March 25 marks the return of Supernatural but there's another important date fans should take note of on their calendars. According to Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello, the show's 100th episode, entitled "Point of No Return," will air on April 15 and will feature a lot of shocking twists. SPOILER WARNING: Details about the milestone episode are revealed after the jump!' As we reported previously, psychic Pamela Barnes (Traci Dinwiddie) will be resurfacing in the 16th episode called "Dark Side of the Moon." But she's not the only one returning on Supernatural this season. Though exec producer Sera Gamble won't say who else is coming back, she does hint that several characters whom we've never thought we'd see again will return. We've barely scratched the surface, though. The 100th episode will not only serve as an important series landmark, but it will also serve as a defining moment for Dean (Jensen Ackles). "We definitely kept in mind that this was [an important] episode. We wanted to deliver something with real scope; it's about the Archangel Michael. Crises will come to a head for Dean and Castiel [Misha Collins]," exec producer Sera Gamble reveals. But the most important and controversial scoop about the milestone episode is this: "A very important character will sacrifice themselves in a suicide mission," reveals Gamble, who is poised to take over Supernatural once Eric Kripke steps down as showrunner for season 6. Care to venture a guess? Source Here
This season of Supernatural has already seen the return of Jessica, Mary, John and other memorable deceased characters. Back in December, we reported on another dead character coming back to Supernatural. Now Supernatural has yet another memorable dead character coming back for an appearance in an upcoming episode. Who is it? Keep reading if you want to find out. SPOILER WARNING: This article contains information about an upcoming episode of Supernatural. To Read More Click Here .
The season 6 renewal for Supernatural is great news for fans who want more Sam and Dean action, but perhaps the biggest open question is: what about Cas? The show's resident angel has a contract through the end of season 5, but currently his future with Supernatural is in doubt. Fans may love the trench coat-sporting angel played by Misha Collins, but if the Apocalypse storyline is wrapped up, would the angel still be a part of season 6? Right now, I see three distinct possibilities for how Supernatural can handle the impending Cas problem. To Read More Click here .
Earlier today we announced that Supernatural has been renewed for a sixth season (along with several other CW shows). Now the network has a behind the scenes video with Jim Beaver (who plays Bobby Singer). He took a little tour around the set with his camera while they were filming episode 5.15 "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid", which will be airing when the show returns on March 25 (check out a promo for that new episode). You can also see Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles in the video. I'm pretty sure one of my guy friends has a huge crush on them. He recently told me "I would love to work on that showâ¦those guys are hilarious". I'm fairly certain that was code for "Ackles has nice biceps". I've known this guy for a long time, I can read between the lines. Source Here
It's time for Supernatural to introduce Pestilence, one of the Four Horsemen who are described in the book of Revelation as part of the apocalyptic destruction of Earth. According to TV Guide Magazine, the show is currently looking for a 40-50 year old man to play the mythical figure who is described as "quirky, unassuming and highly intelligent." He's also a bit neurotic and has a nasty cold. Warning: Spoilers ahead!!! Given the Horseman's title, fans can expect him to carry out some sort of fatal "diabolical plan of bio-terrorism" which will surely serve as yet another challenge to Sam and Dean. While there is no word yet on when Supernatural will introduce Pestilence, it has been revealed that this certain episode will also feature a character named Tyson, who is working for a pharmaceutical company and has plans to capitalize on a revolting flu virus by providing the vaccine. Pestilence is the last of the Four Horsemen to be introduced on Supernatural. So far, we've met War in the episode "Good God Y'All" while Death was introduced in "Abandon All Hope" although technically, he was not seen. Famine, on the other hand, appeared in "My Bloody Valentine," where he made a "stomach-turning cannibalistic introduction." Who do you think should play Pestilence? Source Here
The next new episode of Supernatural is still a long time away, but the CW just released a new behind-the-scenes look at "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid," airing March 25. This Supernatural episode is a good, old zombie-killing adventure with Sam, Dean and Bobby shooting their way through the undead. The behind the scenes action is filmed and narrated by star Jim Beaver who takes us backstage at Supernatural. Perhaps my favorite part is seeing Kim Rhodes, a guest star in this episode, as Sheriff Mills. Not only is she the mom from The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, but Jim Beaver fans will surely recognize that he happened to play a character named Sheriff Mills on Harper's Island. Source & Video
From EW's Michael Ausiello: Aw, hell. I had a bad feeling Supernatural 's early season 6 renewal came with an asterisk. Sources confirm to me exclusively that creator Eric Kripke will be stepping down as the CW drama's day-to-day showrunner next season. Executive producer Sera Gamble, who has been with the show since season 1 and is awesome, is poised to succeed him. But, and this is a big but, Kripke will remain actively involved in the show - and not just in name only. Although CW and Warner Bros. reps declined to comment, a Supernatural insider assures me that Kripke and his current co-showrunner, Robert Singer, will continue to function as hands-on executive producers. "Eric and Bob will be working very closely with Sera," says the source. "They are not abandoning the show." Kripke has long said that he envisioned Supernatural as a five-season show. But in an interview last August, he clarified that stance. "I'm looking at this season as the [last] chapter in this particular story," he told me. "That doesn't mean there can't be a new story. Buffy did it. The X-Files did it. You close a chapter on a big mythology storyline and then you begin a new one." Asked whether he would be involved in a possible sixth season, Kripke hedged, "I don't know. I'm going to cross that bridge when I get to it." Kripke is said to be finalizing a new deal with Warner Bros. that will feature a big development component. In other words, his diminished role on Supernatural will free him up to create another awesome show. It's all about the silver lining, kids! C'mon, work with me here! Okay, fine. I'm sure all you're seeing is the dark cloud that is Kripke's big (euphemism alert!) career transition, so use the comments section to work through your anger issues. Source
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Supernatural is now in the last, brutally long hiatus of season, with five weeks of reruns until the show returns on March 25. On the plus side, it'll be eight straight episodes after that. For now, Supernatural fans can get excited by studying the trailer for the next new episode, "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid." It looks like a Bobby-centric episode where his wife returns as a zombie. That's right: zombies. So enjoy this video that's tastier than Sam's brain. Supernatural returns with new episodes March 25 at 9pm on the CW. Source & Preview
After introducing Cupid and Famine, Supernatural will be introducing yet another mythical being. Baldur, also known as the God of Light, will be gracing the fifth season, and according to Digital Spy, actor Adam Croasdell has been cast to play the role. "It's fantastic being a part of such a popular show and exciting to be in the American arena. I'm looking forward to the challenge," the Zimbabwe-born British actor tells Digital Spy of his Supernatural debut. Croasdell, 29, is perhaps best known for his role as Dr. Al Jenkins on EastEnders. He has played various characters in Smack the Pony and is credited for portraying Sebastian Montgomery on The Chase. He has also appeared in Holby City, Peak Practice, London's Burning, Agatha Christie's Cat Among the Pigeons, Ultimate Force, and The Prince and Me 3: Royal Honeymoon. In Norse mythology, Baldur is the son of Odin and Frigg, and is associated with light because he's so bright (intelligent) that light shined from him. Also associated with beauty, love and happiness, he is loved by both gods and men and is considered to be the best of the gods. At this point, though, it's not clear how Baldur will be introduced on Supernatural or what role he will play in the Winchesters' fight against the Apocalypse. Source Here