Less than a week will see the Gilmore Girls dropping a year’s worth of reunion in time for a post-Thanksgiving binge, as the four-part Day in the Life catches long-lost fans up on all of Stars Hollow. The new trailer brings back even more familiar faces from the oddball town, so kick off the final countdown to next Friday!
Talk of Supernatural’s inevitable end seemed loudest around a tenth or eleventh season, or at least development of a spinoff. We’re a few deep into Season 12 now, with no immediate signs of stopping, but despite recent chatter of ending the series around 300 episodes, star Jensen Ackles isn’t willing to put a number on Supernatural’s ending just yet.
Take a moment, and think of all the coffee you’ve consumed in the last decade. Now double it, triple that, and you might be somewhere in the neighborhood of Rory and Lorelai since Gilmore Girls first premiered 16 years ago. Don’t take our word for it though, see for yourself in a new retrospective before Netflix’s A Year in the Life.
Eleven seasons of The CW’s Supernatural have defied expectations already, raising the eternal question of when Sam and Dean might finally park the Impala for good. Heading into Season 12, however, both stars and producers are aiming for 300 episodes, which could mean a series finale in a shortened fourteenth season.
The moment Netflix confirmed that Gilmore Girls would return for a four-part Netflix revival, as well the subsequent announcements of returning cast, we knew one thing for sure: Rory, Dean, and all of Stars Hollow would all weigh their two cents in on Batman v. Superman! Right? Or … at least Dean and Jess would. Look, cross-promotion is weird.
If ever you wondered how non-Star Wars fans feel about the flurry of casting news dominating airwaves between each movie, Netflix’s Gilmore Girls may offer a clue. All three of Rory’s boyfriends will now return for the revival, including Jared Padalecki, Milo Ventimiglia and more, as the internet continues to lose its collective mind.
Where once upon a time, a proposed Supernatural spinoff might have signaled an end to the Winchester brothers’ CW adventures, here we are, kicking off Season 11. The first trailer for the new year has arrived, as Sam and Dean invoke the almighty himself to stop the mysterious “Darkness,” though Castiel may prove the more immediate threat.
Carry on though those wayward sons, Supernatural Season 10 has come to a close by its latest finale “Brother’s Keeper,” wrapping up the infamous Mark of Cain arc and birthing a whole new evil on the globe. Find out who suffered a swing of Death’s scythe, and what major evil will plague the Winchesters next year by our Supernatural finale breakdown!
A few weeks ago gave us our first real look at 'Supernatural' season 10 as Demon Dean sang and drank his way through the newest trailer, but why stop there? Get an eyeful of the new season with our first clip from October 7 premiere "Black," as Sam goes pretty well on the dark side to hunt down his demonized brother!
'Supernatural' season 10 had been lagging behind 'Arrow' and other such fall CW series for promotion of its new episodes, but no longer! "Deanmon" is on full display in the first trailer for 'Supernatural' season 10, as Sam races across the country to find his bad boy brother, and no strip club nor karaoke joint are safe.