'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.
The CW's proposed 'Supernatural' spinoff may not have panned out, nor do we have any idea when the series itself may come to a close, but after the ninth season finale's shocking final second twist, the Winchester boys are in for a hell of a ride in the October 7 premiere. See Dean adjusting to his new life, while Sam looks the worse for wear in our first photos from season 10 premiere "Black"!
Just when you thought 'Arrow' season 3 had only a few more castings in its tank before the October premiere, The CW's DC-adapted drama adds even more familiar faces to fan-friendly roles. Latest to enter the fray are 'Supernatural' alum Amy Gumenick in the loving role of DC villain Cupid, and 'Glee' star Nolan Funk as a face from Felicity's past.
It's been a good long while since we've heard anything from 'Supernatural' season 10, but with Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki on their way to Comic-Con 2014 next week, both boys and CW producers took a pit stop at the TCA press tour to talk future spinoff potential, Dean's demon days ahead, and when 'Supernatural' might finally hunt its last season.
We've been wondering what The CW might plan for 'Supernatural' going into its tenth season, whether all the recent spinoff attempts might signal an imminent end to the main series, and it seems at least that that Sam and Dean may indeed look to sum things up. The CW's flagship 'Supernatural' horror story has commissioned a series retrospective to precede the season 10 premiere, while Jensen Ackles will once again get in the director's chair.
Of all The CW's upcoming fall 2014 premieres, we're most excited to return to the world of 'Arrow,' check out how 'The Flash' fits into it all, and catch up with the wily Winchester brothers of 'Supernatural.' Wait no longer to find out when each series races out of the gate, now that The CW released their full schedule of fall 2014 premieres!
We weren't altogether surprised when 'Supernatural' revealed Misha Collins would again be returning in season 10 as series regular Castiel, but it seems the decade milestone will also see Castiel's other side of the coin finally given his due. After four seasons, Mark Sheppard's demonic Crowley will ascend to series regular status, with an understandably meaty part for the King of Hell in season 10.
‘Supernatural’ season 9 summons its 23rd and final episode of the year in season finale “Do You Believe in Miracles,” as a rage-driven Dean makes his final assault on Metatron, while Castiel and Gadreel attempt to sway the other angels to the nature of Metatron's deception.
Previous ‘Supernatural’ installment “Stairway to Heaven” saw a rash of angelic bombings leading Dean to lose his grip in the investigation, while Sam and Castiel discovered the truth of Metatron's (Curtis Armstrong's) plans. So, what does the 23rd season 9 episode bring? What shocking twist are the Winchesters left with this time?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Supernatural’ season 9 episode 23, finale installment “Do You Believe in Miracles”!
It's tough to say if The CW's 'Supernatural' might call it a day after the upcoming tenth season, what with the network's determination to find a successful spinoff, but the ninth season at least will be closing fast by this Tuesday's season finale "Do You Believe in Miracles?" The full set of photos for tomorrow's season 9 finale are upon us, and Dean isn't looking so hot as Sam and Castiel take the fight to Metatron.
'Supernatural' announced today that the CW wouldn't quit trying for a spinoff after the failure of "Bloodlines," but the Winchester brothers have their own problems afoot by next week's season 9 finale "Do You Believe in Miracles?" The first finale sneak peek has arrived, and things don't look to have calmed down from the tense ending of this week's "Stairway to Heaven."