With the ninth season of The CW’s Supernatural premiering Oct. 8, the network is rolling out all kinds of news and announcements from a love interest for Castiel to new clips and key art.
Supernatural producers Jeremy Carver and Robert Singer reveal more details about the planned spinoff series, which will feature a new, and larger, cast of characters, as well as appearances by Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki.
The CW plans to spin off its long-running drama Supernatural, beginning with a backdoor pilot airing next spring that introduces the characters and Chicago setting.
The CW unveiled a fall schedule that will see breakout drama Arrow remain in its Wednesday spot while Supernatural shifts to Tuesdays, were it will lead in to the Vampire Diaries spinoff The Originals.
The CW has announced that Misha Collins, who has played the angel Castiel on Supernatural since the Season 4 premiere, will return as a series regular in the ninth season.
Spinoff Online speaks with Supernatural writers Adam Glass, Daniel Loflin, Andrew Dabb, Robbie Thompson and Jenny Klein about the current current season of the long-running drama, and what lies ahead for brothers Sam and Dean Winchester.
With the eighth season of Supernatural premiering tonight on The CW, executive producers Jeremy Carver and Robert Singer discuss what viewers can expect as the Winchester brothers reunite and set out on a new mission to close the Gates of Hell.
It’s that time again: When all of our favorite shows come back from their summer hiatus, and you suddenly remember that the majority of them had cliffhangers that you remember very little about. While Google undoubtedly thanks you for the business, it has to be said: Is television doing it wrong?
The CW has released the first trailer for the eighth season of Supernatural, revealing a new mission for Sam and Dean Winchester: to close the Gates of Hell. The series returns Oct. 3.