Supernatural Anatomy- An Exclusive With Jeffrey Dean Morgan

May 15, 2006

With his charming, humble demeanor, it’s easy to see why millions of TV viewers are falling for the 40-year-old Morgan.  Splitting his time between Los Angeles and Vancouver, when both shows are in production, Morgan doesn’t get much time for rest and relaxation.  Even so, he still took time out of his insane schedule to talk with MediaBlvd. Magazine.Read More

Jared Padalecki (Sam Winchester)

May 13, 2006

 Full Name: Jared Tristan Padalecki
Dath of Birth: July 19, 1982
Place of Birth: San Antonio, Texas, USA

Height: 6’4″ (1.95m)
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Blue-green

Father: Gerald (Gerry)
Mother: Sharon (Sherri)
Siblings: Jeff and Megan.

High School: “James Madison”, San Antonio, Texas.

Born and raised in Texas, Jared Padalecki was well on his way to Hollywood when he won Fox TV’s 1999 “Claim to Fame Contest” which landed him a trip to Los Angeles as a trophy presenter at the Teen Choice Awards. While presenting at the awards show, he caught the attention of a talent manager and a year later moved to Los Angeles after graduating from high school to pursue his acting career.

Padalecki made his debut with a minor role as Matt Nelson in the film A Little Inside. Shortly afterward, he was cast in The WB’s hit series Gilmore Girls as Dean Forrester, Rory Gilmore’s (Alexis Bledel) boyfriend. His recurring role as Dean catapulted him into the limelight as he captivated audiences around the world with his undeniable charm.

Fast becoming a household name, Padalecki appeared as a guest star on ER and landed various roles in TV films such as Silent Witness, Closer to Home and A Ring of Endless Light.… Read More

Jensen Ackles (Dean Winchester)

May 13, 2006

 Full Name: Jensen Ross Ackles
Dath of Birth: March 1, 1978
Place of Birth: Dallas, Texas, USA

Height: 6' (1.83m)
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Hazel/Green

Father: Alan Roger
Mother: Donna Joan
Siblings: Joshua and Mackenzie

Elementary School: "Dartmouth", Richardson, Texas.
Junior High School: "Apollo", Richardson, Texas.
High School: "L. V. Berkner", Richardson, Texas.

Born and raised in Texas, Jensen Ackles moved to Los Angeles right after high school. Already guest-starring in Wishbone and Sweet Valley High, his first real role was on NBC's comedy Mr. Rhodes, which lasted 18 episodes.

Ackles guest-starred on 7th Heaven and Cybill before getting the role of Eric Brady in NBC's soap opera Days of Our Lives, for which he was nominated three times on the Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series and won the Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Male Newcomer.

In 2001 he co-starred in the mini-series Blonde, opposite Poppy Montgomery, Patricia Richardson, Patrick Dempsey, Ann-Margret and Kirstie Alley.

His guest-star appearance as Ben (X5-493) in Fox's hit series Dark Angel won him the unforgettable role of Alec (X5-494) in the series' second season. After the show was cancelled, Ackles found himself in a recurring role in the sixth season of The WB's hit series Dawson's Creek as C.J.,… Read More

Welcome to

May 13, 2006

Welcome to, the new fansite bringing you up to date news and information about the WB show, Supernatural! If you have any questions or comments please contact us.… Read More

Another Poll!

May 5, 2006

You can now vote on Poll: If you could save one show in danger of cancellation on the WB/CW, what would it be?

According to, Supernatural seems to be on the 'Safe' list, along with Gilmore Girls and Smallville (click here for more info).… Read More

Devil’s Trap Review

May 4, 2006

By John Keegan

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Season finales can be a tricky thing, especially when there’s no prevailing indication that the series will be renewed. The writers need to bring the season arc to a relative close while preparing for the possibility of a season to follow. In this case, the challenge may have been more than the writers and producers were capable of handling.

Actually, the first three acts of the episode were a logical extension of the previous episode. As obvious as it was, I never picked up on the idea that Meg was actually a human being possessed by a demon. Just that little piece of information is enough to make sense of some of the season arc elements. It also points to the most obvious direction for a final confrontation.

Like the previous episode, Meg wasn’t nearly as annoying as she’s been in the past. The exorcism scene was a nice touch, because it allowed Dean to show the darker side of his personality. Dean is right to be concerned about his lack of remorse for causing the deaths of human beings. He was already seeing himself above and beyond normal human society, and this would be a big step towards becoming the very thing he hunts.

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