For TV director John MacCarthy, the series Supernatural is more than just another gig in the province’s booming production sector. It’s the sole gig he says has paid for his house.
MacCarthy has been associated with the Warner Brothers series for a decade, but the show has been around longer than that. Supernatural, about a pair of brothers roaming the United States to fight demons, monsters and other hazards of the paranormal, is now in its 12th season of production in British Columbia.
And there’s no end in sight.
This past August, you might have noticed some offbeat people doing some offbeat things, like milking a cow in formal wear, or playing badminton in the middle of a shopping mall. But these events seemed perfectly normal to the 30,000 people in the world’s biggest scavenger hunt aimed at charity. It’s called GISHWHES: The Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen. David Pogue, of Yahoo Tech, tagged along with one group participating in the competition organized by Misha Collins.
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