW 9/8c: Supernatural on The CW 10/9c: Private Practice on ABC Friday, May 14 8/7c: Smallville on The CW Sunday, May 16 8/7c: Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains (three hours!) on CBS 8/7c: Extreme Makeover: Home Edition on ABC 9/8c: Desperate Housewives on ABC 10/9c: Brothers & Sisters on ABC Monday, May 17 8/7c: House on Fox 8/7c: One Tree Hill on The CW 9/7c: Gossip Girl on The CW 10/9c: Castle on ABC Tuesday, May 18 8/7c: 90210 on The CW 10/9c: V (Reimagined Series) on ABC Wednesday, May 19 8:30/7:30c: The Middle on ABC 9/8c: Modern Family on ABC 9:30/8:30c: Cougar Town on ABC 10/9c: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on NBC Thursday, May 20 8/7c: Bones on Fox 8/7c: Community on NBC 8:30/7:30c: Parks and Recreation on NBC 9/8c: Grey's Anatomy (two hours) on ABC 9/8c: The Office on NBC 9:30/8:30c: 30 Rock on NBC 9/8c: Fringe on Fox Sunday, May 23 9/8c: Lost (series finale, two hours) on ABC 9/8c: Family Guy (one hour) on Fox Monday, May 24 8/7c: Chuck (two hours) on NBC 8/7c: 24 (two hours) on Fox 8/7c: How I Met Your Mother on CBS 8:30/7:30c: Rules of Engagement on CBS 9/8c: Two and a Half Men on CBS 9:30/8:30c: The Big Bang Theory on CBS 10/9c: Law & Order on NBC Tuesday, May 25 8/7c: The Biggest Loser (two hours) on NBC 8/7c: NCIS on CBS 9/8c: Dancing with the Stars (two hours) on ABC 9/8c: NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS 10/9c: Parenthood on NBC 10/9c: The Good Wife on CBS Wednesday, May 26 8/7c: American Idol (two hours) on Fox 9/8c: Criminal Minds on CBS 10/9c: CSI: NY on CBS Thursday, May 27 8/7c: FlashForward on ABC Monday, May 31 8/7c: 10 Things I Hate About You (TV) on ABC Family Tuesday, June 8 9/8c: Glee on Fox What season finale are you most excited for (or sad about)?
In Thursday's all-new episode of Supernatural (only one more week until the 100th episode!), the Winchester boys find themselves outnumbered by demons, and are saved just in the nick of time by Rob and his townspeople, who have been training in preparation for the Apocalypse. However, their problems aren't over in the small religious town -- a young prophet may prove to be more dangerous than they bargained for! Take a peek at Thursday's episode below, then tune in at 9/8c on The CW ! Preview: "99 Problems"
Next on "Supernatural" the Winchester brothers are plagued with "99 Problems". Sam and Dean are outnumbered by demons, but are saved at the last minute by Rob and his townspeople, who are aware of the Apocalypse, and have been training to fight and kill demons. The small town is very religious and Sam and Dean meet Pastor Gideon, who introduces them to his daughter Leah, whom he claims is a prophet. Leah tells the townspeople they must obey her orders if they want a spot in Heaven but when she starts turning the townspeople against each other in the name of the Lord, the brothers realize they must kill her. "99 Problems" airs on April 8. Michael Shanks from "Stargate Universe" guest stars as Rob, Larry Poindexter from "State of the Union" as Pastor Gideon and Kayla Mae Maloney from "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" as Leah. Source & Preview
Castiel is an intense angel with a gravely voice and a total lack of emotion. Misha Collins, on the other hand, is as serene and gentle as they come. I spoke to Collins during the Supernatural 100th episode party in January to talk about celebrating 100 episodes (or in his case, a lot less), the possibility of Castiel in season 6(before season 6 was even picked up) and his roller coaster relationship with the infamous trenchcoat, You can listen to the full interview below, though since it took place during a crowded, busy Supernatural party, there's a lot of background noise and distractions. To Read more Click Here .