"Apple has debuted the official theatrical trailer for Michael J. Weithorn's A Little Help, an indie comedy starring Jenna Fischer. The cast also includes Chris O'Donnell, Rob Benedict, Daniel Yelsky, Kim Coates, Brooke Smith, Lesley Ann Warren and Ron Leibman."
"When Mitch Pileggi’s Samuel Campbell was brought back into Supernatural season sixth, tons of fans rejoiced, LA TV Insider Examiner included. The patriarch of the Campbell family who at least one of the Winchester boys had just gotten to know had been stripped from the story so quickly (and in true Supernatural fashion, so violently) that it was exciting to see what they’d do now that they’d found a way to bring him back from the dead. Unfortunately, though, once he was there he was shrouded in such mystery they didn’t get to do a whole lot with him. And once the fans learned of how he got there, many (again LA TV Insider Examiner included) felt the character was done a disservice. But for Pileggi, the chance to head back up to Vancouver, a town he spent almost a decade in for another little genre series (The X-Files), was welcomed nonetheless, especially because of the crew."
"There's big news in the 'Supernatural' realm: Misha Collins, who plays the angel Castiel, won't be a series regular in season 7 of the CW show. 'Supernatural' executive producer and showrunner Sera Gamble told TV Line's Vlada Gelman that though there will be angelic story lines next season, they'll be more 'self-enclosed.'"
"Love it or hate it, the season finale of the CW's Supernatural, with its showdown between the Winchester brothers and the angel Castiel, has brought season 6 to a close. Already the speculation about Supernatural season 7 is rampant: What does being a god mean for Castiel? Can Dean forgive him for what he did to Sam? Why is Misha Collins not listed as a regular for season 7?
There will be plenty of time for fans to mull things over before Supernatural returns on Friday evenings in the fall. In the meanwhile, here are three Supernatural-related stocks to consider as well."
The two hour season finale of Supernatural finished with a 0.8 adults 18-49 rating, down 20% versus its last original one hour episode two weeks ago.
The first hour had a 0.8 rating with 2.06 million viewers. The second hour had a 0.8 rating with 2.21 million viewers.
Supernatural was pre-empted in Chicago and won't be shown until May 22.
"Brace yourself, Supernatural fans (as if Friday night’s finale didn’t already rob you of most every breath): Though his alter ego now is a bigger force than ever to be reckoned with, Misha Collins will not be returning to the CW series as a regular next season, TVLine has learned."
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