‘Supernatural’ season 9 summons its third episode of the year in “I'm No Angel,” as Castiel struggles to adapt to the challenges of humanity while on the run from the angels, and Dean is forced to make a difficult choice in the pursuit of his fallen friend..
Last week’s ‘Supernatural’ episode “Devil May Care” saw Sam and Dean team with fellow hunters to battle a reformed Abaddon (Alaina Huffman) recruiting demons to her cause, while Kevin Tran locked wits with Crowley back at the base, so what does the third season 9 episode bring? What new challenges will the Winchesters face in the coming year?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Supernatural’ season 9 episode 3, “I'm No Angel!”
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‘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!
'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.
Only three episodes remain in 'Supernatural's eighth season, after this past week's Felicia Day-starring "Pac-Man Fever" took the boys on their last deviation of the year. And while next Wednesday's episode will introduce Sam and Dean to "The Great Escapist," the season' penultimate episode "Clip Show" will bring back some long-past characters! Get a sneak peek of 'Supernatural' season 8's final episodes inside!
'Supernatural' has highlighted a number of one-off episodes in recent weeks, somewhat spinning its wheels with regard to the angel and demon tables and Castiel's mysterious new angel benefactors. That all changes with March 20 return episode "Goodbye Stranger," which will reintroduced the angelic Castiel and the demonic Crowley back into the mix, as well as a long-absent Meg (Rachel Miner)! The Winchester boys will certainly have their hands full, but how would you like to see a sneak peek gallery of "Goodbye Stranger" right now?
It's a bright day for 'Supernatural' fans and Mishamigos alike, far brighter than the day we learned star Misha Collins would step down as series regular for the show's seventh season. Now, midway through the eighth season and with a ninth confirmed on the way, Collins will once again return to series regular status, stepping behind the camera as well to direct an episode! Find out the latest on 'Supernatural' inside!
This past week's 'Supernatural' episode took the Winchesters in a decidedly different direction, going down the found-footage path for season 8 thriller 'Bitten.' This coming week's "Blood Brother" will see the series getting back to its main storyline of Dean's time in Purgatory and his new vampire friend Benny, but what of Kevin Tran or the angels? Good news, 'Supernatural' fans, because they'll all be back for the seventh episode "A Little Slice of Kevin," along with a previously thought-dead ally! So who's the big mystery guest?
From the very beginning of 'Supernatural season 4, fans of the long-running CW series have been adamant about one fact: needs more Castiel! Thank heaven, their prayers were answered as the notoriously awkward angel was made a series regular, smiting and smiling his way alongside the Winchesters for seasons to come. Then, the seeming apocalypse arrived as Misha Collins took a reduced role in the series, but will 'Supernatural' season 8 restore the wayward angel to his former glory?
There are only three episodes left in 'Supernatural's current season, with no confirmation on a deal for an eighth in place, so isn't it high time things kicked into gear? No more of these ghostly stand-alones, but rather full-on angels and demons slugging it out with the slimy, ravenous Leviathans? The latest look at upcoming 'Supernatural' episode "Reading is Fundamental" certainly isn't taking itself that seriously...
'Supernatural’ season 7 scares up its seventeenth episode of the season, as Sam finally breaks down from the visions of Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino) in his head, and Dean seeks the help of a mysterious healer with a very familiar face, as Demons converge on both their positions.