BURBANK, CA (May 30, 2017) – The Winchester family business adds a little more family in Season Twelve! Continue the thrilling and terrifying journey with the Winchester brothers when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases Supernatural: The Complete Twelfth Season on Blu-ray and DVD on September 5, 2017. The set contains all 23 gripping episodes from Season Twelve and is packed with over four hours of bonus content – including 3 Mythology featurettes, commentaries, the show’s packed Comic-Con panel, deleted scenes and a priceless gag reel. Supernatural: The Complete Twelfth Season is priced to own at $49.99 SRP on DVD and $54.97 SRP on Blu-ray including a Digital Copy.… Read More
Supernatural‘s season 12 finale left the fate of many characters up in the air, but for Castiel and Crowley, their fates were sealed… or so it seemed. Despite the fact that Lucifer stabbed Castiel with an angel blade, actor Misha Collins has said that there is a future for his character, which isn’t too shocking considering the show’s history with bringing people back. However, for Crowley, it’s looking like his death could stick.
Mark Sheppard will not return to the CW drama as a series regular for Season 13, TVLine has confirmed.
Jared Padalecki is “really excited” to have a baby girl — daughter Odette Elliott, who was born in March — after having two boys.
“It’s a really cool experience, and I’m really excited for her to grow and hopefully have a Daddy’s girl,” the Supernatural star, 34, tells PEOPLE.
Castiel is no stranger to death. One of the perks of being an angel means God can bring you back, you know, if He feels like it. And despite the fact that Lucifer took an angel blade to Castiel in Supernatural‘s season 12 finale, it won’t come as much of a surprise that the show hasn’t seen the last of Cas, at least not according to actor Misha Collins.
Supernatural has always been a fan of pushing boundaries, whether we’re talking about making fun of itself, breaking the fourth wall, or even featuring cartoons in episodes. But in season 13, the show is doing something it’s never done before: An animated episode.