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Promo - Supernatural 6.13 "Unforgiven"

How about that midseason premiere of Supernatural, huh?  The Winchester boys are finally back and working together (mostly in harmony).   In the next new episode of Supernatural , airing on February 11, it's a trip down memory lane for Sam.  In an effort to learn more about what he did while soulless, and thus atone for his crimes, Sam stars having flashbacks to a case that he and grandpa Samuel worked on together while be spent a year alone before reuniting with Dean.  After receiving a strange text with coordinates to a town, the brothers decide to travel there and investigate.  Dean is in for some shocking news when the townspeople tell him about the things Soulless Sam did while living there. Read More...

TV Tonight: What's On Friday 2/4

Rejoice CW fans! Supernatural and Smallville finally return for the midseason tonight... let's hope for no more last-minute schedule changes! Also, don't forget a new episode of The Defenders, and the season 2 premiere of Who Do You Think You Are? See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Supernanny  on ABC The Defenders  on CBS Smallville  on The CW Kitchen Nightmares  on FOX Who Do You Think You Are?  on NBC -- season premiere! 9/8c Fringe  on FOX Supernatural  on The CW The Ricky Gervais Show  on HBO 10/9c The Soup  on E! CSI: NY  on CBS Merlin  on Syfy Spartacus: Gods of the Arena  on Starz What will you be watching?

'Supernatural' goes super-meta: Are you looking forward to it?

"Supernatural" has blurred the line between fiction and reality reality before, most notably in episodes like "The Monster at the End of This Book," which briefly explored the show's online fandom, and in "The Real Ghostbusters," which saw Sam and Dean at a fan convention similar to the ones at which the show's stars frequently appear.In the upcoming episode "The French Mistake," the show takes meta to a whole new height. The CW recently released the following episode description for the episode, which is expected to air on Friday, Feb. 25:SAM AND DEAN ARE TRANSPORTED TO AN ALTERNATE REALITY -- Raphael launches an attack on Castiel and his allies, sending a particularly frightening angelic hitman after Balthazar, Sam and Dean. In an effort to protect the brothers, Balthazar sends them to an alternate universe where they are the stars of a TV show called "Supernatural" and they are actors named "Jensen Ackles" and "Jared Padalecki."...

'Supernatural' casts Samuel Colt: Welcome Sam Hennings to the Old West

"Supernatural's" highly anticipated Old West time-travel episode will bring Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) face to face with Samuel Colt.Thanks to TVLine, we can now put a face to the legendary name. Sam Hennings, most recently known as Charlie White of "Memphis Beat," will play Colt. "He's an iconic character for the show, and has been since season one," Sera Gamble tells TVLine. "We'll be meeting him later in his life, after many years of fighting demons and tinkering with magical weapons and Devil's Gates and such. Time hasn't been too kind to the guy -- which is pretty par for the course, for a hunter."Much about Colt remains a mystery. We do know that he built the gun that killed Azazel - a gun that can kill almost anything. He also built a giant railroad Devil's Trap to protect  the cowboy cemetery devil's gate. (He probably won't be too thrilled to know that...

SUPERNATURAL “Like a Virgin” Season 6 Episode 12 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the upcoming episode of SUPERNATURAL Season 6 Episode 12 titled "Like a Virgin" which airs on Friday January 28 at 9pm on The CW.  Episode Synopsis: SUPERNATURAL "Like a Virgin" Season 6 Episode 12 – Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Bobby (Jim Beaver) anxiously wait for Sam (Jared Padalecki) to wake up to see if Death (guest star Julian Richings) was able to restore his soul without causing Sam to lose his mind. Meanwhile, Dean and Bobby investigate a disappearance of virgins and discover dragons are behind the kidnappings. Bobby sends Dean to a doctor who owns the only weapon in the world that can slay a dragon, but Dean must prove himself worthy enough to take it. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Adam Glass. Read More...

Supernatural TV News: Supernatural Fans Lash Out At The CW! - 1/31/11

After The CW's controversial decision to push back the long-anticipated midseason premieres of Supernatural and Smallville last Friday, fans of the beloved shows have been fighting back and lashing out at the network, even threatening to boycott. Especially now that the CW's reason to do so -- to ensure a successful return of Vampire Diaries and Nikita against the Thursday timeslot's competition with American Idol -- ended up being rendered unnecessary, will the fans ever forgive the network? Something tells me that after this week's actual premieres, they'll be stoked enough to forget their frustrations. Also, Heather weighs out how she thinks Supernatural will fare up against new timeslot competitor Fringe. Check out all the scoop in the link below! Supernatural TV News: 1/31/11

Reel TV News: Zombie Mania on The CW & On The Post-Super Bowl Glee! 1/28/11

It's zombie mania this week, as Kendra has the scoop on yet another zombie show taking over the airwaves. The CW is reportedly working on the next monster-centric series to jump on the bandwagon, "The Awakening," and NBC is soon to follow suit with their own pilot, "Zombies vs. Vampires." Also, in addition to Glee's zombie-tastic post-Super Bowl "Thriller" episode, we'll also get to get Gleeky before the big game as well with Lea Michele's pre-game rendition of "America the Beautiful." Also, Supernatural and Smallville fans get ready to throw a hissy fit -- the CW has postponed both show's midseason returns for the sake of re-airing Vampire Diaries and Nikita! Lame! Get the rest of the day's big entertainment news by watching the video below! Reel TV News: 1/28/11

Will There Be a 'Supernatural' Season 7?

Supernatural fans are eager to start the second half of season 6, but it's never too early to look to the future. While other networks have already started to make plans for the 2011-2012 TV season, the CW has yet to make any decisions on renewals. However, Supernatural fans have plenty of reasons to be optimistic.

'Smallville' and 'Supernatural' bump: CW decision may backfire

Oops. When The CW announced on the afternoon of Thursday, Jan 28 that it was making a last minute scheduling change, postponing the Friday mid-season premieres of "Smallville" and "Supernatural" for one week, pandemonium hit Twitter and blogs.The move, CW reps told Zap2it, was made to protect the network's #1 show, "The Vampire Diaries," from the inevitable ratings hit it would suffer opposite ratings giant "American Idol." The network was anticipating a massive drop in the ratings, possibly in response to the lower-than-expected ratings for the "Vampire Diaries" and "Nikita" reruns aired on Wednesday night.By airing reruns of "The Vampire Diaries" and "Nikita" 2011 premieres on Friday, without the "Idol" competition, the network would give the episodes a better chance at being seen by the full audience. To TV insiders, the move did make sense -- you've got to make sure the cash cow is well-fed.Here's the problem: that massive ratings dip that "The Vampire...

'Smallville' and 'Supernatural' postponed: Mid-season premieres pushed back one week

That noise you just heard was the anguished cry of fangirls and (and fanboys -- sorry, didn't mean to leave you guys out) en masse. The CW announced on Thursday afternoon that the expected Friday, Jan. 28 mid-season premieres of "Smallville" and "Supernatural" will be postponed for one week to air Friday, Feb. 4 instead.On Jan. 28, re-runs of "The Vampire Diaries" and "Nikita" will air in the 8 p.m. EST and 9 p.m. EST slots. We're sad too. Don't they know that a week is actually two years in hellatus time?As to why the network made the change? [Update] Contrary to rumors, it's not about possible cancellations. The CW hopes that re-airing the "The Vampire Diaries" in a timeslot that doesn't compete with ratings juggernaut "American Idol" will help to boost total viewership. The last-minute move is not about testing out "Vampire Diaries" and "Nikita" on Friday nights, so don't worry -- your schedule...