We've been absent any fresh 'Supernatural' season 9 for a few weeks now, but next week the Winchesters and angels on either side will be out in force for April 15 installment "Meta Fiction." The first clip and a full set of photos from the hour have arrived, featuring the return of 'Battlestar Galactica' vet Tahmoh Penikett as Gadreel, and Curtis Armstrong's Metatron, but what reason do they have to seek out the Winchesters?
‘Supernatural’ season 9 summons its 10th episode of the year in “Road Trip,” as Dean and Castiel reluctantly partner with Crowley for a desperate attempt to free Sam from the angel Gadreel's control.
Last year’s ‘Supernatural’ cliffhanger, “Holy Terror,” saw the slaughters of warring angels bring Castiel back into the field, while Dean discovered the true nature of Sam’s possession by the angel Ezekiel. So what does the 10th 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 10, “Road Trip”!
'Supernatural' may not see the Winchester brothers back on the case until October 8, but fans needn't wait one moment longer for a first look at new premiere episode "I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here"! The CW's first photo set from the all-new installment has come crashing to Earth, revealing along with it the first arrival of Tahmoh Penikett's new character, and a fan-favorite already showing his ghostly, grizzled mug once again!
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?
Tahmoh Penikett sure has a storied history for genre TV fans, popping up on everything from 'Dollhouse' to 'Castle' in his days since 'Battlestar Galactica,' even hooking up with the theatrical 'Man of Steel' next year. But far from content to only appear with the big-screen superheroes, Penikett has also landed a potentially recurring role in The CW's Green Arrow adaptation 'Arrow!' Will Penikett portray an existing DC character, or an altogether new menace?