In case you were still worried about Castiel’s fate, The CW has released a new Supernatural poster, which reaffirms that the angel’s portrayer, Misha Collins, will be back for Season 13.
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At t this point, it’s almost impossible to shock Sam and Dean Winchester. They learned the truth about monsters before they could drive, and from that moment on, they’ve met imaginary friends, fought talking teddy bears, and visited fairy realms. (Well, at least one.) And yet, Supernatural’s season 12 finale managed to throw something new their way: When Lucifer’s son was born, he opened a rift to a world where Sam and Dean never existed and heaven and hell are locked in an eternal war. And that won’t be Sam and Dean’s only shock when they learn that Archangel Michael is alive in this alternate world.
While Hurricane Harvey continues to hit Texas, Supernatural stars have rallied the show’s fandom to make a difference. Led by Jensen Ackles’ Texas-based company, Family Business Beer Company, and Misha Collins’ charity, Random Acts, they launched a fundraising campaign to help with hurricane relief.
EW can exclusively reveal that Alexander Calvert, who appeared briefly in the season 12 finale, will be a series regular for the show’s upcoming thirteenth season, in which he’ll reprise his role as Jack (better known as Lucifer’s son). But don’t expect Jack to be a younger version of Lucifer — he might be half angel, but he’s also half human.
Warner Bros. fan-favorite drama Supernatural returns for its highly anticipated thirteenth season on Thursday October 12 (8/7c on The CW). As one of the longest-running television shows on air, the hit series starring Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins has cultivated a massive and devoted fanbase since its debut in 2005.… Read More
How did Supernatural pull off a surprise rock show in the middle of San Diego Comic-Con?
Ending the annual pop culture convention with a bang on Sunday, iconic rock band Kansas surprised more than 7,200 Supernatural diehards assembled in Hall H with a live performance of the show’s unofficial theme song, “Carry on Wayward Son.” With an impressive light show and screens spanning the entire length of the biggest room at Comic-Con showing highlights from the past 12 seasons of The CW’s longest-running series, the event was less like a panel and more like an arena rock concert.