Whether or not you believe zombies have passed their cultural moment in the sun and begun to putrefy, we were intrigued to see Syfy getting in on 'The Walking Dead''s game with the development of new original series 'Z Nation.' Now, the first cast from the all-new series have shambled their way out, among them 'Constantine''s Harold Perrineau, 'Supernatural' vet DJ Qualls, Tom Everett Scott and more.
‘Supernatural’ season 9 summons its 12th episode of the year in “Sharp Teeth,” as Sam and Dean find that Garth (DJ Qualls) has resurfaced among a reformed pack of werewolves, though his newfound happiness quickly proves less what it seems.
Last week’s ‘Supernatural’ premiere, “First Born,” saw Dean and Crowley finding the biblical Cain ('Psych' star Timothy Omundson) in possession of a weapon that can kill Abaddon, while San and Castiel attempted a dangerous spell that can help track the angel Gadreel. So, what does the 12th season 9 episode bring? What strange and unexpected challenges will the Winchesters face next?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Supernatural’ season 9 episode 12, “Sharp Teeth”!
The 2014 TV season doesn't only mean the return of our favorite cable series like 'Justified,' now that broadcast will begin to return, as well! We won't have any new 'Supernatural' for another week, but in the meantime, let's check in on the Winchester brothers with a brand-new trailer for the coming run of episodes, including fan favorites like Garth, (DJ Qualls), Crowley and the big bads of season 9!
While death can hardly be seen as a constant in the 'Supernatural' universe, it seems increasingly likely that Jim Beaver's Bobby Singer has muttered his last "idjit." And while this past week's 'Supernatural' thriller "Blood Brother" left us on a pretty dark note, we're about due for something a little more lighthearted! So when DJ Qualls returns as eccentric hunter Garth in the newest clip from next week's "Southern Comfort," does his Bobby appropriation do the trick, or have us sick to our stomachs?
Anyone who's watched a single season of 'Supernatural' well knows that death is not always what it seems to be, as plenty of characters have bitten the big one, only to be resurrected episodes later. Some people seem to stay dead, the latest of which tragically seems to be Jim Beaver's beloved Bobby Singer. But the show must go on, so who's ready to see DJ Qualls return to pick up where Bobby left off? Pull up a chair for some 'Supernatural' shots of "Southern Comfort!"