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'Supernatural' angel heads to 'Nikita': Julie McNiven's sleeper assassin wakes up

"Supernatural" and "Nikita" will be sharing a night for the first time this fall when they premiere on The CW on Sept. 23 -- and now, a "Supernatural" alum will be stepping into the assassin vs. assassin world of "Nikita."Julie McNiven, who played the traitorous angel Anna on "Supernatural" in the fourth and fifth seasons, is joining "Nikita" as a guest star in episode 2, airing Sept. 30. Zap2it confirms exclusively that McNiven plays Alicia, described as "a young woman with a troubled past who is completely unaware that she is a sleeper assassin."When Nikita (Maggie Q) stops Alicia from committing a violent crime, she learns who is responsible for her abilities heightened killer instincts. She becomes a valuable resource for the team, and we'll learn that she has a lot in common with Birkhoff (Aaron Sanford).McNiven is also known for her work as Hildy on "Mad Men" and as Ginn on "SGU: Stargate Universe."... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/09/supernatural-angel-heads-to-nikita-julie-mcnivens-sleeper-assassin-wakes-up.html

Mark Pellegrino To Guest Star in BREAKOUT KINGS

Hang onto your hats Supernatural and Lost fans! The man who played the epitome of both good and evil (on two different shows at the same time) is about to make his way onto your TV screens once again. According to TVLine.com , Mark Pellegrino has been cast in a guest starring role on A&E’s BREAKOUT KINGS . The actor, best known for his role as the elusive Jacob on Lost (though he will always be Lucifer on Supernatural to me) will play Virgil Downing, a notorious international contract killer who always gets the job done. Downing is suspected in at least-three dozen other killings, but his only conviction was for murdering a police commissioner, six years before he broke out of his maximum-security cell. The upcoming fugitive-themed drama is being produced by former Prison Break execs Matt Olmstead and Nick Santora and is slated to premiere in mid-March. Pellegrino will make his appearance in the show’s 10th episode. //feedproxy.google.com/~r/daemonstv/~3/0nL7ueAhImI/

Supernatural Goes Anime in 2011

Well this is interesting. Cinema Today is reporting that highly acclaimed Japanese anime studio Madhouse is producing a 22 episode season of Supernatural that will cover the first two seasons of the cult CW demon-hunting favourite starring Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles. According to their website, this would be the first overseas drama to ever be developed by a Japanese animation studio. To Read More Click Here .

Supernatural's Fitting Farewell

It had to end this way, you understand that, right? Supernatural, despite its false reputation as another teen drama on the CW, has rarely dumbed itself down and delivered something that felt out of place in its season enders. Show creator Eric Kripke's vision of Supernatural ran for five seasons and five seasons only, and Thursday's episode, "Swan Song" sure felt like a series finale even though the show will live to see Season 6 (although it will do so without Kripke, who will hand over the title of showrunner to executive producer Sera Gamble). We always knew the apocalypse was coming, and that Sam and Dean would have to make great sacrifices to prevent Lucifer from walking the Earth and making us all his bitch. And that's what we got: Sam was headed for a pit in Hell to endure the worst thing imaginable for eternity, and Dean—his job done and brother lost—was off to live the "good" life, even though he'd always be haunted by the knowledge of what went down in that cemetery in Kansas. That is, until a few major events spun everything on its head. Kripke, speaking through his own vessel in prophet Chuck, acknowledged that while any moron can start a story, it takes a lot more effort to end one. Kripke also understands that endings can never satisfy everyone, and there's no doubt that some fans will have their issues with "Swan Song." But what Kripke did splendidly was leave much of what really happened open to interpretation, resulting in a beautiful final moment for Supernatural and one of the most satisfying season/series finales in recent memory. In the climax of "Swan Song," Sam said "yes" to Lucifer, allowing the Prince of the Netherworld to take his body with the hopes of retaking control and swan-diving into Lucifer's lock box, imprisoning Satan in Hell until some other nitwits accidentally set him free again. Things didn't go according to plan (understatement of the year), and Cas was blown to angel bits, Bobby had his neck snapped, and Dean ended up with a face full of LuSamfer's fist. (Side note: I was barely able to even watch Jensen Ackles' Elephant Man face—horrifying!) But what happened next was beautiful: Somewhere deep inside Lucifer, Sam began to take control, and we were treated to a spectacular montage of Sam and Dean through the years. Sam ultimately wrestled back control of his body, opened the gate to Lucifer's prison, and was about to jump for it when the archangel Michael returned, ready to fight his brother to the death. Instead, they both hurtled into Hell, the chasm closed, and Dean was left alone for a very uncomfortable moment. Sam and Dean's relationship is eerily similar, on several levels, to Lucifer and Michael's, but there are key differences that set them apart. Lucifer and Sam were both cast away (or cast themselves away) and had a troubled relationship with their fathers. Dean and Michael were eternally loyal to their fathers, possibly to a fault. But while Michael recognized that his brother had become something of a monster and wanted to destroy him, Dean saw Sam's strange powers and demon-blood-drinking addiction and stuck with him to the bitter end, doing all he could. Ahhh, humans. Ever since the Winchester brothers were pegged as the vessels for Lucifer and Michael, I've been dying to see how things would end up. And I'm glad Supernatural didn't take the wimpy way out. Kripke has always said the show is really about these two brothers and little more, and through tear-soaked eyes we were reminded of that via the multiple montages, which relived the good and bad from the past five seasons. Even with the fate of the world hanging in the balance, my heart was going out to these two brothers whose long road came to an end with gut-wrenching choices.

Sneak Peek #3 - Supernatural 5.22 "Swan Song" (Season Finale)

The Space channel in Canada has released a promo with new scenes and a sneak peek for tonight's season finale of Supernatural (*sob*). The sneak peek is basically a continuation of the first sneak peek we posted here (along with a CW promo). You can also view a promo, a second sneak peek and promo photos that we previously posted. To Read more Click Here .

Supernatural Season 6 Spoilers - After the Apocalypse, What's Next for the Winchesters?

Say goodbye to the war between good and evil, folks, because the Apocalypse is set to end (possibly with a bang) on the season 5 finale of Supernatural , which will be airing tonight (May 13). Series creator Eric Kripke has always stressed that he had a five year plan for the show, with the showdown between Lucifer and Michael - and possibly the Winchester brothers themselves - to play out by the end of the fifth season. When word came a few months ago that Supernatural had been renewed for a sixth season, fans were wondering "where do we go from here?" To Read More Click Here .

Supernatural's Mark Pellegrino: Fans Will Be Satisfied with the Finale

It's the moment Supernatural fans have been waiting for all season: Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino) is about to throw down with pretty much everyone. TVGuide.com caught up with Pellegrino, who says Lucifer is quite the sympathetic character. (Um, what about that whole wanting to destroy all of mankind thing?) The 45-year-old actor also gave us the details on Lucifer's journey to the apocalypse as well as the similarities between Lucifer and his character on Lost, Jacob. To Read More Click Here .

Sneak Peek #2 - Supernatural 5.22 "Swan Song" (Season Finale)

You know what's going to happen on May 13, don't you? First, we're going to be treated to a recap to the tune of "Carry on Wayward Son" as Supernatural ends its fifth season. Second, I'm going to start tearing up during the episode. Right around the time this sneak peek actually starts. At this point I have to warn you that this sneak peek (and the first one we posted here) are pretty spoilery, so proceed at your own risk. And somehow try to resist crying, even though Kripke and the rest of the production staff wants to crush your freaking soul with this episode. To Read More Click Here .

'Supernatural' Video: Watch a Clip from the Season 5 Finale

The end is here. The season 5 finale of Supernatural is less than a week away, and now that Sam and Dean have all four Horsemen rings, it's time to try and trap Lucifer. Easier said than done. The episode, titled "Swan Song," promises to be the epic conclusion to the Apocalypse and offers the conclusion of creator Eric Kripke's original five-year plan for the series. Check out this sneak peek at the finale. In this clip, Sam and Dean Share a beer and their feelings as Dean shows his overgrown brother the respect he deserves. Source & Preview

SUPERNATURAL "Two Minutes to Midnight" Season 5 Episode 21 - Promo

Watch a promo and check out images of the upcoming episode of SUPERNATURAL titled "Two Minutes to Midnight" Season 5 Episode 21 which airs on Thursday May 6 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW. Synopsis: Crowley (guest star Mark Sheppard) tells Bobby (Jim Beaver) he will give him the location of Death (guest star Julian Richings), the fourth horseman, in exchange for his soul. Knowing Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) need that fourth ring to stop the Apocalypse, Bobby reluctantly agrees. Sam and Dean confront Pestilence (guest star Matt Frewer), but he unleashes a deadly virus upon them, so Castiel (Misha Collins) must intervene on their behalf. Dean has a meeting with Death to discuss Lucifer, and an unholy alliance is formed at a very high price for Dean. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Sera Gamble Source & Promo