Two big things happen to the Winchester brothers on the next episode of "Supernatural". Called "Dark Side of the Moon" and airing on April 1, the episode sees them dead and returning to their childhood home to meet their deceased mom. Ambushed by angry hunters, Sam and Dean are shot and killed and sent to Heaven. Castiel warns Dean that Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) is looking for them in Heaven so they need to lay low while searching for an angel named Joshua (guest star Roger Aaron Brown) who can help them since he talks directly to God. While searching for Joshua, the brothers run into some old friends and family members. Mary Winchester aka the mother of Dean and Sam are portrayed by Samantha Smith again although in the flashback episode earlier this season, the role was tackled by Amy Gumenick. Mary died in the pilot episode when she was killed by Azazel. She appeared as spirit later in episode "Home" of season 1 and again as a person in alternate world in season 2. Source & Preview
Few actors get the same level of love and respect the fans of Supernatural have for Jim Beaver. As the gruff but loving Bobby Singer, he's as endearing a character as TV has to offer. Though he's only appeared in about a quarter of the show's episodes, Bobby is an integral part to the show's success, a guy who knows how to hunt demons but also knows how to whip the boys into shape. Jim Beaver may not be in every episode of Supernatural, but it was easy to tell at the show's 100th episode party in January that the show is always with him. He's had many great roles in his long career, but it's the blend of emotion, action and dry wit that makes Bobby the one fans will remember. When I spoke to Jim Beaver at the party, we discussed his favorite moment from the series (one that the fans will certainly agree with), what the show means to him, and, of course, Jared Padalecki's noxious gas. To Read More Click Here .
After a long hiatus, Supernatural returns tonight with the much talked about zombie storyline. But forget Zombieland, Night of the Living Dead or 28 Days Later. The show is taking a different approach to flesh-hungry reanimated corpses and we find out about it in the episode "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid." Tonight's installment takes place in Bobby's hometown, which strongly suggests that the 16th episode of the fifth season is Bobby-centric. And any Supernatural fan knows that anything involving Bobby is awesome, funny and heartbreaking all at the same time. When the dead starts rising from the grave in Bobby's home town, Sam and Dean investigates and discovers that instead of attacking humans, they are harmoniously living with their human families. Puzzled by the phenomena, the Winchesters seek Bobby's help but are advised to leave town. To Read More Click Here .
It looks like we might be getting all new episodes of Supernatural from its return date on March 25 until its season finale (in early May, I believe). This is a GOOD thing, people. We've already posted sneak peeks from the upcoming March 25 episode, and now the CW has released some promo photos for the April 1 new episode, along with a synopsis, which you can view below. SAM AND DEAN ARE KILLED AND GO TO HEAVEN. To Read More Click Here .
Check out a three new clips from SUPERNATURAL's new episode "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" which airs on Thursday, March 25 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW. Finally, the boys are back. I just hate these long breaks we get between episodes. And that's why I am really looking forward to this new episode. I also can't wait to find out how it all ends, I'm especially excited to see the big showdown. But for now let's focus on the upcoming episode, "Dead Men Don't WearPlaid," so enjoy the clips below. Synopsis: When dead folks return to their homes in a small town and begin living their old lives like they never left, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) think it's probably another sign of the apocalypse. They soon realize that Bobby (guest star Jim Beaver), who lives nearby, is personally affected by the 'homecoming' and are worried for him. It's not long however, before everyone realizes that the old adage "be careful what you wish for..." is unfortunately all too true. John Showalter directed the episode written by Jeremy Carver. Source & Preview
Finally! The Winchester boys are back to their evil-busting ways after a 6-week hellish hiatus with a brand-new Supernatural episode titled "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid." Since it starts at 9/8c on the CW right after a brand-new Vampire Diaries, it's a long-anticipated double-premiere night that's not likely to disappoint! Last time we saw the brothers, it was just before Valentine's Day in the not-so-coincidentally titled episode "My Bloody Valentine." Cupid's marks have the townspeople killing each other in the name of love (or so they think) -- more specifically eating one another, which just may make the list of gnarliest deaths in Supernatural history (is there really any other way to describe it?). In one of the most emotionally draining episodes thus far, it is eventually revealed that there's another source of evil behind these grotesque and deadly acts of love: Famine, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. While Cupid is then proved to be more innocent than they had originally expected, Sam and Dean learn valuable mythology regarding their own lineage before Cupid is sent on his diaper-wearing way and the brothers set their sights on facing Famine head-on. With Sam once again jonesin' for demon blood (and spending some quality time in the panic room) and Dean dealing with his own emotional "demons," it was hard not to feel completely exhausted just from watching it! Luckily (or not so much), we've had plenty of time to recuperate from that doozie for this week's return! This Thursday in "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid," Sam and Dean enlist Bobby's help when they catch wind that the dead are rising from their graves in Bobby's hometown. While at first these zombies don't seem to be causing any harm by simply reuniting with their families, the undead reunions inevitably take a turn for the ugly! Check out the newest episode this Thursday on the CW, and if you missed the last episode or just want a quick refresher, watch it here!
This week Supernatural finally returns after five long weeks off the air. Thursday's new episode, "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid," is a zombie extravaganza, and we have a new video clip to check out. In this Supernatural clip, Sam and Dean get ready to gank a zombie when the local cops get in the way. Basically, this isn't your typical zombie story. Supernatural airs Thursday at 9pm on the CW. Source & Preview
If you're like me, you've been rocking in a corner somewhere, waiting for the return of new episodes of Supernatural on March 25. Well, okay, you're probably much more well-adjusted than I am, but surely you're eagerly awaiting the return. We have two sneak peeks for the all new March 25 episode to share with you below. You can also check out a promo, photos and a behind the scenes preview with Jim Beaver we previously posted. Enjoy! IT'S BOBBY'S WIFE!. To Read More Click Here .
A month and a half ago when I spoke to Jared Padalecki at the 100th episode party for Supernatural, his life was a lot different than it is now. Since that night, he's gotten married and his show was renewed for a sixth season. But on the night I spoke to him, he was just happy to be working on Supernatural. Well, kind of. Proving his dedication to the series, while he was in Vancouver for the event, his bride-to-be, Genevieve Cortese, was in California enjoying a bridal shower. Separated by a long stretch of the Western coastline, she was still first on his mind. You can listen to the full audio of my interview with Jared for his insights on the magic of Supernatural, his relationship with Genevieve Cortese and the sacrifices of filming Supernatural in Vancouver. To Read More Click Here .
Jim Beaver has recurred on Supernatural since 2006. The actor (a very nice guy, as we found out ourselves in an August 2009 interview) has appeared sporadically on The CW series in the beloved role of Bobby Singer. But might that run soon be coming to an end? How else should we interpret the following Tweet, which Beaver posted after reading the season five finale script? Supernatural returns with new episodes on March 25. Enjoy every shot you see of Bobby for the rest of the season. Sadly, it's hard to know which might be his last. Source Here