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Supernatural: More Scoop on the 100th Episode

March 25 marks the return of Supernatural but there's another important date fans should take note of on their calendars. According to Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello, the show's 100th episode, entitled "Point of No Return," will air on April 15 and will feature a lot of shocking twists. SPOILER WARNING: Details about the milestone episode are revealed after the jump!' As we reported previously, psychic Pamela Barnes (Traci Dinwiddie) will be resurfacing in the 16th episode called "Dark Side of the Moon." But she's not the only one returning on Supernatural this season. Though exec producer Sera Gamble won't say who else is coming back, she does hint that several characters whom we've never thought we'd see again will return. We've barely scratched the surface, though. The 100th episode will not only serve as an important series landmark, but it will also serve as a defining moment for Dean (Jensen Ackles). "We definitely kept in mind that this was [an important] episode. We wanted to deliver something with real scope; it's about the Archangel Michael. Crises will come to a head for Dean and Castiel [Misha Collins]," exec producer Sera Gamble reveals. But the most important and controversial scoop about the milestone episode is this: "A very important character will sacrifice themselves in a suicide mission," reveals Gamble, who is poised to take over Supernatural once Eric Kripke steps down as showrunner for season 6. Care to venture a guess? Source Here

'Supernatural' Searches for Another Horseman

It's time for Supernatural to introduce Pestilence, one of the Four Horsemen who are described in the book of Revelation as part of the apocalyptic destruction of Earth. According to TV Guide Magazine, the show is currently looking for a 40-50 year old man to play the mythical figure who is described as "quirky, unassuming and highly intelligent." He's also a bit neurotic and has a nasty cold. Warning: Spoilers ahead!!! Given the Horseman's title, fans can expect him to carry out some sort of fatal "diabolical plan of bio-terrorism" which will surely serve as yet another challenge to Sam and Dean. While there is no word yet on when Supernatural will introduce Pestilence, it has been revealed that this certain episode will also feature a character named Tyson, who is working for a pharmaceutical company and has plans to capitalize on a revolting flu virus by providing the vaccine. Pestilence is the last of the Four Horsemen to be introduced on Supernatural. So far, we've met War in the episode "Good God Y'All" while Death was introduced in "Abandon All Hope" although technically, he was not seen. Famine, on the other hand, appeared in "My Bloody Valentine," where he made a "stomach-turning cannibalistic introduction." Who do you think should play Pestilence? Source Here

'Supernatural' Video: Behind the Scenes of "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid"

The next new episode of Supernatural is still a long time away, but the CW just released a new behind-the-scenes look at "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid," airing March 25. This Supernatural episode is a good, old zombie-killing adventure with Sam, Dean and Bobby shooting their way through the undead. The behind the scenes action is filmed and narrated by star Jim Beaver who takes us backstage at Supernatural. Perhaps my favorite part is seeing Kim Rhodes, a guest star in this episode, as Sheriff Mills. Not only is she the mom from The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, but Jim Beaver fans will surely recognize that he happened to play a character named Sheriff Mills on Harper's Island. Source & Video

'Supernatural' Video Preview: Zombies Are Coming in March

Supernatural is now in the last, brutally long hiatus of season, with five weeks of reruns until the show returns on March 25. On the plus side, it'll be eight straight episodes after that. For now, Supernatural fans can get excited by studying the trailer for the next new episode, "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid." It looks like a Bobby-centric episode where his wife returns as a zombie. That's right: zombies. So enjoy this video that's tastier than Sam's brain. Supernatural returns with new episodes March 25 at 9pm on the CW. Source & Preview

Supernatural: Meet the God of Light

After introducing Cupid and Famine, Supernatural will be introducing yet another mythical being. Baldur, also known as the God of Light, will be gracing the fifth season, and according to Digital Spy, actor Adam Croasdell has been cast to play the role. "It's fantastic being a part of such a popular show and exciting to be in the American arena. I'm looking forward to the challenge," the Zimbabwe-born British actor tells Digital Spy of his Supernatural debut. Croasdell, 29, is perhaps best known for his role as Dr. Al Jenkins on EastEnders. He has played various characters in Smack the Pony and is credited for portraying Sebastian Montgomery on The Chase. He has also appeared in Holby City, Peak Practice, London's Burning, Agatha Christie's Cat Among the Pigeons, Ultimate Force, and The Prince and Me 3: Royal Honeymoon. In Norse mythology, Baldur is the son of Odin and Frigg, and is associated with light because he's so bright (intelligent) that light shined from him. Also associated with beauty, love and happiness, he is loved by both gods and men and is considered to be the best of the gods. At this point, though, it's not clear how Baldur will be introduced on Supernatural or what role he will play in the Winchesters' fight against the Apocalypse. Source Here

Supernatural: Preview its March Return - Featured

Disappearing from the screen for five long weeks is "Vampire Diaries" companion on Thursday, " Supernatural ". When it returns, the Winchester brothers will fight flesh-eating zombies who want to turn the whole town into chew toys. One highlight seen in the preview is the appearance of Bobby's dead wife. In season 3 episode "Dream a Little Dream of Me", it was revealed that Bobby got into hunting after witnessing the possession of his wife and killing her. He bears immense guilt for what he did to her, and has taken some sort of unwritten vow to become involved with the supernatural to prevent what happened to him from ever happening to anyone else. Source & Preview

Supernatural: Preview of Episode 5.15 "My Bloody Valentine"

It's Valentine's Day on Supernatural, or as Dean would call it the "Unattached Drifter Christmas," but don't expect Dean to hit the bars and hook up with desperate lonely girls anytime soon. It looks like something is seriously wrong with him and we find out why tonight in the episode fittingly called "My Bloody Valentine." This should be a good installment considering that Supernatural will go on a five-week hiatus after this. I can only imagine something big going down tonight as we meet two new characters: Cupid and Famine. Cupid isn't the little flying fat kid in diapers we've come to know fables. He's actually a lower order of angel or a third class cherub, and apparently, there are plenty of others like him all over the world. Cas thinks he's causing the townspeople to kill each other for love so he drags the Winchester boys for a mission to stop him. While Cupid seems dangerous based on Cas' description, his sweet, warm fuzzy persona tells you otherwise. The best thing about him, though, is his "handshake." While Cas, Dean and Sam are barking up the wrong tree, Famine, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, wreaks havoc in town which explains why people are drinking and eating themselves to death. Source Here

SUPERNATURAL "My Bloody Valentine" Season 5 Episode 14 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek and check out episode photos from SUPERNATURAL's new episode "My Bloody Valentine" Season 5 Episode 14 which airs on Thursday, February 11 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW. Synopsis: Castiel (Misha Collins) helps Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) hunt down Cupid (guest star Lex Medlin) on Valentine's Day after townspeople start to kill each other for love. However, after Cupid tells them he's innocent, they discover Famine (guest star James Otis), one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, has arrived in town. Mike Rohl directed the episode written by Ben Edlund Source & Preview

Supernatural: What's In Store for Michael Shanks?

A few weeks ago, BuddyTV reported that sci-fi favorite Michael Shanks, who is best known for his role as Dr. Daniel Jackson on Stargate SG-1, will soon be gracing the world of Supernatural. At the time, though, not much has been revealed about Shanks' character except that he will play a man in a local militia. Most recently, Shanks spoke to Newsarama about his Supernatural debut, as well as a few details about his character Rob. Warning: Minor Spoilers Ahead!!! "The character's name is Rob, and he's a member of the Sacrament Lutheran Church, and basically it's a township that has pretty much organized to fight the demon apocalypse that's coming," Shanks revealed. "They're not running and screaming. They're hunkering down. They've figured out a way to fight and whatnot. They boys come across them and are quite enamored by they way they've organized themselves. They have a sort of militia...when a tragedy occurs in Rob's family he sort of takes a bit of a hardline approach when it comes to his beliefs. I'll leave it at that because it starts getting into spoiler territory beyond that." Shanks, who recently appeared as Hawkman on Smallville, acknowledges that he didn't land a pivotal role on Supernatural but asserts that he had a blast working with the cast and crew of the show. "I had a relatively minor role in it, working with Jared [Padalecki] and Jensen [Ackles], and a few other actors, fighting some demons and throwing down with the boys. I think that will be out in a couple months. The episode is called, I think, '99 Problems'. I'm not featured quite prominently in it, but it was a lot of fun to play in that universe. It fit into my schedule quite handily. That's why I did it," he said. "99 Problems" is the 17th episode of Supernatural's fifth season. This installment also marks the 99th episode of the show. For more details, check out our Supernatural Spoiler article. Source Here

'Supernatural' and 'Vampire Diaries' Taking 5-Week Hiatus

There's good and bad news for fans of the CW's Thursday night schedule. First, the bad news: after this week, both Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries will be taking a five-week hiatus, with reruns filling the Thursday night schedule through the middle of March. What's the good news? When Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries return with new episodes starting March 25, their seasons will finish uninterrupted with eight brand new episodes each. While it might be frustrating to go so long without new episodes, the promise of finishing out the seasons with eight straight new episodes is a nice change of pace. Last year, for example, the second half of Supernatural's season had four episodes, followed by a four week break, follow by four episodes, followed by a two week break, followed by the final four episodes. By putting those two breaks together, Supernatural will have a more consistent ending. The move also works well for The Vampire Diaries, since this week's new episode promises to close out the Tomb chapter of the season. Rather than stop and start another story arc, the show will get to finish out the season with one long plot. And if Supernatural fans still need more, the show is currently running every weekday at 10am on TNT, currently airing the second season. TNT will also have a special President's Day Supernatural marathon this Monday where fans can catch 10 of the show's funnier episodes. The marathon includes the Trickster episodes "Tall Tales" and "Mystery Spot" and writer Ben Edlund's "Hollywood Babylon," "Bad Day at Black Rock" and "Monster Movie." But still remember to catch brand new episodes of The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural this Thursday starting at 8pm on the CW. Source Here