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Sneak Peek of Dexter's New Family, Promos for Smallville, Dollhouse & More - Featured

* Dexter : New promo photos of Dexter season four have surfaced! The stills show Rita (Julie Benz) and Dexter (Michael C. Hall) living in marital bliss together with baby Harrison, who looks so cute you want to pinch him, but don't, since his dad's a serial killer. * Smallville : Finally, the promo you Smallville fans have all been waiting for. The new clip is slightly different from the one shown at Comic-Con, but you still get to see Clark (Tom Welling) in the new supersuit. Sadly, the love scene between Lois (Erica Durnace) and Clark is much shorter--don't blink around 1:07. * Supernatural : Satan is coming! Seriously, watch the Supernatural season-five promo and prepare yourself for a devilish new season. * Dollhouse : Fox has released new season-two promo shots for Dollhouse. Did you miss Echo (Eliza Dushku)? Because if you didn't, get a load of what she looks like here and then try answering again. * How I Met Your Mother : HIMYM is finally coming back to your television! Want to see Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) and Robin (Cobie Smulders) get closer? Yes you do! Are you excited for the new photos and promos? Hit the comments to discuss which show you're looking forward to most. Source: E!Online - This Just In: Get a Sneak Peek of Dexter's New Family

New 'Supernatural' Season 5 Promo: No Such Thing as Lucifer - Featured

A new and longer promo of " Supernatural " season 5 is unleashed by The CW , mocking the real world's blind side of the evil. A narrator describes how life is beautiful and that there is no such thing as "Lucifer" before his voice fades out. It ends with Ruby's voice to Sam in the season 4 finale, "You set him free". Played by Mark Pellegrino, Lucifer is the biggest foe that the Winchester brothers will face so far. Sam, who was trustingly obedient to Ruby, accidentally broke the seal after killing the last demon, Lilith in the fourth season. Creator Eric Kripke said that Lucifer will still have his angelic features although seething with envy and hate. Lucifer is going to appear as early as the first episode of "Supernatural" season 5 that airs on September 10. The show is also adding a recurring role named Jesse, "an all-American boy age 11 who is wise beyond his years." The character who "possesses a childlike innocence" has not yet found its actor. To Watch The Promo Click Here . Source Here

'Supernatural' Casting for New Recurring Character

As the countdown for Supernatural season 5 begins, more and more details about the new season are starting to emerge. We've seen the promos, now it's time to get to know some of the new players. Besides the demonic creature Paris Hilton, played by none other than Paris Hilton in episode 5, and Lucifer, portrayed by Mark Pellegrino, there's another character to look forward to this season. Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello has hinted that the show is casting an all-American boy named Jesse, who will appear in a recurring capacity this season. Warning: This article may contain spoilers. Now Jesse isn't your typical child. He's 11 but he's wise beyond his years. Oh and he has some sort kind of special ability. Evidently, he was adopted as a baby and remains at a loss by his unusual powers. We later find out that he's faced with a very adult decision even though he still has a childlike innocence: he believes in the Tooth Fairy! As of this moment, there's no word yet on who will take on the role of Jesse but quite frankly, I couldn't care less since I leave that to the brilliant casting crew of Supernatural. I'm actually more engrossed in the storyline about the Tooth Fairy -a hoax created to make losing teeth not seem so bad. So far, Supernatural has cleverly rendered typically child-friendly stories into something very twisted and frightening, including a teddy bear coming to life, fairy tales with horrific endings and the Anti-Santa who abducts its victims using their chimneys. And considering that Jesse will be appearing in more than one episode, it will be interesting to see how it all plays out for the mythical character that gives children money or gifts in exchange for a baby tooth that has fallen out. Source Here

Supernatural Episode 5.01 "Sympathy for the Devil" Promotional Photos

Here are a set of promotional photos for the premier episode of the fifth season, check them out

First Season 5 Promo of 'Supernatural' - Featured

Short but intense promo of " Supernatural " is released by The CW . It picks up where the fourth season left off, showing Dean and Sam being too late to reach through the gate. Trapped inside the place where the seal is broken, they are tortured by a high-pitched tone which supposedly is how Hell sounds like. In the fourth season finale, Sam was lured by Ruby to kill Lilith. But unfortunately, killing the demon opened the chance for Lucifer to rise. The Devil of all the devils will be the main problem for the Winchester boys in the fifth season. " Dexter " star Mark Pellegrino is playing the antagonistic character who is described as "soft-spoken, strangely sympathetic, more vulnerable than evil" and has "piercing eyes." "Supernatural" is back for a new season on September 10, no longer paired with "Smallville". The CW has created a supernatural Thursday night event by pairing it up with new series "The Vampire Diaries". To Watch The Promo Click here . Source Here

'Supernatural' DVD Rewind: Season 1, Episodes 5-8

To prepare for the Supernatural season 5 premiere on September 10 at 9pm, I'm burning through the company NetFlix account to watch Supernatural from the beginning. After four seasons of Azazel, deals, going to Hell, angels, 66 Seals and Lucifer, it's pretty disappointing to watch the brothers battle killer bugs. As much as I love Supernatural, it's painfully clear, given all the intense mythology that followed, that the start of season 1 is comparatively weak. There are still some amusing bits of dialogue and very haunting production values that make the show quite scary, but for the most part, I found myself glad when the second DVD disc of season 1 was over. More Supernatural DVD Rewind: Season 1, Episodes 1-4 "Bloody Mary" Thoughts Easily the best episode of these four, this episode scared the crap out of me, probably because I have serious issues with bleeding from your eyes. What mad this episode special were small bits of dialogue like when Sam wakes from a nightmare about Jessica only to tell Dean he was dreaming about "lollipops and candy canes." "Skin" Thoughts Getting to see Jensen play an evil shapeshifter posing as Dean was amusing, especially because we got to see Sam and Dean fighting without all the troubling drama in more recent seasons. The final line is great, especially because of what's happened since the episode: Dean laments not getting to watch them bury the dead shapeshifter who looks like him and asks, "How many times will I get to see my own funeral?" Obviously he didn't know how many times he'd die on Supernatural. "Hook Man" Thoughts Just two episodes after "Bloody Mary," my biggest complaint with this episode is that the show became way too reliant on urban legends. When I think of Supernatural, I think of demons, not a really bad Jared Leto movie. "Bugs" Thoughts Not only are killer bugs creepy and incredibly silly, but this episode also features the lamest ending ever. The brothers are being attacked by the bugs, and then the sun comes up, the bugs go away, and everything is magically fixed. Making this episode even worse is the simplistic way Sam and Dean argue over whether John was a good dad or a bad dad. I love the different relationships Sam and Dean have with their father, but that complex emotional drama works a lot better as subtext rather than having the characters say it out loud. My Favorite Moment In "Bloody Mary," as Sam is bleeding from his eyes, the evil spirit reveals his deep secret, that he had dreams of Jessica dying in a fire ceiling several days BEFORE it happened. It was a very cool and shocking twist that helped connect the stand-alone mystery with the show's on-going mythology. Source:

Up to Speed Trailers of 'Supernatural' - Featured

In anticipation of the coming premieres of " Supernatural ", The CW has given a recap video of what happen in the previous season. "Up to Speed" helps fans of the show to recall what matters the characters have to deal with and what kind of new problems lay ahead. In "Supernatural", Dean came back from Hell only to fall on a new mission. Sam was trapped in addiction to Demon's blood and killed Lilith under Ruby's spell. The seal was broken and Lucifer is finally free to roam. Filling the role of the Devil aka Lucifer is Mark Pellegrino who is also a familiar face on " Lost ". "Supernatural" and " Smallville " are no longer paired this Fall. "Supernatural" will be led by a new series "The Vampire Diaries" on Thursdays starting September 10, while "Smallville" takes the Fridays slot starting September 25. To Watch The Up To Speed Video Click Here . Source Here

Fav Detectives: And SideReel's Fav TV Detectives Are... - Featured

Shawn and Gus of Psych ! This endearing, silly and (almost half) psychically smart duo makes for the most favorite TV detectives! Veronica Mars ' Miss Veronica Mars was a close second, and Booth and Bones of Bones came in third. Did the right detective duo take the win? Don't forget to watch SideReel's favorite detectives in the Psych Season 4 premiere tonight at 10/9c on USA Network ! Related Stories: Fav Detectives: Vote for your Favorite TV Detectives! Enter SideReel's Psych Prize Pack Giveaway! Enter SideReel's Monk Prize Pack Giveaway! An Early Look at Psych Season 4 Monk: An Early Look at the Final Season Psych Season 4 Q&A with James Roday & Dule Hill Monk - The Final Season: Q&A with Tony Shalhoub

Supernatural: Comic-Con 2009 Clips

Supernatural fans have suffered nearly three months without The CW paranormal series, which concluded its fourth season with the opening of the door to Lucifer's prison. Really, it's been a hell of a wait. Luckily, there's Comic-Con and this year's panel, consisting of series creator Eric Kripke, writers Sera Gamble and Ben Edlund as well as cast members Misha Collins (Castiel) and Jim Beaver (Bobby), has hinted on what looks to be a bloody good fifth season. Season 4 basically tore Sam and Dean apart and that's the kind of predicament you'd expect to carry on as Supernatural faces the end of the world. But while season 5 is all about the Apocalypse, that doesn't mean that it will be a very depressing chapter for the demon-fighting duo. In fact, it's been said that it's the most optimistic season of Supernatural. And that alone should give you enough reason to tune in. Source & Clips

Paris Hilton 'So Excited' by 'Supernatural' Cameo

Whether she will hook up with one of the Winchester boys or appear as a ghost is not known, but she has expressed her excitement in making a guest starring appearance. Read more.