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.
Not surprisingly, life is hell for Supernatural's Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) Winchester these days. Sam's soul is in Hell, under the control of the demon Crowley (Mark A. Sheppard). To get it back, the demon makes the brothers fetch him the "Alphas," the top dogs of each of the monster species — vampires, fairies and shape-shifters among them — that are running amok. So far, it's a bum deal. "The brothers are tired of Crowley calling the shots," exec producer Sera Gamble says, "so [in the episodes airing December 3 and 10], each of them goes pretty far to try to solve Sam's problem." Powerful angels Castiel (Misha Collins) and Balthazar (Sebastian Roche) get involved, as well as Winchester-hating demon Meg Masters (Rachel Miner). Source Here
Well, well, well. Lookie what we have here. Last week we posted an article stating that the Winchesters' old foe Meg would be returning in the December 3 episode of Supernatural and speculated how long it would take to retrieve Sam's soul. Now, The CW has released promo photos and a synopsis for the December 3 episode. These photos are very interesting. It looks like Meg will be getting very close to Castiel. The last time the two of them met, there was some serious sexual tension going on. In a recent interview Misha Collins alluded to the fact that Castiel would be getting lucky this season - maybe finally breaking his virginity streak. Could the angel be hooking up with Meg? That would be nuts, but it looks like we'll have to wait until December 3 to see if that happens. To Read More Click Here.
Remember when the brothers used to engage in witty banter? Does it seem like that's been missing lately? Well, have no fear, because it will return on the next new episode of Supernatural, airing on November 19! Last night we posted a promo for the hilarious looking November 19 episode, where the boys are chasing what they think are aliens, until they discover that they're actually hunting fairies. Now we have a sneak peek to share with you below. This is classic Supernatural, except the roles seem to be reversed. This time Sam is giving the waitress the "come hither" eyes and Dean is trying to talk to him about appropriate behavior. The entire conversation between the brothers is amusing. Sam's insistence that they should take time away from chasing aliens when they run out of leads to have a little fun with girls (because, it'll be in the dark!)? So amusing. But poor Dean, his only comeback are that souls lead to suffering and allow no fun. It's both funny and sad. To Read More Click Here.
Tonight, Teri Hatcher guest stars on Smallville for November Sweeps and more, so don't miss any of your Friday favs! 8/7c Smallville on The CW School Pride on NBC Medium on CBS 9/8c Supernatural on The CW CSI: NY on CBS The Good Guys on FOX Degrassi: The Next Generation on CTV 10/9c Blue Bloods on CBS Sanctuary on Syfy
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of SUPERNATURAL "All Dogs Go To Heaven" Season 6 Episode 8 which airs on Friday November 12 at 9pm on The CW. Episode Synopsis: Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) investigate what seems to be a werewolf killing but turns out to be a skinwalker (guest star Andrew Rothenberg) posing as a family dog who is taking revenge on his owner’s enemies. After capturing the dog, he turns human and tells Sam and Dean that an Alpha skinwalker has created many sleeper cells that will rise on his command and kill their families. The only way to stop the mass murders is to find and kill the Alpha. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Adam Glass. Source & Preview
"Supernatural" fans have been waiting for Sam (Jared Padalecki) to be reunited with his soul ever since the Season 6 premiere, when Sam came back into Dean's (Jensen Ackles) life a little bit... different. If you were hoping for a quick recovery -- don't hold your breath. Sam and Dean have a lot of work to do before Sam's soul is released from the cage. In this week's episode, "All Dogs Go to Heaven," Crowley promises to return Sam's soul if the Winchesters deliver an alpha werewolf to him, but as we know, demons can't be trusted. To Read More Click Here.
It's Thursday, so you know what that means. Well, yes, that does mean it's the day before Friday, but it also means that we've got the Space Channel trailer and sneak peek for the new November 12 Supernatural episode. This time, the boys are going after werewolves in an attempt to find their alpha. Except the werewolves aren't just turning on the full moon. This is obviously one of the side effects of the weird manner that monsters are behaving lately. But what does it actually mean? Is it related to Purgatory? Is it related to Lucifer? Or is it something else entirely? To Read More Click Here.