'Supernatural' fans were given a nifty bonus last week when The CW moved the premiere up a full week to October 8, but why stop there? The latest spoilery details on Sam and Dean Winchester's season 9 adventures reveal yet another trip to the past, and and epic battle for Dean, once the brothers finally manage to get past those thousands of angels stranded on Earth by season 8 finale "Sacrifice."
Apart from The CW's news that 'Flash' will soon spin off of 'Arrow,' we're still reeling from the announcement that 'Supernatural' will follow the same treatment for its ninth season. More and more details have begun to emerge from the as-yet-untitled spinoff, which will weave a backdoor pilot into 'Supernatural' season 9 and center in Chicago with a new cast of characters, but what chances do fans have of seeing any familiar faces?
Shortly after 'Supernatural' gave its big Hall H presentation at Comic-Con 2013, fans of the long-running CW series were surprised to learn that the network had begun development of a potential spinoff series, whose backdoor pilot would be woven into the coming season. Now that the dust has settled, what fresh details have been spilled of the Sam and Dean-less spinoff series?
'Supernatural' fans well know that the long-running CW series focuses as much on the angels, demons and monsters as the relationship between Sam and Dean Winchester, and season 9 will be no different. Despite the apparent peace between the brothers forged in season 8 finale "Sacrifice," it seems another major rift between Sam and Dean is set to blow the ninth year wide open!
The producers of 'Supernatural' have consistently reminded fans that few deaths can ever be considered permanent within the series, and Jim Beaver's Bobby may just outshine the Winchesters themselves when it comes to returning from the great beyond. Beaver has officially signed on to reprise his role in season 9, but what brings the Winchester mentor down to Earth?
It's been a good long while since we've heard anything from 'The Vampire Diaries' upcoming fifth season, but now it seems in advance of next week's Comic-Con 2013 panel, the details have begun to trickle out. The Mystic Falls series had added two mysterious new players to the fifth season in the form of Russian model-actress Olga Fonda and 'Greek' star Kendrick Sampson, but who will the new stars play?
‘Supernatural‘ producers remained surprisingly quiet after the airing of season 8 finale “Sacrifice,” but with the Winchesters set to make their mark in Hall H less than a week from now for the Comic-Con 2013 panel, new spoileriffic details have emerged of the big angel stories in season 9, and new challenges on the horizon for Sam and Dean!
Things felt curiously quiet after 'Supernatural' aired its climactic season 8 finale "Sacrifice," as few interviews from either cast or crew painted a portrait of where the long-running CW series would pick up in season 9. So before we head to Comic-Con 2013 to get the latest on the Winchester brothers, let's find out where the season 9 premiere episode will take us, and who we'll meet along the way!
Many times in the past year we've heard about The CW attempting to capitol-ize (heh) on the teen success of blockbuster franchise 'The Hunger Games,' first developing multiple iterations of the futuristic competition drama 'The Selection,' and this coming summer with reality competition series 'Capture' (which was originally named 'The Hunt'). The first official trailer for 'Capture' has hit the net, but are the odds ever in its favor?
A few weeks ago the major networks released both truncated and, later on, full trailers for their new offerings, while The CW largely released extended clips from each new series. That all changed tonight as the teen-centric network released the full set of trailers for its upcoming, sci-fi heavy season, including 'The Vampire Diaries' spinoff 'The Originals,' sci-fi dramas 'The Tomorrow People,' 'The 100' and 'Star-Crossed,' and period soap 'Reign'!
'Supernatural' fan-favorite Castiel may have lost his wings in the season 8 finale "Sacrifice," but it seems star Misha Collins may be the one sweating a lack of grace. The actor recently answered fan questions at a 'Supernatural' event, somewhat jokingly espousing his own views that the CW series has been "gratuitously misogynistic" in its past treatment of women, the most prominent characters of which often die gruesome deaths.
Just hours after airing two of its biggest finales in both 'Arrow' and 'Supernatural,' The CW has joined the Upfront ranks to introduce some major changes into its fall lineup. No longer paired together are 'Arrow' and 'Supernatural,' as the latter moves to Tuesdays to help launch 'Vampire Diaries' spinoff 'The Originals,' while 'Nikita's' confirmed final season will be held to 2014. Find out about the big CW schedule changes inside!
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