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'Supernatural' Sneak Peek: 'Buffy' Star Amber Benson Returns

Supernatural season 6 has had a lot of old faces coming back, but this week's episode might bring one of the oldest back. Amber Benson (who will forever be Tara from Buffy the Vampire Slayer to me and many others) guest starred on Supernatural back in 2006 as a vampire named Lenore who wanted to co-exist peacefully with humans and not kill them. //

'Supernatural': Eve meets Sam and Dean -- but what's her endgame?

In Friday's episode of "Supernatural," the Winchester Brothers will finally come face to face with Eve, the Mother of All. Though she's usually played by guest star Julia Maxwell, the villain will take on a different face this time -- she'll look like Mary (Samantha Smith), the boys' long-dead mother."It's not really Mary, and Sam and Dean know that. [She thinks] she'll be easier for the boys to talk to this way," executive producer Bob Singer tells Zap2it. "She thinks they can be persuaded because he is her mother."Luckily, Sam and Dean have had their mother's image used against them before -- Zachariah fully creeped us out when he told them he'd been hooking up with her in Heaven in Season 5. Eve's motivations remain a bit of a mystery as the season draws to a close. "She's here for a reason. Her kingdom is being messed with. If Crowley's running hell, and Cas is... //

'Supernatural' 6.19 Preview: Meet Evil Mary Winchester

Sam and Dean are not too happy when seeing Mary Winchester (Samantha Smith) again in an upcoming episode of " Supernatural ". The Winchester brothers have to face an evil creature using the face of their mother when Eve brings her back as a demon.   After   traveling   back to 1861 Wyoming in "Frontierland", next week Sam and Dean along with Bobby and Castiel travel to a small town in Oregon to track down The Mother of All. The guys discover the townspeople have been converted to demons, but surprisingly, they all appear to be dying. The finally meet Eve face to face as a waitress in a diner.    Read More... //

TV Ratings: 'Girls Night Out' wins for CBS; 'Friday Night Lights' up, 'Fringe' slips

Fast National ratings for Friday, April 23, 2011CBS was on top as usual, despite "CSI: NY" being a rerun. The Eye can thank the "Superstar Women of Country," which brought in an average of almost 8.5 million viewers. "Friday Night Lights" saw an uptick from last week. Sorry, "Fringe" fans (of which we are among) - it slipped again.CBS averaaged 7.7 million viewers and a 4.8 rating/9 share in households to win the night. NBC was next with 5.3 million, 3.5/6, following by ABC at 4.4 million, 2.9/5. FOX was fourth at 3.1 million, 1.9/3 and the CW put up a solid 2.1 million, 1.3/2.In the 18-49 demo, nobody blew anything out of the water. CBS led with a 1.4, NBC and ABC tied for second at 1.2, FOX earned a 1.1 and the CW was at 0.9.  Friday hour by hour: 8 p.m.CBS: "CSI: NY" rerun (6.0 million viewers, 4.0/7 households)ABC: "Shark Tank" (4.9... //

Jensen Ackles and Jared Padelecki Talk 'Supernatural,' Souls and Scary Challenges

"No rest for the wicked" is a common enough saying. But what about those who fight wickedness? Well, if they inhabit the 'Supernatural' universe, there's no rest for them either. The sixth season of 'Supernatural' certainly offered new challenges for Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, the show's stars. In the first half of the season, Sam Winchester didn't have a soul, Dean Winchester had to recover from losing his little slice of domestic contentment and deal with the scarily unemotional RoboSam, and the brothers had to contend with an unusually difficult array of critters, creatures and demonic meddlers. Read More... //

'Supernatural' Preview: 6 Reasons Why You Can't Miss This Week's Rip-Roarin' Western Episode

You'd be hard-pressed to find a more fearless series currently on air than the CW's 'Supernatural'. Over the past six seasons, the dashing Winchester brothers have faced everything from Santa Claus to a spoof of Dr. McDreamy, but this Friday, they're facing a genre that few shows (or movies) dare to touch these days: The Western. 'Supernatural' already smashed the fourth wall with great aplomb earlier this season, but pulling off a believable Western on a TV budget would be a feat for any show without a premium cable network footing the bill. So it gives us great pleasure to report that, not only is 'Frontierland' gorgeous to look at, it's also one of the series' strongest episodes to date, providing humor and action while keeping up the momentum of the mythology as we approach the season finale. TV Squad was lucky enough to see an advanced screener of this Friday's wild Western episode, and we've managed to whittle down an hour of memorable moments into a list of six reasons why this episode is not to be missed. Proceed with caution, pilgrims: there are mild spoilers ahead. //

SUPERNATURAL “The Man Who Would Be King” Season 6 Episode 20 Photos

Check out photos  from  SUPERNATURAL  Season 6 Episode 20 titled "The Man Who Would Be King" which airs on Friday May 6 at 9pm on The CW.  Episode Synopsis:  SUPERNATURAL  "The Man Who Would Be King" Season 6 Episode 20 – Castiel ( Misha Collins ) tells Sam (Jared Padalecki), Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Bobby (Jim Beaver) about the war in Heaven  and how he and Raphael became enemies. Bobby believes Castiel is hiding something, but Dean refuses to believe it. Ben Edlund wrote and directed the episode. Read More... //

'Supernatural' goes Western: What to expect when Sam and Dean go to 'Frontierland'

The legend of Samuel Colt has been part of "Supernatural" mythology since Season 1, when the Winchesters first procured the Colt .45 that would ultimately kill the Yellow-Eyed Demon. In Friday's episode, "Frontierland," we meet the man behind the myth when Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) go back in time for the third time. We got the chance to preview the episode, so here's the scoop on what's in store for you on Friday night at 9 p.m. EST on The CW.Yes, there are plenty of "Back to the Future: Part 3" references, just like we'd hoped -- including Dean calling himself Eastwood. In fact, the episode has a lot of really humorous moments. Most mythology-heavy episodes tend to steer away from the humor, but this episode perfectly balances laughs with high-stakes drama. Dean's sheer delight at the opportunity to explore the Old West is a blast to watch -- especially because we... //

'Supernatural' Episode 6.19 Photos: 'Mommy Dearest'

Official Description: "Sam, Dean, Bobby and Castiel track Eve to a small town in Oregon. The guys discover the townspeople have been converted to demons, but surprisingly, they all appear to be dying. When they finally do meet Eve, she decides to torture the brothers by bringing back their mother, Mary Winchester, as a demon."    Read More... //

'Supernatural' Musical Episode Is Possible

" Supernatural " might do a musical like what " Grey's Anatomy " did. Executive producer Bob Singer tells TVLine that he is poised to make a musical episode although he finds it "risky". He shares, "Musicals are really risky ground, but we do talk about it."   Singer goes on claiming that the idea has been there even before   Ryan   Murphy   successfully brought musical drama " Glee ". "From year one, there have been two things we've talked about: How do you do a musical? And how do you do a cartoon?" he explains, revealing a possible animated episode for The CW show. "We haven't found a way to do either one of those yet, but I'm sure it'll come up in conversation for next season, an animated show or a musical."    Read More... //