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'Supernatural' spin-off: Watch the first trailer for 'Bloodlines' here -- EXCLUSIVE

After nine months of anticipation, Supernatural fans will finally get to feast their eyes on the show’s spin-off, Supernatural: Bloodlines, next Tuesday. And we have the exclusive first promo.

In this short sneak peek at the show, airing as a backdoor pilot, we get our first look at Skins alum Lucien Laviscount as Ennis Ross, a police academy trainee whose fiancée is killed in the crossfire of a monster war. Per the official description, Ennis will cross paths with the Winchesters after the brothers head to Chicago on a case and soon learn of the mafia-esque monster families running the underbelly of the city.

In describing the show to EW back in January, executive producer Jeremy Carver said, “We’ve created a world that feels like the Supernatural world yet has so much more story to be told that doesn’t trample on the mother ship’s terrain. You’ve got two shows that are going to be able to exist in total harmony, I think.”

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'Supernatural': Misha Collins on his directorial debut, Crowley testing Dean, the war in heaven, more

Last week’s Supernatural ended with a “sobered up” Crowley realizing that his life was in danger. As a result, he stole the First Blade from the Winchester brothers. Pair that with the return of Abaddon this week — not to mention Dean finally realizing the effects of the Mark of Cain — and an end-of-season, danger-is-imminent feeling is slowly creeping in. For now, though, we’re trying to stay calm and take things one week at a time — which is why we talked with Misha Collins about what comes next.

Collins, who makes his directorial debut with tonight’s episode, wasn’t able to promise us a Castiel appearance — not even a cameo! He did, however, talk about the brothers’ dilemma, what Crowley is up to, and what we can expect from Cas in future episodes. Here’s what we learned:

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'Supernatural' star Jensen Ackles on forgiveness, the internal effects of the Mark of Cain: 'Dean's putting on blinders and taking steroids'

Last we saw of the handsome Winchester brothers, things were … complicated. Let’s just say that Supernatural‘s ninth season is full of battles: Sam’s inner battle, Dean’s inner battle, the brothers’ battle with each other, the battle in hell, and the brewing battle in heaven, to name a few. So as we head into the end of the season, what can we expect from our favorite hunters, their angelic sidekick, and a blood-addicted demon?

For starters, Tuesday night’s episode focuses around the search for The First Blade, aka the weapon that pairs with the Mark of Cain to kill Abaddon. But do we want Dean to find the blade considering we’re yet to see the consequences we know come with the Mark of Cain? We’re not so sure, which is why we caught up with Jensen Ackles to talk about the end of the season, Dean’s dilemma, and all things pertaining to that pesky (but kind of badass) Mark of Cain:

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'Pretty Little Liars' star Bryce Johnson cast in 'Supernatural' spin-off pilot

Bryce Johnson, best-known as Detective Darren Wilden on ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars, has been cast in the Supernatural spin-off, Supernatural: Bloodlines, EW has confirmed.

There are no details on Johnson’s role, but the actor did tweet about a quasi-PLL reunion, as he joins PLL alums and spin-off stars Sean Faris and Nathaniel Buzolic for the pilot currently filming in Vancouver.

Bloodlines centers around Violet (Melissa Roxburgh), a member of the werewolf pack and her forbidden love for family rival David (Buzulic). The series is described as a “sweeping drama about the various mafia-esque monster families that, unknowingly to humans, run the underbelly of Chicago and who are being tracked by a newly minted hunter who’s trying to stop them and rid Chicago of anything or anyone supernatural.”

The spin-off pilot will air as part of the regular Supernatural season on CW.

'Supernatural' spinoff changes title: Which do you like best?

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Supernatural spinoff double scoop! You know how The CW’s new Supernatural series is called Tribes? Forget about that. The official title is now Supernatural: Bloodlines. Also, the show has cast actress Melissa Roxburgh in a series regular role to play Violet, a member of the werewolf pack. We’re told “Violet hides her true nature because of her forbidden love for family rival David (Nathaniel Bozulic), but when cornered, her inner wolf breaks free.”

Roxburgh was previously seen playing Blake in a couple episodes on The CW’s Arrow, and was even once in a Supernatural episode in 2012 as Lila Taylor, a love interest for Chronos. The Supernatural spinoff pilot will air as part of the regular CW series later this season. It’s described as a “sweeping drama about the various mafia-esque monster families that, unknowingly to humans, run the underbelly of Chicago and who are being tracked by a newly minted Hunter who’s trying to stop them and rid Chicago of anything or anyone supernatural.”

But the Supernatural name change does lend itself to a question: Which title do you like better? Take our poll: READ FULL STORY

'Supernatural: Tribes' enlists (another!) 'Vampire Diaries' alum

The upcoming Supernatural spin-off continues to pluck talent from the vast Vampire Diaries alumni files.

The latest? Stephen Martines, who has been tapped for a series regular spot on Supernatural: Tribes and most recently played ultra-violent vamp Frederick (a.k.a.: Pearl’s tomb buddy) on TVD in seasons 1 and 3. Martines will play Det. Freddie Costa, a world-weary Chicago cop who serves as a mentor to main character Ennis (Lucien Laviscount) but is also secretly on the payroll of one of the city’s most powerful monster families.

As previously reported, the spin-off, which will air as an episode of Supernatural on April 29, will tell the story of warring Chicago-area monster families and follow a new hunter’s (Laviscount) quest to stop the fighting and rid the city of all things supernatural.

Martinez joins fellow TVD alums Nathaniel Buzolic and Sean Faris in the project.

The studio also announced today that Danielle Savre, who played one of Hayden Panettiere’s cheerleader buddies in Heroes, has been cast in the series regular role of Margo The character is said to be the head of an influential shapeshifter family.

CW's 'Labyrinth' miniseries gets a premiere date; season finales for 'Vampire Diaries,' 'Supernatural' also set

The CW’s summer season will kick off with the premiere of the network’s four-hour miniseries Labyrinth. The miniseries, which stars John Hurt and Jessica Brown-Findlay, will air over two nights: May 22 and 23 (8-10 p.m. ET).

Announced back in January, the miniseries — an adaption of the Kate Mosse best-seller — will jump back and forth between modern and medieval France to show the lives of two women who, despite being separated by centuries, are united in their search for the Holy Grail. Sebastian Stan, Tom Felton, and Vanessa Kirby also star.

CW also announced the season-finale dates for its existing series Supernatural, Vampire Diaries, Arrow, and The Originals, all of which recently scored early renewals. Those dates are listed below: READ FULL STORY

'Supernatural' boss talks Castiel's 'consequence', God, and the spin-off

Supernatural‘s mid-season finale left us with our jaws on the floor and tears in our eyes — if only we looked as pretty as Dean does when he cries, amirite? In case you need a reminder, things ended with a not-so-friendly Gadreel taking off in Sam’s body, but not before he killed our favorite prophet Kevin Tran (Osric Chau).

When we spoke with executive producer Jeremy Carver immediately following the event, he explained the decision to lose Kevin as well as what comes next for Dean. But what’s next for Castiel? And what’s happening with the spin-off? We caught up with Carver once again to follow-up on some of his answers, as well as get some more information about the second half of season 9:

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'Supernatural' boss on mid-season shocker, what comes next

The end of the first half of Supernatural’s impressive ninth season ended with a shocker that sent fans of the series into a state of shock — the death of beloved nerdy prophet Kevin Tran (Osric Chau).

With the mid-season break now in full swing (the show returns Jan. 14), we spoke with executive producer Jeremy Carver about Tran’s sad departure and his plans for the second half of the season for a recent edition of Spoiler Room in Entertainment Weekly. Below is our full chat, presented as a special edition of the online column: READ FULL STORY

'Sleepy Hollow,' 'How I Met Your Mother,' 'Revolution,' 'Supernatural': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Heaps of HIMYM scoop, Sleepy questions answered, and the next phase of Revolution — all that and more in this all-new Spoiler Room!

Send questions for my next installment to: spoilerroom@ew.com
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'Castle,' 'Sleepy Hollow,' 'Justified,' 'Supernatural,' 'Glee': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Does Castle have a plan of action? Who’s Justified‘s big bad this season? Is Supernatural getting a Psych visit? These questions and more are answered in this week’s Spoiler Room!

Send all follow-up Qs and scoop requests to spoilerroom@ew.com.
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'Bones' scoop: Richard Schiff and McKayla Maroney tapped for guest spots -- EXCLUSIVE

Newly hitched Bones and Booth are going to find themselves in the company of a a former (fictional) White House staffer and an Olympic gold medalist in an upcoming episode of Bones.

EW has learned exclusively that Richard Schiff and McKayla Maroney have been tapped for guest spots. Schiff (West Wing) will play Leon Watters, described as the “Dr. Brennan of theoretical physics.” Per the storyline, Brennan sees shades of herself in the detached Watters, whose daughter’s death will be the investigation at the center of the episode, and she is quick to recognize that Watters is burying himself in his work to cope with his loss.
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'Supernatural' boss: Consequences of Dean's decision will lead to 'hilarious,' 'heartbreaking' moments

Supernatural dropped a bomb on fans in last week’s season premiere by dropping an angel in Sam.

If you missed the episode, you can read our recap here. But if you’re interested in what comes next, you’re in the right place.

Below, executive producer Jeremy Carver talks — as much as he can — about the next steps for the boys and previews moments both “hilarious” and “heartbreaking.”
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