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For Supernatural fans, the Mark of Cain has never been worse (or better, depending on how you look at it) than the moment it turned Dean into a demon in the season-nine finale. But despite Dean making it back to his normal, human self, the Mark is still around, and fans haven’t seen the last of its supernatural effects.
When we left the Winchester brothers in 2014, Dean had just murdered an entire house full of normal humans. Sure, they were despicable humans, but as fans of the show know, the Winchesters hunt “things,” not people. But thanks to the Mark of Cain, Dean’s rage has grown past the point of differentiating between what is right and wrong. So will human Dean end up being darker than Demon Dean ever was?
The CW is firming up its midseason schedule. The network announced return dates for several series, such as The Flash and Supernatural, as well as the series premiere date for iZombie.
The plans include shifting Supernatural to a new night (again!), as the ultra-veteran drama series heads to Wednesdays, where it will now be paired with Arrow. (Supernatural was paired with The Flash on Tuesdays this fall.) Instead, new series iZombie, starring Rose McIver as an undead med student, will get a Flash lead-in starting March 17. But post-apocalyptic Rapture drama The Messengers is getting a far less secure perch, launching at 9 p.m. on Friday nights starting April 10.
The CW already brought back midseason series Hart of Dixie early to Mondays last month. Not on the below list: Perpetually beleaguered Beauty and the Beast, which will join The CW’s schedule in late season or, more likely, summer. Here are the latest dates:
Supernatural‘s Winchester brothers have officially been “saving people, hunting things” for 200 episodes … and season 10 isn’t even halfway over. But after taking a break from some of the season-long drama last week to celebrate the show’s milestone, it’s time to get back in the swing of things. EW chatted with stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles about the season so far and what lies ahead.
Move over, Hollywood, the much chillier Vancouver, Canada, has become a hot shooting spot, thanks to its tax breaks and unique ability to stand in for everything from sleepy Maine towns to superhero metropolises (even if its outdoor locales prove tricky in keeping secrets from fans). I suited up for a whopping eight set visits in four days to find out what makes Vancouver and the actors who call it their (temporary) home so special. (Feel free to play a drinking game with the words “rain” and “cold.” I dare you.)
For 10 years, Supernatural has given us countless scares, brother moments, life-or-death situations, and now … a musical? For the show’s 200th hour, Sam and Dean find themselves in the middle of an all-female play based on Carver Edlund’s books, a.k.a. their life.
Other than that, we don’t know much about the 200th episode, except that it will feature a rendition of “Carry On My Wayward Son” and potentially has only three male characters (two of whom are Winchesters).
So in preparation for the mysterious hour, we ranked all 199 Supernatural episodes, and now, EW has an exclusive sneak peek that goes behind the scenes of the musical(ish) episode. Watch it below to get a deeper look at some of the songs and female cast members, along with commentary from those involved, including Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki.
Supernatural‘s 10th season kicked off with an hour full of karaoke, mystery, at least one kidnapping, and then some more karaoke. By the end of it, Sam’s hunt for Dean was halted, and Dean had left his karaoke mic behind to escape his brother’s grasp. But what happened to Sam’s shoulder? And what is Crowley’s master plan?
We chatted with showrunner Jeremy Carver to talk about the events of the premiere, what’s next, and this year’s introduction of witch Rowena:
Heading into Supernatural‘s 10th season, showrunner Jeremy Carver has teased that this year’s mythology will be “very, very personal” for all of our favorite characters. But before we can get to that chapter, we have to deal with all things Demon Dean.
From the promos, we know that Demon Dean is a fan of strip clubs, karaoke, and porn. But how does he feel about his younger brother—and what is Sam willing to do to find him? We talked with Jensen Ackles about playing the Deanmon and what comes next. You know, after all the evil.
I still remember the first time a spoiler truly failed me. It was the season 3 finale of The O.C., and I had read that someone was going to die. Everything I found online pointed to Sandy Cohen having a heart attack. The rumors crushed me to read—but after weeks of preparation, I was ready to try and come to terms with it. But as I sat on my couch, two minutes before the finale was scheduled to end, I realized that Sandy was nowhere to be seen. Instead, the show was focused on a car containing Ryan and Marissa. I started to panic. Sure enough, the spoiler had led me astray: Marissa died, and my favorite couple was torn apart. I’ll never let that go.
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