We've still got a few weeks to go before 'Supernatural''s ninth season premiere comes crashing to Earth on October 8, but that doesn't mean we've seen everything up to date. Along with the 'Supernatural' season 8 home release in stores now, two new deleted scenes from season 8 finale "Sacrifice" have emerged that tease the upcoming angel conflicts to come.
Summer may be gone, but who cares? It’s TV time! Fall TV 2013 will prove among the more exciting seasons in recent years, including everything from Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ premiere to the return of our beloved ‘Walking Dead’ for season 4, but with so many options to choose from, which TV is really must-see?
We break down the 20 can’t-miss premieres from the ABC to the NBC to the BBC, including those that will have us talking for months on end, and a score of saucy secrets from each of Fall TV’s best!
'Revolution''s first NBC season brought with it several 'Supernatural' reunions, in pairing stars Mark Pellegrino, Todd Stashwick and Colin Ford with original 'Supernatural' creator and 'Revolution showrunner Eric Kripke. Now, the second season of NBC's 'Revolution'-ary sci-fi thriller brings the biggest 'Supernatural' vet yet, tasking Jim Beaver for an intriguing new role!
Earlier today we caught our first glimpse of 'Supernatural' trio Sam, Dean and Castiel back in action for season 9, though it seems yet another new face will arrive to take them back in time. ABC 'Whodunnit' host Gildart Jackson has been added for a potentially recurring role significant to the Men of Letters history, but will Sam and Dean be around to see it?
'Supernatural' may have shown off a bit of new footage at Comic-Con 2013, but what about those unable to make the trek to San Diego to see stars Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki and Misha Collins in person to preview the new season? The CW has you covered with the first official photo of the trio back in action for season 9, and someone just off camera looks to be in a world of pain.
Fans are eagerly awaiting the October 8 premiere of 'Supernatural' season 9, which will continue the escapades of Sam and Dean Winchester with a host of both new and familiar performers. We've been anticipating the arrival of a number of new characters, but certain fan-favorite and fan-forsaken others have remained question marks until now. Find out which foes and allies have been surprisingly excluded from 'Supernatural' season 9!
The events of 'Supernatural' season 8 finale "Sacrifice" sent a huge number of potential new characters hurtling from the sky, and it seems season 9 has tapped yet another 'Battlestar Galactica' star and all-around genre vet for the first of them. Tahmoh Penikett will appear in the October 8 premiere to kick off a multi-episode arc in season 9, but who might the star have fallen from grace to play?
'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?