Next week, Supernatural celebrates Valentine's Day, but it's not going to be all warm and mushy, unless you're referring to human entrails. During the Supernatural 100th episode party, I spoke to Ben Edlund, the writer of "My Bloody Valentine," and he called it one of the most gross and disgusting episodes in Supernatural history. We'll have the full interview up early next week. For now, you can enjoy a clip from the next new episode of Supernatural. In the clip, Sam, Dean and Cas meet Cupid, and it's probably not what you were expecting, unless you fantasize about the Winchesters being hugged by a giant baby. Source & Preview
Like some other shows, "Supernatural" will take on the Valentine's Day event in next week's episode. A cupid but not like the usual cherub on mission to make people fall in love with each other will be the Winchester brothers' problem in "My Bloody Valentine". Castiel helps Sam and Dean hunt down Cupid on Valentine's Day after townspeople start to kill each other for love. However, after Cupid tells them he's innocent, they discover Famine (guest star James Otis), one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, has arrived in town. Lex Medlin who was last seen on NBC's "Southland" guests stars as Cupid. The producers were specifically looking for an actor who can portray a "doughy, out of shape, naked" angel of matchmaking. The Cupid is supposed to greet everyone with "enormous bear hugs that almost break their ribs." The Valentine's special will air on Thursday, February 11. Source & Preview
Our favorite NBC comedies took a break last week, but they're back and all new this week along with plenty of other Thursday favs! Check out all that's on tonight: 8/7c Community on NBC Bones on Fox The Deep End on ABC Vampire Diaries on The CW 8:30/7:30c Parks & Recreation on NBC 9/8c The Office on NBC Fringe on Fox Grey's Anatomy on ABC CSI on CBS Supernatural on The CW Skins on BBC America 9:30/8:30c 30 Rock on NBC 10/9c The Jay Leno Show on NBC Private Practice on ABC Important Things on Comedy Central - Season Premiere! Project Runway on Lifetime Television The Real Housewives of Orange County on Bravo Archer on FX 10:30/9:30c Sarah Silverman Program on Comedy Central - Season Premiere! 11/10c The Daily Show on Comedy Central Models of the Runway on Lifetime Television 11:30/10:30c The Colbert Report on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
Alright, so they have officially changed the name of tonight's episode to "The Song Remains the Same". Personally, I thought "Back to the Future" was better, but maybe it's a legal issue. Anyways, below we have a sneak peek from Canada's very own SPACE channel for tonight's brand new episode of Supernatural. To Read More Click Here .
Now that the body switching drama is over, we can now move on to bigger and more important things on Supernatural such as the apocalypse. The show may have sidelined from its major arc from time to time but tonight's episode puts everything back on track as the angels make their move. First of all, let me just clarify that episode 13 has now been named "The Song Remains the Same," which I think is a better title compared to "Back to the Future II." Not only is it a clever way to describe (or hint) what goes down in tonight's installment, but it's also a nice reference to the soundtrack live album of my favorite band of all time, Led Zeppelin. To Read More Click Here .
Over the weekend, the cast and crew of Supernatural gathered in Vancouver for a party to celebrate reaching the show's 100th episode. Sadly, Eric Kripke wasn't able to attend due to a last minute conflict, but the night was still full of Supernatural love. Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Jim Beaver, Misha Collins, Robert Singer, Sera Gamble and Ben Edlund are just a few of the attendees, along with CW president Dawn Ostroff. During the next few weeks and months leading up to the big 100th episode, titled "Point of No Return" scheduled to air April 15, we'll bring you our exclusive interviews with the stars as they talk about everything from the best pranks to the 100th episode to a possible season 6. To Read More Click here .
Adam Milligan (Jake Abel) Adam Milligan, the long lost Winchester brother who appeared in the season 4 episode "Jump The Shark", will return in February in Season 5 of Supernatural. Jake Abel confirmed as much during a panel interview for the movie PERCY JACKSON & THE OLYMPIANS: THE LIGHTNING THIEF in which he plays the role of Luke. To Read More Click Here .
[Press Release - Released by The WB] ONLINE SPIRITS BEWARE: THE "GHOSTFACERS" FROM THE HIT SHOW "SUPERNATURAL" ARE BACK WITH A NEW WEB SERIES Production Begins on a Digital Brand Extension Investigating New Paranormal Mysteries Online, Soon to be Available on TheWB.com and CWTV.com Kelly Carlson ("Nip/Tuck") Guest Stars as the Ghost of an Aspiring Actress Haunting a Local Theatre BURBANK, Calif. (January 26, 2010) â The world's greatest self-proclaimed ghost hunters are back on the case, now in an original digital series for both TheWB.com and CWTV.com. A shortform brand extension of the hit CW/Warner Bros. Television series "Supernatural," "Ghostfacers" will focus on a team of fearless and sometimes comical "professional" ghost hunters who investigate the paranormal and record their own adventures in documentary-style episodes. The team originally made their debut during the first season of "Supernatural" in the episode 'Hell House,' and later appeared in a self-titled episode during season three. In this first installment of the new series, the "Ghostfacers" investigate the haunting of a local theatre by the ghost of a young starlet â played by Kelly Carlson ("Nip/Tuck") - who, according to legend, was murdered in front of her dressing room mirror. To Read More Click Here .
Next week's Supernatural episode brings back Castiel, Anna and one very cool angel power: time travel. Unlike season 4's "In the Beginning," this time both Sam and Dean are traveling back in time to protect Mary and John from an assassination plot to prevent the boys from ever being born. After coming back from the long winter break, Supernatural has been stuck in stand alone episodes about a psychiatric hospital and body swapping, so it's good to see the show getting back to the on-going mythology. It also means we'll get to see young John and young Mary again, a few years after the events of "In the Beginning." Check out these two new clips featuring the boys transporting back in time and meeting their young parents. Source & Previews
Fans of "Supernatural" will get to see Sam and Dean's parents again in the next episode. The angels send Anna back in time to kill John and Mary Winchester before they can conceive Sam knowing that if Sam was never born then Lucifer won't be able to use him as his vessel. Castiel sends Sam and Dean back to 1978 so they can stop Anna, and the two brothers are reunited with their parents. Mary recognizes Dean as a hunter since he visited her in the past once before but tries to keep the truth from John. Although the role of John Winchester was portrayed by Jeffrey Dean Morgan in the pilot and few episodes after, he would be filled by Matthew Cohen in this one. Meanwhile, the role of Mary is filled by Amy Gumenick who, like Cohen, is back after playing the character in a 2008 episode "In the Beginning". "Back to the Future II" will air on February 4. Source Here