Zap2it confirms that Lenore is back in 6.19.
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Posted Mar 8, 2011 @ 12:18 AM
All we dare tell you is that the final episodes of the season are dark, dark, dark. No more funny meta eps for the duration. Glad? Mad? Hit the comments.
Posted Mar 11, 2011 @ 6:58 PM
"We do find out that Cas is kind of calling on some things maybe he even shouldn't be calling on to help his cause," explained the actor. "Ultimately his intentions are good, but as we've played with for six seasons on Supernatural, the road to Hell is paved with good intentions."
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Posted Mar 14, 2011 @ 9:24 PM
Misha Collins tells us, "In the final episodes this season, we're getting more into the battle in heaven, and we're even going to touch back on Sam's soul. The end of the season is very dialed into the season-long mythology...Cas does spend time with the Mother of All lady, and Cas does not go to the Wild West. Missed opportunity. He could have worn chaps."
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Posted Mar 16, 2011 @ 11:14 AM
Question: I want a Supernatural scoop! —Julia
Ausiello: You better pray The CW renews the show for a seventh season because “the finale ends on a cliffhanger,” series creator Eric Kripke told TVLine at PaleyFest ’11. “Everyone should be prepared to rip their hair out all summer.” Actually, you might want to start now since, as Kripke adds, “We end [the episode] in the worst possible place for all involved.” Expect the run-up to the big finish to be “pretty mythology-heavy,” says Supe vet Jim Beaver (Bobby). “There are changes in the alliances, and in Castiel’s relationship with the boys and with Bobby.”
Question: I know I’m in the minority, but I loved Lisa and Ben on Supernatural! Any chance we will see them again? —Elena
Ausiello: “They will be back,” Jensen Ackles confirmed to TVLine at Paleyfest ’11. “I can’t say necessarily how, but that story will be explored and it will be explored heavily. I think there’s a part of [Dean] that was left with them. But I think he knows deep down that it would never work. And I think that’s going to be a very emotional situation that he’s going to have to deal with.”
Question: Any scoop on the Cas-centric episode of Supernatural? —Tammy
Ausiello: Who better to tackle that question then Ben Edlund, the writer/director behind the May sweeps outing: “It’s kind of him looking over his life. And as we move toward the end of this season, Cas is going to make some very, very big, difficult choices. He takes stock of what his life is as an angel and what it’s been since the Winchesters came into it and what that’s meant to him. It’s a pretty interesting character portrait [and] it leads to a pretty interesting path. We’ll [also] see some elements of Heaven, a very kaleidoscopic place. We’ll reveal some things about the mechanics of Heaven.”
Posted Mar 19, 2011 @ 10:40 PM
I heard Supernatural is going to get pretty serious in the last few episodes, which is sad. I love their funny moments even more than the drama sometimes. Are there any fun episode coming up to break up the sad? — Diandra
I don’t think there are whole episode of funny (See: “The French Mistake”) but there is certainly some funny on the way. The next episode back, for instance, shows us the world that would exist if the Titanic never sank. (Balthazar decides he doesn’t like the end of the movie and decides to save the ship.) “It’s kind of about the butterfly effect of that,” she said. Other exciting moments coming up: Dean’s showdown at high noon. Sam on horseback. A saloon girl hitting on Dean.
Posted Mar 24, 2011 @ 6:31 PM
SAM AND DEAN TEMPT FATE — After Balthazar (guest star Sebastian Roche) changes history and keeps the Titanic from sinking, Fate (guest star Katie Walder) intervenes and begins killing those that would have died on the ship. Castiel (Misha Collins) tells Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) that Fate is very upset with the two of them and the only way they can stay alive is to kill her. Mike Rohl directed the episode written by Bret Matthews (618).
Posted Mar 25, 2011 @ 12:52 PM
How much of this war are we going to see on Supernatural. It would be kind lame for them not to show the thing they've been talking about all season, right? — Rachael
Lame? Probably not. My gut tells me it would be for a good reason. Misha Collins agrees with my gut. "We're not going to see a whole lot of the actual war that's taking place in heaven. We're going to see how that plays out with respect to Sam and Dean and their world. But the two definitely collide in the season finale," he says. Another thing we can expect not to see? Cas in 300-style angel battle gear. "I would love to have some sexy, feathery armor, but I'm not getting any. It's the same frumpy trench coat and suit," he laments.
Any scoop on Cas's new angel buddy on Supernatural? — Krystal
I wouldn't necessarily use the word "buddy." More like "reluctant ally." "It's hard for Cas to figure out who's on his side and who's not," Collins dishes. "There's a lot of duplicity and spies."
Thanks for all the scoopage on the Winchester boys. I'm torn between excitement and dread for the last episodes of the season. Just thinking that what's left is all we might ever have makes me want to have a little Hunter's Helper and pass out in grief! I was wondering if there is any word yet on whether we will have a season 7? Thanks! — Gia
Save some room for me at your table, because I think we're going to need to lean on each other for support after a likely soul-killing finale. Actually, let me back up. The heartbreak really begins with "The Man Who Would Be King," the first episode being directed by fan-fave writer Ben Edlund. "It's the story of Castiel looking over his life, and then it turns into Castiel looking into his relationships," he says. "If it does it's job, it'll break your heart." As for the chances of a next season, Supernatural showrunner Sera Gamble tells me, "We've cliffhung this season, so if you want to know what happens, you have to tune into season 7. So we have to make one."
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Posted Mar 28, 2011 @ 2:46 PM
Winchesters Gone Wild! | Jensen Ackles got his cowboy on when Supernatural transported Dean and Sam to the Old West for an upcoming episode. “The guys find a formula to battle Eve, the mother of all monsters, but the problem is the only record of this formula ever existing happened over a 100 years ago,” Ackles previews. “So they call upon their angel friends to give them a time-travel experience.” The excursion fit like a glove, says Ackles, who like Dean is wild about Westerns. “I sent a picture to my father [from this episode], and he wrote back, ‘You’ve been rehearsing this scene since you were six.’” Hopefully he rehearsed it well, because Supernatural pulled out all the stops. “I get to have, like, a high noon shootout, we get to see a hanging…,” says Ackles. “We packed a lot into a 42-minute episode. It’s really good.”
Posted Apr 5, 2011 @ 5:57 PM
Question: Thanks for the First Look at Supernatural’s Western-themed “Frontierland” episode. Anything you can share about the episode that precedes it on April 15? —Cristine
Ausiello: I’ve got an exclusive sneak peek at The CW’s new promo for the eppy, which envisions a world in which the Titanic never sank. As you can see, Fate steps in (literally and figuratively) to get the universe back on track — to disastrous results.
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Posted Apr 10, 2011 @ 8:57 AM
“SUPERNATURAL” — (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
“Mommy Dearest” (TV-14, LV) (HDTV) Friday April 29
SAM AND DEAN MEET EVE — Sam (Jared Padalecki), Dean (Jensen Ackles), Bobby (Jim Beaver) and Castiel (Misha Collins) track Eve (guest star Julia Maxwell) to a small town in Oregon. The guys discover the townspeople have been converted to demons, but surprisingly, they all appear to be dying. When they finally do meet Eve, she decides to torture the brothers by bringing back their mother, Mary Winchester (guest star Samantha Smith), as a demon. John Showalter directed the episode written by Adam Glass (#619).